Administration Officer - British Liver Trust

About the role

A world without liver disease – that’s our vision.

The British Liver Trust is the leading UK charity working to improve liver health. Liver disease is the only one of the five big killer diseases that continues to increase and we want to reverse that.

We are looking for a committed and organised person to join the administration team. If you want to use your administration skills to support colleagues and help make a positive difference to people’s lives you could be the person we are looking for.

You will enjoy speaking to people on the telephone, working as part of a small team and supporting wider colleagues. You will have excellent IT skills, both using Microsoft products and supporting colleagues with their IT issues.

You must be able to demonstrate success in a similar role, including working under your own direction and having strong communication skills.

Our work is growing and the need for administration support is increasing too. This post will be based at new offices in Winchester and this is an opportunity to join a passionate and committed team at a crucial time in the organisation’s development.

Download the job description here: Job Description – Administration Officer

Please apply by emailing the following to hr@britishlivertrust.org.uk

  • a summary explaining clearly how your experience, skills and knowledge make you suitable for the role with reference to the job description
  • an up to date CV

Closing date: Monday 30th May 2022

Interviews: Tuesday 7th June at our office in Winchester

Lisa and Justin's story

“The British Liver Trust were a real lifeline for Lisa. A gift from you today will help to make sure no one has to deal with liver disease alone.”

– Justin

Justin speaks more about Lisa’s liver transplant in this video.

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