Social club promoting friendship and support.


Job Description

Applications closed: 
May 30, 2023
Posted on: 
April 28, 2023

We have an excellent opportunity for an Administrator to join one of the largest and oldest Friendly Societies in the UK at their esteemed district branch in Leeds. This is a Part-time role working an equalised average of 25 hours per week. Flexible working hours are available, which will include some occasional weekend and evening work.

About the company
Our client is one of the largest and oldest friendly societies in the UK and their aim is to improve the quality of life for their members through active social involvement, care support and a range of financial benefits and services to members.


As an Administrator, you will help and support the Branch of this Society to be financially and administratively strong. This includes supporting the volunteer Committee of Management to deliver on the membership package, including supporting the delivery of the social element to its target market (predominantly 50+), while bringing in new members, marketing and promoting the organisation, supporting volunteering and helping them to grow.

As an Administrator, you will focus on the financial and administrative elements of running the Branch, which will include:

  • Day-to-day bookkeeping
  • Overseeing the management of the companies Hall and some investment properties
  • Managing the membership and renewals, ensuring they are kept informed on Branch matters
  • Supporting a volunteer Committee of Management to be able to steer and govern the society
  • Promote the Society in the local area
  • Develop active involvement of members
  • Build relationships with the local community

Job Requirements

As an Administrator, you must have/be:

  • Friendly, outgoing and organised, with an ability to work to deadlines and without close supervision, delivering on measurable targets
  • A peoples’ person with excellent communication skills
  • Able to speak confidently in front of groups of people
  • Patient and diplomatic
  • Able to negotiate, persuade, organise, plan and manage your own time
  • A good working knowledge of MS Office, internet, email and social media
  • Basic bookkeeping experience
  • Excellent interpersonal skills - enjoys meeting new people and capable of ensuring that everyone feels part of the organisation

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