Part time Administrator


Posted on: Tuesday 16 November 2021

Mothers' Union in the Diocese of Norwich are looking for an experienced administrator to provide secretarial and administrative support for the activities of the charity.

12 hours per week, divided as four hours on three days (days to be agreed)

Currently £9.00 per hour

Mothers’ Union Norwich Diocese is affiliated to the worldwide Mothers’ Union, a Christian charity whose aim is to support families and family life. Through programmes, campaigning, community outreach and prayer Mothers’ Union promotes stable marriage and family life, working through local volunteer members to create lasting change. Members are driven by their faith but work with people of all faiths and none.

Working closely with the Diocesan President, the successful person will have:

  • a good working knowledge of office procedures, effective communication and organisational skills with a good working knowledge of MS Office: Word, Excel, and the Internet
  • the ability to work, largely self-directed, effectively prioritise workload and meet any deadlines set
  • excellent verbal & written communication skills – ability to engage with a wide range of people
  • the ability to work with others and to contribute within a team.

For further information or to request a job description and to submit a CV, please call the Mothers’ Union Office (01603 882330 Tues, Wed, Thurs 10.30am – 2.30 pm) or email zhabejvpu@tbbtyrznvy.pbz

Interviews to be held early January 2022

Start date by agreement with successful applicant

Closing date: Friday 10 December 2021

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