Administrator, Social Bite Village
Part time (16 hours per week)
£20,094 - £22,028 pro-rata, plus pension.
Based in Edinburgh
Come and join the team at Cyrenians Communities.
Are you passionate about working with people in a person-centred way? Do you want to work in a small team making a big difference in people’s lives? Do you want to work somewhere which ensures that the voice of those with lived experience and staff working in front line roles is central to decision making?
If so, then our Administrator role may be the one for you.
About Social Bite Village
Founded by Social Bite who partnered with Cyrenians to provide the support, the village provides temporary, supported accommodation to people who have become homeless. The village provides a home as well as the opportunity to participate in shared activities and opportunities. Our Community model is based on Cyrenians core values, prioritising trusted relationships and putting the person at the heart of the decisions which matter most to them.
About the role
- Working with the team to record the work they do
- Working as part of a team, to ensure the village is a welcoming and safe space for all the people who visit and make enquiries
- Completing the administrative duties which ensure the smooth day to day running of the Village
- A valued part of hardworking and committed team. Supporting the Manager to with reporting, monitoring and evaluation.
It may be a small team, but it has a big impact!
As a committed, compassionate and reliable member of the team, you will have strong organisational and communication skills, a keen eye for detail, and a willingness to go the extra mile. You will have the ability to remain calm in a crisis, deal with competing priorities, and the ability to demonstrate Cyrenians values in the work that you do.
How we’ll support you
You’ll be joining an experienced and knowledgeable team who will give you full training on all aspects of your role. You’ll also have access to wider Cyrenians support, including our learning and development programme, and staff wellbeing services.
- Compassion: We believe that everyone should have the chance to change, no matter how long that might take.
- Respect: We believe in tolerance, acceptance, valuing diversity and treating each other as equals.
- Integrity: We are committed to the highest quality of work, grounded in honesty, generosity, sincerity and professionalism.
- Innovation: We are willing to take risks, challenge convention and be creative in our search for new ways of working, in particular by taking account of the environmental impact of our decisions.
Closing date: 4pm on 26th September 2022
Interviews will be held on 4th October 2022
CV's will not be accepted