Salesforce (CRM)/IT Assistant

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Organisation: Social Action for Health

Location Hackney , London (East), E8 3DQ
Where the role is based Mainly at the office
Travel limit N/A
Opportunity type Ongoing role
Reference number J54423

Opportunity description

We are looking for an experience IT professional with strong experience of Salesforce customer relationship management (CRM) systems, following last year Social Action for Health began implementing Salesforce into the organisation.

The role

At present Salesforce is running on one project,  finance /HR are next and then will gradually role out in the coming projects over the coming year.

The role would involve supporting all aspects of Salesforce system and supporting the  IT manager with any projects or organisational related work. 

In addition, particularly supporting the imminent  implementation of Salesforce in the Finance and HR area.

Required skills

  • Planning
  • Social media marketing
  • Website design
  • Financial management
  • Computer support
  • IT project management
  • Network and/or system management
  • Software development
  • Public relations
  • Training

Person description

We are looking for an experienced IT professional. The skilled volunteer would need to approach their work flexibly, be adaptable, have good written and verbal communication skills and be able to work with an eclectic staff team.

Adhere to our people values, be self motivated and have experience of working to deadlines.

What impact the opportunity will have

Social Action for Health is a small community development charity, as well as the staff team, voluntary support we have is essential in supporting our work.

What’s in it for the volunteer?

Social Action for Health is a unique and friendly community development charity and anyone that volunteers or encounters us would find it an enjoyable and valuable experience.

Time commitment

Mostly during office hours

1 day weekly (minimum) - Reviewed after 6 months. We can be very flexible.

Other details

Sense of humour is important