Full Time | 37 hours p/week
We have an exciting new opportunity for an Administrator to join our award winning social enterprise. This role requires you to work with multiple departments, across a broad range of areas. You must be keenly organised with a knack for juggling lots of jobs. Your role will be vital to the smooth running of the business and as a valued member of the company you will be fully supported by our highly experienced multi-disciplinary team.
We have a proven track record of internal promotion and career progression and we value and invest in the development of our staff. You will be encouraged to grow with us, enhancing your skills and knowledge, encouraging new ideas and assisting with your development. We invest in our employees training and support from day one and encourage a team-orientated atmosphere where successes are celebrated and progress is rewarded.
Based within the Sustainable Communities division of the company, the primary activities of the role include:
What we offer
We pride ourselves on being a family friendly, flexible working environment. We recognise that work is only one part of our lives and making time for the other things in our life is important – be that our families, our friends or ourselves. Along with a competitive salary we offer a range of other benefits the help that important work/life balance including:
Closing date for applications is Tuesday 10th April 2019.
Interviews to be held Week commencing 18th April 2019
This post is part funded by European Social fund from April 2017 – December 2019. The continuation of the post after that date will depend on alternative funding and activities being identified.
Works Better delivers across Calderdale, Kirklees and Wakefield to address the barriers faced by all age groups seeking employment , irrespective of background and personal circumstance. Offering a tailored support package Works Better supports residents to help them secure sustained employment.
The project is part financed by the European Social Fund 2014-2020 programme and will receive up to £2,875,709 of funding from the European Social fund (ESF) as part of the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Funds Growth programme in England. The Department of Work and Pensions is the Managing Authority for the England ESF Programme.
Why choose to work for Newground?
We believe in the power of social enterprise as a strategy for change. Through our social enterprise model, we deliver professional services in a competitive marketplace. But there’s one key difference between Newground and our private sector competitors. Instead of our profits going to shareholders, they are instead gift aided into our Newground Together and distributed in the form of grants to environmental and community projects. By choosing to be a part of the Newground team, you will help to drive positive social and environmental impact.