About the apprenticeship
Ensure reception area is welcoming and tidy.
Receives visitors and deliveries/goods, dealing with associated administration (security badges, signing delivery notes)
Shows visitors around
Deals with routine enquiries, providing general information about the school and its activities - in person, by phone and email.
Be a first point of contact for students/pupils requiring help/support and referring them to other appropriate staff in school
Handle incoming mail, ensuring appropriate distribution
Handle outgoing mail, franking and posting, maintaining records of postage
Maintain stationery and office supplies
Maintain records / files / data bases, inputting and retrieving information.
Maintain petty cash system
Prepare registers and absence forms, ensuring relevant information is disseminated promptly re: absences
Undertake word processing, generating standard letters
Take minutes of meetings
Administer late and pass-out slips to students
Organise appointments, events and training
Assist with and support arrangements for school trips and visits
To be able to write routine letters, take minutes, handle/record cash, work with data bases and maintain records.
Able to communicate and exchange information, verbally and in writing, with a range of audiences.
Good knowledge of the school, its organisation, activities and policies.
Able to undertake straightforward calculations, maintain records and read and write messages and instructions.
Competent in use of software and office equipment
Able to operate a computer and have sound work processing skills.
Able to undertake routine work or work within established procedures but without close supervision. Can solve straightforward problems. Able to make some decisions involving the use of judgement.
Can maintain confidentiality at all times - recognises privileged position with access to pupil, parent and staff information. Understands the need for professional relationships within the school.
Good organisational skills
Able to stay calm and (on occasion) deal with difficult visitors
Educated to at least GCSE/GCE level (or equivalent) in English at grades A*-C or NVQ2 in Business Administration
Welsh Spoken Skills: No Welsh Written Skills: No
About the employer
Penygloddfa CP School School lane
No, we are not part of the Disability Confident Scheme from the UK Department for Work and Pensions.
Please note that all apprenticeships are open to everyone. However, some organisations have worked to achieve Disability Confident accreditation. You should always apply for the apprenticeship you feel best suited to.
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