We are looking for a passionate volunteer who is looking to develop administrative and resource management experience through an exciting role at a forward-thinking criminal justice CIC.
What will you be doing?
Your responsibilities will include:
- To handle external correspondence for the CEO;
- To manage and monitor incoming and outgoing email correspondence, responding and redirecting mail items to other officers as necessary, ensuring replies are issued within deadlines and to standard;
- To schedule high-level meetings for the CEO;
- To provide cover to Admin Support on an ad hoc basis;
- To work with the wider team to ensure the smooth running of the CEO’s Office;
- To implement and manage new administrative processes where appropriate;
- To undertake factual research as required;
- To support general resource management duties and occasionally help coordinate cross-divisional programmes; and
- To support the CEO during conferences and events.
What are we looking for?
Skills and Abilities:
- Excellent oral communication skills, including the ability to develop effective working relationships, work flexibly across professional and operational boundaries, and communicate professionally with internal and external stakeholders at all levels
- Excellent English writing
- Close attention to details
- Excellent organisational skills and ability to balance competing work demands
- Ability to support technology-enabled meetings e.g. video conferencing, Teams, digital conference calls
- High attention to detail and proven experience of managing sensitive data
- Conscientious but proactive approach
- Solution orientated and confident style
- Experience of working in high-pressure environment and delivering to tight deadlines
General and specialist knowledge:
- Advanced Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook
- Basic knowledge of Clio Manage & Grow will be beneficial.
Some knowledge on topics central to criminal justice such as prisons, police, forensic mental health and/or criminal law preferred.
Education & Training:
Educated to degree level
- Proven experience working in a similar role is essential, preferably acquired in a fast-moving growth environment.
- Experience of building constructive relationships with stakeholders; and
- Experience of working independently and with teams to drive forward projects using their own initiative.
What’s in it for the volunteer?
- Your mind will be mentally stimulated, hence providing you a sense of purpose;
- You will advance and boost your professional career by helping you to make professional connections and giving you real-world experience at the intersection between criminal justice and advocacy; and
- Help you develop long-lasting professional relationships with others. People who come together to make the world a better place forge close connection.
To apply for this job please visit conviction.eu.cliogrow.com.