Region
Salary
Circa £9,500 per annum
Closing date
Monday, 9 July, 2018
Interview date
Monday, 16 July, 2018
Job type

Ref: S406 | St Helens and Knowsley | 21 hours per week

A part-time Clerical Assistant is required to provide comprehensive clerical support to the St Helens and Knowsley Life After Stroke Service.

We are seeking to recruit an individual who displays a flexible approach, excellent communication skills and is an effective team player.

Based at our St Helens office two days a week and one day at our Knowsley office, you will be required to provide a professional clerical support service, allowing the coordinators to effectively and efficiently undertake their role.

Excellent administrative and organisation skills and a working knowledge of IT packages are required, as well as the ability to communicate with health care professionals and families and carers in a professional manner.

Our services are contracted; we currently have funding for this contract until March 2019.

Applying

Please complete and submit the application formCVs will not be accepted. For assistance in completing the form please refer to the guidance.

Email the completed application form to northwest.recruitment@stroke.org.uk by the closing date 9 July 2018. Interviews to be held on 16 July 2018.

The Stroke Association is an equal opportunities employer, to enable us to fulfil our responsibilities please complete the equal opportunities form and email it to equalops@stroke.org.uk which is managed by our HR team. Do not send it with your application or send your application to this email address.

If you have any queries please email the HR team at recruitment@stroke.org.uk  

If you’re still unsure about applying for a role with us or just want to get an idea of the benefits of doing so please visit the benefits page or see what we do.

Role profile

Download the role profile for the Service Contracted Clerical Assistant role.

About us

We are the UK’s leading charity dedicated to conquering stroke.

There are over 1.2 million stroke survivors in the UK. Almost two thirds have a disability and one third rely on others for help, making stroke one of the biggest causes of disability.

We are continually working to improve the lives of stroke survivors and their families who deserve the very best treatment and care. We deliver amazing, life-changing support to over 60,000 stroke survivors and their families each year. We also fund research to find better treatments, campaign for better stroke care and help people understand how to spot and prevent stroke. This work is made possible by more than 4,000 talented volunteers and staff, our fantastic supporters and our strong relationships with the stroke clinical and research community.

We work with integrity, demonstrating our values as one combined passionate, innovative, respectful and professional team.

Together we can conquer stroke.

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