Position: Administrator (Community Mental Health and Wellbeing Partnership)
Hours: 14 hours per week, flexible hours pattern to be agreed
Salary: £19,677 pro rata (based on full time working week of 36hrs)
Annual Leave: 20 days annual leave, increasing to 25 days in year two of employment. Plus 12 days public holiday annually (all pro rata)
Location: A mixture of home working and working from The Broomhouse Hub EH11 3RH
Closing date: Monday 1st November 2021
Interviews: Week beginning 8th November 2021
Space & Broomhouse Hub is a Scottish award-nominated charity organisation working to improve the happiness, mood & mental wellbeing of our community members; enhancing physical health, developing skills & job opportunities, whilst growing the confidence of the residents of our area and beyond in South West Edinburgh. We do this by nurturing, supporting and inspiring people of all ages so that lives are fuller, potential is fulfilled and community connections flourish.
In 1991, at a time of depression and recession, community activism and a refusal to accept Broomhouse deserved anything less than other communities – local residents campaigned to turn a row of six shops into one centre. The Broomhouse Centre.
30 years on, and still with local community groups and trustees at the core, Space at the Broomhouse Hub has a new state-of-the-art community building housing a community training café. We have grown and now deliver 17 projects, with 50+ staff and 250 volunteers. We deliver diverse services supporting young people, families, older people and carers amongst others, engaging with local people more than 34,000 times last year.
Whilst holding the integrity of Space at our core, we are a values-led organisation that is:
Welcoming - Nurturing relationships & kind experiences that enable people to smile, flourish & be resilient
Fun - Passionate, non-judgmental & friendly people, developing an inclusive community
Creative - Initiating and embracing challenges, innovation, opportunities and new ideas
Bold - Ambitious, aspirational and determined to have a lasting impact
Trustworthy- Open, honest, holistic, professional and transparent – continually improving our effectiveness
For more information about our projects – https://www.spacescot.org/ourservices/
We are looking for an experienced administrator to provide administration support to the staff within the newly formed Children and Young People’s Community Mental Health and Wellbeing partnership team.
The post holder will have a range of duties including being the first point of contact for referrals into the service, ensuring all enquiries are handled efficiently and with sensitivity and confidentiality.
The administrator will also be responsible for the coordination of all partnership meetings, including the preparation of all papers and minute taking, so having excellent attention to detail is essential.
The full job description with list of key tasks, and the person specification for the role can be found below.
The hours for this role can be flexible across the week, however there are some essential weekly meetings and events that the administrator will be required to attend. Further details will be provided at interview stage.
About the Community Mental Health Partnership
The Community Mental Health Partnership has been formed to provide essential support to improve the mental health and wellbeing of 5-24 year old children and young people (26yrs old if they’re care experienced). The South West Edinburgh partnership is made up of four organisations – Space & Broomhouse Hub, Big Hearts Community Trust, SAMH and With Kids.
How to apply
To apply, please return your completed application form and a covering letter detailing how your skills and experience meet each required area of the person specification for the role.
Email your completed application pack to email@example.com.
A conversation before applying is welcome, please contact Amanda Farquhar on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07927 558 249
Space & Broomhouse Hub is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity
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