We are currently recruiting;
An exciting opportunity to work as an administrator and DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) countersignatory*. There is an occupational requirement for the successful candidate to be over 18 years of age.
- Performing administrative tasks efficiently and effectively
- Countersigning and administration of DBS applications
- Delivering outstanding customer service
The successful administrator applicant must evidence qualifications at a further (or higher) education level, demonstrate proficiency in Microsoft Office applications and possess excellent interpersonal skills. Also essential is outstanding attention to detail and adherence to strict confidentiality clauses.
The role will involve self-managing workloads, but within the supportive environment of a small dedicated team. SAFEcic prides itself on offering a professional, friendly office environment and we are looking forward to welcoming a new member to the team.
Self-employed, 20 hours weekly (13.00 – 17.00 Monday to Thursday and 10.00 – 14.00 Friday). Flexibility will be required to cover colleague absence and annual leave. 20 days pro-rata holiday pay included. Wage above national minimum and dependent upon experience.
* This role is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and appointment is subject to successfully obtaining DBS Countersignatory status. In order to obtain DBS Countersignatory status, the applicant will need to undergo a check of police and other records in order to assess their suitability (which is similar in level to an enhanced DBS check).
Applications to be received by 5pm Wednesday 8th March 2017.
We are looking for friendly, helpful people who are willing to donate some time to help support our trainers on an ad hoc basis, when we hold face to face training events.
Our sessions run for either a half, or full day and we also offer training in the evenings.
We are looking for people who can:
- Greet guests and signpost them to the training room
- Prepare and clear away drinks, light refreshments and crockery etc
- Monitor stock levels of refreshments
- Set up projector/laptop/tables and chairs, in readiness for sessions
- Tidy away crockery etc, following session delivery
- Travel expenses to and from our office (45p per mile or actual cost of public transport)
- Free drinks and light refreshments
- Reference for CV
- Opportunity to attend our annual safeguarding conference, free of charge
- Opportunity to extend the volunteering support role, to encompass administrative support to our office team
Our volunteers work directly with our trainers, who are drawn from police, social care, health and education backgrounds. Each session is usually booked with 4 – 6 weeks’ notice, however last minute bookings do occur so some flexibility in the hours in which support is provided is required. If you feel you can help, please get in touch with us.