Off The Record is a lively and friendly place to work. We’re on the frontline of mental health services in Croydon, Sutton and Merton. If you choose to work with us; you’ll be joining a team that is at the heart of providing a dynamic local service for young people.
Sutton/Merton, Salary pro rata of £24,385 p.a. inc Outer London Weighting
We are looking for 2 experienced part-time administrators to join our friendly and committed Sutton and Merton young people’s Counselling services.
You will have responsibility for the administration of the counselling services including:
- responding to young people and professionals
- managing the counselling diary
- liaising with counsellors and database work.
- Providing comprehensive administrative support to the Sutton or Merton service manager and counsellors including developing/maintaining electronic and paper-based administrative systems and procedures to support the work
You will need to have strong IT skills alongside very good organisational and administrative skills and the ability to manage a busy and demanding workload. Previous administrative experience in a healthcare, education or counselling setting would be an advantage.
In return we can offer you...
- Experience in an outward looking charity with a strong reputation for delivering professional support services to young people in South London coupled with a motivation to develop new and innovative responses to mental health needs.
- Training on our systems and processes.
- 36 days annual leave (pro rata), staff benefits including pension, childcare vouchers and store discounts.
This position is a great opportunity to gain experience within a well-regarded award-winning charity that has been helping young people for 25 years.
If this sounds like the job for you, please find further information in the application pack below, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org we would love to hear from you.
Admin Application Pack 2019 (Word Version)
Admin Application Pack 2019 (PDF Version)
Learning Support Club & Respite Trips Assistant
The Volunteer Learning Support Club Assistant role provides much needed support to the project's Education Worker during the Homework Club for young carers. This club is more than a homework club, as this is a time for young carers to not only do their homework with assistance in areas in which they are not confident, but allows them to obtain skills in research and all areas of their education curriculum. The Learning Support Club Assistant should aim to help the young people attending the club to improve their educational outcomes and should work with the Education Worker to achieve this for all young carers attending the club.
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