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£52 £55 per day
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JOB TITLE: ADMINISTRATOR/ RECEPTIONIST
REPORTS TO: CENTRE LEAD
£17,364 - 18,425 pro-rata 18.5 hours 39 weeks
Role and Responsibilities
Main duties and responsibilities:
Job Description and Person Specification:
5 GCSE’s at A-C, including English & Maths or equivalent qualification in related area or equivalent experience.
Experience of providing high-level support in a busy, politically sensitive environment
Experience of using a wide range of office equipment and ICT software, information systems in an administrative environment.
Experience of working as a Personal Assistant/Secretary
Experience of producing meeting minutes and documents of a high quality
Knowledge of and commitment to Academy policies including Child Protection, Health & Safety and Equal Opportunities.
High level of ICT skills including knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Access.
Excellent telephone manner.
Self-starter, work on own initiative, strong organisational skills, and good written communications. Ability to establish priorities and meeting agreed targets and deadlines.
Demonstrate a clear commitment to the team approach; exchanging ideas and providing support to colleagues.
Ability to build effective working relationships with a wide variety of individuals
Proven high communication skills, oral and written in order to produce detailed reports and memos.
Evidence of well-developed interpersonal skills. Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing, negotiating ability and tact to promote good relationships within and outside the Academy.
Draw logical and accurate conclusions from sometimes complex information. Experience of data gathering and
Embrace responsibility for identifying sound and effective solutions to a variety of different problems.
Experience of managing and organising a senior manager’s daily and forward work programme.
Demonstrates attention to detail and an ability to stick at routine tasks.
Ability to set up and develop administrative systems and use the internet as a research tool
Ability to ensure the Trust’s equal opportunities policies are implemented and monitored.
Professional demeanour, good interpersonal skills and ability to deal with various members of public and senior management.