Help us grow the Living Wage movement in Scotland!
We’re excited to share a maternity cover opportunity in the Living Wage Scotland team at the Poverty Alliance to help us expand our employer engagement activities and increase our impact.
Secondments can also be considered.
Living Wage Scotland was established in April 2014 by the Poverty Alliance with the aim of increasing the number of employers in Scotland who are recognised for paying their staff the real Living Wage. It is a partnership with Living Wage Foundation, with the Scottish Government as a key funder.
The high-profile campaign has been hugely successful in accrediting more than 3400 Living Wage employers in Scotland, who have delivered pay uplifts to the real Living Wage to more than 64,000 workers. £485 million in extra wages has gone to low-paid workers in Scotland since the campaign began.
The Living Wage Accreditation Officer will play a crucial role in retaining and growing the number of Living Wage accredited employers in Scotland and supporting employers to enhance their participation with Living Wage Scotland activities and projects, including Living Hours accreditation.
We are seeking someone with experience in employer or business engagement with excellent communication and persuasion skills, and a proactive approach to collaboration. The Living Wage Accreditation Officer will work in a small team to engage with employers in a range of sectors and industries across Scotland to recognise the social value and business benefits of the real Living Wage and Living Hours.
Closing date for applications is 12pm on Thursday 15th February 2024.
Interviews will be held in Glasgow on Friday 23rd February 2024
For more information, job descriptions and application form please visit povertyalliance.org/about-us/recruitment
Enquiries relating to the role should be directed to the Living Wage Scotland Manager: email@example.com
To apply for the post please complete and return the application and equal opportunities form to firstname.lastname@example.org
CVs will not be accepted.
The Poverty Alliance aims to be an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from any person who can demonstrate that they meet the requirements for the post, and we are happy to discuss flexible working arrangements. Please note that the Poverty Alliance has a legal duty to ensure those employed have the right to work and remain in the UK, the successful candidate will be required to confirm their eligibility prior to appointment.