Job Role: Team Project Administrator
Hours: Monday to Friday 8.30am – 5.30pm, 4.30pm finish on a Friday!
Harper Recruitment Group has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Administrator to join a local organisation based in Nottingham.
You will be working closely with the management team, providing administration support on a policy project.
Start date - May 2022.
What will the role involve?
Providing professional support to the Corporate Governance Manager on a Policy Project
Undertaking administrative duties such as; data entry, subject access requests, contract renewal
Training staff as required in administrative areas
Supporting on ad hoc projects
Who are we looking for?
Proven administrative experience
IT Savvy – Strong skills in Microsoft products
Experience using SharePoint is advantageous
Organised and ability to work at a fast pace
Does this sound like you? Then submit your CV today to apply!
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