Working at The Reader Organisation: Is It For You?Posted: July 16, 2013
Interested? please do come and find out more…
To register your free place, please email
Michelle Barrett: email@example.com
Tuesday 23rd July 2013, 1.30pm-4.15pm
The George Fox Room, Friends House, 173 Euston Road, London, NW1 2BJ
The Reader Organisation is a unique place to work and having the right staff is crucial to our success. That’s why we’re always on the look out for new talent, and why we’re inviting you to come along to meet some of our staff, and find out more about what we do and what it’s like working here.
In light of recent funding for work in south and west London there will be a number of job opportunities in London over the coming months. We’ll be looking for a diverse range of people to fill a variety of roles including Get Into Reading Project Workers, a Literary Learning Coordinator, and roles working with children and young people. So, if you like what you see and hear on the day you’ll be able to fill in an application form then, and leave it with us for consideration when the vacancies arise.
We are a professional and flexible organisation, committed to our staff and beneficiaries. We expect our staff to work hard, and to be flexible and accom-modating to ensure that we get the job done. This means expecting the unex-pected, and sometimes means working outside of normal contracted hours and getting involved in out of hours activities and events.
We offer flexibility in return, along with an excellent holiday entitlement, re-warding work and a caring and supportive working environment. We want our staff to enjoy working here. We encourage a good work-life balance, and we don’t have a culture of clock watching or totting up hours worked and owed. It’s simply give and take on both parts. We are also an equal opportuni-ties employer, and we welcome applications from all suitably qualified people.
Flyer here: Reader Organisation Recruitment Day Flyer 2013