Pro rata £19,305 (Living Wage, next increase in April 2022)
16 hours per week, pattern to be negotiated
The Well Women Centre is delighted to have been awarded funding from The National Lottery Community Fund which will allow us to grow, develop and enhance our casework service over the next 3 years. This project, Positive Impact Plus (PIP), will support women in Wakefield with multiple and complex needs and will enhance our ability to promote partnership working and the efficacy of multi-disciplinary care.
We are recruiting an Administrator to support the PIPs project, Casework Team and other centre services. The Administrator will be supported by the Operations Team Leader, our wider operations team and the whole centre service leads and practitioners. This role offers an opportunity to someone who is excellent at providing a high level of customer care and has good attention to detail. In this role you will carry out some reception duties; including welcoming clients to the centre and other office duties.
What we can offer you:
We are a caring, supportive all women centre. As a centre we pride ourselves in ensuring staff wellbeing is prioritised and offer opportunities for continued professional development.
WWC has over 35 years of experience and is respected in the district. We are passionate about women having quality wellbeing, support and mental health services. WWC offer staff an employee pension scheme, monthly external clinical supervision, internal group supervision, health insurance with Sovereign Health Care, ongoing CPD, wellbeing sessions, generous annual leave allowance and funded training opportunities.
To apply for this vacancy please download the application pack below, and return via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications: Monday 31st January 2022, 9am
Interviews: Week commencing 14th February 2022
Please note that this role is subject to an enhanced DBS check and it is a genuine occupational qualification that a females takes on this role, and the post is exempt under section 7 (2) (e) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975