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Are you driven and passionate about working within a women-centred support service which advocates for systems change? Then, we want to hear from you! Apply to join our team today and make a difference to the lives of women, their families and all our communities.

All roles are only open to women, in accordance with the sex-based exemptions of the Equality Act 2010 pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1. We actively encourage applications from women with a variety of backgrounds, and a range of skills and experiences. We are particularly interested to hear from Black, Asian and minoritised women and those with personal experience of the criminal justice system.

Administrative Assistant

Start date: TBC

Salary: £26,702 per annum (£10,608.80 pro-rata, inclusive of £3,990 South East Weighting)

Location: Shoreditch, London

Working hours:  14 hours per week to be worked over 2 or 3 days

Contract: 6 month – fixed term

Job Purpose:

We need a hands-on flexible administrator to provide general administrative support to WIP’s Core team; you will ensure the smooth running of WIPs London office in Shoreditch; you will also be providing administrative support to projects as and when required.

Administrative Support

• Act as a point of contact for Women in Prisons Core Team including monitoring and responding to communications in shared mailboxes

• To support with Women in Prisons telephone line and ensure any answer machine messages are passed on the relevant team

• Be a welcoming face for visitors to the Shoreditch office

• To be responsible for WIPs mail to and from the Office

• Administrative support as needed to Women in Prison’s Core team which could include booking meetings, note taking and support with paperwork

• Supporting the Shoreditch office in maintaining and ordering office supplies to include stationery, consumables and health and safety equipment

• Supporting our Executive Assistant with WIP events and/or large staff meetings

• To keep our asset management log updated and support allocation process of office equipment (e.g. phones and laptops)

General

• Be flexible and carry out other associated duties as may arise, develop or be assigned in line with the broad remit of the position.

• Abide by all organisational policies, codes of conduct and practices.

• Support and promote inclusion, diversity and equality of opportunity in the workplace.

• Treat with confidentiality any personal, private or sensitive information about individual organisations and or clients or staff and project data.

TO APPLY

Applications close: 17 July 2024 9am

Interviews with Women in Prison: TBC

To apply: Send a CV and cover letter (max 2 pages of A4) to [email protected]

If you require reasonable adjustments to support you during the application process, please contact the HR team on [email protected].

We are happy to invest in developing the right person, so you are welcome to apply even if your professional experience does not fully meet the job description or person specification.

We particularly encourage applications from Black, Asian and minoritised women, and women who have personal experience of the criminal justice system.

In line with legal requirements and the nature of our work, this role:

• Is restricted to women only as a genuine occupational requirement

• Requires the right to work in the UK

• Is subject to a Basic DBS check.

• Requires that the post holder is not automatically disqualified by (or can obtain a waiver from) the Charity Commission

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Administrator (WomenMATTA)

Start date: 2nd September 2024

Salary: £22,712 per annum (£13,627.20 pro-rata)

Location: Hulme, Manchester

Working hours: part time, 21 hours

Contract: Fixed term until 28th February 2025, with possibility of extension

Reports to: Programme Manager (WomenMATTA)

About Women in Prison

Women in Prison is a national, women-led, feminist organisation. We deliver front line support to women harmed by the criminal justice system, through our work in prisons, in the community and ‘through the prison gate’ as they resettle back into their communities. We also campaign for systems change that addresses the root causes of offending, reduces the harmful impact of prison, and creates workable, community-based alternatives to imprisonment.

Job Description:

Job Purpose:

To provide reliable and essential administrative support to the WomenMATTA team, ensuring accurate data capture and the smooth running of WomenMATTA’s office. Act as a front of house staff member to the WomenMATTA office, mailbox and phone line; providing advice and signposting to enquiries and greeting visitors. Working closely with management, frontline staff and volunteers to develop streamlined processes to the administrative side of daily operations.

1. Provide prompt and effective administrative support to all WomenMATTA staff; being a key contact around IT and case management systems and assist with the day to day running of the Programme.

2. Maintain case management systems to ensure accurate and timely data recording across all monitoring systems

3. Provide office management and diligent support to the operations of the Programme

4. Act as the first point of contact for service users and external parties; drawing on a trauma informed approach when communicating to parties

TO APPLY

Applications close: Monday, 29th July 2024 at 9am

Interviews with Women in Prison: Week commencing 5th August

To apply: Send a completed application form to [email protected]

If you require reasonable adjustments to support you during the application process, please contact the HR team on [email protected].

We are happy to invest in developing the right person, so you are welcome to apply even if your professional experience does not fully meet the job description or person specification.

We particularly encourage applications from Black, Asian and minoritised women, and women who have personal experience of the criminal justice system.

In line with legal requirements and the nature of our work, this role:

• Is restricted to women only as a genuine occupational requirement

• Requires the right to work in the UK

• Is subject to an Enhanced DBS check.

• Requires that the post holder is not automatically disqualified by (or can obtain a waiver from) the Charity Commission

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