This role involves a range of both admin and marketing, allowing you to progress into a career path which is utilising these valuable skills!
- General administration duties including taking phone calls, sorting post etc
- Accounts administration: general finance duties including sending out invoices and statements, purchasing administration tasks
- Sales administration and sending out renewals and information and guidance
- Digital marketing responsibilities across the different media platforms
This role is from Monday to Friday
9.00am to 17.30pm
What is a Business Administrator?
Being part of business administration you are known for your effective organisation, telephone manner and often being trusted by a manager to take care of other administrative duties. Quite often, Business Administration members of staff will be knowledgeable in Microsoft Office and be quite creative.
Business Administration can take you into a variety of jobs as you will cover a lot of various skills. You are an important member of the team and will learn how to manage your job to the best of your ability, make a good impression and this job role and you can carry these skills onto a managerial role.
About Your Employer:
Hobb Computer Services Ltd is a local IT support and managed IT services provider based in Stoke-on-Trent. They cover all of Staffordshire, Cheshire and the surrounding areas. They also provide telephone and onsite support services.
- Good organisation skills
- Attention to detail
- Positive attitude towards people and work including a can-do attitude
- Good communication skills between departments
- Eager to learn and develop
Applying English & Maths To This Role:
Maths would be applicable when calculating costs, completing accounts etc
English is used completing various paperwork and computers.
5 GCSE’s 9-4 (A-C) or grades as equivalent (including Maths & English)
A driving license for this role would be desirable but it is not essential
Apprenticeship in Business Administration Level 2
There will be an opportunity for a full time position at the end of the apprenticeship. There are various stages for the apprentice to learn and when fully trained will be reflected within the pay scheme.