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JOB VACANCY: OXPIP – Office Manager (Maternity Cover) (p/t)

July 12, 2021

Role summary: We have an exciting opportunity to join the OXPIP team temporarily as our Office Manager in a Maternity Cover position. This role is pivotal in ensuring the provision of Parent-Infant Therapy across Oxfordshire.

As the Office Manager you will be responsible for the day-to-day management of OXPIP’s finance administration, HR and provide support for all OXPIP Staff and Trustees in their work.

We are looking for someone who is highly organised and efficient, with a professional and solution-focussed approach, with a relevant professional qualification and proven experience of office management. This experience would ideally include administering book-keeping and payroll, HR processes and using Customer Relationship Management systems and reporting.

​OXPIP is a pioneering charity with a national reputation as a specialist in the field of parent-infant psychotherapy. For over 20 years we have helped parents and their babies to build close and loving relationships from the start of life. Our vision is to contribute to a more responsible and empathetic society through an intensive focus on positive early relationships and emotional well-being.

Job location (usual place of work): Kidlington, Oxfordshire, with some home working possible

Pay rate: £24,000 – £29,000

Pay is pro rata?: Yes

Job title: OXPIP

Applications close on date: Friday 30th July 2021

Hours are: Part time

Contract is: Temporary

To apply, please contact: To apply please complete the OXPIP form which can be downloaded from our website: www.oxpip.org.uk/oxpip-office-manager-maternity-cover and email to recruitment@oxpip.org.uk.

CVs and covering letters will not be accepted.

​If you have any questions, please email recruitment@oxpip.org.uk

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