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ADMINISTRATIVE Officer Remote, United Kingdom

(Unpaid role, Volunteering)

Estimate of time needed: 5-10 hours / month

The Enabled Archaeology Foundation is a registered charity whose mission is to empower, enable and combat negative attitudes to dis/Abled involvement in heritage. The objectives are the promotion of equality and diversity for the public benefit by working to assist all disabled people to access archaeology, promoting a culture of equality for all disabilities in archaeology, and educating the public in enabled archaeology. We are an Inclusive organisation, and we raise awareness of Enabled Archaeology through research, field work, and media channels. We create accessible, inclusive, and empowering opportunities for Enabled Archaeologists.


To provide full and comprehensive assistance for all aspects of administration and system support within the EAF Committee, ensuring its effective and efficient organisation and function.

Could you shine as EAF Committee’s next Administrator? Here’s what you need to know before applying:

Your Key Responsibilities will include:

  • Work closely with the Committee members and provide administrative support
  • Schedule and organise Teams meetings; participate in meetings as required.
  • Capture and distribute accurate minutes and agendas
  • Provide general diary management
  • Keeping the shared Drive up to date and organised always
  • Supporting committee members by undertaking ad-hoc projects when needed
  • Producing reports and presentations when needed
  • Answering email queries, usually through a central inbox

Key skills, attributes and experience:

To perform this role successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

  • Previous experience in an administrative role is desirable
  • Have excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrate brilliant timekeeping and reliability
  • Excellent organisational skills and good time management
  • Be a committed and honest individual who always works to very high standards
  • Competent IT and keyboard skills. Proficient in MS Office.
  • Fluency in English both written and spoken is essential.
  • Can-do attitude, enthusiastic to learn, forward thinking, open to unexpected challenges, logical and analytical approach to challenges
  • Candidates must also be prepared to undertake training as necessary for the role.

EOIs should comprise a covering letter explaining why you are suitable for the role as outlined in the role description, and an abbreviated CV including 2 references.  They should be sent to Dr Abi Hunt by the 24th February 2023. All applicants will be contacted by 26th February 2023, and discussions with David (Chair of Trustees) and Abi (Director) will be arranged for the week commencing 27th February 2023.

The EAF Committee is committed to working with and providing reasonable adjustments to disabled people. If, because of medical condition or disability, you need a reasonable adjustment for any part of the application or interview process, please let us know in advance the nature of your request along with your contact information.