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Administrative Assistant Job Duties
The postholder is required to provide comprehensive administrative support to the Chief Executive Department. To ensure a wide range of documents are produced efficiently to a corporate standard and provide support in an effective and professional manner.
• Maintain the Department’s stationary stocks
• Produce work within set targets and deadlines
• Dealing with incoming and outgoing post
• Receiving visitors to the Chief Executive’s Office
• Assist in administering the Council’s purchasing and processing of invoices for payment in accordance with the Council’s procedures and processes
• Liaise with other members of staff both within and outside the team
• Work as a member of a team, sharing knowledge and skills
• Provide any other general support to the Department as required in order to facilitate the efficient running of the team.
• Provide administrative support to the Leader, The Executive and other Members to include:
i. Dealing with enquiries, correspondence, administrative and typing
ii. Maintaining confidential filing systems
iii. liaising regarding meeting arrangements
iv. Management of diaries
• Prepare documents to a high corporate standard – including reports, letters, memos, minutes, agendas and other confidential documents (such as external bids, priority delivery plans, self assessments etc.)
• Co-ordinating the distribution of agendas and supporting papers for meetings as appropriate and within a timely manner
• Deal with enquiries, taking messages and completing tasks as appropriate from outside bodies, Elected Members, general public and colleagues via telephone, post, fax or in person
• Maintaining and develop the Department’s filing and indexing systems both electronic and manual
• Arranging meetings and civic events, co-ordinating arrangements (such as room bookings, organising refreshments, IT equipment, travel, accommodation etc.)
• Maintaining diaries both electronic and paper (including the Chairman of the Council)
• Liaising with the Chairman/Vice Chairman regarding details of requirements and engagements, assisting in such other duties as necessary to ensure the successful undertaking of his/her civic duties (i.e. Weekly diary sheets, acknowledgement/acceptance or decline of invitations etc.)
The postholder will be expected to have relevant administrative knowledge and word processing/computer skills.
Excellent communication skills and confident in the use of the telephone, IT software pages- ideally, Word and Excel.
Training will be available to enhanced existing knowledge or skills to meet the requirements of the post.