Office Administrator

Recruiter
Tirebuck Recruitment
Location
Birmingham
Salary
£15,000 per annum
Posted
10 Aug 2017
Closes
15 Sep 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Job Title: Administrator

Contract:Perm

Salary:£15,000 - £16,000

Location:Birmingham - 5 ways

Description:

A successful and fast growing company based on the outskirts of Birmingham City Centre are looking for experienced administrators to support the team. The main purpose of the role will be to provide extensive administrative and customer service support, liaising with patients, arranging appointments and inputting confidential information.

Key Duties:

*Provide full administrative support to the department.
*Update and maintain confidential patient information on the company's database.
*Answer calls and deal with enquiries from the public.
*Arrange and organise appointments in the diary.

Key Skills/Experience Required:

*Previous administration experience.
*Good IT skills including all Microsoft packages and databases.
*Immaculately presented.
*Excellent communication skills.
*Remain calm under pressure with a can do attitude.
*Able to deal with confidential information.

If you are available immediately and looking for the opportunity to join a successful, expanding market leader on a temp-perm basis and have exceptional administration/co-ordination skills, please apply asap.

If you are already registered with Tirebuck Recruitment or Allocate Recruitment, please contact your consultant to discuss suitability for this position.

Tirebuck Recruitment and Allocate Recruitment only operate in the UK and can only process applications from candidates who are currently eligible to live and work in the UK. We operate a strict equal opportunities policy.

Tirebuck Recruitment and Allocate Recruitment are divisions of Tirebuck Recruitment Ltd.

Tirebuck Recruitment Ltd acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Business Regulations 2003.