Temporary Administrative Worker required

Sheffield Sickle Cell & Thalassaemia – SSCAT Foundation

Wishes to appoint:

  • 1 Part-time (18.5hrs) Temporary Administrative Worker

  • Salary: £10,582 to 14,178.24 pro rata

To provide administrative and back up support, to the Project and to the team of four staff. To ensure the day to day smooth running of the office and to liaise with clients and organisations on behalf of the Project.

Applicants should be able to speak English fluently and one of the main Community Languages would be an advantage.

For further information and/or application pack please write to or telephone the office and ask for Sonya Chattoo or Angela Douglas at:

ACE Business Centre, 110-120 The Wicker, Sheffield S3 8JD.

Telephone/Answer machine: 0114 275 3209

  • Closing Date: 26 October 2007

The post is governed by section 5(2)d under Section 3:12(d) of the Race Relations Act 1976.

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