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Residents’ Welfare Officer
Clerk/Secretary to Trustees
Administrator

Up to £30,000 PA (depending upon experience)

Full time

London Office (with part-time home-based working)

We are The Trust Partnership.  We are a fast-growing and innovative social enterprise helping charitable foundations and almshouses to use their resources more effectively.  We are having a big impact in philanthropy and almshouse sectors.

We are excited that we’ve not only been able to build a thriving business, but to do so on strong ethical foundations. The way we look after our staff, our clients and other stakeholders is important to us, and being a B Corporation is evidence of that. We believe it’s possible to be a good business and a profitable one at the same time.

We are looking for someone special to join our growing business as our Residents’ Welfare Officer. You will be responsible for ensuring harmonious communities within the almshouses we manage and support residents on a one-to-one basis where necessary.  You will provide a specialist customer service and be able to balance need and expectation in a professional and calm manner.

Based in London or the Home Counties, you should be able to access London easily, sometimes at short notice, and be able to travel in and around the capital.  You will alternate working from home with working from our office which is currently in East London. Occasionally you may be required to travel to other almshouse properties outside London and to visit our office in Gloucestershire.  You will also be required to undertake a DBS check.

We are looking for a calm, motivated, positive individual with an exemplary work ethic and a caring attitude.  Professionalism, kindness and integrity are essential along with an inherent knowledge of what is appropriate in the circumstances. Respect and emotional awareness are central to the role.

Working with us you will receive the following benefits

  • Career progression opportunities
  • Flexible working environment
  • Professional development
  • Membership of an employee benefits platform
  • Charitable Giving matching up to £200 per annum
  • 24 days’ holiday per annum plus Bank holidays (FTE)
  • Christmas shutdown (included in above)
  • Additional day’s contractual leave entitlement after each fifth year of service (up to a total of six days)
  • Eyecare voucher scheme.

How to apply:

 

Please apply via Charity Job: Here

Up to £35,000 PA (depending upon experience)

Full time

Based in London (with home working for part of the week)

We are The Trust Partnership.  We are a fast-growing and innovative social enterprise helping charitable foundations and almshouses to be better managed and to use their resources more effectively for the benefit of the wider public.  In short, we are having a big impact in philanthropy and almshouse sectors.

We are excited that we’ve not only been able to build a thriving business, but to do so on strong ethical foundations. The way we look after our staff, our clients and other stakeholders is important to us, and being a B Corporation is evidence of that.   We believe it’s possible to be a good business and a profitable one at the same time.

We are looking for someone special to join our growing business. You will be responsible for a portfolio of trusts and almshouse charities who require clerking, and supported by specialists in grantmaking, administration, property management and resident welfare.  Experience of working with boards of Trustees is essential, and some knowledge of almshouses (or social housing) would be preferred.

You need to be able to access London easily and sometimes at short notice and be able to travel in and around the capital.  You will alternate working from home with working from our office which is currently in East London. Occasionally you may be required to travel to other almshouse properties outside London and to visit our office in Gloucestershire.  You will also be required to undertake a DBS check.

We are looking for a motivated individual with an exemplary work ethic and a professional attitude.  Accuracy is essential and an eye for detail that is balanced with an ability to see the bigger picture. Respect, integrity and emotional awareness are central to the role.

Working with us you will receive the following benefits

  • Career progression opportunities
  • Flexible working environment
  • Professional development
  • Membership of an employee benefits platform
  • Charitable Giving matching up to £200 per annum
  • 24 days’ holiday per annum plus Bank holidays (FTE)
  • Christmas shutdown (included in above)
  • Additional day’s contractual leave entitlement after each fifth year of service (up to a total of six days)
  • Eyecare voucher scheme.

How to apply:

Please apply via Charity Job here

 

£18,000 – £21,000 PA FTE (depending upon skills and experience)

Full or Part time

Based in Trull, Gloucestershire (with home working for part of the week)

We are The Trust Partnership.  We are a fast-growing and innovative social enterprise helping charitable foundations and almshouses to be better managed and to use their resources more effectively for the benefit of the wider public.  In short, we are having a big impact in philanthropy and the almshouse sector.

We are excited that we’ve not only been able to build a thriving business, but to do so on strong ethical foundations. The way we look after our staff, our clients and other stakeholders is important to us, and being a B Corporation is evidence of that.   We believe it’s possible to be a good business and a profitable one at the same time.

Main purpose and scope of the job:

The successful candidate will possess excellent organisation, communication and ICT skills and be able to maintain confidentiality at all times. You will prepare meeting agendas and papers, support the Clerks to Trustees and be the principal point of contact for the grant-making activities of your clients. You will provide excellent support to client Trustees as well as cover for absences within our team.

Duties and key responsibilities:

Provide excellent administrative services to senior colleagues and some direct support to clients, where appropriate, including (but not limited to):

  • Processing grant applications using databases such as Salesforce and Formstack.
  • Preparing agenda packs for client meetings and providing support at client meetings (attendance may be necessary).
  • Liaison with grant applicants, beneficiaries and almshouse residents.
  • Liaising with clients, banks and suppliers as necessary.
  • Assisting with changes to client websites.
  • General administrative duties such as filing, post, file management, data storage and disposal.
  • Liaising with the clients’ finance team.
  • General administrative duties.

Provide support to the team by:

  • Answering phone calls and assisting callers to access the right person/information.
  • Helping others when time allows.

The Benefits

  • Work as part of a friendly and caring team
  • Lovely offices in a farm building with some flexible home working
  • Free parking
  • Membership of an employee benefits platform
  • Charitable Giving matching up to £200 per annum
  • 24 days’ holiday per annum plus Bank holidays (FTE)
  • Christmas shutdown (included in above)
  • Additional day’s contractual leave entitlement after each fifth year of service (up to a total of six days)
  • Eyecare vouchers

About You:

To join us as an Administrator you will need:

  • A high level of computer literacy, using Microsoft Office 365 applications
  • Experience of working with databases
  • An excellent telephone manner
  • Excellent organisational skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • A keen interest in the charitable sector
  • A full driving licence and access to your own vehicle (due to our office location)
  • To be motivated, focussed and keen to help with a positive attitude and attention to detail
  • To be able to work on your own initiative

The successful candidate will be required to undergo a Disclosure and Barring Service check.

How to apply:

Please send an email with your CV and a covering letter, noting your relevant experience, to Andrea Cutler at [email protected]