Administrator

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Job Description
Jobs in London For Students, We are looking for a sharp administrator to provide leadership support and keep the office running smoothly and efficiently. In this role, you will be required to oversee administrative and clerical activities; greet and direct office visitors; collect, organize, and retrieve information and documents; and make arrangements for meetings and travel.
To be a successful administrator, you should be committed to facilitating smooth, efficient office operations by planning carefully, anticipating needs, and providing responsive, reliable assistance. You should be adaptable, proactive, supportive, and detail-oriented.
In law an administrator can be: a person appointed by the court to handle the estate of someone who died without a will. In United Kingdom bankruptcy law, an office holder appointed under an Administration Order in relation to a company in financial difficulty, as an alternative to liquidation. 
An Administrator, or Administrative Assistant, performs clerical duties to help an office run smoothly and efficiently. Their duties include answering phone calls and emails, greeting and directing office visitors to designated meeting areas and building spreadsheets or presentations for leadership staff.
Job Details

Hiring Organization
Barts Health NHS Trust

Post Name
Administrator

Qualification
Any Graduate

Industry
Private

Employment Type
Full Time

Work Hours
8 Hours

Salary
GBP 18 To GBP 22 Per Hour

Location
London, England, United Kingdom E1 1BB

About Organization
Barts Health NHS Trust is an NHS trust based in London, England. Established in , it runs five hospitals throughout the City of London and East London, and is one of the largest NHS trusts in England.
The trust was established following the dissolution and merger of Barts and The London NHS Trust, Newham University Hospital NHS Trust and Whipps Cross University Hospital NHS Trust. The trust serves a population of over 2.6 million people, in an area characterised by significant diversity and health inequalities.
It is one of the largest NHS trusts in England and accounts for 1.5% of hospital activity in England. It provides district general hospital services to the London Boroughs of Tower Hamlets, Waltham Forest and Newham, and also specialist,
or “tertiary”, services to a wider area, including some on a national basis. It runs the largest cardiovascular centre in the United Kingdom, the second largest cancer centre in London, and leading stroke and renal units.
Administrator Responsibilities For Jobs in London For Students

Supporting company leadership and supervising administrative department activities for staff members.
Greeting office visitors and directing them to the appropriate parties.
Handling basic office tasks, such as filing, delivering mail, answering emails and phone calls, and data entry.
Coordinating schedules and managing calendars for multiple parties to ensure that activities are properly arranged with no conflicts.
Making travel arrangements and preparing documents, presentation materials, and facilities for meetings.
Entering and updating company, employee, and client records.
Ordering, storing and distributing office supplies.
Maintaining, repairing, or replacing office equipment.
Directing, reviewing, and optimizing office operations to increase accuracy, productivity, and efficiency and reduce costs.
Providing basic bookkeeping services.

Administrator Requirements For Jobs in London For Students

Additional education, certifications, or experience is advantageous.
Understanding of accounting principles and bookkeeping software may be required.
Familiarity with office technology and equipment, including computers, fax machines, scanners, printers, phone systems, etc.
Proactive, organized approach to multitasking.
Professional appearance, courteous manner, and clear, friendly phone voice.

Administrator Skills For Jobs in London For Students

Exceptional verbal and written communication skills.
Strong leadership and interpersonal skills.
Communication skills. Office administrators or office coordinators will be required to have proven written and oral communication skills.
Filing / paper management.
Bookkeeping.
Typing.
Equipment handling.
Customer service skills.
Research skills.
Self-motivation.

Administrator Benefits For Jobs in London For Students

Getting to do a little bit of everything.
Working with everyone at the company.
Guiding a company’s strategic direction.
Making plans.
Finding growth within the same role.
Being in the know.
Facing challenges and solving puzzles.
Enjoying a variable, but busy, schedule.

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