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Access and Inclusion worker

Hours: 35 hours per week

Salary: £23,600 per annum

Line manager: GMCDP Manager (supported by Archives+ for specialist archives knowledge, and supported by Archive Lead on day-to-day basis)

Location: Central Library (primary location) and GMCDP office

Contract length: 2 years

Deadline for applications: 12 noon Wednesday 5th October 2022

Interviews to take place: TBC

As the Access and Inclusion worker you will be responsible for ensuring archive materials are transcribed into accessible formats, including large print, BSL, audio, Braille and easy read. You will work with the Archive Lead to establish priorities for transcription, and will apply GMCDP’s good practice guidelines for making material accessible, improve or build on these and work with Archives+ to develop resources which can be used across other archive collections. You will support Archive collections to become more accessible through co-delivering training and workshops alongside the wider GMCDP archive staff team.

Access and inclusion worker job description

Access and inclusion worker person specification

Access and inclusion worker application form

Equal opportunities monitoring form

Background to the GMCDP DPA archive


Membership Worker

Job title: Membership Worker

Hours: 14 hours per week

Working pattern: Flexible in line with the needs of the job

Salary: £23,600 per annum (pro rata)

Line manager: GMCDP Manager

Location: Remote/home working, occasional GMCDP office (Windrush Millennium Centre, Moss Side, M16 7WD)

Contract length: 5 years

Deadline for applications: 12 noon Thursday 6th October 2022

Interviews to take place: TBC

The primary role of the Membership Worker is to facilitate a strong and engaged membership. The membership worker will ensure this through developing and action an engagement and outreach plan, provide a structure for information and pathways for new members upon sign-up, running sessions and events with GMCDP colleagues, and acting as a liaison between the organisation and its members.

The Membership Worker will be expected to propose and implement membership recruitment strategies (in collaboration with Manager and Membership Sub Group). The Membership Worker will maintain an efficient membership administration on our CRM system, including updating the database, analysing and reporting on the membership evolution to the Manager. They will work with the Manager and administrator to develop and deliver processes and activities to achieve an effective membership renewal process and meet retention and recruitment targets for increased membership.

Membership worker job description
Membership worker person specification
Membership worker application form
Equal opportunities monitoring form