Prosper
Prosper

Charity registered in Scotland SC000000

We believe (and evidence clearly demonstrates) that shared knowledge and experience is a hugely effective way to support micro and small businesses, social enterprises, charities and public sector organisations to work better, and smarter. It’s well known that low productivity continues to hold Scotland’s economy back, and that the numerous challenges of recent times have presented many unforeseen obstacles to progress.

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Peer Works Digital and Events Coordinator

  • Part time
  • £26,000 – £29,715 pro-rata
  • Hybrid (work from Glasgow office 2 days per week) (Hybrid)
  • Closing 12th April 2024

About Peer Works

Peer Works helps plug a gap in Scotland’s productivity and business efficiency by providing a platform for people who want to learn how to do things better and smarter in their business or organisation.

With over 2,500 members, our regional monthly learning sessions help businesses to power up their productivity. And it’s all completely free for members.

Peer Works (formally Productivity Club Scotland) was launched in 2019 by Prosper (Scottish Council for Development and Industry) and is run in partnership with the Scottish Government.

Working for Us – Benefits

  • Friendly, inclusive environment and with the flexibility of a hybrid model of working (mix of home and office)
  • Generous holiday allowance of 36 days (plus 3 days for Festive closing)
  • Cycle to work Scheme
  • Defined contribution scheme provision – we contribute twice the employee contribution to a maximum of 10%.
  • Life Cover x 4 salary

The Role

We are looking for a creative and proactive Digital and Events Coordinator to join our small and friendly team. You will support the Programme Manager to successfully deliver and promote the Peer Works programme. Excellent organisational and communication skills are essential to ensure that our busy events calendar is coordinated and promoted effectively. You will also be responsible for creating engaging content for Peer Work’s online platforms and communications to promote the events and wider impact of Peer Works.

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