Do you want to make a difference?
- Location Home Based
- Hours 10 hours per week with a view to increasing hours
- Days worked by agreement with the occasional evening
- £11 per hour
The Foundation for Prader Willi Research (UK) is a charity dedicated to raising money to fund vital research into Prader Willi Syndrome, a lifelong and debilitating genetic condition. Our mission is to eliminate the eliminate the challenges of Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS) through the advancement of research and therapeutic development.
We are looking to recruit an experienced Administrator to support our operation. Based remotely and reporting directly to our Board, you will have a range of responsibilities. Principally, you will help to manage our social media pages and ensure key administrative and office tasks are completed. You will also have responsibility for helping to manage our small online shop and be required to support fund raising activities.
This role will also have a development element which means you will have the opportunity to help drive social media engagement and help to develop funding streams.
You will be IT literate, proficient with Microsoft Office, Word, Excel and Database and have general administrative experience. You will also have skills in operating social media sites to benefit an organisation, including posting, editing content and some knowledge of driving traffic (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube). It is not essential, but it would be useful if you had prior experience of working within a charity and fundraising environment and had experience of WordPress and Video Editing.
Because this is a stand-alone and remote role, it is essential you are able to work independently and are able to respond flexibly to the needs of a small charity.
Application will be by CV and short covering letter. The covering letter should explain why you want the job and what you think you will bring to it. You should submit your application to email@example.com
The closing date is 27th May 2022
For more information about our charity please visit Foundation for Prader Willi Research (fpwr.org.uk)