Advocacy Service Aberdeen (ASA) is a third sector agency providing an independent advocacy service for people who use health and social care services in Aberdeen City. Advocacy helps people speak up about things that are important to them and to have more control over their lives and to have a greater say in decision making and the services they receive.
We are seeking to employ a
ADMINISTRATOR Part Time (25hrs)
Salary up to £21667+ 5% pension (pro-rata)
This interesting and varied role will suit an enthusiastic and motivated individual who can combine their administration and accounting experience with an interest in human rights and a desire to help people get the support they need. The administrator will often be the first person that people seeking advocacy support will talk to, therefore an ability to communicate and listen effectively is essential.
A sound knowledge of Sage 50 Accounts, Sage Payroll and Microsoft Office applications is essential as is the ability to manage their own workload.
- Flexible working hours
- Evenings and weekends off
- A blend of home and office based work
- A wide variety of relevant training
If you are interested in being part of a team that is passionate about making a difference within the local community, please contact us on the details below to request an application form:
Advocacy Service Aberdeen
Aberdeen Business Centre, Willowbank Road AB11 6YG
An application form must be completed, CVs will not be accepted.
Closing date: Friday 25th June 2021.
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