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Be part of the team which delivers change within the Muslim charity sector, apply to our vacancy below.

Job Title: Operations Coordinator

Location: London/Waterloo SE1 (currently home-based due to COVID-19)

Salary: £25,000 (Full time)

Background
The Muslim Charities Forum (MCF) is the UK network for British Muslim charities working for social good in the UK and internationally. Through our network, we aim to collectively build a more accountable, transparent and efficient British Muslim charitable sector, in order to improve our ability—both as individual organisations and as a sector—to contribute to a more just and sustainable world. Along with our member organisations, we work with a wider network of partners that includes non-member NGOs, regulatory bodies, civil society partners and the academia.

Job Purpose
MCF has a very small team but our impact is far-reaching. The Operations Coordinator has an important role in ensuring the smooth operations of MCF’s day to day activities, reporting and working directly with the CEO.

This is an exciting role in overseeing a range of activities, it will be best suited to someone with a diverse skill set, who is well organised and adaptable to a fast-paced office. The role requires the ability to respond to the evolving needs of our members and is a vital part of the MCF team, contributing to transforming the Muslim charity sector nationally.

The post holder will be the first point of contact for the organisation with regular communication with MCF members, media contacts, suppliers and other stakeholders. This role oversees the planning and delivery of the MCF’s innovative and inspiring events, which include; workshops, seminars, training and MCF’s Annual General Meeting.

The Operations Coordinator is responsible for office functions including; Health & Safety, Finance, HR and GDPR requirements. The post holder will also organise internal and external meetings, including preparing reports and documentation for quarterly Board of Trustees meetings.

You will be passionate about creating change in the Muslim Charity sector, agreeing to and abiding by our aims and objectives and working in line with our ethical principles. You will become the central go-to person within a small team, working with other skilled and talented colleagues within the sector. You will uphold a high degree of confidentiality as the role is privy to sensitive discussions and sharing of confidential information.

This role provides a unique opportunity to understand how Muslim and other NGO’s of different sizes operate in the UK and internationally and to contribute by being part of a team which supports charities to become more impactful, accountable and transparent.

Download the full job description and person specification here.

Start Date: 3rd September 2020

Application deadline: 15th August 2020 or sooner if a suitable applicant is found

Interviews: Interviews will be arranged from 10th August in order to fill the position as soon as possible.

If you are confident that you meet the above requirements, please send your CV and a cover letter outlining how you meet the person specification above to info@muslimcharitiesforum.org.uk

No agencies, please.