Public Health Admin Officer -Enhanced CRB/DBS

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Recruiter
Teqniq Ltd
Location
London
Salary
10.30 GBP Hourly
Posted
28 Jul 2017
Expires
25 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Freelance

Our client is looking for an experienced Public Health Admin Officer to work on a 36 hour per week contract role top start on the 31-08-17 until the 31-10-17 with a likely extension. All candidates must hold a Enhanced CRB/DBS which is 12 months old

Hours: 9:00 am to 5:30 pm, Monday to Friday.

The Administrative Officer is responsible for processing either section based administrative processes, or corporate administrative systems on behalf of a particular team(s).He/she also provides general office management tasks or gives direction to junior staff in completing.

Candidate Profile

  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office at a level to compile; reports (including embedded tables / diagrams), correspondence, presentations, maintaining spreadsheets, meeting arrangements.
  • Knowledge of how equal opportunities principles apply in administrative and customer services.
  • Literacy skills in order to compile management information, non-standard correspondence, minute and produce accurate records of meetings.

    4 Numeracy skills in order to compile simple statistical and financial information and undertake complex calculations.

  • Understand how to manage manual and IT based records efficiently and with appropriate confidentiality.

    6 To have clerical experience including:

    • interpreting policy/ procedural guidance and advise others accordingly
    • managing a busy workload.
    • maintaining records and administrative systems- manual & computerised
    • producing simple statistical or financial information
    • using office equipment and IT software to organise and achieve work

    7 Experience of composing written materials that meet customers' needs:-

    • original correspondence,
    • appropriate use of e-mail
    • related to the administration of meetings including note/minute taking
  • Experience of working on own initiative, organise workloads, determine priorities and meet deadlines.
  • Good interpersonal skills and the ability to encourage positive working relationships.

    10 Ability to resolve problems creatively, and disseminate information clearly