Location: Nottingham (NG8)
Job basis: Part-time (job-share) 2.5 days per week (0.5 FTE). Must be able to work on Mondays but the 1.5 days will likely be on Tuesdays (full day) and Fridays (0.5 day
Duration: 2 months initially
Our client is leading trade union based within the education sector. They are looking for an experienced administrator to assist within their membership team on an interim basis.
What you will be doing:
To work collaboratively to provide the full range of general administrative, clerical and technical services to the regional staff team, to support and ensure the timely and efficient delivery of regional services to members.
To assist regional staff in arranging, preparing for and servicing a variety of regional meetings, events and courses, both in-house and externally.
To maintain up to date hard copy and electronic filing systems and databases within the office and generate reports as requested.
To maintain familiarity with the functions, priorities and campaigning activities of the Union and the regional office to respond appropriately to incoming phone calls and correspondence and to ensure that those making contact with the office are directed to the appropriate source for advice.
To provide timely and effective clerical support for senior regional staff.
To collate information and produce spreadsheet reports from the membership system and elsewhere to inform and support the work of senior regional staff.
To liaise with colleagues in other regions and headquarters on a variety of relevant matters
To undertake all general office duties. Qualifications
A good standard of general educationResource management & Planning
Ability to manage information appropriately and to observe confidentiality;
Ability to maintain up to date and accurate data in relevant electronic and hard copy systems;
Good attention to detail and accuracy;
Good administrative and organisational skills;
Ability to work proactively and independently whilst also contributing as an effective team member;Thinking challenge
Ability to evaluate information to effectively process member enquiries;
Ability to work on own initiative within agreed parameters;
Clear and approachable telephone manner and ability to deal with callers in a confident, sensitive, sympathetic and professional manner appropriate to the circumstances;
Ability to run system processes, and provide reports in a range of formats;
Ability to write clearly and concisely;Operational delivery
Ability to provide a high standard of member service;
Skills and abilities to assist with the effective organisation and planning of a variety of events, meetings and courses;
Excellent word processing and keyboard skills;
Good IT skills including Microsoft Office Suite, in particular MS Word, outlook, excel, and PowerPoint together with any other IT applications necessary for the performance of the role;
The ability to quickly gain competency in using a variety of technological packages including the organisations membership database, bulk emailing packages and bulk texting applications.Hunter Merrifield, trading name of Huntress Search Ltd, acts as a Recruitment Agency in relation to all Permanent roles and as a Recruitment Business in relation to all Temporary roles.
PLEASE NOTE: We can only consider applications from candidates who have the right to work in the UK