The Women’s Organisation – Facilities Administrator

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Contract: Permanent.
Term: Full-Time.
Salary: £21,000 to £26,000 (dependent on experience).
Hours per week: 37.5 hours.
Days per week: 5 days (with regular evenings and occasional weekends).
Reporting to: Head of Facilities.
Location: L1 0AB.

Employer Bio

The Women’s Organisation is a social enterprise that has for over a quarter of a century been driving the transformation of the business support eco system, to effectively support women who are starting and growing their own businesses in the Northwest of England, wider UK and across the globe. They are continually developing an innovative portfolio of professional business advice, learning, seminars, workshops, accredited training, incubation, and consultancy services to help their clients meet their business ambitions in a rapidly changing world.

Their people are their greatest asset. They are expanding their diverse team of creative, ambitious, and talented people with a range of skills, knowledge, and aptitude to meet their clients’ needs, both culturally and commercially. Come and join a social business on a mission to build a more diverse, inclusive, and sustainable economy and world.

Job Description

Key Aspects

  • Undertake daily front of house meet and greet activities by directing building visitors where to go, answering general queries, and providing friendly and professional assistance to anyone enquiring
  • Answer the phone calls, be able to screen and forward to relevant person or teams and take messages
  • To contribute to effective record keeping and communication including management of diaries on Outlook, database and booking systems
  • Provide basic administrative support to ensure the smooth running of the office, by handling daily post, keep up with stationery orders, printing, and scanning
  • Prepare meeting rooms, resources and refreshments for training, meeting, or other events
  • Support the rest of Facilities Team in the smooth running of the office by being familiar and confident with in house Health and Safety procedures, such as locking up and opening of the building, fire alarm test, etc
  • To plan and book building engineers when issue arises, or keep track of planned preventative maintenance schedule; sometimes researching and getting different quotes for service provision will be required
  • To work in a flexible manner and approach as part of a team (including evening and weekends as needed)
  • This position requires full time work from the office at 54 St James Street and so will entail complying with Covid-19 guidance of working safely in offices.

To read the full job description and to apply, please click here.

Deadline: Monday 6 February 2023 at 12 pm, however they may close early depending on volume of applications.

Contact Details: recruitment@thewo.org.uk.

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