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Operations Administrator

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Posted: 04/03/2019
Reference: 763577
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England (map)
Salary: £18000 - £22000
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Job description

Our Hexthorpe Based client has an exciting new permanent opportunity for a highly experienced and organised Administrator.

Candidates must have a high level of computer literacy in Word and Excel, with strong word processing skills. We're looking for someone who is a solid communicator with a good telephone manner. The ideal person will have excellent general administrative experience, the will also have a smart and professional appearance.
Experience of dealing with people at all levels is essential as you will be dealing with a mixture of internal and external stakeholders through various levels of the business.

Your duties will include:
Composing confidential reports in Word
Setting up and maintaining various Excel databases
Dealing with staff queries via telephone, email or face to face
Compiling payroll data such as annual leave requests, timesheets and absence recording
Any administrative tasks required to support the business

The ideal candidate will have:
High level of accuracy
Good attention to details
Experience of dealing with payroll, wages, timesheets etc
Strong organisation and prioritising skills
Experience of working to deadlines
A confident, solutions driven person
Ideally a qualification in business administration or similar

Advantageous experience:
Experience of working in an engineering related sector

Pay and benefits:
Salary of up to £22,000
Permanent Position
Early finish on Fridays
37 hours per week 
Working hours – 8am - 4.30pm Monday to Thursday, 8am - 1pm Fridays

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