Database Administrator

30 hours per week

Salary £17,731 per annum


Pension contribution after probationary period

Four weeks holiday pay

We are looking for a highly motivated Database Administrator for the Charity. This role will suit someone that is currently working in office administration or within a Finance department, and has a great deal of experience of using Excel, Microsoft Office, external portals and has excellent IT skills. The ability to keep accurate financial records of our donations is key to this role, as well as good communication with the other team members. The administrator also produces letters for donors, attendance lists for events and all registrations for mass participation events.

The work involves all aspects of financial administration to support the Fundraising Team. The ideal candidate will have great communication skills, be a team player, have a flexible attitude and the ability to work and focus in a very busy department.

A commitment to the values of the Charity are important. Support is needed during unsociable hours to help at fundraising events on at least four occasions during the year.

If you are interested and would like to find out more please email  for an application pack by e-mail.

Please note that although we can accept CVs you will also need to complete an application form.

This vacancy was advertised in 2020 but not filled due to the pandemic so previous applicants may apply.

Beams is a local charity based in Hextable that supports disabled children and their families in Kent.

To find out more about our work please see our website

Closing date for applications: 23/04/2021

Interview date: 29/4/2021


Needed for All School Holidays

Sessional Workers                         

We need to recruit several new part-time sessional workers for the school holidays to work with our disabled children within our Short Breaks Service.

The ideal candidate will be available during the week in the school holidays to work with disabled children on inclusive play schemes we are organising at local leisure centres or with children with severe and complex needs that will be based at our centre in Hextable.

Hours are usually 9-5pm approximately and days are flexible.

  • Good rates of Pay.
  • Part-time flexible hours,
  • Full training will be given.
  • DBS check is essential.

This position would suit a trainee doctor, nurse, school teacher, graduate or anyone interested in SEN or social care. Please call the Short Breaks Team

T: 01322 668501 x6 E:

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