Admin Support Volunteer

Closing date is: 
14 Aug 2017
We are seeking an Admin Volunteer to support our existing Administrative Workers to ensure the smooth running of services at our Resource Centre.

Belfast and Lisburn Women’s Aid works to tackle domestic violence against women and children.

Our aim is to eliminate domestic violence and to challenge the attitudes and beliefs which perpetuate it, our work is underpinned by an ethos of self-help and mutual support, for women, with women, by women.

We are seeking an Admin Volunteer to support our existing Administrative Workers to ensure the smooth running of services at our Resource Centre.

You will receive support from the HR/Admin Team.

Time Commitment; 1 afternoon/morning (3-4 hours )a week, we are flexible regarding time and day, our office hours are 9am-5.30 pm Monday-Thursday and 9am-5pm Friday. ( May be adhoc hours available connected to reception cover).

Experience/Skills

-       Ability to work independently and as part of a team

-       IT literate, ideally with database input experience

-       Attention to detail in filing, collating documents, compiling packs etc.

-       Understanding of and commitment to the ethos, aims and objectives of Belfast & Lisburn Women’s Aid.

Tasks

-       General office duties including photocopying and filing

-       Setting up client files

-       Database input

-       Typing (using Microsoft Word)

-       Shredding confidential documents as required

-       Reception cover

-       Preparing information packs as required

-       Carrying our other relevant tasks as required

-       Supporting events (associated telephone calls, promotion)

-       Use of social media as awareness platform

-       Participating in training, support and supervision and relevant meetings as required

-       Working at all times in accordance to Belfast & Lisburn Women’s Aid Policies & Procedures.

Expenses- (travel reimbursement/mileage allowance in accordance to volunteer policy)

Training- (Induction/role related training, core training, access to other organisational training)

Due to the level of contact with vulnerable women and children, the lawful recruitment of females for these posts falls within the exemption stated in Article 10 (2b&e) of the Sex Discrimination (NI) Order 1976

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Lois Finlay