Office Manager and Volunteer Coordinator – closing date 22 April 2018

Reading Refugee Support Group has gone through an exciting period of growth and expansion. We are seeking to bring in further expertise, skills and experience to underpin the organisation ensuring the smooth and professional day-to-day running of our busy office.

You will have at least one year’s experience of managing an office, preferably in a client-facing charity, or similar environment. You will have initiative, a sense of humour and enjoy being part of a team, with excellent organisational, communication and computer skills (MS Office, Office365, social media apps). You will have experience of general office duties including using a database, banking and petty cash control, and admin support for meetings. You will also be responsible for coordinating our volunteers, ensuring they are recruited, inducted and supported. Ideally you will have previous experience of working with volunteers, but this is not essential.

Overall you will share RRSG’s commitment to working with a very vulnerable client group and will be aware this can be a challenging environment at times. Excellent spoken and written English is essential to this post. Other languages may be of benefit. Attendance at management committee meetings may be required.

You will be working within a friendly and committed team.

Address Line 1
London Street
Town
Reading
Postcode
RG1 4PS
Contract type
Part time
Location
Central Reading
Salary
£18,070 pro rata
Contact
Nick Harborne Office Manager Volunteer Coordinator
Main contact telephone
0118 950 5356
How to apply

Please apply via our website: http://www.rrsg.org.uk/jobs-volunteering

Download the application form and equal opps monitoring form and return them to us by email: nick@rrsg.org.uk by midnight Sunday 22nd April 2018.

Please note: we do not accept CVs.

Open for applications from
12 April 2018
Closing date for applications
22 April 2018
Scheduled interview date
25 April 2018
Will my application be acknowledged?
We regret that we will only be able to acknowledge applications from shortlisted candidates