Administrative Assistant

Administrative Assistant
Salary: £20,000
Permanent, full time (35 hours per week).
The Archbishop of York Youth Trust invites suitable applications for this vital new role.
A key element of our work is a schools’ based character education programme, the Young Leaders Award (YLA), which runs in a broad range of schools and empowers young people aged 5-18 to ‘be the change they want to see’ in their lives and local communities. Since the Youth Trust’s inception in 2008 over 80,000 students in over 630 primary and secondary schools have participated in the YLA. Initially working in the Northern Province of the Church of England, we are currently expanding into the Southern Province, making this an exciting time for the right person to join our small team currently based in Bishopthorpe, York.

If you have a keen eye for detail, a professional approach and want to see young people flourish, we’d like to hear from you. For further details and an application pack please visit www.abyyt.com/vacancies
or contact Louise Amende on 01904 231018 / email louise.amende@abyyt.com

Applications close at 4.00 pm on Wednesday 26 June 2019;
interviews will be conducted during the week commencing 8 July 2019.

Further information

Location: York | Organisation: The Archbishop of York Youth Trust

Salary: £20,000 | Job type: Part time | Hours: Full time (35 HPW)

Benefits:
Parking: all staff can park on site and secure cycle-parking is available Annual Leave: 25 days holiday per annum, plus bank holidays and three additional days granted by the National Church Institutions of the Church of England Pension: upon commencement of employment, you will automatically be enrolled onto the Trust’s pension scheme. During each year of employment, the Trust will match your contributions to the scheme, up to 5% of your annual earnings. You may opt out of the Trust scheme if you wish. However, you would not receive any pension contributions from the Trust. Sick Leave: your full salary (inclusive of any Statutory Sick Pay [SSP] due) for the first two weeks of any such absence within any 52 cumulative week period; and SSP thereafter Probation Period: 3 months Notice Period: 1 month

Closing date: 26-06-2019

How to apply:
To apply in confidence for the post of Administrative Assistant: Young Leaders Award at the Archbishop of York Youth Trust, please complete the following three forms (one of which is not compulsory) which are available on the Trust’s website (see https://www.archbishopofyorkyouthtrust.co.uk/vacancies/) and submit via email to: Louise Amende: louise.amende@abyyt.com (i) Application Form (ii) Full Curriculum Vitae, and (iii) Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form (not compulsory). Please ensure that you have included your mobile, work and home telephone numbers within the Application Form/CV, as well as any dates when you will not be available or might have difficulty with the timetabled interview period. The deadline for receipt of applications is 4.00pm on 26 June 2019. The interviews will be conducted during the week commencing 8 July 2019. Referees You should provide the name, position, affiliation and full contact details, including email addresses and telephone contact numbers, of two referees relevant to this role—one being your most recent line-manager. References will only be taken once your express permission has been granted. We would also be grateful if you could let us know if you require any special provision as a result of any disability, should you be called for interview. Data Protection In submitting the forms that constitute your application, you will be giving your consent to the Archbishop of York Youth Trust to store and use information you provide in accordance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act 2018 and the Trust’s Data Protection Policy. For more information on this please see our Privacy Notice included in the application pack. If you are not appointed, your application will be destroyed 6 months after the position for which you have applied has been filled.

Download application form

Web link: Click here

Reference: Ref: ABYYT1905a (please cite in all correspondence)

Category:
Charity administration

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