Regional Office Administrator

England | Devon
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England | Devon
Tiverton Office
Job function
Administration & Support
£15,570 - £18,018 per annum

Hours: 17.5 hours per week

Closing date:  4th October 2020

Interview date: 12th & 13th October 2020

You will work as part of the Marie Curie regional administration team in the Tiverton office, responsible for the co-ordination of all administration work relating to the South West Regional Team. You will act as a link between Central Departments and the Region, providing support to all Regional staff and visiting team members.

As the first point of contact for the regional team, you will receive visitors, handle incoming calls, and deal pro-actively with enquiries and support communication within the regional office. This will include general office duties as well as full secretarial support, producing correspondence, reports, minutes, management information, presentations and other documents – to include audio/copy/dictated methods. You will also organise and maintain working diaries for the regional team, making appointments as necessary, as well as arranging travel and accommodation arrangements from time to time.

IT literacy, proven administration experience and a professional and sensitive telephone manner are essential as is experience of working in a customer service environment. Your ability to prioritise your work, juggling a variety of changing demands will be key. The willingness to travel throughout the region and on occasions maybe further afield is essential.

If you want to work in an organisation that really makes a difference every day, we want to hear from you.

For more information or an informal chat please contact our Office Supervisor, Jill Dallow on 07515 135525

Please note that Marie Curie is not an NHS Employer, however successful candidates may be eligible to continue contributions into their NHS Pension Scheme.

We reserve the right to close this vacancy early should we receive a high volume of applications.

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