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Age UK Waltham Forest
£10.45 per hour
As part of our plan for continued growth we are recruiting for an experienced administrator to join our busy Befriending Team
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London, Greater London
£10.45 per hour
Contract, Part-time
Job description

We are seeking an experienced administrator to support our Befriending Team.

Tasks will include

  • Ensuring records are maintained via the regular collection of data and updating of the database, spreadsheets and files for both volunteers and clients .
  • Answering the telephone, taking messages and recording appropriate and relevant information
  • Responding to new referrals, setting up “New Client” files, updating existing client files, providing feedback to referrers.
  • Undertaking all necessary administration associated with closing down cases and volunteers leaving.
  • Covering the reception desk, receiving deliveries and post, meeting and greeting visitors to The Hub in a polite and friendly manner and liaising with staff when necessary .
  • Inputting Client information and statistical information accurately
  • Supporting the Befriending Manager and Co-Ordinator with any other general admin duties such as photocopying, franking any outgoing mail and other tasks as required.

Successful candidates will have a good understanding of the needs and issues affecting the independence of older people.

Please note - applications are via our completed application form only we do not accept CVs. No approaches from recruitment agencies please.

More about Age UK Waltham Forest
Age UK Waltham Forest

Age UK Waltham Forest is an independent local, user-led charity supporting older people in the London Borough of Waltham Forest. In 2018-2019 o... Read more

Posted on: 15 September 2020
Closing date: 02 October 2020
Tags: Admin,Project Management

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