Job: BCAF Community Administrator

Burngreave Community Action Forum (BCAF) are looking for a dedicated, resourceful and experienced individual to perform this vital role in the area.

BCAF’s main role is to work with all the community, faith and statutory bodies in the area to ensure they communicate and co-operate in improving Burngreave.

The right candidate will have experience of:

  • Supporting meetings and mailing lists.

  • Dealing with individuals and organisations from a wide range of backgrounds, in person and by telephone and email, with diplomacy and tact.

  • Managing a busy and varied workload across a range of subject areas, and managing, storing and processing large volumes of information.

  • Working on their own initiative and without supervision.

  • A high level of IT skills.

Salary level £19,621 pro rata, 21 hours a week. Intial 6 month contract, extended subject to funding.

For an application pack email, or phone 0114 272 8008.

The deadline for applications is 16th August 2010, with interviews in the week commencing 23rd August.

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