We are looking for an Administrator who can work to support the charity’s CEO and Founder in delivering the mission of the charity which is to build emotional intelligence skills in children and young people.
- Dealing with correspondence and responding to initial queries from staff, suppliers and schools
- Organising meetings and appointments on zoom etc,
- Typing, compiling and preparing reports, presentations and correspondence
- Attending meeting, taking minutes and emailing minutes post meeting
- Updating and maintaining spreadsheets and administrative systems
- Formatting and proofing of written & financial reports
- Admin related to new joiners emailing HR agreements etc
- Other ad-hoc special projects such as Kindness in Film Summit, film screening webinars
Skills and attributes:
- Minimum three years experience as an administrator
- Discretion and trustworthiness: you will often be party to confidential information
- A commitment to the highest standards and service in professional administration
- Ability to set priorities, handle multiple assignments and manage time effectively
- Ability to work effectively under pressure and demonstrate a calm, confident and flexible approach to work
- Proficient in Microsoft and other common software application packages
- Excellent oral and written communication skills in English
- The ability to be proactive and take the initiative
OUR ROLES ARE FLEXIBLE AND REMOTE WORKING. FOR THIS ROLE, WE BELIEVE A COMMITMENT OF AT LEAST 6 MONTHS IS NECESSARY.
Our charity empowers women and children with Kindness. Our workshops focus on educating children, through the visual medium of film, to have a greater sense of self-awareness by being kind to themselves, and to others. Higher emotional intelligence means an improved sense of well-being, and the ability to deal with deeper issues affecting mental health such as standing up to bullying, dealing with loneliness etc, all of which can start as early as primary school. Embedding very early on a culture of kindness to oneself and mindfulness to others means children are taught essential life skills to draw on - today as children, tomorrow as adults. An emotionally intelligent child is more likely to be happy, do well academically, grow up to be a confident adult, contributing positively to society and community, with a high regard for personal well-being.
This is an exciting opportunity for the volunteer to be involved in organisational tasks to support the charity. Within this position, you will receive a warm welcome into our organisation, an opportunity to develop new skills, learn about the charity and aim sectors, a reference for your time working with us, along with remote and flexible working!