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We are looking for an organised and motivated person to provide administrative support, including financial administration and reporting, for the Orkney Native Wildlife Project and to be responsible for the day-to-day management of the project office which will be the base of work for a team of more than 20 people.

Orkney Native Wildlife Project - Administrator

Ref: A3961118

Location: Orkney
Salary 19,602 - 21,236 per annum

Hours: Full time
Contract: 5 years


This role will lead on keeping and submitting records of project spend as necessary (to support financial claims to HLF and EU LIFE) and assist with project reporting; as well as supporting the Project Manager in managing the project budget and highlighting risks. This role will be responsible for managing the office facilities ensuring that staff and volunteers can operate efficiently and have what they need to be successful in their roles. This role will also organise meetings as per the project governance structure, take meeting minutes and assist and support the delivery of project outputs and objectives when necessary, including organising and running events. 

You will have proven track record of teamwork and a willingness to support colleagues as required. You will have the ability to manage multiple demands in a timely and efficient manner. You will have exceptional customer care particularly when dealing with potentially difficult conversations with the public. You will have a proven track record of financial administration preferably to include experience of complex funded projects. You will have experience of procuring goods and services to sustain a busy office environment, including maintaining immaculate records, and ideally of managing a busy office for a large team.


Closing date: 26 November 2018


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