Hertfordshire County Council are seeking a Support Officer to join their team in Apsley. If you're looking for a new opportunity this could be the perfect steppingstone for you to take.
We are looking for someone with exceptional organisational and problem-solving skills to be our go-to person in the office. If you're someone who gets great satisfaction from resolving issues, streamlining processes, and generally helping your colleagues to have a better day, then don't hesitate to apply for the role of Administrator at Hertfordshire County Council today.
As an Administrator you will have:
- A good working knowledge of Microsoft Office package including Word, Excel and PowerPoint
- Flexibility and ability to prioritise tasks and workload to meet deadlines.
- A confident, professional phone manner and ability to answer calls with ease.
- Great oral and written communication skills.
You will have:
- Enthusiasm to develop skills and knowledge
- Adaptability to change and willing to embrace new ideas and processes
- A high level of attention to detail
- The ability to work in a fast-paced environment
- The ability to work unsupervised and deliver quality work across multiple tasks within required deadlines
- Good use of initiative when appropriate
- A positive and can-do attitude
- A friendly and approachable manner
- The ability to work within a team
In this role, your day-to-day duties will often depend on the type of company you work for. But common tasks will include making sure all relevant administrative duties are taken care of so the business can run smoothly. This will usually include:
- Taking internal phone calls
- Processing any time-sensitive requests
- Understanding and interpreting data at a basic level
- Maintaining and updating information held on a data base or manually
- Articulating and maintaining good working relationships with colleagues and clients
- Update and manage computer databases and spreadsheets.
- Provide reports and assist in compiling information such as statutory returns, manage and track expenditure.
- Provide professional support to Senior Officers and Managers dealing with confidential and sensitive matters.
- Manage team commitments, avoiding scheduling conflicts and arrange meetings and training courses, venues and agendas.
- Supervise workload of Assistant Support Officer, providing cover in absence.
So if you're ready to demonstrate your great organisational and problem-solving skills in a new environment, then apply for the role of Support Officer at Hertfordshire County Council today.
Please be aware this advert will remain open until the vacancy has been filled. Interviews will take place throughout this period, therefore we encourage you to apply early to avoid disappointment.
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