Kurdish and Middle Eastern Women's Organisation (KMEWO) is a specialist Women’s Organisation founded in 1999. It aims to improve the quality of lives of Black, Asian, Ethnic Minority and Refugee BAMER women, with a particular focus on women from the Kurdish, Middle Eastern and North African communities in the UK.
KMEWO is starting an exciting new educational project for BAMER women in London and are looking for enthusiastic and passionate women to join our team.
Women’s Learning for Work -Project’s Development Worker
Salary: £10,000 PA – for 14 hours per week
KMEWO would like a highly motivated, sociable and Bi-lingual individual to carry out the day to day development of Women Learning for work project. The successful candidate must be fluent in English and either Arabic or Kurdish (both is highly desirable) languages. It is essential that the successful candidate demonstrate a good understanding of the barriers and challenges faces women’s development and educational ambitions. Excellent team working skills is needed.
Women’s Learning for Work – Admin Worker
Salary: £9,000 PA – for 14 hours per week
KMEWO is looking for an experienced self-motivated individual to provide administrative support for this demanding project - Women Learning for Work. The successful candidate must be able to carry out high quality administrative tasks and be fully competent in the use of Microsoft Word, EXCEL and ACCESS. Because of the nature of our work the position is suitable only for women and will be based at our Archway Office.
HOW TO APPLY
Closing date for application for all positions: 5pm on Monday, 4th July 2016
Interviews will be held on Thursday 14th July 2016 at Caxton House Community Centre
For an application pack please email to email@example.com, specifying the job title when requesting applications pack.
Please do not send your CV.
KMEWO is an equal opportunity employer. These posts are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act, will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and open to women only (exempt under the Equality Act 2010).
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