Hours: 20 hours per week (over 5 days)

Salary: £19,240 (pro rata) – (£10,400 actual)

Based at: 43, Stratford Street, Leeds LS11 6JG 

Contract: Initially for a 6 month period, but with the expectation that the post will become permanent


The post holder will provide comprehensive administrative support to the Asha Centre. The Asha Centre delivers a wide variety of services and initiatives to meet the health, advocacy, support, educational and child care needs of women and children from the ethnically diverse communities living in the 10% most deprived super output area in South Leeds. In addition, the centre is able to provide a safe, women only, space which gives women with complex needs the confidence to use the services offered.

Essential requirements:

Must have:

  • Excellent communication skills both spoken and written
  • Excellent IT skills and be competent in working with a wide range of IT applications including the use of social media and Wordpress.
  • Experience of monitoring, data collection and collation.
  • Experience of Admin. work
  • A good understanding of women’s issues - you will be working in a women only environment where you will be required to be a ‘first contact’ for women who are often presenting with sensitive issues.


Contact for Application Form and details:

The application pack is available to download from our website: https://ashaneighbourhood.wordpress.com/.

Please return your application via email to: zaheda@ashaleeds.org.uk


Closing date: Applications must be received (emailed or posted) by 4.30pm on Fri 3rd December 2021. Late applications will not be accepted. We do not accept CV’s

Interviews: Tues 14th December 2021


The Asha Centre is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and adults at risk and expects all staff to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS disclosure will be required before taking up this position.

 

* Given the nature and requirements of this post, it is open to women only and the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9 (Part 1) Occupational Requirement applies.


Posted in Jobs on Nov 20, 2021.

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We do this in a number of ways through our various projects which at the moment concentrate on working with children, young people and families. But not exclusively. We are able to provide training, learning opportunities and business related advice, guidance and information to individuals and organisations.