The Salvation Army is one of the UK’s most inspiring and best-known faith-based organisations. Currently, we’re looking for a well-organised yet flexible Contracts Administrator to join our Social Work Trust and provide vital administrative support to its Contract Management team.
The Trust is the Prime Contractor for the Adult Victims of Modern Slavery Care and Coordination Services Contract. The Contract Management Team’s aim is to ensure we provide a diverse range of quality support services to all identified adult victims of Modern Slavery in England and Wales. Your challenge will be to help us make sure we provide a high quality service, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. As well as acting as first point of contact for all visitors and general enquiries, you’ll coordinate meetings, input data, undertake quality assurance duties, manage the accuracy of management information and get involved in lots of other important activities too.
The successful candidate will need an NVQ Level 2 – 5; GCSE A*-C, or equivalent experience in a related field, with good levels of literacy and numeracy and strong oral and written communication skills. You will have intermediate computer skills, in particular Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. In addition you will have:
- The ability to make decisions against specified criteria and handle confidential information appropriately
- Good attention to detail and a high degree of accuracy
- A flair for prioritising competing demands and work with minimum direction and supervision, plus the ability to remain calm under pressure
- A willingness to work flexible hours and travel within England and Wales when required
Benefits: 25 days annual leave + bank holidays; a contributory pension scheme; season ticket loan; Childcare Voucher Scheme; an employee assistance programme.
Appointment subject to satisfactory references, proof of right to work in the UK and an enhanced DBS Check will be required.
Closing date: 15th December 2019
CVs will not be accepted
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