Description✓I am currently recruiting for a responsible Administrator to organise my clients Construction company’s day-to-day operations
✓Experience working within a Construction/ FM Company would be preferable!
✓Salary: Upto £26,000 DOE
✓Location: Normanton, Wakefield
✓Your job will be to provide clerical support to our managers and employees and coordinate all daily administrative activities.
✓The Successful Candidate should be highly organised and able to multitask with ease
✓The Administrator’s main tasks include managing office equipment, booking meetings and events, arranging travel and distributing mail
✓Our ideal candidate has experience as an Office Administrator, Secretary or relevant administrative role
✓You should also be familiar with office software [e.g
✓MS Office], including word processors, spreadsheets and presentations.
✓Ultimately, a successful Administrator should be able to ensure our office procedures run smoothly.
✓* Book meetings and schedule events
✓* Order office stationery and supplies
✓* Maintain internal databases
✓* Submit expense reports
✓* Keep employee records [physical and digital]
✓* Maintain a filing system for data on customers and external partners
✓* Distribute incoming and outgoing mail
✓* Prepare regular reports and presentations
✓* Organise, store and print company documents as needed
✓* Answer and redirect phone calls
✓* Make travel arrangements
✓* Handle queries from managers and employees
✓* Update office policies and ensure compliance with them
✓Requirements and skills
✓* Proven experience as an Administrator, Administrative Assistant or relevant role
✓* Familiarity with office equipment, including printers
✓* Knowledge of office policies and procedures
✓* Experience with office management tools [MS Office software, in particular]
✓* Excellent organisational and time-management skills
✓* Strong written and oral communication skills
✓* Problem-solving attitude with an eye for detail
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