Provides general administration support to a department or project. Administrators work in both technical and non-technical departments.
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- Prepares and maintains spreadsheets, reports, databases, project plans, etc.
- Maintains manual/electronic filing systems
- Collates and processes timesheets, expenses, invoices/purchase orders, etc.
- Handles incoming calls and refers callers to appropriate personnel.
- Arranges meetings, ensures documentation for meetings is prepared in a timely manner.
- Makes business/offshore travel arrangements
- Maintains holiday/leave schedules and personnel movement planners
- Prepares technical documentation packs, manuals, procedural documents, etc.
- Undertakes, or arranges, photocopying and printing activities
Administrators are responsible for supporting a manager, team or department with a wide range of office based activities. The management of information, record-keeping and documentation control is a very important activity in every business and organisation.
- Strong IT skills
- Good organisation and administration skills
- HNC/HND in Business or Administration related topic (or equivalent)
- Good verbal and written communication skills
- Good attention to detail/produces accurate work
£16,000 - £18,000
£20,000 - £28,000
Senior Administrator, Administration Supervisor or Personal Assistant