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At The Women’s Organisation, we know that the driving force behind our success is the hard work and dedication of our superb team. We’re always on the look out for new faces who can bring new experience and expertise to enhance our efforts. If you would like to help us out, there are lots of ways that you can get involved:

  • Work for us – see below for details of our latest vacancies and tender opportunities
  • Become an expert or associate – share your skills and business experience with our clients
  • Volunteer – help us to raise the essential funds we need to deliver our services
  • Join the board – add to the diversity and dedication of our board members
  • Offer a masterclass – if you have a specific skill that would help our women, pass it on at our Business Club or masterclass sessions.


Current Vacancies


Finance and Monitoring Administrator

£ 17,000- £20,000 per annum (depending on experience). 


The Women’s Organisation is an innovative, social enterprise that provides quality enterprise and employment services and influences policy in order to improve the economic position of women.


We are pleased to be expanding our team and are seeking to recruit a Finance and Monitoring Administrator to support the high-quality delivery of women’s economic development services throughout the Liverpool City Region and Greater Manchester.


If you have the relevant experience and skills to support a busy finance and monitoring team, willingness to learn and would like to work with an award winning women’s economic development organisation please follow the links below to download an application pack or contact our team via info@thewo.org.uk if you require assistance:


Why The Women’s Organisation?


The Women’s Organisation are a dynamic, growing and award winning social enterprise. As well as a commitment to our clients, we are committed to providing a stimulating working environment that allows our team to grow and develop. With that in mind we offer a number of additional employee benefits to our team including:

  • Structured and personalised learning and development plan
  • Flexible working practices
  • Employers pension contribution up to 3%
  • Access to Medicash scheme
  • Support to apply for a Costco card


Completed application should be returned FAO Lisa Sayonas, The Women’s Organisation, 54 St James Street, Liverpool, L1 0AB or via info@thewo.org.uk


Closing date for receipt of applications is 12 noon, Friday 10th January 2020. We anticipate scheduling interviews within a fortnight of the closing date.  


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.  



Tender or Partnership Opportunities

Funding consortia partners wanted for ESF Priority Axis 1 – Inclusive Labour Markets Opportunity.


The Women’s Organisation is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced organisations that are interested and will add value to an innovative consortia ready to respond to an ESF Priority Axis 1 – Inclusive Labour Markets. Investment Priority - 1.4 Active Inclusion in the Liverpool City Region.


Indicatively, through this call the Managing Authority expects to allocate approximately £4m ESF.  As an ESF funded programme there is a requirement that partners will need to co finance their projects up to 55%.


We are holding a Partnership Development Meeting at 54 St James Street, Liverpool at 14:00 – 16:00 on Wednesday 11th December 2019, if having reviewed the call you feel that you would like to explore the partnership opportunity please register your attendance by completing and email your Expression of Interest Form to programmesupport@thewo.org.uk using email header Inclusive Labour Markets 1 – Active Inclusion Expression of Interest to reach us by Friday  29th November 2019. 


Aim and Objectives

Priority Axis 1. Investment Priority: 1.4 Active Inclusion

  • To provide individuals from groups which face particular labour market disadvantage with additional support to promote equal opportunity so that they can compete effectively in the labour market.  These groups include:
  • people with learning difficulties and disabilities;
  • people with or recovering from mental health issues;
  • people without English and Maths, qualifications at Level 2;
  • people from black and ethnic minority backgrounds;
  • people returning to the labour market following parental or caring responsibilities; and
  • people with experience of the care system.


The specific aim of this priority axis is to support participants’ progression into the labour market, allowing them to achieve equality of opportunity.   Projects must deliver additional, innovative and more intensive provision that meets the needs of specific groups of people (e.g. those with disabilities, ethnic minorities, and experience of the care system) and local labour markets.


Examples of potential support include:

  • Basic skills and ESOL training
  • Support for those who need pre-traineeship and pre-work programme assistance, to prepare them for the next step
  • Support complementing other skills provision, such as crosscutting and 21st century skills, including team working, effective communication, problem solving, critical thinking and self-direction
  • Money management support and advice and financial literacy programmes in order to address deep seated debt issues which make moving from benefit into work more challenging
  • Volunteering and training opportunities (as a pathway back to work) for marginalised individuals / groups / communities.
  • local ‘Community Grant’ type activity to support small scale voluntary sector activity which can be crucial to reaching out to these groups;
  • first contact engagement activities (for example, arranging events in places that people feel comfortable to visit);
  • local networks and groups to support people to get a job or access learning (for example, Job Clubs or Learning Champion type activity) to provide people with a safe environment and peer support;
  • softer skills development (for example, assertiveness, anger management and motivation);
  • volunteering, which is recognised in general terms as a good way to re-engage those furthest from the labour market.

Download EOI Form here. 

Click here for more information. 

Interested in joining our team?

More than twice as many men than women are self employed: 14% of men, 6% of women.
source: Fawcett - The changing labour market
Women in full-time work currently earn an average of 15% less per hour than men
source: Fawcett - The changing labour market
"I think you should take your job seriously, but not yourself, that is the best combination"
source: Dame Judi Dench
In 2010, 104 million women in 59 countries started and managed new business ventures
source: GEM 2010 - Women's Report
30,000 women every year lose their jobs as a result of becoming pregnant.
source: GEM 2010 - Women's Report
"The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don't have any"
source: Alice Walker


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