Hours: 37 hours per
Contract Type: Permanent
seeking to appoint an Administrative Officer within the Central Management
Support Team who will be required to provide a full range of administrative
duties and support functions.
The post holders will be required to organise and minute confidential and
sensitive meetings to a high standard. These meetings will contain complex
information, therefore proven minute taking skills are essential. You will
gather and analyse data, so you will need to demonstrate that you have
excellent IT skills with a good knowledge of a variety of IT packages,
including Excel. You will have the opportunity to review and implement new
systems within the service as well as work closely with the team members and
the group manager, so being able to communicate effectively both verbally and
in writing is also essential.
approach to work and a willingness to learn is essential as is the ability to
work within a team and under pressure.
information or an informal discussion please contact Sophie Day at Sophie.day@IOW.gov.uk or call (01983)
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