An exciting opportunity has become available for a temporary, part time administrator to support the Birmingham Cruse branch with a specific grant managed by Birmingham City Council Public Health team.
The role will require someone with excellent administrative skills, compassionate telephone manner and an ability to multi-task. It requires someone with experience in managing and updating a database, corresponding with a variety of stakeholders, and providing the Birmingham team with the administrative support to expand “Understanding your Bereavement” sessions to local, underrepresented groups.
The candidate must be able to work at least one late shift (until 8pm) per week, and the occasional Saturday morning shift. It will also be expected that the successful candidate will attend at least 15 hours Continuous Professional Development Training per year, with training often held on a Saturday.
Key duties will include
- General administrative tasks
- Database management
- Correspondence with stakeholders
- Arranging zoom meetings- and the management of zoom invitations
- Potential Volunteer support within an office setting
- Supporting the local team to report on the Key Performance Indicators
- Supporting the local team with Trust funding applications
If you are interested in applying for the role, please send your CV and a covering letter explaining why you should be considered for the post.
Interviews will take place on week commencing the 13th December 2021, via zoom.
Please be advised that if you do not hear from us by Friday 24th December, unfortunately on this occasion you have not been shortlisted.
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