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Administrator - 21 hours a week
Milton Keynes

Job reference: 000601

Location: Milton Keynes

Closing date: 26/01/2021

Salary: £9,548 - £10,265 a year plus benefits

Employment type: Part-time

Are you an experienced Administrator with great communication skills and a special gift for putting together imaginative multi-media presentations? Would you like to put your experience to work in an environment which makes a positive difference to the lives of people who have a learning disability?

An important topic for people with a learning disability, their families and their staff is the need to have proactive discussions around death and dying. There is still a significant stigma around these topics, and it makes it even more important that we ensure we get this right for people with a learning disability, and or autism.

That’s where you and your skills come in.

We are delighted to have been given the funding for a two-year Dying to Talk Project aimed at developing the resources and expertise to help facilitate these important discussions for people with a learning disability and their circle of support.

Working with the Project Lead and other team members, you will help develop all the resources needed to help families and staff develop professional confidence in end of life discussions and planning. At all times you will keep the person we support and their wishes at the heart of your work.

This is a part-time role working 21 hours a week, for a fixed-term two-year contract.



About you

You must be an experienced Administrator able to:

  • Work on your own initiative as well as being part of a team
  • Be well organised and able to prioritise
  • Have great attention to detail
  • Work well under pressure
  • Have excellent IT skills, including MS Office, especially PowerPoint and ideally other multi-media programs
  • Willingness to learn new systems

If you have relevant experience, good customer service skills and share our values a great fit. We are looking for people who celebrate differences, and we strive to make all our staff feel included, valued and respected.

About us

MacIntyre is a national charity which supports over 1,200 people with a learning disability and/or autism.

We were founded in 1966 by the visionary parent of a child with disabilities and have been growing steadily ever since. We celebrate and develop everyone’s unique gifts, talents and contributions.

Our core belief is that everyone has potential, something to offer and a valuable contribution to make to their community.

The Dying to Talk Project is part of our wider Quality strategy.


The Training and Development

At Macintyre we fully support your training and development. We know it can be daunting to start a new job, and not everyone learns the same way, so throughout your probation we will provide you with a mixture of eLearning, face-to-face training and mentoring support whilst on the job.

Pay and Rewards

We provide a range of benefits to reward and thank our staff which includes:

  • Six weeks' annual leave including statutory public holidays
  • Workplace Pension scheme – MacIntyre will contribute 3% of your salary to all eligible employees
  • MacIntyre Staff Savings Scheme
  • Employee Assistance Plan (EAP) to support your health and wellbeing
  • Health Cash Plan which provides money back on core health treatments such as: optical, dental, physiotherapy, chiropody (at reduced cost)
  • MacIntyre Sick Pay (qualifying period)
  • Life assurance scheme offering valuable benefits to your dependents
  • MacIntyre Rewards Scheme which recognises and rewards staff
  • MacIntyre Perks which offers up to 6% discount off leading retailers including Tesco, Curry/PC World, Costa and many more
  • Access to the Blue Light Card which offers thousands of amazing discounts online and on the high street for emergency and social care staff.
  • Enhanced DBS Certificate (cost paid by MacIntyre)  

 The salary range above is the actual pro rate salary for the role, and depends on qualifications and experience. (Full-time equivalent range would be £15,554 to £17,109.)

How to apply

If this job sounds like the right fit for you, click on the Apply button on the MacIntyre website, complete some brief details and upload your CV.

Please note: we reserve the right to close this advert early if we have received a sufficient number of applications, so don't delay, apply today.


Safer Recruitment and Diversity statement

MacIntyre safeguards and promotes the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. Therefore we work with successful candidates to complete appropriate checks prior to joining.

MacIntyre is committed to promoting equality, encouraging diversity and embracing inclusion among our workforce. We want our workforce to be truly representative of all sections of society and the people we support. As part of this commitment, our accessibility toolbar allows you a number of options: read adverts in another language (including Welsh for our Services located in Wales), change the font to Open Dyslexia, change the colours, and many others. Just click the button marked “Accessibility” at the top of the screen.

 

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