Kickstart Scheme - Administrator

Job summary

 

We are currently looking for an Administrator.  If you have good organisation skills, care about diversity, and have a passion to make a positive impact on people’s lives, then working as an Administrator with us will be the right role for you. As a UK Charity, promoting Diversity and Inclusion, it's important to us to deliver our mission enabling our team members to have a meaningful and enjoyable experience.

 

As an Administrator, you will:

 

  • Participate in Charity operation, records keeping and organisational tasks within projects 

  • Organise regular meetings with departments and staff

  • Maintain, update, organise Charity records

  • Check and reply to emails or forward them to the appropriate departments for follow up  

  • Handle students admission and perform record keeping 

  • Handle reports to management and Charity Commission

  • Liaise with internal and external clients related to project needs

  • Handle sensitive information with staff, students, and other organisations (including funders and governmental departments)  

  • Support other areas of the business, contributing to operational efficiency

  • Work as a part of a small, flexible team and contribute to the group and individual targets 

  • Be prepared to work remotely 

  • Be an excellent, confident, and persuasive communicator with people at all levels (written and oral, including public speaking and presentations) 

  • Have fun and enjoy 

Essential skills, experience, and qualifications

 

  • A team player who engages well with others

  • Strong communicator and influencer with excellent writing and oral communication skills 

  • Energetic, self-disciplined, and hardworking

  • Attention to detail and strong organisational skills

  • Knowledgeable about able to handle confidential and sensitive information

  • Flexible and able to adapt to change

  • A “glass half full person”, with a sense of humour and a positive attitude

Word, Excel, PowerPoint proficiency 

 

 

 

Hours per week

25 hours per week

Working pattern

 

Preferably 9:30 am to 2:30 pm Monday to Friday,

But Flexible working hours offered, as long as 25 hours per week are covered.

For Flexible working patterns, please state clearly your preference in your application’s cover letter.

Hourly rate of pay

 

National minimum wage

Employability support

 

The trainee will be allocated to our HR and Operations Team to undertake the administration of all projects.

 

The trainee will be mentored by our experienced Project Directors who are senior managers at international corporations, and experienced department heads who work at our charity.

 

We will provide initial 1-week training for the successful candidate to ensure they have the skills that needed for the job, these will include: how to use Microsoft Office tools, other systems in use, processes, and procedures

 

Job Training throughout the employment for any ad hoc task, and ongoing projects needs

 

A periodic review with the line manager will be carried out to provide an opportunity for feedback on performance and training needed.

 

Trainees will be provided with the opportunity to expand their network and get invaluable communication experience.

 

We can offer to coach on CV writing, interview skills and how to maintain professional profile; provide support with their career development.

*Send your CV and cover letter.