We are recruiting a highly organised and motivated Project Administrator to join a Global Health charity located in Cambridge. This is a brand-new role, the post-holder will contribute to the successful running and development of the charity.
Temporary to Permanent opportunity for the right candidate after minimum of 3 months
Pay: £17.57 per hour plus £2.12 holiday pay per hour (equivalent to £32,000 full time annual salary)
Part remote: working in Cambridge office 2-4 times per month, the rest home based
Part Time: 15-21 hours per week, these hours can be condensed into 2 or 3 days or spread over 5 days. The hours need to be worked during the day, anytime as long as they are worked between 9am - 5pm.
Start date: Immediate start essential (wc 31/1/22)
You will be highly organised and able to balance multiple tasks, projects and competing deadlines.
You will have an interest in the work of the charity and the field of gender, global health and addressing inequities. Computer literacy and proven experience with Excel and PowerPoint is essential, in particular with using excel to manage budgets.
You will have experience in coordinating and arranging meetings, events and teleconferences and undertaking basic administrative functions.
- Track internal project spending and manage financial records
- Process invoices
- Assist with diary planning and coordination of activities
- Provide dedicated assistance for travel planning and travel bookings and processing of expenses
- Organise all logistics for conference calls, face-to-face meetings, conferences, public events, etc.
- Provide support for activities and events hosted by GH5050 and its partners
How to apply:
We are looking to move quickly with this role, please share your CV as soon as possible to avoid disappointment in Word format.
CV deadline: 19th January 2022
Interviews: wc 24th January 2022
Start: wc 31st January 2022
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