Working for Us : Project Support Officer

LimeCulture Community Interest Company (CIC) is an international sexual violence and safeguarding organisation based in the UK. Our vision is to improve the professional response to sexual violence and safeguarding by working with frontline professionals and their organisations.

We achieve our vision embracing our core values in everything we do:

  • Learning: we develop and deliver high quality training and resources for professionals
  • Innovation: we are at the forefront of identifying emerging themes and are instrumental
    in creating change
  • Management: we support leaders to design, provide and evaluate world-class services
  • Excellence: we strive to enhance quality in everything we do

Our 2019-22 Strategy is an ambitious one, as we aim to maintain our footprint in the Sexual Violence Sector, grow our reputation in the University and Higher Education Institutions and Safeguarding in Sport Sectors as well as growing our front-line prevention training services in Safeguarding in Sport.

We have an exciting opportunity to recruit a Project Support Officer, reporting to the Joint CEO and working closely with our Programme Manager integral to helping us achieve our strategy.

The main responsibility of the Project Support Officer, is to support the delivery of our consultancy services which underpin three of our strategic priorities in LimeCulture’s three-year strategic plan. The Project Support Officer will be tasked with helping to deliver the projects that we are contracted to undertake as part of our consultancy services. In detail the Project Support Officer will be required to undertake the following:


  • Maintain good relationships between LimeCulture and our clients in relation to projects
  •  Liaise with key stakeholders to ensure effective engagement is key to our projects, including organising and scheduling interviews and focus groups where required
  • Support the management of the full life-cycle of contracted projects, including developing and maintaining project plans, maintaining risk registers and identifying any mitigating actions required to keep projects on track
  • Support the development and distribution of surveys and other safe ways to engage victim/survivor and professional input to our projects
  •  Support the Programme Manager to obtain and analyse prevalence, service level data and
    relevant key performance indicators
  • Input to drafting final reports, including identification of good practice, areas for
    improvement/development and key recommendations
  • Support the evaluation and review of relevant service provision through oversight and maintenance of schedules, project plans and budget restrictions
  • Working closely with the Programme Manager to support aspects of delivery in a range of different projects as required
  • Assist with the writing and input to tenders and bids
  • Assist with any other administrative tasks required to ensure the successful delivery of
    our work
  •  Support activities across the organisation including working across other areas of the
    business when necessary
  • Support in the delivery of the organisation’s social media and marketing activity

Download full details including a  job description and person specification (PDF 200KB) 

Applications are invited by midnight on 26th September 2019 in the form of a cover letter and your current CV to