Mental Health Reform is offering an exciting opportunity for an experienced individual to join a small, dynamic team.
Mental Health Reform (MHR) is the national coalition of organisations working to improve mental health services and achieve implementation of the Government’s mental health policy A Vision for Change. Mental Health Reform works with its members through education, campaigning and support to help bring about structural and cultural change in mental health and related services.
Reporting to the Director, the Administration Executive will have responsibility for developing, coordinating and delivering the administrative function within Mental Health Reform and supporting the management of projects.
Working closely with the Director, Communications & Campaigns Officer and Policy & Research Officer, the Administration Executive will support the overall activities of the organisation by taking ownership of and developing the organisation’s administrative systems in order to maximize efficiency and maintain good governance.
The position is a full-time, fixed term position to June, 2016, subject to funding and completion of a probationary period. Salary will be commensurate with experience. The post is located in Dublin city centre.
The successful candidate will have a proven track record of improving administrative systems, project management experience, and excellent written and verbal communication skills. Among other essential skills and experience, the successful candidate will have obtained a third-level qualification or equivalent in business administration, social science or other relevant field; proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint; and a minimum of three years’ administrative experience in a similar role within an office environment.
See Job description and person specification downloadable here. Applications can be made by sending a CV and cover letter by email to email@example.com. Please note the reference ‘AE’ in the subject heading of the email. The deadline for receipt of applications is Monday, 8th September at 5pm.
Mental Health Reform is an equal opportunities employer