Our founder Rachel Eden explains why the new job we are creating is a brilliant opportunity to help make a difference:
I started Holy Brook in February 2015 with a simple goal – to help organisations be better at achieving their mission. Three years on and we are working with a real range of clients – from a 3D Print hub, to a charity that is over 100 years old. What they all have in common is that they are passionate about what they do and are making the world a better place.
If you are looking for work that really makes a difference for an amazing set of clients and are a keen, self motivated individual I want to hear from you because we are now ready for a new person to join our team. I am incredibly proud of our team, and you’ll have the opportunity to work alongside and share knowledge with some brilliant people.
I’m really excited about how Holy Brook is growing, and the person we recruit to this role is going to be a really important part of our next steps, and will have a huge opportunity to help shape how we develop.
Part-time Assistant Coordinator role
An exciting new opportunity to join a growing and dynamic training and professional services company, as a key member of our team.
The role will be flexible and will grow with your experience but may include
- Event administration and support
- Client care, analysing client feedback and follow up
- Invoicing, credit control and purchase ledger for Holy Brook
- Supplier management
- Updating records
- Ordering supplies
- Occasional note taking
- Diary management
- External work commensurate with experience and expertise for our clients including accounts admin and event support
Personal Characteristics: A reliable and enthusiastic individual, the successful candidate will be numerate and have strong communication skills. You are a self-starter who shows initiative and can work with minimal supervision at times. You will be committed to Holy Brook’s ethos and care about supporting our clients and team in the best possible way.
Experience : Ideally you will have worked in an office environment and has experience with spreadsheet applications like Excel or Google Sheets. You will be comfortable with Microsoft Office tools. Experience of using the Xero accounting package would be an advantage but is by no means essential. We are recruiting for aptitude and attitude more than a specific set of experience.
Pay: £9.50 /hour (will always be at or above the living wage as calculated by living wage foundation)
Hours – 16 hours a week, days to be negotiated ideally Tue-Fri. For the right candidate we might be able to be flexible about number of hours, please contact us to discuss.
Usual work location – Grow @ Green Park, Reading a modern and friendly co-working office. May be able to work from home on occasion and some limited travel may be needed for clients.
Holiday: 5 weeks a year pro rated.
Probationary period of 3 months
Company pension scheme
Opportunity to work overtime on occasion to suit
Training package available
We offer a supportive working environment and many opportunities for training and development.
We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applicants of all backgrounds.
Closing date for applications Friday 5th May 2018, interviews week commencing 14th May.
To apply please send your CV and a covering letter explaining why you are applying to Rachel Eden Rachel.firstname.lastname@example.org.