Malvern Cube is a youth and community centre, run by Malvern Youth and Community Trust (MYCT), Registered Charity Number 1166088. In our decision making and daily operation we are guided by a set of core values that shape the way we do things. We aim to be responsive to community need, accessible, inclusive, affordable, ethical, diverse and sustainable. The post of Centre Manager is a fantastic opportunity for someone who embraces our ethos and has the drive, passion, experience and vision to take Malvern Cube into the next chapter of its adventure.
Malvern Cube has grown enormously since it opened in 2012 and is now an exciting space for the community and young people of Malvern. We have strong environmental credentials and use solar power to help an older building meet modern standards of sustainability. We hire rooms to individuals, groups and clubs for educational, social and therapeutic means and our clientele are aged from 0 – 100! We estimate our annual footfall to be approximately 3000, (and growing!) and we have over 50 classes and activities running each week. There is a regular youth club with Youth Café run from the Centre, our theatre space is well used by a variety of both well known and amateur performers and we are home to Reaction Theatre Makers, a unique and talented theatre company, who work with abled and differently abled adults and people with learning disabilities, (visit www.reactiontheatremakers.com).
We are proud of our in-house cafe, The Garden Cafe, which prepares nutritious and delicious food fresh on site every weekday, using ingredients which are locally sourced, including fruits, salads, herbs and vegetables picked from our own community garden.
Business Administrator Vacancy – Closing Date 5pm 19th March 2020
Malvern Cube is seeking a highly organised and personable Business Administrator to support our thriving Community Centre, helping us to operate more efficiently. The Business Administrator will make a direct contribution to the cost effectiveness of our charity by seeking best value and maximising the occupancy of our space. This role focusses on the essential tasks of receiving and planning room bookings from a wide range of customers, including for both small and large scale events. The role will also necessitate generating invoices and ensuring that they are paid in a timely manner. Direct liaison with a wide range of people is required and so someone with a friendly, person centred approach and a can do attitude is essential.
If you would like to use your financial and administrative skills to support the success of our busy community centre, please send your CV and a letter of application stating how your skills and experience meet the criteria of the Job Description and Person Specification to email@example.com
Hours: Monday – Friday 9am – 1pm, (20 hours per week)
Salary: £19,945 p.a. pro rata
Required: minimum of two years of relevant office experience.
Knowledge of quickbooks preferred