Administrator

Posted 30 March by Magpie Recruitment Easy Apply

Our client is a charity based in North London and they have a rewarding opportunity for a part time Administrator to join their friendly team.

  • Provide a reception function and initial point of contact
  • Deal with enquiries, correspondence and administration via telephone, email and post
  • Develop and maintain office manual and electronic filing systems including HR records for recruitment, annual leave and sickness.
  • Arrange meetings (both internal and external), and book venues, and attend and take minutes as required.
  • Manage office diary.
  • Assist with administration for conferences, meetings and events and attend as required
  • Manage the ordering of office stationery and other supplies
  • Ensure office equipment is maintained.
  • Frank and take post to the post office.
  • Make travel arrangements for staff and Trustees.
  • Database entry.
  • Attend supervisions and staff meetings as required
  • Undertake professional development and training as required
  • Monitor and proactively seek ways of improving systems and procedures to ensure efficiency, user friendliness and maximum impact
  • In all areas of work ensure that due attention is given to compliance with company policy and the law regarding issues such as health and safety, confidentiality, data protection and risk management
  • Undertake other reasonable duties as required.

Person Specification:

Essential:

  • Previous office experience required.
  • Ability to work on own initiative and under supervision
  • Excellent written and verbal English, and numerate. Educated to GCSE (or equivalent) standard including English and Maths
  • Strong interpersonal skills, a good team player.
  • Competent in Microsoft Office applications, especially Word and Excel
  • Commitment to working with people
  • Knowledge and understanding of the barriers faced by people with a disability.
  • Ability to take a sympathetic and patient approach when dealing with our Friends (members).
  • Able to develop professional and effective relationships with colleagues and supporters.
  • Systematic approach, with good attention to detail.
  • Ability to manage workload, learn new skills and work to deadlines
  • Commitment to equal opportunities
  • Support for the ethical use of animals in medical research and human embryonic stem cell research
  • Willingness to undertake training as required

Reference: 34528707

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