Based in its beautiful Georgian offices a stone’s throw from Putney Bridge tube station, the staff of GL RFCA are Crown Servants headed up by a diverse workforce of civilians, reservists and ex-regulars. The organisation is also responsible for over 30 staff who work directly supporting 14,000 Cadets in four London sectors.
We employ specialists in estate management, working with young people, employer and community engagement, commercial lettings, communications, and administrative support. As a small, diverse team we have plenty of opportunities to support colleagues working outside our area of expertise with the opportunity to learn new skills.
We also get to work with and for thousands of London's brilliant Reservists and fantastic Cadets.
We are looking for an excellent communicator with strong leadership and interpersonal skills to lead our dynamic and motivated team.
Closing date: COB Monday 11 February 2019
The Chief Executive is a Crown Servant and a full-time civilian employee of the Reserve Forces’ and Cadets’ Association for Greater London (GL RFCA). The role of the Chief Executive is to implement the policies of the elected Officers of the Association in accordance with regulations and instructions issued by Defence Council through the Council of RFCA (CRFCA) and the objectives of the CRFCA Corporate Management Plan. To direct and coordinate the activities of the employed staff to achieving these objectives.
Main activities/key tasks:
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Grade: E1 Department: Secretariat
Responsible to: Head of Support Services
Closing date: Thursday 14 February 2019 and interviews for retained candidates will take place on Thursday 21 February 2019.
A key team member, the Communications Support Officer is the first point of contact within Fulham House and manages the Association web and social media presence. The role also provides support to the Events team.
The ideal candidate will have a communications background with experience of web site management and social media content generation for business as well as excellent communication, interpersonal, presentational and strong IT skills.
Intermediate Computer Literacy including Microsoft Office applications.
Have good communication, numeric and interpersonal skills.
Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team;
Experience generating social media content for a corporate/professional account
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Submit applications to Head of Support Services via email at email@example.com or post to Reserve Forces’ and Cadets’ Association for Greater London, Fulham House, 87 Fulham High Street, London SW6 3JS.