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Female Office Administrator / Coordinator
Some points to bear in mind before you apply:
- Look carefully at the job description, person specification and application form. Ask yourself why you are interested in the job. Do not copy the same application form for a series of jobs.
- Please use the application form provided, continuing on separate sheets if necessary.
- Please do not send a Curriculum Vitae (CV) instead of the application form.
- Please remember to complete the Equal Opportunity Monitoring Form, as it is an essential basis for the Chrysalis Centre for Change to determine whether its Equal Opportunity Policy is working with regard to employment.
- Personal statement: This statement is one of the most important parts of your application, as you have to make your case here for selection. What you write here will play a significant part in the recruitment process.
- Finally! Check your application to ensure that you have completed every section, and then sign and date the form.
Please download the Job description and application form below:
Job Description /
Please return all applications by email to: [email protected]
and mark as “Job Application FAO (for the attention of) the Manager”
Or post to: Manager, Chrysalis Centre for Change, 1st Floor, Beacon Building, 25 College Street,
St Helens, Merseyside WA10 1TF
Deadline for receipt of applications is 4pm on Friday 14th May, 2021.
In order to minimise costs we do not acknowledge receipt of applications. If you haven’t heard anything by 4pm on Friday 21st May please assume you have been unsuccessful. In this instance, Chrysalis Centre for Change would like you to apply for any other post which you may see advertised, and for which you feel you may be suitable.
Applications for each post are considered entirely on their own merits, and lack of success in one application will not prejudice consideration given to future applications.