ARC-England-logo-195Administration Assistant (Communications and Social Media)

Association for Real Change is a leading umbrella body representing service providers in the learning disability sector – our purpose is to improve the quality of life for people who have a learning disability by supporting anyone who is involved in the planning or delivery of support and services.

We provide a range of services such as high quality information, networking opportunities, learning disability training, qualifications, publications, and Disclosure checks.

Association for Real Change is committed to promoting best practice within the learning disability sector and we work with others such as the Department of Health, Skills for Care, Big Lottery Fund and Comic Relief through a range of projects.

Working closely with the ARC England Director and the Membership and Services Officer, the Administration Assistant will help us to build on and develop all aspects of our communications work. It’s a great opportunity for someone who wants to develop a career in media and communications in the charity sector. The way in which we communicate across our membership, with decision makers and in the media is vitally important to our work. We want to continue to grow this, especially our expanding digital presence.

The role offers a supportive environment in a small team from both management and colleagues, and the opportunity to make a real difference and to develop your skills.

Please download the job description below for more information.

For an informal chat about the role please contact Vicky Shirley via email vicky.shirley@arcuk.org.uk or by phone on 01246 555043.

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To make an application for this role please send your CV with a supporting letter to Vicky Shirley, Operations and Governance Co-ordinator, via email, at vicky.shirley@arcuk.org.uk or via post marked Private and Confidential to Vicky Shirley, ARC House, Marsden Street, Chesterfield S40 1JY.

  • Deadline for receipt of applications is 10am, 17th September 2015
  • Interviews:  23rd September 2015, Chesterfield