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    £9.50 - £10 per hour

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    Samantha Beale

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    11 days ago

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    Samantha Beale

Do you enjoy following processes and ensuring accuracy and attention to detail? If you enjoy being busy and managing multiple projects and being involved in all areas of invoicing and delivery processing then we could have the perfect role for you. People are what make business and as an Administrator will be instrumental in supporting the whole dispatch and delivery team. 

This Administrator role will involve supporting the busy and fast paced Proof of Delivery function for a large, multisite organisation based in Bridgwater. The role will be fully office based at their office located in Bridgwater, Somerset. You will be providing support to the whole team and the wider organisation with invoicing and delivery note queries.

The main elements of the role will be scanning and saving documents as well as dealing with incoming queries to the department by phone and email and resolving where possible or escalating where needed.

Main Responsibilities will include:
  • Responding to internal invoicing and delivery queries
  • Scanning proof of delivery documents
  • Saving scanned documents to correct locations
  • Responding to incoming emails to the department.
Successful candidates will need previous administration experience including knowledge of Word, Excel and Outlook. As well as strong organisational skills and be used to working in a fast paced environment and dealing with invoicing queries. Experience in using Excel and updating database systems will be essential for this role. 

This role would suit: Administrator, Warehouse Admin, Production Admin, Receptionist, Sales Admin, Office Manager or Graduate. 

Hours of work: 8am - 4pm Monday to Friday, with half an hour for lunch.
Rate of Pay: £9.50 per hour

The position is initially on a temporary basis.