Copyright 2016 by NorPIP. Registered Charity Number: 1144189, Company Limited by Guarantee Number: 07630150

Registered Office: 17 Earl Street, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN1 3AU.

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Come and join our fantastic team

Current Vacancies:

NorPIP are Recruiting Trustees

​NorPIP is seeking Trustees who have a strong empathy with our mission to create a society of emotionally secure children who grow up to become socially responsible adults.

If you're interested in receiving more information about our Board and the skills we're looking for, please contact our CEO on 01604 924735 or ceo@norpip.org.uk or download our Trustee Poster

We are hosting a Trustee open evening on Tuesday 25th June from 6 -7.30pm at 17 Earl Street, NN1 3AU for people to come along and find out more. It would be great if you are able to come along!

Apprentice Administration Assistant - Level 3 Business

Opportunity Description

Established in 2011, Northamptonshire Parent Infant Partnership is one of the leading and most established therapeutic charities across England.

This role will provide administrative support to the Business Manager, to help provide and support the smooth running of the back-office function of NorPIP you will be working Monday - Friday 9-5 37.5 hours per week.

Key responsibilities:

  • Providing reception and telephone support to families or referrers requiring more information about there charity or services, as well as responding to voicemail enquiries.

  • Help maintain data and records relating to fundraising and referrals.

  • Ensuring accurate and timely record-keeping throughout so that all data is entered into a range of our monitoring and evaluation systems.

  • Provide excellent standards of customer service for all service users and volunteers.

  • Ensure service users are given the information and support needed to carry out their tasks to their maximum potential and feel valued and respected.

  • Work with the Business Manager / wider team to organise and support at events.

  • Research stories and photographs for promotional activity along with procurement lines.

  • Researching contact details to contact new referrers or potential funders.

  • Grow knowledge of, and ensure best practice regarding, relevant legislation for fundraising.

  • Actively participate in team meetings, demonstrating creativity through new ideas

  • Creating training packs for groupwork and training session

The successful candidate:  

  • Good communication skills with the ability to build effective relationships.

  • Excellent customer service skills. 

  • IT skills in Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Email. 

  • Excellent organisation and time management skills.

  • GCSE in Maths and English grades A – D or equivalent.

If you're interested in this role, please click here for more details on the role and how to apply.