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JOB VACANCY: Oxford Against Cutting – Office Manager and Schools Coordinator (p/t)

July 14, 2022

Role summary: Oxford Against Cutting (OAC) tackles female genital mutilation (FGM), honour-based abuse (HBA) and body image of girls and women living in the Thames Valley. Our charity primarily focuses on education and awareness-raising to protect girls at risk and support survivors. We ensure people from FGM- and HBA- affected communities and young people are at the forefront of our work.
We are currently seeking an Office Manager to provide professional and efficient administrative support, ensuring effective running of the charity “office” and daily business.

Job location (usual place of work): Oxfordshire and home-based

Pay rate: £15 per hour

Pay is pro rata?: Yes

Job title: Office Manager and Schools Coordinator

Applications close on date: 5 pm on 16th September 2022

Hours are: Part time

Contract is: Fixed term

Job description:

– To be responsible for the smooth running of the charity “office”, dealing with enquiries by telephone, email and post, and maintaining filing systems (both electronic and hard copy).

– To liaise with schools and facilitators to arrange bookings of OAC’s training and workshops.

– To liaise with staff, Trustees, consultants and external organisations to arrange meetings, prepare agendas and draft minutes.

– To undertake word processing, electronic communication, telephone communication, filing, printing and photocopying work as required by the charity team, book meeting rooms and coordinate events accordingly.

– To process invoices and maintain records.

– To assist with keeping contact databases and records up to date.

– To draft, type and dispatch charity office correspondence as requested.

– To support the CEO, Project Manager and Chairperson where appropriate.

– To attend regular meetings as required.

Full details at:

To apply, please contact: Kate Agha, CEO at

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