Administration, Finance and Building Support Apprentice

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Nigel Copping Building, Sanville Gardens, Stanstead Abbotts, SG12 8GA
Fixed Term
£5.50 per hour – rising to £6.00 per hour after six months
Closing date: 29/12/2023
Disability Confident Employer

Community Alliance Broxbourne and East Herts

Community Alliance Broxbourne and East Herts are delighted to announce a new and exciting opportunity to join our team of highly motivated paid staff and volunteers.

This Apprenticeship role will provide front-of-house and administration support for projects managed by Community Alliance, as well as our Community Building in Stanstead Abbotts. You will also support our Finance Operations Manager with basic financial administration and record keeping – all relevant training will be given.

The Apprentice will study Business Administration, Level 3 (A level) on one day a week (or equivalent) day release – this will most likely be assessed in the workplace. The Apprentice will also receive support from our office administration team and be appointed a dedicated line manager.

Main Responsibilities will include:

  • Front of House support for enquiries via telephone, email and in person.
  • Provide the main point of contact for hirers of Nigel Copping Community Building
  • Maintenance of day-to-day hall booking systems for Community Alliance venues
  • Assistance with basic financial administration and record keeping.
  • Event and hirer support including room set up, helping with refreshments and tidying up.
  • General office duties and support for other administrative and operational staff including providing
    cover for community car scheme
  • Promote the work of Community Alliance in Broxbourne & East Herts
  • On occasions attend Community Alliance events
  • Undertake other tasks as may be required from time to time
  • Work in accordance with Community Alliance policies and practice

Skills and Qualities:

  • Up to date IT, A good working knowledge of Microsoft Word, and Excel
  • Good standard of written English and Maths including basic financial/money management.
  • Excellent organisational skills paying close attention to detail
  • A keen interest in people, the local community and their needs
  • Ability to work independently and within a team of paid staff and volunteers
  • Ability to be flexible, plan, prioritise and manage workload and deadlines
  • An understanding of equal opportunities and a commitment to all sections of the community
  • Enthusiastic approach to work
  • Team player
  • Good sense of humour
  • Good communicator and interpersonal skills
  • A willingness to learn