|Salary||£16000 - £18000 per annum||Sector||Professional & Admin|
16k-18k depending on experience
Must drive due to location
We are looking for an administrator that is looking at working for a well established business in Kenilworth.
The individual must possess excellent admin and organisational skills. They must be computer literate and comfortable working with computerised systems. Other key skills that are important to our organisation are that you are a quick learner and a team player. High importance is placed on attention to detail, enthusiasm, conscientiousness, as well as drive and determination to ensure a job is well done.
Employees should be able to deal with telephone calls in a professional and efficient manner. Electronic searches using the company's systems (whilst the caller is on the telephone) may be used to resolve any queries the caller may have. We are a service industry and therefore high standards of professionalism are required when dealing with Clients and Advisers alike.
A high standard of written English is required in order to respond to enquiries either by email or letter.
They should be familiar with all aspects of general office duties and admin. In addition, they should be PC literate – The candidate will require a thorough working knowledge of using MS Outlook/Word and a basic level of using MS Excel.
Employees should be able to carry out searches, electronically view documents, input data and correspond by e-mail quickly and efficiently following training.
Employees will be expected to draft documents (following training) with no/minimal typing errors. Names of clients and correct postal addresses are examples of drafting where particular care must be taken. Style of language should be appropriate to the targeted audience and grammar/ punctuation should be of a very high standard.
Employees must work well together and provide assistance to each other when necessary. This will usually only be achievable if each employee is in control of their own workload and aware of their colleagues' cases.