EDUCATION & EMPLOYERS CHARITY
Job Description Job Title: Team administrator (Part-time 0.4 FTE) Reports to: Office Services Manager Location: Quantum House, 22 – 24 Red Lion Court, Fleet Street, London, EC4A 3EB. Open to flexibility on location provided able to attend offices in London on a regular basis. Purpose: The Team administrator will work to ensure the smooth running of the office and the charity’s programmes, taking responsibility for the IT equipment and logistics of the work, including arranging interviews and travel; supporting and maintaining information systems and documentation; managing basic electronic mailbox and distribute / action requests accordingly. Remuneration: £21k – £25k per annum pro-rata Additional Terms: 30 days paid holiday pro rata, exclusive of Statutory Holiday plus competitive pension scheme and a volunteering allowance of up to 5 days. Additional family friendly benefits including enhancements to Statutory Payments. Appointment Terms: Permanent role Key Responsibilities:Supporting the Office Services Manager with office activities.Building / utility management – undertake office facilities management including: security access, office maintenance matters and liaising with the reception and cleanersOrganisation of office infrastructure / IT resources and telecommunications support for all office equipmentResponsible for all front of house duties i.e., receiving visitors for meetings, providing refreshments and assisting with their pre-meeting requirements on the day, liaising with building management receptionResolve queries and concerns efficiently and effectivelyWorking in collaboration with the Office Services Manager to support with HR, Finance, and office management core duties.Working with the charity’s online HR and expenses systems, recording absences, organising DBS checks, and supporting with company credit card reconciliationExecute credit card disbursements by verifying requisitionsAssist with the coding of finance documentation as necessarySupport the Office Service Manager with the monthly pay run processesSupport logistic activities and projects e.g. support any office relocation, despatching and receiving couriering activities, etc.Troubleshoot digital technology queries and booking repairs for ICT equipmentProcessing all incoming and outgoing mail (including the despatch of programme related materials to volunteers where necessary) and maintain post logArranging appointments and interviews, booking meeting rooms, travel, courier, and other facilitiesKeeping the office well stocked and organised with the necessary stationary, refreshments, and furnitureCarry out all associated administrative duties including filing, scanning, and archivingRepresent the Charity at stakeholder eventsTake on additional ad hoc task according with charity projects and activitiesTeam Administrator Position RequirementsYou will need to have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in an administration role.Candidates must have excellent customer service skills, be confident and have a polite telephone manner.Advanced knowledge in the use of Microsoft Office especially Word and ExcelYou must have a strong ability to work to tight deadlines, be hard working, focussed and have strong attention to detail.Present a positive, professional image of the charity at all timesAccepts responsibility and takes ownership of their workWorks well under pressure, focused and results drivenStrong organisational abilitiesBe a quick learner who succeeds when multitaskingAdaptable and flexibleHigh level of discretionApplication process The Education and Employers charity values having a diverse workforce. We are committed to equality of opportunity and welcome applications from individuals from all backgrounds. We offer a range of inclusive employment and family friendly policies as well as flexible working arrangements in order to support staff from different backgrounds. The closing date for applications is 5pm on Tuesday 26th October, 2021.Interviews will take place online in the week beginning 1st November. Please send a covering letter and CV setting out your interest and suitability for the role. Please note we will only consider applications with both a CV and covering letter and applications will only be accepted from those with the right to work in the UK with a valid passport/visa. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be considered under any circumstances. The Charity is fully committed to safeguarding those in our care. We plan our recruitment processes to ensure effective timelines for any required vetting processes such as enhanced DBS, qualification, reference and identity checks. The Charity also ensures that each staff member is appropriately trained for their duties with a comprehensive induction process on commencement. About the Education and Employers charity Education and Employers is an independent UK based charity launched in 2009 with the vision of “providing children and young people with the inspiration, motivation, knowledge, skills and opportunities they need to help them achieve their potential”. It aims to achieve this by working with schools, employers, the national bodies that represent them and a wide range of other partners including the government and third sector organisations. The charity also works with partners internationally – more details here. The charity runs Inspiring the Future, a free service which uses innovative match-making technology to connect volunteers with state schools and colleges, quickly, simply and at scale. Schools can very easily search a massive database of willing volunteers, filter against a wide range of criteria – e.g. subject, sector, career route and send them a message. It enables young people, wherever they live, whichever school they attend, the opportunity to meet people from a wide range of backgrounds doing jobs from across the whole world of work. Nearly 65,000 people have already volunteered in the UK – people from all levels: apprentices to CEOs and all sectors: apps designers to zoologists and over 80% of English secondary schools have registered. People can volunteer from an hour a year in a local primary or secondary school to chat informally about their job and career route, take part in career speed networking session, give careers insights, provide mock interviews or feedback on CVs through to serving as a governor or trustee. There is also the opportunity to link up with schools for workplace visits, job shadowing and mentoring. Inspiring the Future operates on a technology platform kindly developed in partnership with Deloitte, Salesforce and Ordnance Survey. It allows the charity to run national campaigns such as Inspiring Women and others focused on specific geographic areas or economic sectors such as engineering, science, health and arts and culture. The campaigns have secured high profile support across government, business and teacher associations and ongoing corporate partnerships including our lead corporate partner Bank of America. In partnership with the National Association of Head Teachers the charity has developed a version for primary schools called Primary Futures and over 4,500 primaries have already signed up. To see a short clip on how it works please click here. All campaigns run through Inspiring the Future share a common objective: to broaden young people’s horizons, raise their aspirations and show them the range of opportunities and careers routes e.g. apprenticeships and university open to them. Over 2 million interactions between young people and volunteers from the world of work have already taken place. The charity runs Inspiring Governance the free governor recruitment and support service. This Department for Education funded service aims to get highly skilled volunteers to serve as governors in some of the most disadvantaged schools in England and in so doing help raise educational achievement. Since the Charity’s launch it has sought to understand what difference employer engagement in education makes to young people and the economy. It works with academics and researchers from around the world and its own research is regularly cited by government and international organisations like the OECD. The research, which has informed and influenced a range of government policies, shows that employer engagement helps improve social mobility, reduces the likelihood of young people becoming NEET (not in education, employment of training), increases the amount they earn in adult life, helps them make better informed career choices and leads to improvements in educational attainment.