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Title Administrator – Graduate Role
Salary £18-20k
Location Northwich

Graduate Administrator required for a international company based on Gadbrook Park, Northwich.

The ideal Administration Officer should have excellent numerical and organisational skills; have accurate keyboard skills along with a professional and courteous telephone manner.

Working within a team of 10, the Administration Officer will ensure the team continues to deliver a first rate Customer Service internally and externally adhering to company Procedures and Internal Controls.

Key skills / Experience:

  • Relevant administration experience within a Back office / administration office environment.
  • Payments experience is preferred, but not essential.
  • A good attention to detail, adaptability, a keenness to learn and accurate keyboard skills.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Outlook and Word.
  • A good team player, capable of working in a fast paced pressured environment.
  • Ability to build relationships effectively, both in the immediate team and wider business.
  • Excellent Communication Skills, with ability to provide exceptional levels of customer service.
  • Able to work in a fast paced pressured environment, maintaining accuracy and quality.

Job Type: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: £18,000.00-£20,000.00 per year

Additional pay:

  • Yearly bonus


  • Company events
  • Company pension
  • Life insurance
  • On-site parking
  • Profit sharing
  • Sick pay

Hours of Work:

  • Monday to Friday


  • Bachelor’s (required)

Work remotely:

  • No
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