Closing Date: 19th December 2021
This role is to provide support to Voice 21’s national network of member schools. You will be working within our membership team, helping to deliver a high-quality member experience to our schools through providing first point of contact customer service, administrative and data support.
Data management (e.g. entering or uploading data, managing duplicate records, ensuring data integrity):
We expect you to bring your own ideas and insights to this role, using your initiative and becoming a central member of our membership team of four. For instance, while coordinating the scheduling and sending of our central communications to member schools, you might also identify opportunities for efficiency and automation. You’ll need to manage competing priorities, learn as you go and be flexible in your approach. We are a fast-growing and ambitious organisation and are excited to welcome to our team someone who shares this drive to learn and grow with us.
The majority of our staff work from home most days, and we envisage that this role will be primarily home based. We have an office in Stratford, East London, which the successful candidate would be welcome to work in every day if they preferred. If you are not within easy reach of this office, or would prefer to work from home, you should ensure you have the appropriate space to do so before applying (Voice 21 will provide all IT equipment required).
Essential skills, experience and qualifications:
London, E15 2RB - Primarily home-based
40.00 hours per week
8:30am to 5:30pm, Monday to Friday
How to Apply:
If you are interested in this role, please submit your CV and a covering letter (no more than one side of A4). You will also need to speak to your Universal Credit work coach and ask to be referred to this role.
19th December 2021
Voice 21 is a national charity that exists to enable teachers and schools to provide a high quality oracy education so that all young people can find their voice for success in school and life.
We achieve this by delivering teacher development and school improvement programmes, promoting the impact of oracy on student outcomes and building a movement for change . Every year we work with thousands of teachers and hundreds of schools across the UK.