Stoke on Trent (part-time, permanent, flexible hours)
£8.50 per hour (£16,350 per year, pro rata)
Due to further expansion, one of Europe’s largest flooring companies in Stoke on Trent are seeking a part-time Office Administrator to help with the day to day running and organization of the administration department. The employer offers flexible hours and the position would suit individuals looking to work around school runs.
As the Office Administrator your duties will be to:
- Provide customer support over the telephone and in person, dealing with customer issues and general enquiries.
- General administration including sales, marketing and financial administration.
- Prepare and send quotations to customers and confirm orders.
- Maintain and ensure the customer database is kept up-to-date.
The successful Office Administrator will have the following skills and experience:
- Excellent interpersonal skills with a positive ‘can do’ attitude to work.
- Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, with a professional telephone manner and a clear customer focus.
- Well organised, able to prioritise work and multi-task.
- Able to work under pressure, to tight deadlines and independently.
- Have a meticulous eye for detail with good problem-solving skills.
- Able to use Microsoft packages (Word, Excel, Outlook), and be familiar with Xero, although training will be given on all internal systems and processes.
- Previous experience in customer services or administration would be a distinct advantage.
You will be working 20 hours per week over three days with one hour for lunch.
In return, the Office Administrator will receive £8.50 per hour (£16,350 per year pro rata) with one hour for lunch. Along with flexible hours, you will receive 20 days annual leave plus bank holidays pro rata, free on-site parking, work place pension and on-going training opportunities.
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