Admin Job Description/Responsibilities
- Dealing with telephone and email enquiries;
- Creating and maintaining filing systems;
- Scheduling and attending meetings, creating agendas and taking minutes
- Keeping diaries and arranging appointments;
- Booking rooms and conference facilities;
- Organising and storing paperwork, documents and computer-based information;
- Photocopying and printing various documents, sometimes on behalf of other colleagues;
- Recruiting, training, delegating work as required;
- Doing assessments in the community.
- Doing on call once a month and one evening in the week (extra money)
- Delivering care in the community in emergencies.
What to expect
- Work is not always office based.
- The nature of the role is to support colleagues in and out of the office.
- The role can be stressful at times, since the work is always focused on the needs of the manager or team. Deadlines may be imposed suddenly, demanding flexibility and reprioritisation of workload.
You will need to have:
- Driving licence
- Strong organisational skills;
- Presentation skills and attention to detail;
- The ability to plan your own work, work on your own initiative and meet deadlines;
- The ability to manage pressure and conflicting demands and prioritise tasks and workload;
- Oral and written communication skills;
- Tact, discretion and respect for confidentiality;
- A pleasant, confident telephone manner;
- Reliability and honesty;
- Project management skills.
Training to be provided:
At level 3 City & Guilds Apprenticeship In Bus Admin
Level 2 Functional Skills in Math & English
End Point Assessment