We are a small family business, that is growing rapidly. We are an electrical contractor, that works mainly across the commercial sector, and complete a small portion of domestic works.
Description of Vacancy
We are an electrical contractor, a small family run business that is growing rapidly.
The administrator will support the day to day running of the business within the administration sector, and assist the office manager with general adhoc admin duties. They will assist with the admin duties as discussed above but will also assist with managing the warehouse, and stock enquiries. From purchase order to supplier invoice, and restocking of our engineer vans.
We are looking to hire an Administrator to assist with the busy office, and working alongside the office manager. The role will include adhoc administrative duties, and you will work as part of a team to ensure the day to day running of the business runs smoothly.
- Providing office support to management team
- Keeping organised with all filing
- Assist with research where required
- Answering office telephone
- Assisting with CRM System
- Managing stock levels within the warehouse, and engineers’ vans
- Following purchasing process’ through from PO to invoice
- Assisting with the processing or supplier invoices and statements
- General Data entry where required
- Dealing with Post and Deliveries
Weekly wage is £200 (£5.71 per hour)
A pay review will take place after 6 months of service.
Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm, with unpaid I hour unpaid lunch break.
Total – 35 hours a week
20% paid time during working hours is given to complete training, referred to as “Off the Job Training”
- Good Time Management
- Basic IT Skills
- Problem Solving
- Good telephone manner
- Ability to Multi-task
- Team Player
- Willing to learn
- Good work ethic.
GCSE Grade 9 - 4 (or A - C) in English and Maths. Or equivalent qualifications in these subjects.
On the job training with the employer whilst working towards the Apprenticeship Standard – Business administrators have a highly transferable set of knowledge, skills and behaviours that can be applied in all sectors. This includes small and large businesses alike, from the public sector, private sector and charitable sector. The role may involve working independently or as part of a team and will involve developing, implementing, maintaining and improving administrative services. Business administrators develop key skills and behaviours to support their own progression towards management responsibilities.