The Moira Anderson Foundation (MAF) are looking to recruit two Administrators with excellent inter-personal and organisational skills.
Our charity supports survivors of childhood sexual abuse therefore a warm nature is very important; previous admin experience is essential.
These permanent positions are for 35 hours per week. One post is Monday to Friday, 9am till 5pm, with evening work required at times. The other will require regular (weekly) evening work to suit services.
The positions attract an annual salary of £16,926 (MAF is a real living wage employer), pension in excess of auto enrolment requirement (post probationary period) and attractive holiday leave benefits.
Established in 2000, the Moira Anderson Foundation (MAF) is a charity based in Airdrie which supports children and adults of all genders affected by childhood sexual abuse. We are now recruiting two Client Support Officers to join our existing team of twelve, one post is full time (35 hours per week) and one part time (28 hours per week).
Warmth, empathy and compassion are key attributes for these roles. The Client Support Officer will use a personal outcomes, strengths based approach, will possess a counselling qualification, have experience of supporting vulnerable clients and have a sound understanding of trauma and the issues that affect CSA survivors.
The working pattern for the full time post is Monday to Friday, 9am till 5pm, however this may change to accommodate evening work when required. The days for the part time post are negotiable, even work may also apply at some point. You will be based predominantly in our centre in Airdrie, some travel may be necessary. The annual salary is £21,755 pro rata. These posts are funded by the Scottish Government, on-going funding will be sought to maintain them. Induction training and clinical supervision will be provided, as well as enhanced employer pension contribution (following 3-month probationary period), death in benefit scheme and attractive holiday leave benefits.
This is an opportunity to join a first-class team making a real difference to survivors of CSA.