Job Vacancy: Administrator (Part Time)

Post: Administrator

Role: To provide administrative and clerical support to the Leeds Children’s Charity, Chairman, and Board of Trustees

Responsible to: The Chairman and Board of Trustees

Working hours: 20 hours per week

Salary: £8 per hour

Location: Leeds Children’s Charity, 6-8 York Place, Leeds, LS1 2DS

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • To provide word processing and data processing service for the charity
  • To provide administrative and clerical duties to the charity, chairman, and board of trustees
  • To follow health and safety regulations at all times and to work in a safe environment for both yourself and others

Personal Specification/Essential Requirements:

  • To have good communication skills
  • To have knowledge of Word Office, Excel, Powerpoint, and database systems
  • To be able to work positively as a member of a team and be reliable when working with young people and colleagues
  • To have patience, flexibility, and resilience with an ability to be firm as well as sympathetic towards the needs of young people
  • To have good timekeeping skills and reliability in order to respect the working hours of other team members

Job Description:

  • To deal with incoming and outgoing correspondence
  • To attend trustee meetings and to deal with agenda, minutes and supporting documentation
  • To deal with administrative and clerical tasks
  • To deal with applications for holiday places
  • To maintain records in line with data protection in respect of applications for holiday places
  • To liaise with schools and supporting organisations in respect of applications and referrals

To take on any other tasks as requested by the Chairman and Trustees as appropriate

Interested applicants are to send a brief covering letter along with their CV to info@leedschildrenscharity.org.uk


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