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Administrator

Administrator

Permanent

Location - Horsham

£Negotiable

Overview:

We are seeking an Administrator who will be responsible for providing a range of administrative support within and across services as determined by the Team Manager.

Your responsibilities as an Administrator: (This may vary depending on where you are placed within the business):

  • To locally deliver a flexible administrative service to a diverse range of internal clients to a high standard
  • Deliver timely and efficient specialist financial administrative support to a team or across teams with an awareness of team requirements
  • Taking notes, requiring intense concentration over lengthy periods, analysing and interpreting complicated information which is also sensitive/disturbing/highly confidential, such as note taking at Child Protection conferences
  • Communicate with and develop good working relationships with a wide and diverse range of people, such as Senior Management, customers, key contacts and members of the public
  • To co-ordinate case conferences or events which involve: arranging dates, booking of rooms, informing attendees of arrangements and distribution of highly confidential papers within statutory timescales
  • Responsible for the care of, accuracy, confidentiality, security and maintenance of admin related manual and/or computerised information.
  • As a member of a resource pool, undertake a range of tasks. Allocate work to other members of the resource team to manage workloads across the team. This will include duties covering busy reception on a rota basis
  • Remain up to date and compliant with all relevant organisational procedures, policies and professional codes of conduct in order to uphold standards of best practice
  • Support equality and diversity and respect customers, clients and other members of staff regardless of gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, religion or ethnic origin.

You:

  • Demonstrable office experience using administrative office systems and practices
  • Good understanding of data management, including collection and processing
  • Relevant theoretical or organisational knowledge of systems, procedures and policies associated with operating an administrative service
  • Good knowledge of a wide and varied range of ICT software
  • Experience of working within administrative office systems/practices and providing effective flexible administrative support to various service areas
  • Demonstrable evidence of organising and handling data sets, of turning data into information and providing administrative output i.e. Word, Excel etc.
  • Ability to take electronic notes in meetings
  • Good at organising day to day workload in order to follow/meet a given brief
  • Experience and confidence in dealing with people and the ability to establish credibility at all levels of the organisation.

If it sounds like a role you would be interested in, please apply with your send your CV now to [email removed]-intec.com

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Intec (UK) Ltd was established in 1980 by Engineers for Engineers. We deliver Global Recruitment Solutions within the Oil & Gas, Power, Nuclear, Utilities, Rail, Construction and Aerospace Sectors for Owner/Operators, Consultancies, Contractors and Sub-Contractors.

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