Contact York Older People’s Assembly (YOPA)

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If you would like further information on York Older People’s Assembly, or have any questions or suggestions – we’d love to hear from you!

Please call us direct on 07856 908586 (temp), email us yorkolderpeoplesassembly@outlook.com, or fill in the form below and we will get back to you.

    Unit 24, SPARK:YORK
    17-21 Piccadilly
    York
    YO1 9FB

    Phone: 07856 908586 (temp)
    Email: yorkolderpeoplesassembly@outlook.com

    We’re hiring!

    We’re looking for a part time Administration Assistant to join our team!

    Job Purpose

    • To be the first line of contact to York Older People’s Assembly in a friendly and professional manner via all communication channels
    • To provide efficient day-to-day administrative, financial and business support for YOPA trustees

    Main duties and responsibilities:

    1. To provide day to day administration of the Assembly, assisting the Chair and Executive Committee in undertaking their responsibilities.
    2. To act as clerk to the Executive Committee, including: take minutes and circulate these and other relevant papers; maintain complete electronic and paper files relating to the governance of YOPA; arrange meeting venues etc.
    3. To ensure the smooth running of the office function, including dealing with correspondence and responding to queries.

    Click here for a full job description and further details.

    How to apply:
    Please email your application letter and CV to Mr James Cannon, Chair of York Older People’s Assembly at YOPAChair@outlook.com

    Closing date: 12-07-2021

    York Older People's Assembly
    York Older People's Assembly

    Tel: 07856 908586

    Email: yorkolderpeoplesassembly@outlook.com

    Unit 24, SPARK:YORK, 17-21 Piccadilly

    YORK YO1 9PB

    Working for older people in York. YOPA aims to:

    1. represent the views of older people in York to decision makers locally and nationally.
    2. Inform older people about services that are available.
    3. Identify where needs are not being met.