This vacancy has now closed


  • Full time
  • £19,013
  • North Ayrshire, Scotland
  • Closing 18th January 2022

  • Advertised from 22nd December 2021
  • Permanent
  • 2061


We have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to join the new and innovative National Specialist Family Service as Administrator.

As a specialist addiction recovery charity and housing association, we have developed considerable expertise and support our clients and families at all stages of their recovery. You will firstly be on hand to support the implementation of this brand new service and then once open in Summer 2022 you will continue to support the ongoing delivery; supporting the service and wider team in a varied and interesting role.

The Benefits

  • Salary of £19,013.23 per annum
  • 25 days’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays
  • Benefits including season ticket loan, pension scheme and life assurance
  • Supportive occupational sick pay, eye-care vouchers and regular well being talks and activities

Continuous training and career development via PXL our dedicated learning management system

This is an incredible opportunity for an organised and efficient administrator to take the next step in their career with our exceptional organisation.

We believe in being the best and that is why we strive to create a supportive and engaging working environment for all our staff where we will help you to be the best you can be and thrive in the workplace.

The Role

As an Administrator you will firstly support the implementation team in developing the National Specialist Family service, which is due to open in summer 2022. Then you will be based in the service offering support to families, the wider team and service as a whole through various administrative tasks including maintaining office systems, data inputting and analysis and ensuring information is communicated with relevant parties in a timely manner.

About You

To be considered as an Administrator, you will need:

  • Previous experience of office administration
  • Ideally some experience of being able to analyse data for monitoring and evaluation purposes
  • Experience of working as part of a team and supporting your colleagues
  • Experience of working with people who use drugs and/or alcohol or another comparable field is desirable although not essential
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Word and familiar with relevant database management systems
  • Experience of being an excellent communicator and able to support growth of professional relationships

Application notes

To find our more and to apply, please visit our website.

Closing Date: 18/01/2022