Office Manager - Mayfield & Easthouses Youth 2000 Project (Y2K)

  • Job Reference: 00028218-1
  • Date Posted: 21 November 2020
  • Recruiter: CV-Library
  • Location: Dalkeith, Midlothian
  • Salary: £12,664
  • Sector: Administration, Covid-19
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

Office Manager - Mayfield & Easthouses Youth 2000 Project (Y2K)

Part time: 18 hours per week to be worked as 3 days of 6 hours

Salary: £13.53 an hour / £12,664.08 annual salary

Location: Mayfield, Midlothian

Holidays: 28 days annual leave (pro rata)

The Social Care Community Partnership are currently recruiting for an Office manager for Mayfield & Easthouses Youth 2000 Project (Y2K). Y2K have a clear mission to support and encourage young people in Mayfield & Easthouses to be healthy and happy individuals through our delivery of holistic youth-led services. This post is for day to day management of personnel and administrative systems within the organisation and the overseeing of Health and Safety. The Office Manager is expected to be a self-starter as they will be responsible for line managing the domestic assistant and possible lone working in office due to coronavirus precautions.

Key responsibilities

Ensure a smooth, safe and comfortable working environment, as well as making sure the office and Y2K's property is safe and secure (opening and closing office).
Set up and maintain filing systems and personnel information in line with Y2K's policies and
Provide staff members with support when needed; this will also involve recruiting, training and supervising office administrative staff, trainees and volunteers.
Updating the website, oversee installation and maintenance of IT systems and giving IT support to other staff.
Responsible for booking transport, venues, caterers and entertainment for Y2K events and activities.
Assisting the Finance Manager with day to day finance such as petty cash.
Provide administrative support for young people to be involved in activities as agreed with the Project Manager.

Experience & Qualifications


Two years working in an office environment.
Excellent bookkeeping, numerical and financial skills.
Be organised and have the ability to produce clear and well-presented reports/take accurate minutes.
Have a flexible approach and an openness to different ways of working.Desirable

Be a car owner.
SVQ3 Business and Admin or equivalent.
Able to work Mondays.
Experience of working in the voluntary sector

For more information about this job opportunity, please click apply and submit your CV to Social Care Community Partnership or contact Martin Brownjohn on (phone number removed) for a confidential discussion.

The Social Care Community Partnership is Scotland's premier social care recruitment agency, sourcing and placing Social Care professionals, support staff and administrators throughout Scotland and the rest of the U.K. Established in 2006 quality is built into everything we do; from day to day recruitment and selection processes, to The Social Care Community Partnership employees and to the Local Authorities, Government bodies and Third Sector/Non-Governmental Organisations that we work with. The client groups we work with range from Children and Families, Adults, Disabilities, Youth Offending and more. We recognise that our Social Care professionals make daily decisions that affect the lives of thousands of vulnerable people