For more information on the role, please contact: Chloe Hornsby
Telephone: 01453 820940
Location: Ryeford Court, Stonehouse
Do you love being organised? Are you an effective communicator? If so, we want to hear from you!
Hft is a national charity that’s been supporting people with learning disabilities since 1962. We put the people we support at the centre of everything we do and use our experience to work in partnership with them to provide personalised services to more than 2500 people across the UK.
About the role
We are looking for an organised and efficient individual who would enjoy a varied administration role. Working as part of a busy and really friendly team, you will assist in a range of tasks including data entry, invoicing, administration and handling a wide range of telephone calls. You may also assist with some HR and finance tasks.
With experience of working in administration, you will need the ability to prioritise a busy work schedule and meet set deadlines. Effective communication skills are essential to deal with incoming telephone calls and a wide range of internetal and external queries that arise.
You will be involved in a wide range of administrative tasks which requires excellent organisational abilities. The role involves regular use of Word, Excel, Outlook and databases, so excellent IT skills are essential. Efficient minute taking skills and experience in petty cash handling would be desirable.
With Investors in People and Skills for Care accreditation we are committed to investing in our staff teams so that they can support others to live the best life possible. So if you are looking for a new challenge, are passionate about admin and keen to work in the not-for-profit sector, join us and help us to transform lives.
Interview dates: 01/12/20 & 02/12/20
STRICTLY NO AGENCIES PLEASE
Hft's usual terms and conditions apply.
Hft is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. As a Disability Confident Employer, Hft is helping to ensure that disabled people have the same opportunities to fulfil their potential and realise their aspirations that people without disabilities do.
Successful applicants will need to undertake an enhanced disclosure check against the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). Having a criminal record may not bar you from employment.