Wanted: Administrative and Social Media Apprentice
NDotM are looking for an office administrator who has a keen interest in Social Media. If you have an eye for detail, enjoy writing and you can summarise your ideas easily – this maybe the job for you!
You will play an important support role within our office. Completing a course of study and obtaining a work related professional qualification.
You will undertake social media research and engagement, as well as support with administration.
Location: Somerset House
Rate: London Living Wage (£8.30 per hour)
Contract: 10 Month Business and Administration Apprenticeship
Closing date: 17 November
Interview date: 30 November
Website and Communication
- Promoting our activities, projects and press coverage on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter
- Creating a strong online presence for the organisation
- Ensuring that website content is up to date, accurate and relevant
- Compiling and distributing a newsletter
- Produce a weekly Jobs blog
- Diary management for the CEO and MD
- Being the first point of contact for telephone / email enquires
- Ensuring that incoming and outgoing post is dealt with effectively
- Overseeing the maintenance of office machinery and equipment
- Developing databases and keeping them updated
- Managing office stationery supplies and other consumable items
- Co-ordinating the scheduling of meetings, compiling agendas and taking notes
- Providing general administrative support, including assistance with project delivery
- Undertaking any other responsibilities that may be reasonably asked of the post holder
Required abilities and experience:
- Excellent attention to detail, spelling and grammar with a high level of accuracy
- A positive attitude and a willingness to take on a variety of tasks
- Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
- Good knowledge of Microsoft Office, email and internet
- The ability to take initiative and be proactive
- Good interpersonal skills and a friendly personality
- Flexibility, reliability and good organisational skills
- Strong multitasking skills and the ability to adapt to and prioritise a shifting workload
- The ability to work as a central point of communication as part of a small, close-knit team
- Ability to work to tight deadlines
- Candidates must be aged 16-24
- Previous experience in an administrator role is desirable but not necessary.
- GCSE Maths and English at grade A*-C.
Email CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In your covering letter please answer the following questions:
- What are your strengths? (e.g. Team working, organising etc)
- What personal skills would you like to improve? (e.g. time management, research skills)
- Is there anything we can do to help you at an interview? (e.g. do you need a signer, information in Braille etc)
- What are your hobbies interests or achievements?
- What interests you about working with a charity? (maximum 100 words)
- What are your future career aspirations? (maximum 100 words)