Office Manager

Office Manager

  • Employer - The Junction Foundation
  • Reference number -
  • Sector - Not for profit
  • Department - Charity
  • Location - Redcar
  • Salary - £20,216 - £22,659 per annum with a planned 3% increase in salary per year, subject to funding and satisfactory performance.
  • Duration - Permanent
  • Hours - Full time | 37 hours per week
  • Closing date - Wednesday, 26 April 2017


HOLIDAY ENTITLEMENT: Starting at 30 days holiday per year plus bank holidays. Holidays increase by 1 day for every full year complete, up to a maximum of 5 additional days.

RESPONSIBLE TO : Finance, Administration and Employment Service’s Manager

RESPONSIBLE FOR: Line management of the small but growing administration team, volunteers and apprentices. It is important that you are able to be a positive influence within the team and pass on your knowledge, skills and expertise.

JOB PURPOSE: To co-ordinate the efficient and effective administration of The Junction and its services by supporting the Senior Management Team, colleagues and Board of Trustees to meet the high standards expected of the organisation by ensuring robust systems are in place and followed.

SUPPORT: Support will be provided by the Finance, Administration and Employment Services Manager who will carry out regular supervision.


People Management

  • To work effectively with colleagues across the organisation at all levels to support the delivery of professional services and to support the achievement of outcomes for children, young people and their families.
  • To manage the day-to-day activities of the administration team ensuring high quality customer and stakeholder relationships and good communications.
  • To develop and manage the administration team activities including providing formal supervision and support for individual members of the team.

System Management

  • To maintain and develop effective systems for all aspects of office management, customer service standards and performance reporting to ensure productive, inclusive and safe working environments across a range of sites.
  • To support the effective operation of systems and activities relating to governance, finance, personnel, fundraising and marketing. This will include minute-taking, use of financial ordering and invoicing systems and associated administrative tasks.
  • To support the effective operation of referral and case recording systems including preparation of data for report writing in line with a variety of programmes and contracts.

Other Duties

  • To undertake other duties and responsibilities as required from time to time commensurate with the post.

Working within the Junction’s policy environment

All staff and volunteers within the Junction are expected to work in accordance with the policies, practices and procedures of the organisation. Key to this approach is a commitment to promote and safeguard the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults, as safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility. Similarly, all staff are expected to demonstrate a commitment to promoting and valuing diversity, being prepared to challenge the use of discriminatory language and to support and encourage non-discriminatory practice.

Personal Development

All staff are expected to make a commitment to their own personal development, partaking in personal development opportunities and undertaking training, supervision and appraisal as required and to support the personal development of others, particularly apprentices.

Contact information

Return the application form in an envelope marked PRIVATE and CONFIDENTIAL to:

The Junction                                                                                   

Drayton House

19 Station Road


TS10 1AN

Or alternately return to

Map for TS10 1AN

How to apply

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