If you are looking for an administrator role where you are valued and are part of a team that supports people to change their lives every day, then this is the role for you!
At Inclusion, we value the contribution and hard work of all of our team, especially that of our administration workforce. We recognise the importance of the job you do and we know that we cannot function without you!
In this role, you will utilise all of your expertise in providing a standard administration function which will ensure the smooth running of the hub; this may be ordering stationery, coordinating rooms, answering telephones and responding to emails. But in addition to this, and most importantly, you are the first ‘face’ or ‘voice’ someone wanting help sees or hears. Their experience of us, starts with YOU.
Being an Administrator within the team is very rewarding in many ways, from supporting the team and other hubs to meeting and greeting varied clients whereby you feel honoured to be part of their treatment journey and see them flourish. I’ve worked here for 4 years and no two days are the same, which is why I love it. All the staff at all levels have such an inclusive attitude, making it one of the best organisations I have worked for in my 20+ years. After working in banking for 13+ years, I felt very disconnected from the outside world, but now I couldn’t be more part of the community and something worthwhile.
- Amy, Administrator at Inclusion Recovery Hampshire
About the role
We have two full-time roles (working 37.5 hours per week) within Inclusion Recovery Hampshire’s Andover and Winchester hubs. Part-time hours will also be considered if required.
Inclusion Recovery Hampshire is a drug and alcohol treatment and support service for individuals impacted by their own, or someone else’s, use of alcohol or drugs.
The flexibility of hybrid working, between home and the Andover or Winchester Hub, is available. Some weekend and evening work is also required on a rotational basis.
You will be the face of our service by meeting and greeting those we support with a warm welcome. This is an administrative role with a distinction, you are an important part of a team, making a difference.
If you have good admin skills, you can work in any environment. However, working with our service means that you are joining a team that looks out for each other, but also some of the most vulnerable clients who walk through the door seeking help. Methodical admin mixed with a dose of client chaos keeps the day interesting and every day is a learning day. It is challenging and rewarding and three years later I still find it enjoyable.
- Donna, Administrator at Inclusion Recovery Hampshire (Aldershot)