Partner Support Officer

The Women Organisation is a social enterprise that has for over a quarter of a century been driving the transformation of the business support eco system to effectively support women who are starting and growing their own businesses in the Northwest of England, wider UK and across the globe. We are continually developing an innovative portfolio of professional business advice, learning, seminars, workshops, accredited training, incubation, and consultancy services to help our clients meet their business ambitions in a rapidly changing world.

Our people are our greatest asset. We are currently expanding our diverse team of creative, ambitious, and talented people with a range of skills, knowledge, and aptitudes to meet our clients’ needs, both culturally and commercially. Come join a social business on to mission to build a more diverse, inclusive, and sustainable economy and world.


Job Title: Partner Support Officer

Salary Scale: £22,000 to £26,000 (dependent on experience)


Is this you? 

Can you produce accurate work to deadlines, supporting existing and new partners deliver their projects in a compliant way?

Do you know your stuff and how to share it so others can understand stuff too?

Can you support partner team members to be confident and capable to meet their project objectives?

Are you able to communicate effectively, verbally and through your written work, with stakeholders at all levels?

If the answer is yes, we may be a match.

The ideal candidate will have excellent attention to detail and will be able to demonstrate great communication, IT (specifically excel), organisational and administrative skills. We are looking for a new team member who can work in a positive and constructive way with

How do I apply?

If you are interested in applying and would like more information about this role, please download the full application pack below or contact our team via

The closing date is 12pm Thursday 5th August 2021.

The Women’s Organisation is an equal opportunities employer, and we welcome applications from all sections of the community particularly disabled women and women from black and minority ethnic communities.

This post is part funded by European Structural and Investment Funds