Come and join our team.
We are recruiting an Administrator to join this small but ambitious mental health research charity in Southwark, London, to provide vital administrative and project support to ensure the smooth running of the head office and core functions.
Are you looking for a challenge? Passionate about mental health? Exceptionally organised and a confident communicator? Interest in comms and social media? Good at multi-tasking?
We are looking for a motivated, highly organised ‘people person’ who will be able to carry out a range of day-to-day tasks including general administration and basic social media and communications tasks, as well as providing support to our team of researchers and public involvement in research (PIiR) experts who deliver cutting edge social research and evaluations. We are all about putting people with experience of mental health problems (personal or family/friends) and carers at the heart of all our research.
The successful candidate will be working in a busy team based within an open plan, serviced office space in London SE1 which is shared with other charities. We occupy a 12 desk space and have links with a wider network of freelance and contracted researchers. The Administrator role is vital in helping our organisation to achieve our mission of transforming mental health research. The Administrator will report to our Operations Officer who will provide regular supervision and line management support.
The post is full time (37.5 hours Monday – Friday) based at our offices in Central London SE1.
The closing date for applications is Friday 5th August, 5pm.
Interview date: We plan to interview suitable candidates in the week commencing 15th August
Interested? To find out more information please see here: Administrator job description July 2016
To apply please download and complete the following forms and return by email to email@example.com by the closing date:
If you have any questions and want to discuss the role further please call 0207 922 7877.
Please ensure you address the essential criteria in your application’s supporting statement and send your form in good time to reach us by the closing date.
Because of the nature of our work, we actively encourage people with lived experience of mental health problems (personal or family/ friend) to apply.
The McPin Foundation also recognises and respects the value and diversity of all.