Co Ordinator - Liverpool City Region Ref:3009045

Coordinator – Liverpool City Region
Hours: 37.5 hours, Monday to Friday (with flexibility)
Salary: £23,600
Term: Permanent
Location: Office in the Liverpool City Region, and working from home

As a Pause Practice Coordinator, you will be responsible for providing comprehensive administrative support and general assistance to the Pause Practice to enable staff to perform their duties effectively and efficiently. In addition, you will act as a key liaison for partner agencies and the Pause Practice, as well as being a direct point of contact for the women themselves (although this will not include taking on any case work directly).

This role needs someone well organised and enthusiastic, who pays close attention to detail to support a fast paced and busy assertive outreach team. You’ll be a big part of a small team, where everyone takes a flexible and collaborative approach to work, and is committed to improving outcomes for vulnerable women. The Coordinator has a vital role in ensuring the smooth running of the Pause Practice, where most of your colleagues will be out of the office a lot of the time.

Closing date
3 December 2023
Closing date
How to apply
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