We are now looking to employ two additional staff members to the full-time, permanent position of  Project Administrator.

The successful candidates will be responsible for the administration, delivery and evaluation of the Association’s events, including membership workshops and masterclasses, and arranging and minuting meetings with members and key stakeholders, all to tight deadlines. They will therefore be required to be pro-active with exceptional organisational and prioritisation skills, a keen attention to detail, and have experience of working independently in an administrative role. As current conditions dictate that the majority of these events and meetings are carried out remotely, candidates must be able to illustrate an understanding of the challenges involved in administering webinars and online meetings, and provide examples of experience in meeting these.

The roles responsibilities will also include the preparation and dissemination of the Association’s newsletters and induction of new members and as such will require the accurate maintenance of records and regular correspondence both internally across the teams and externally with members. Candidates are therefore required to have a strong background in Microsoft Office and be able to demonstrate excellent communication skills.

Working across the organisation’s Policy, Membership Engagement and Communications teams, the roles will serve as an excellent introduction to the work of the Association and its members, and the wider role of Public Health in society. Consequently, both candidate and Association will benefit from an enthusiasm for professional development, flexibility and a willingness to learn.

Our staff are all working remotely at present and help in meeting the challenges of this situation, in particular those specific to starting in a new role, will be provided by a supportive and committed team. Interviews will be carried out online so candidates selected for these must have a reliable and secure internet connection.

To apply, please send your current CV, together with a covering letter detailing your suitability for the role to Mark.Hamblett@adph.org.uk by the end of Wednesday 28th October. The interviews are scheduled for the w/c 9th November.