A Business Administrator is a great job role which can allow you to pick up vital skills in an office environment and be able to apply them to a range of other jobs.
A driving license is essential for this role.
- Greeting and attending to guests when they visit the office, ensuring that they sign in and out and provide refreshments.
- Answer all incoming calls, transfer to the department needed or take a message.
- Maintain company filing system
- Stationary orders, Asda shopping orders, arranging for postage collection from couriers. Taking parcels to the post office, posing letters.
- To take charge of company vehicles, insurance documents, booking in of MOT’s and repairs etc.
- Support all admin tasks from various departments
- Data input into numerous systems
- Work as part of the team and communicate well.
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:
Fifteen Group is based on Parkhall business village.
Fifteen Group works with organisations in many different sectors to make them smarter through technology. We provide end to end solutions and ongoing support that enables businesses to work smarter and achieve real value that goes beyond technology. We work with a range of well known, high profile brands, local businesses and UK wide companies.
- Good communication skills as the role includes liaising with staff and customers.
- You will need to be confident answering incoming calls and relaying messages to the relevant department.
- Good listening skills.
- Computer literate.
- Well-mannered and friendly person.
- Confident to speak to people face to face and over the phone.
- Good telephone manner and customer service skills.
- Hard working and reliable.
Applying English & Maths To This Role:
English will be used when communicating via emails. Maths will be required when completing orders, ensuring quantities and totals are correct etc.
5 GCSE’s 9-4 (A-C) or grades as equivalent
Apprenticeship in Business Administration Level 2
Business Administration can take you through to a wide range of jobs in many areas. Because the job roles you will have are so versatile you can use them to progress through to marketing, sales, reception work and more!