Do you want to use your administration and business skills to work in a fulfilling role where you can help us support vulnerable communities across the globe to access the healthcare they need through the delivery of medical aid? We are looking for someone organised and numerate who enjoys supporting others and is comfortable with multi-tasking across a broad range of tasks. You will need to be motivated by your Christian faith and want to be part of helping us run an efficient and effective charity.
International Health Partners (IHP) supports people in hard-to-reach, vulnerable and disaster-hit communities to get the medicines they need, by coordinating the safe and responsible donation of long-dated medical products. We work with our strong network of global healthcare, logistics and NGO partners, to source and send treatments to where they are needed most, to help prevent the needless suffering caused by a lack of access to healthcare. Our work is needed now more than ever. The global outbreak of COVID-19 has further highlighted the urgent need for improving access to medicines and for strengthening health systems.
The Business Operations Administrator is a new role, due to expanding activity, and will provide a range of support across finance, HR, governance, business performance, and office management. Typical tasks might include updating financial records and data, maintaining HR records and resources, coordinating staff events, ensuring office systems and equipment are working well, and facilitating team meetings. The Business Operations Administrator will help with business reports and indicators, as well as supporting organisation wide projects. You will be joining our 19 strong staff team and be largely based in our London office.
We are looking for someone who really enjoys administration, is self-motivated, efficient, has an excellent eye for detail, and wants to learn and contribute to a great team. We can offer you a rewarding and varied role. In the last two years, IHP has sent over ten million treatments to vulnerable communities around the world including places such as Yemen, South Sudan and Haiti.
Please view the full job description and person specification for more details about the role including how to apply. We welcome applicants who can offer part-time (21 hours min) or full time hours.
IHP is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Staff regularly spend time together praying for IHP’s work and there is an occupational requirement for the post holder to have a personal commitment to the Christian faith. Please make it clear in the application how you meet this requirement.
We offer excellent benefits including a company pension scheme and a generous holiday entitlement.
To apply, please submit your CV and covering letter (letter to be no more than 2 A4 sides) explaining how you meet the person specification. Applications without a separate covering letter will not be considered.
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