22.5 hours per week
(to be worked on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays)
Salary: £18,933 per annum pro rata (NJC SCP4)
York Carers Centre is an independent charity that helps unpaid carers in York find the support they need. We are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic, experienced, highly organised Receptionist/Admin Assistant to manage our busy reception. The successful candidate will provide a warm, friendly welcome and a professional confidential service to carers and visitors both in person and over the telephone.
This is a varied and challenging role which involves providing a listening ear to carers in need. The post holder will possess excellent communication and customer care skills with a confident and empathetic approach towards carers. They will have an ability to work under pressure and prioritise own workload. It is expected that the candidate will offer support to carers through a range of communications; providing information, signposting/referring to other services, alongside handling enquiries and ensuring messages and referrals are passed to the team in a timely and effective manner.
This is a multi-skilled role involving reception and general administrative duties and we are looking for a team player with a “can do” approach, excellent IT skills and high levels of attention to detail and accuracy. Some flexibility will be required to work additional hours from time to time.
We offer a supportive working environment with learning and development opportunities, 29 days holiday per year plus public holidays, reduced pro rata, and a contributory pension scheme.
The post is subject to an enhanced DBS check
Deadline date for applications: Tuesday 29 June 2021
Interviews will be held via zoom on Monday 12 July 2021
We are committed to equal opportunities for all and would especially welcome applications from people with BAME backgrounds.
To apply: see the below application documents and application form.
|Receptionist/Admin Assistant - Application pack - June 2021||09/06/2021||3.81 MB||Download|
|Equal Opportunities Statement||16/06/2021||95.7 KB||Download|