How to apply
The MND Association have an exciting opportunity for an administrator to join our vibrant Volunteering Team in Northampton.
About the role
You will be providing a first-class administration service to our volunteers, whilst supporting and enabling the Volunteering Team to achieve both the volunteering and Association strategies.
This role will see you providing information and guidance to our volunteers, dealing with enquiries and a being involved with the administration of our projects.
What are we looking for?
You will be an experienced administrator that is able to organise, plan and prioritise workloads with demonstrable knowledge of working with databases with the ability to process data accurately and consistently.
This is a busy role, collaborating with different parts of the Association and with our volunteers, so it is vital you possess strong communication skills both verbally and in writing and can provide strong and empathetic customer service skills.
This role may see you working occasional unsociable hours during the evening and weekends if and when required.
How to apply?
We would love to hear from you.
If this sounds like the perfect opportunity for you, apply online now.
The MND Association was founded in 1979. Our mission is to improve care and support for people with MND, their families and carers. We also fund and promote research that leads to new understanding and treatments and brings us closer to a cure for MND. The Association also campaigns and raises awareness so the needs of people with MND, and everyone who cares for them, are recognised and addressed by wider society.
Please submit your application as soon as possible; due to the high volumes of applications we receive, and we reserve the right to close any adverts before the closing date once we have received sufficient applications.
Please note, from late 2019, our National Office will be relocating to new premises within Northampton.
At the MND Association we are committed to equalities and value diversity. We are working hard to remove perceived and actual barriers to participation by people with and affected by MND, current and future staff and volunteers and stakeholders.