Friday, 14 August 2015

SATRO ARE RECRUITING!

Apprentice/Junior Administration Assistant
Full time - salary £10,500 per annum

We're looking for a bright, motivated individual to help with all aspects of business administration, including: 

• Answering telephone and email enquiries 
• Preparing materials for events 
• Support on financial matters, including invoicing 
• Database updating 
• Support on sourcing materials for events 

There would also be an opportunity for the post holder to learn basic finance, with coaching and mentoring provided by our Finance Officer. 

Future Prospects

The right candidate would ideally be interested in picking up basic finance skills, which could lead to other roles in finance if they had an aptitude for it. This position would give them a sound working knowledge of office administration and business practices, allowing them to progress into any office/business environment. SATRO works with hundred of volunteers from all types of companies across Surrey, so this is a great opportunity to find out about lots of career opportunities too. 


Skills Required

The right person needs to have good communication skills and be comfortable making internal and external telephone calls.

You need to be organised and be able to work well on your own, as well as part of a team.

You need to be able to take instruction and work effectively.

IT Skills i.e. Word, Powerpoint, Excel. Specialised training will be reviewed frequently and provided where necessary. 

The candidate needs to have an out-going personality as they will be expected to communicate with customers.

All SATRO members of staff are required to have an enhanced DBS check.

If you would like more information visit this link. For a job description, please email Amalee Gamache using: contactus@satro.org.uk

To apply please send a CV and a covering letter, answering the following two questions:

1. Why do you want to work for SATRO?
2. What attributes do you possess which are relevant to this role?


Closing date: 8th September 2015
Interviews: Week Commencing 14th September 2015










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