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QProjects Summer opportunities

See our current opportunities below - the deadline for all of these is Wednesday 30th May and you are invited to apply for up to 3 roles - click here to apply.

Rosetta Arts - Marketing Project Leader [PDF 171KB] (x 2 roles)

This role is perfect for anybody looking to gain marketing and writing experience in the arts and heritage sectors. You'll take a lead in developing a marketing strategy for Rosetta Arts and its exhibition space, the Humble Gallery, as well as supporting various art projects in Newham and in the Olympic Park. The ideal candidate would have excellent presentation, communication and interpersonal skills.

(Interview: 12/06/2018)

Sheila McKechnie Foundation – Market Research Project Leader [PDF 171KB]

Looking to pursue a career in international development, global affairs or campaigning? The Sheila McKechnie Foundation helps people and organisations effect positive and lasting social change – whether in their local community or right across the globe, by teaching and supporting campaigning work. They are seeking a student with strong research skills to undertake a dynamic role in Market Research.

(Interview: 15/06/18)

Cystic Fibrosis Trust – Research and Policy Project Leader [PDF 175KB]

Would you thrive on the opportunity to shape Government policy and improve the support available for those with the genetic condition Cystic Fibrosis? Cystic Fibrosis Trust is the UK’s only charity dedicated to fighting for a life unlimited for everyone living with cystic fibrosis. Based at its head office in the heart of Aldgate, this fantastic role sits within the Policy team, conducting research and contributing to a policy report on disability benefits, aimed at high level stakeholders across Government and parliament.

(Interview: 11/06/18)

Newham New Deal Partnership – Historical Research Project Leader [PDF 98KB]

Do you have a passion for Economic and Social History, particularly 20th Century History? Newham New Deal Partnership is seeking a Researcher to work on their Heritage Lottery-funded project, Discovering Stratford Village 1890-1990: Working lives, Working Community. The ideal candidate would be motivated by exploring archive and oral history collections and transforming these into narratives.

(Interview: 13/06/18)

Newham New Deal Partnership – Digital Heritage Project Leader [PDF 86KB]

Would you thrive on the opportunity to bring 20th Century History to life through digital platforms? Newham New Deal Partnership is seeking a creative and research-orientated individual to work on the development of a walking app, as part of its Heritage Lottery-funded project, Discovering Stratford Village 1890-1990: Working lives, Working Community. The Digital Heritage Project leader would curate and upload available research material from archives and oral histories.

(Interview: 13/06/18)

Tower Hamlets Education Business Partnership – Healthcare and Business Development Project Leader [PDF 85KB]

Are you interested in the field of Healthcare? Would you like to grow your confidence in leading on a project and approaching companies in the Health sector? The education charity, Tower Hamlets Education Business Partnership, is seeking a proactive individual who is empathetic to the needs of local college students trying to gain experience within the field of Healthcare. This is an excellent opportunity to be part of THEBP’s flagship programme Work Experience, which has already created 2000 work placements for Tower Hamlets college students. The Healthcare and Business Development Project Leader will take a lead on developing links and creating roles in the Healthcare field.

(Interview 15/06/18)

Leaders in CommunityFundraising Project Leader [PDF 91KB] (x 2 roles)

Interested in a career in law, business, charities or the cultural sector? The Tower Hamlets youth charity, Leaders in Community, is offering a great opportunity in fundraising for two students. The successful candidates will gain a variety of relevant transferable skills around researching and putting together clear cases for funding and using problem solving to create a clear business strategy, with the support and guidance of a Fundraising consultant.

(Interview: 11/06/18)

East End Community Foundation – Data and Evaluation Project Leader [PDF 253KB]

East End Community Foundation is seeking an individual who can take a creative approach to evaluating data and has an understanding of the needs and political context of East London. The project leader will lead on a data gathering and evaluation project for two of EECF’s major projects; a toy exchange (donating second hand toys to families in need) and a Job shop (providing free employment advice to East London residents).

(Interview: 13/06/18)

Creative Support - Communications Project Leader [PDF 104KB]

Creative Support - a local charity that provides life-enhancing care and activities for vulnerable adults across 6 supported living units in Tower Hamlets - is looking for a keen marketer and writer to help improve their online profile and communications. You'll take the lead across online and print communications in order to develop local community links whilst gaining experience in social care and the third sector. Those with excellent written and verbal communication skills are encouraged to apply.

(Interview: 11/06/18)

Creative Support – Management and Support Project Leader [PDF 78KB]

Creative Support - a local charity that provides life-enhancing care and activities for vulnerable adults across 6 supported living units in Tower Hamlets – is seeking an individual who is keen to enhance their project management skills, through leading on a project to evaluate the needs and experiences of Creative Support’s volunteers. Working across multiple departments, the role will involve carrying out qualitative research, evaluating results, managing databases and suggesting improvements to the current volunteer programme.

(Interview: 12/06/18)

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