• Executive Assistant in Charity (Part-Time, Central London)

Executive Assistant in Charity (part-time, 3 days per week)

Central London

Circa £33,000 (pro rata) plus excellent benefits​

An excellent opportunity has arisen for an Executive Assistant reporting directly to the Chief Executive. The successful candidate will play an important part in making a positive difference to the lives of hundreds of thousands of people every year.

This is an exciting time to undertake this role at this energetic charity as we deliver an ambitious plan, and we are looking for an experienced professional to bring their planning, organisation and communication skills to the team.

We are looking for a highly organised and effective person with a comprehensive range of organisational and administrative skills.

The successful candidate will be the key point of contact between the Chief Executive and the rest of the organisation, as well as external stakeholders. 

Providing PA support to her as well as administrative support to other members of the senior team, you will possess excellent organisation skills and the ability to work unsupervised, managing deadlines and prioritising your work. We are also looking for someone who is proactive and able to handle confidential information in a professional manner.

With advanced computer skills and fast typing, you will be responsible for taking accurate minutes of Board and Committee meetings, as part of organising and servicing meetings. You will manage the Chief Executive’s diary, travel and correspondence.  You should possess an excellent telephone manner and be able to engage confidently with staff and stakeholders at all levels, ensuring the smooth running of the London office.  You should have an eye for detail and good written and verbal skills.

The position works in conjunction with two other Executive Assistants, one who works for three days per week in London and one who works full time in Birmingham.

An awareness of the charity sector and the opportunities and challenges we face would be useful.

To apply for this position, please send your CV and supporting statement detailing how you meet the requirements of the role (two pages maximum) to: 

The Trust is passionate about fostering Diversity, Inclusion and Gender balance across the organisation and we happily welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds.

Executive Assistant - Recruitment Pack Feb 2020.pdf​

If you would like a chat about the role, please contact Beatrice Yong ( ) to make an appointment to speak to the Chief Executive, Joanna Elson


Closing date for applications: Tuesday 10 March 2020

Interviews: 19 and 23 March 2020​ 


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