Admin Assistant-Dundee Museum of Transport

We are looking for an enthusiastic Admin Assistant to support the day-to-day running of our busy office at the Dundee Museum of Transport.
Opportunity details
We would like a motivated and positive individual to undertake general admin tasks such as filing, photocopying, data entry, answering the phone and to pass on telephone messages. You’ll develop skills in MS Word, Outlook, Excel and Powerpoint. We’re keen for volunteers who work well independently, use initiative, pay attention to detail and are confident on the phone. The post is 5 hours per week on a Monday or a Friday from 10am – 3pm.
Organisation aims and objectives
Preservation and collection of historical and vintage vehicles to advance and promote heritage and education of the general public. To provide training in vehicle restoration, and organise meetings and lectures on a wide range of transport and vehicle subjects.

Experience required:
No previous skills or experience required however this is a customer facing role that would suit an outgoing and well-organised individual who can work well on their own. An interest in the heritage or transport sector would be advantageous however it is not a requirement.
Travel details:
Dundee Museum of Transport, Unit 10 Market Mews, Market Street, Dundee, DD1 3LA. From the City Centre, the museum is served by the #5 and #10. The nearest bus stop is at the top of Market Street on the Broughty Ferry Road.
Minimum age:
Travel expenses:
One return bus journey per week on receipt of ticket
Expenses paid:
Support options:
Named Contact For Volunteer Wheelchair Access/Disabled Access Toilet

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