- Scottish Historic Buildings Trust
Aims & Objectives
Scottish Historic Buildings Trust (SHBT) is a charitable Building Preservation Trust (BPT) based in Scotland but with a remit to operate throughout the UK. SHBT undertakes its own BPT projects as well as helping community groups, other Trusts and individuals to identify, fund and deliver lively, viable and sustainable new uses for cherished historic buildings whose survival is threatened by disuse, dereliction or demolition.
Job Number: 6035
Hours (per week) 25
Shifts/Rota: May involve some evening and weekend work
Salary (£/hr) : £5.60 – £7.50 depending on age
No of References: 2
- Time of Attendance: Between Monday to Friday, 9am until 5pm Possibility of more hours
To assist the Property Manager to provide a welcoming and efficient reception, conferencing and administrative service to the work of the Trust.
- Reception: admitting and welcoming visitors to the building; answering telephone calls and transferring as appropriate; dealing with general telephone, email or personal enquiries
- Servicing meetings and events: setting up meeting rooms as required; providing refreshments; clearing away used dishes, rubbish and recycling; re- setting rooms
- Administration: issuing and filing signing-in sheets, room booking forms etc.; producing administrative and financial reports as requested.
- Office tasks: dealing with incoming and outgoing post, photocopying, shredding, monitoring office supplies, filing, and general administrative duties.
- Open and closing the building on a daily basis
- Participate in staff meetings
- Deputise for the Property Manager in her absence
- Assist with SHBT events both within the building and externally, as directed
- Assist with the Contacts Database and preparing mail shots for events
- Adhere to all SHBT policies and procedures
- Friendly, welcoming, customer-focused with a positive attitude
- The consistent ability to follow agreed systems and procedures
- A can do attitude
- Good organisational and time management skills
- Good, clear written and spoken communication skills
- Computer Literacy
- Able to suggest and implement improvements to systems and procedures.
- An interest in historic buildings.
- Familiarity with Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Outlook
How To Apply:
Please contact your Jobcentre Plus or Skills Development Scotland advisor to access an CJS application form