Streatham Action Administrator
Streatham Action is a local community forum established to give a voice to residents and improve life, work and play in the area. It aims to connect the people of Streatham with the various civic interest groups and networks so that they can take action both as individuals and join with others, to help make Streatham a better place to live.
We do this by supporting and working with local groups, residents, and businesses to turn good ideas into reality, as well as providing opportunities for discussion on issues affecting the local area and sharing information across Streatham’s communities.
The forum is a small volunteer-led organisation that is part of the Lambeth Forum Network, and receives some
funding for our work from Lambeth Council.
We are seeking an enthusiastic, proactive and motivated administrator who would like a varied role. The post will involve working closely with Streatham Action Committee members, ensuring that the work of the organisation is administered to a high standard.
Your first piece of work would be to support a new area of work for us: the second round of our health and well-being grant programme which provides opportunities for Streatham community groups and projects to be funded to run activities that benefit local people.
Your first task relates to a new area of work for us; providing administrative support to the second round of our
health and well-being grant programme which gives opportunities for Streatham community groups and projects to be funded to run activities that benefit local people.
Additional tasks and responsibilities include helping to organise meetings, through room bookings compiling agendas and helping to organise other public engagement events, minuting meetings, and assisting committee members with effecting action points.
We are seeking an experienced administrator who is comfortable using Google platforms and working online.
As the successful candidate, you will understand the complexities of working with volunteer leaders. You will be the first point of contact for the organisation, and it will be key that you enjoy providing supportive communications via email, as this is a largely home-based position with some face-to-face meetings.
We ask you are:
- Familiar with a range of administrative systems and processes.
- A good communicator, and a team player.
- Flexible, well organised and an independent worker.
- Share our interest in helping to make Streatham a great place.
The role is self-employed, and payment is via invoice for approximately 5 hours per week. Rate negotiable.
To apply for the post, please email your CV and details of your interest in the role, to the Streatham Action Committee at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information and any questions please get in touch by email.