Job Title: DAHA Membership & Training Coordinator
Expertise: Administration, coordination & IT
Responsible to: DAHA Programme Manager
Working Hours: Full time
Work Location: Remote based (home working, with some travel to London office)
Contract: Fixed term contract
Annual Leave: 25 days (pro rata)
The Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance (DAHA) is looking to take on a new Membership & Training Coordinator.
Are you interested in joining a great team working on a fast growing project with an ever increasing membership and a training offer that is in high demand?
This is a full-time role, with flexibility for home-based and/or office working with some infrequent travel to the London office if based outside of London. We would consider part-time and job-share depending on the right candidates. The role is initially on a 12 month contract which we intend to extend for a further year, membership funding dependent.
To fulfil this role, you will have exceptional digital skills, proficient in word-processing, PowerPoint CANVA and/or other formatting tools, spreadsheets, databases, data collection systems, email, and website technology, preferably in a Windows based environment. You will have excellent administrative, organisational and time management skills, and demonstrable experience working in a fast-paced environment with competing deadlines and priorities.
You will have experience in data collection, monitoring and reporting on project progress and outcomes. Applications from those who have previous experience of coordinating memberships and/or training are particularly welcome.
A good understanding of domestic abuse, its dynamics and its impact on survivors, their children, would be beneficial.
You will be comfortable and confident to work independently, using your own initiative and passion to build relationships with members and other stakeholders. You will be a strong team player with a desire to support a very busy team to undertake their work with members efficiently and effectively. Lastly, you will be proactive, adaptable, and confident to take ownership of your role so that it can adapt and evolve to embrace new and more efficient ways of working.