Reward And Recognition Administrator Jobs in Newcastle
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Scope is a disability equality charity in England and Wales. Together we are Disability Gamechangers. We work to a society where all disabled people enjoy equality and fairness. We campaign tirelessly for everyday equality for disabled people.
The New Goods team is responsible for bought in product for our physical retail shops and online store. This role provides support for the purchasing and administration of bought in stock at a time of rapid growth as we extend the variety of the product we offer.
Fixed term, up to 12 months, 35 hours per week
Location: Remote, with occasional travel to our Manchester Hub, London HQ Here East office or our shops nationwide.
The main responsibility of this role is:
- To manage administrative duties for bought in stock, maintaining accurate stock levels to enable us to make the best decisions to support sales growth.
- To be the ‘go to’ person for other teams across Scope as well as external partners for queries regarding stock, payments and product information.
For more information about the role’s responsibilities, and the skills and experience required please use the link to go to the full job description.
You will be or have the following skills:
- Able to communicate calmly and clearly, with patience and empathy.
- Good attention to detail
- Experienced in a retail office or purchasing office would be advantageous but we can train.
- Experienced in Microsoft office.
- You’ll be as passionate as we are about supporting disabled people into work through our artist and makers partnerships
- Self-motivated, this is a fully remote team so you’ll need to be able to work alone (although you may choose to work in one of our offices).
- Comfortable with predefined process and data inputting
Please make sure you explain in your application, with examples, how you can meet these important skills.
We ask you to show an appreciation of Scope’s values and our ambition of everyday equality for disabled people.
Our values - pioneering, courageous, connected, open, fair
By living our values and trusting each other, we empower our colleagues to make decisions. By giving our colleagues freedom and space to spark creativity for innovation, we can push boundaries, change mindsets and be empowered to change the game with grit and determination and a sense of urgency.
We are a disability equality charity. We encourage applications from disabled people and people with impairments, conditions, and access needs. We want to create a workforce that is a true reflection of the communities we serve.
Scope will interview all disabled candidates who meet the essential criteria for the post. This is part of our commitment as a Disability Confident Leader. Just let us know in your application that you are applying under the Offer an Interview Scheme. This was previously known as the Guaranteed Interview Scheme.
Some applicants might need adjustments during the application process. If you require adjustments through your journey with us you can find out more about interview adjustments on the Scope website.
Equality, diversity and inclusion
At the heart of everything we do at Scope is Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion.
We want everyone to feel like they belong. We value each person as an individual. We will treat everyone with dignity and respect and we want to recognise all parts of a person's identity.
We are a disability equality charity. So, we will build a culture that is accessible and inclusive first. We will aim for the same high standards in all our work. We will listen, learn and keep improving.
You can find out more about our approach to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion on the Scope website.
We believe hard work deserves reward and recognition. We offer a wide range of benefits including:
- 27 days holiday plus Bank Holidays
- Flexible, hybrid and remote working options
- Pay progression at 6 months and 2 years
- Company pension
- Excellent training and career development
- Strong colleague networks across disability, race and LGBTQ+
- Discounted gym membership, cycle to work scheme and much more.
If you want to make a difference and become a Disability Gamechanger, we'd love to hear from you. Apply Today!
Please note that successful candidates will be subject to a DBS check.
Please note applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and interviews may take place and an appointment be made before the closing date. Early applications are therefore encouraged.
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