Project Administrator (Bridges Programme) - Access to Business | Wolverhampton Voluntary Sector Council

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Access to Business
81 Tempest Street, Wolverhampton, WV2 1AA

Access to Business (www.access2business.co.uk), established in 2004, provides services supporting local people into employment, self-employment and social enterprise development, specifically targeting underrepresented groups including women, BME communities and people with disabilities or health problems. Access to Business also supports existing businesses and delivers office services and accredited training courses.

 

Project Administrator (Bridges Programme)
Full-Time 35 hours per week
Rate of Pay – £18,500 pa
Temporary until 31st December 2021

Access to Business seeks a motivated and experienced administrator to support project staff on our new Bridges Programme. You will be working on the Bridges programme which is funded by the European Social Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund   The Bridges Programme provides skills, training and employment support for those furthest from the labour market.

You will be required to provide efficient, effective, professional and confidential administrative service to the Bridges staff, including diary management, maintaining records, both paper and electronic, in accordance with the company policies and European and Lottery project guidelines.

The successful candidate will ideally have experience supporting European/Lottery projects and knowledge of Management Information Systems.   Strong verbal and written skills, interpersonal and organisations skills are required as is a good standard of education.  The candidate must also be and be proficient in Microsoft applications.

 

Closing Date to request application pack is Monday 9th December 2019

Completed application forms must be return to us by 12noon on Thursday 12th December 2019

For an application pack and job description, please call 01902 572398 or email Paul@access2business.co.uk.

BRIDGES is funded by the European Social Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund