Database and Information Development Administrator

£21,029 per annum, plus 5% pension contribution

35 hours pw, 1 year fixed term contract

Community Links Bromley is recruiting to this exciting new role offering an experienced administrator the opportunity to build on their current database skills and to learn about how local voluntary organisations positively impact on the health and wellbeing of local residents.

This post is a key role within a team of people focused on improving health and wellbeing. The postholder will be responsible for maintaining a robust on-line database offering health professionals and the general public access to up-to-date information about services delivered by local organisations.

Confidence in communicating with people at all levels is important as part of the role will be to promote the use of the database to organisations offering services that benefit health and wellbeing,  as well as  people in a position to refer patients or clients to those services.

Please feel free to contact Diane on 020 8315 1930 if you wish to discuss this post further.

The closing date for applications is 23rd January 2017.

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Welcome to Community Links Bromley (CLB)

Welcome to the new website of Community Links Bromley (CLB). This website is always being updated, so if there is anything you cannot find, please email Eugene.

We are a membership organisation that supports, develops and promotes the voluntary sector in the London borough of Bromley.  We provide free advice and guidance to local organisations on issues from finance and fundraising to HR and governance. We provide a detailed training and development programme and we are able to provide tailor made support including a number of chargeable services including training courses.

 We work with a range of organisations to help develop volunteer programmes and to support local residents to identify volunteer roles to suit their circumstances.