Maternity Cover – One year
The post may be split into a 0.6FTE Administration and 0.4FTE Marketing role.
We are seeking an organised individual with initiative, drive and commitment who is highly numerate, has a keen eye for detail, as well as excellent, engaging written communication skills to cover one year of maternity leave. The Administration role involves most aspects of charity administration but not payroll or book-keeping. Marketing will involve a wide range of communications including print, online, media, and exhibitions. We are a small team and the post-holder will play an important part in the charity’s success. Our office is in central Edinburgh. The post may be split into a part-time Administration, and a part-time Marketing role. Pay and pension are competitive. As the charity is expanding, there may be further job opportunities after the one-year period of maternity cover.
Reports to: Chief Executive
Place of work: 14 Albany Street, Edinburgh EH1 3QB. Some home working may be possible.
Salary: Between £22,000 and £32,000 pro rata depending on experience and qualifications.
Bonus: An annual bonus of up to 10% may be paid for exceptional performance.
Pension: Up to 10% employer contribution subject to matched contributions by the employee.
Hours: Full time, 37.5 hours per week. May be reduced slightly by negotiation.
Holiday: 28 days per annum pro rata including bank holidays.
Closing date: 30 April
Interview date: 4 May
How to apply: Please send your Curriculum Vitae and Covering Letter to [email protected]
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Please read these documents carefully before applying.
Closing date: 11 June 2018
Interviews will take place at Preston Lodge High School between 12 and 20 June