We exist to improve the lives
of everyone affected by epilepsy


Database Administration Assistant - part time

£7,211.88 annual salary
The post works a 17.25hr, 2.5 day week with a flex time scheme

National charity Epilepsy Action is looking to recruit someone to work within an existing team on a part time basis. You will assist in the daily processing of information onto our supporters database and general office and clerical duties. We are looking for someone to work the second part of the week, Wednesday afternoon to Friday.

Previous experience of using membership databases would be preferred, with experience of using a word processing package being essential. You must have good verbal communications with an understanding of good customer care and be able to talk to people in a sensitive manner.

A full description of our requirements is available in the job description and person specification which can be found here: https://www.epilepsy.org.uk/databaseadminassistant

For an application pack, please click the link located below, email recruitment@epilepsy.org.uk or contact our recruitment line on 0113 210 8835

No CVs will be accepted.

Closing date: 14 May 2017
Interviews: 26 May 2017
Job reference: DAA-0517
Epilepsy Action is a registered charity in England No. 234343

Application forms

Please send electronic applications to recruitment@epilepsy.org.uk and printed applications to Recruitment, Epilepsy Action, New Anstey House, Gate Way Drive, Yeadon, Leeds LS19 7XY

Epilepsy Action is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to the training and development of its staff.

Epilepsy Action is a Disability Confident employer. We encourage applications from disabled people. We will interview all disabled applicants who meet the essential criteria in the person specification.

Event Date: 
Wednesday 15 February 2017 - 15:09

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I have been an epileptic since I was 16 years old ( 1969 ) and am one of the " lucky " one's who have been able to live with it and lead a normal life. I have been married for 42 years and have 3 sons who are married. It is because of this family support that I have been able to deal and live with my condition. I would love to assist others who are finding it hard to deal with family and friends who have epilepsy. Regards, Rod

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