Band 3 General Secretary required on a temporary basis based in Bangor.
Role: Band 3 General Secretary
Rate of Pay: £8.90
Location: Lakewood Centre, Bangor
Duration: 3 months
- Word processing/audio typing letters/producing reports/spreadsheets.
- Sorting and responding to mail/emails as appropriate.
- Dealing with general enquiries.
- Maintaining diaries.
- Minute taking.
- Arranging meetings.
- Sorting and processing information.
- Preparation of statistical information.
- Dealing with requests for information.
- Making appointments.
- Maintain Filing System.
- Dealing with telephone calls.
- Provide cover at reception when necessary.
- Order stationery.
- To participate in the Trust's Appraisal Process and participate in agreed training and development initiatives when identified.
- Any other general tasks or projects within the remit of the band.
- OCR Level II Textprocessing, or equivalent
- Four GCSEs (Grade C or above) including English or English language (excluding English Literature).
- One year's secretarial or clerical experience
- Two year's secretarial or clerical experience
To be shortlisted for this role all applicants MUST meet the essential criteria. If you are interested please upload your CV to the link provided, and Leah or a member of the team will be in contact to confirm if you have been shortlisted.
Successful candidates may need to apply for an Access NI Certificate with Grafton Recruitment regardless if you already have a valid certificate. It will be a cost of between £18- £33 depending on clearance level.
PLEASE NOTE THE CLOSING DATE FOR THIS POSITION WILL BE 12th August 2019.
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