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Charity Secretary

Charity Secretary
Oatlands Pre-School & Community Centre
Description of the role:

- Set up meeting dates, take minutes, get them checked and distribute to committee.
- Keep committee paperwork up to date
- Ensure we adhere to data protection
- Prepare correspondence
- Prepare staff contracts, role specifications
- Be aware of Ofsted procedures for inspection

Skills and qualities needed for the role:

It is preferable to have experience in some of the following areas:

- Working with volunteers
- Administration/secretarial duties
- Childcare
- EYFS

Qualities:

- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Flexibility
- Team player
- Fair and transparent approach
- Motivation
- Attention to detail

Practical information:

A phased induction, training and ongoing support is available. A DBS check and some e-learning will be required e.g. Safeguarding for Children. Ability to attend monthly meetings locally required.

Note: Days and times of the week are flexible to suit, but some daytime and evening availability is occasionally required, particularly in term-time.


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Additional Information
DBS check needed: Yes
Driving licence needed: No
Car owner: No
Open to: Age 17+
Is this role wheelchair accessible?: Yes
Address
North Yorkshire
Last updated: 17.09.2018
Organisation Information

We recently received a Good Ofsted rating in January 2018. Established in 1968, Oatlands Pre-school is an award-winning, voluntary, not-for-profit organisation and a registered charity (No 1042535) situated on Mount Street, Harrogate.
Our main aim is to offer care and education to children aged 2-4 years. We follow the Early Years Curriculum, providing a selection of inspiring resources and activities to encourage your child’s overall development.
• Ensuring that each child is valued as an individual and is offered the same opportunities to encourage self-confidence, independence and to promote positive self-esteem.
• Providing a safe, secure, caring and stimulating environment.
• Enhancing the early skills and education of children aged 2 to 4+ years in a parent involved, community based group.
• Working within a framework ensuring equal opportunities for all children and families.
• Welcoming the participation of parents and operating an open door policy, which facilitates open communication.

Charity number: 1042535