Vacancy – Senior Administrator

Sadly our current Senior Administrator is moving on at the end of July. We are looking for an equally experienced and talented person for this position. This job is full on as well as and varied and fun! If you love people and systems in equal measures, you will love working for us.

We are looking for a dynamic, friendly, experienced Administrator to support our small office and our team of incredibly committed people who have only one goal: to share the joy of cycling with people who are least likely to cycle.  We are looking for someone who loves making others’ work as easy and efficient as possible. You will need experience in setting up HR admin and Finance admin systems, working with databases and confidently liaising with IT support suppliers.

  • You will work closely with our Cycling Session Managers, providing administrative support in all aspects of cycling session staffing (monthly casual staff and volunteer rotas, timesheets), ensuring the quality of our session records (on our online database), enabling us to provide quality data to our funders. You will liaise with cycling venues and partner organisations to ensure all is safely organised in advance of any cycling sessions.
  • You will be the first point of contact for disabled people and their supporters looking for information about our cycling sessions or cycling in general.
  • You will provide support across the organisation, supporting our director by providing HR administration, liaising with our IT support provider, assisting with finance administration, producing regular monitoring and evaluation data reports, managing our contacts database, disseminating Marketing, Communications and Fundraising materials and generally ensuring the smooth running of our office.
Based at our office in Brixton

Hours: 25 per week
Salary: £27,905 pro rata (incl. London Weighting)
Closing date: 12noon on Friday 14th July, 2017

We plan to hold interviews in Brixton on Wednesday 26th July, 2017

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