Job Description

Office Administrator

Oaksey House, Lambourn

Hours 20 per week Monday to Friday

Closing Date: 19 April 2021

The Injured Jockeys Fund helps any rider who holds, or has held, a professional or amateur licence. The Charity has three Rehabilitation and Fitness Centres in the UK and we are looking for a caring and empathetic person to join the team at Oaksey House, Lambourn, Berkshire on a part-time basis.

The Office Administrator will be responsible for managing the busy reception area and the diaries for the Centre. We are looking for a friendly individual who can offer a warm welcome and is used to working in a busy environment in a customer-facing role.

Please send your covering letter and CV to: debbie@ijf.org.uk by midday on Monday 19 April to be considered for this role.

Hours: 20 per week Monday to Friday Closing Date for applications: 19 April 2021

Job Description

Title: Office Administrator

Location: IJF Oaksey House, Lambourn, Berkshire

Reporting to and working in partnership with the Resident Manager, the Office Administrator is responsible for managing the reception desk, in addition to undertaking duties to ensure the smooth running of the Injured Jockeys Fund Rehabilitation Centre, Oaksey House.

Role requirements

The role requires a friendly, confident individual who enjoys being in a customer- facing role, has excellent administration, organisational and communication skills and is computer literate with knowledge of the usual MS Office suites.

Areas of Responsibility:

· Offer a friendly and warm welcome to Oaksey House at the front reception desk

· Answer telephone and deal with personal enquiries at the centre

· Book appointments and receive payments

· Assist and support the local team in all aspects of administration

· Take minutes at various meetings

· Carry out other duties outside the normal daily/weekly routines but within the scope of this position

Hours:

Monday to Friday, 20 hours per week

Person Specification

Evidence of the following will be required:

Essential skills and attributes

Desirable

Friendly, hardworking and enthusiastic

Awareness of/interest in horseracing

Excellent administration, communication and IT skills

Medical secretarial knowledge

Proficient in the use of Microsoft packages

Sound knowledge of Caldecott Principles and GDPR

Ability to prioritise and multi-task

 

Happy to work unsupervised if needed and able to use own initiative

 

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We are acutely aware that the Coronavirus continues to have a significant and negative impact upon many of our beneficiaries. We are well positioned to offer help and support to those affected and would encourage you to make contact with us.

Our Rehabilitation Centres are Open and from these hubs you can access general pastoral, clinical and financial support as necessary.

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