Are you a talented Office Team Administrator or are you striving to be one? Can you demonstrate that you have experience of supporting a team and dealing with a wide range of administrative tasks and IT queries? If so then you could be perfect for my client, a Research Charity based in London.
This is a 2-month temp role with the possibility to be extended and to start ASAP. 3 days a week in the office near Barbican Station (EC1A)
The Role: In this Office Team Administrator role you'll report to the Information and System Officer. Specific tasks include:
The Candidate: To be considered for the Office Team Administrator role you will need to possess experience of working in a customer focused role with strong administrative skills.
Additionally, it's crucial that you possess the following:
We are recruiting for a Temp Communications Assistant for a Homeless Charity.
Location: 3 days in the office near Kennington Underground Station (SE11)
Duration: 3-month temp role with the possibility to be extended.
We are seeking an experienced Communications Assistant to join our client, they are a dedicated organisation committed to social justice and providing support to individuals experiencing homelessness.
The dynamic Communications and PR department is in need of an enthusiastic, confident, and highly organized self-starter who can assist the team in promoting our diverse range of initiatives.
As a Communications Assistant, you will be the primary contact for journalists and contribute to the creation of news stories and digital content. Each day presents new and exciting challenges within this fast-paced and rewarding role.
The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications:
We are recruiting for a Fundraising Administrator for an NHS Trust.
Location: 3 days in the office near Wembley Park Station (North London) (HA9) or 2 days in Wembley Park and 1 day near Kings Cross Station (N1)
Duration: 3-month temp role, part-time (21 hours per week)
We are seeking an Fundraising Administrator who will be responsible for providing administrative and operational support to the whole fundraising team.
Charity Talent are delighted to be working with The Ben Kinsella Trust as they look to appoint a driven and passionate Programmes Officer.
The Ben Kinsella Trust is a UK charity founded in response to the murder of Ben Kinsella in 2008. Its mission is to educate young people about the dangers of knife crime and help them make positive choices to stay safe. The charity provides workshops and online resources to change attitudes towards knife crime and strengthen peer values. Over 20,000 young people have participated in its Choices and Consequences Exhibitions, and its online resources have benefited over 10,000 young people in the past year. The charity is small but has established itself as a leading anti-knife crime organization, using its position to campaign against factors contributing to increasing knife crime.
Are you a talented Youth Programmes Officer, or are you striving to be one? Can you demonstrate that you can deliver The Ben Kinsella Trust programmes to a very high standard? If so, then you could be perfect for our client. We are looking for an education or youth work professional.
Key points about the role:
Specific tasks include:
The job requires a candidate with experience in delivering education or training to young people, especially those with diverse backgrounds, managing challenging behaviour, and coordinating multiple tasks. Administrative skills and knowledge of online systems are necessary. Designing educational programmes are desirable. The candidate must possess the ability to educate young people and work in a team while representing the Trust positively. Knowledge of knife crime and/or youth violence in London and facilitation/teaching techniques are also essential.
We look forward to hearing from you!