Join the team at GOLDSMITHS COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION. We work with our partners to provide safe, welcoming opportunities for local people to come together, be active, and take part in shaping community life and culture. We support people to live their best healthy, creative and meaningful lives, and this applies to our staff too. We will do our best to support you to develop and reach your potential. Our work includes
Offering and supporting projects and programmes that benefit the health and wellbeing of our local community
Ensuring that community voice matters; encouraging active and meaningful participation in community life
Providing a welcoming, safe and supportive environment as diversity and inclusion champions
Improving access to information, social engagement and support services
Encouraging local partnerships that respond positively to the diverse needs of the community
Could you be our new Senior Duty Manager?
We are looking for an efficient, organised and flexible Senior Duty Manager to lead on operational tasks at Goldsmiths Community Centre. The centre is used for a full range of health, leisure and learning opportunities and services for local communities. As Senior Duty Manager you will lead a small team to ensure consistent standard of safety and cleanliness and a high standard of customer service to all centre users. The post offers an opportunity to extend the impact of the community centre by supporting the development of new and varied bookings and events.
Job title: Senior Duty Manager Location: Goldsmiths Community Centre, Castillon Road, SE6 1QD Part-time: 30 hours per week, including evenings and weekends. Pay: £14 per hour
Interested? Please complete the application form to tell us more about yourself, why you would like to work with us and how you meet the requirements of the role. Submit your application by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will close the application window for the Senior Duty Manager role on 2nd July 2023 and interviews will be held w/c 10th July at the Community Centre.
Become a Trustee @ Goldsmiths Community Centre
Along with other Trustees;
To ensure the charity is carrying out its purposes for the public benefit.
To comply with the charity’s governing document and the law.
To act in the charity’s best interests and manage the charity’s resources responsibly.
To ensure the charity is accountable.
To develop and promote best practice in terms of governance.
To safeguard and promote the vales and mission of the charity.
To determine the overall direction and development of the charity through clear strategic planning and business planning.
To maintain sound financial management of the charity’s resources, ensuring expenditure is in line with the organisation’s objects, that investment activities meet accepted standards, that effective internal controls and risk management procedures are in place.
To ensure that a fully effective and appropriate system is in place for the recruitment, appointment and monitoring of the work and activities of staff.
To ensure the effective and efficient administration of the charity and its resources, striving for best practice in good governance.
Time Commitment The board meets monthly either virtually or at Goldsmiths Community Centre, Catford.
Application process We welcome all interested candidates to have an informal conversation with the Chair or Treasurer. To apply, please email email@example.com with a CV and a brief statement of intent, outlining why this opportunity is of interest to you. We intend to keep applications open until we find suitable candidates.