£19 - £20 per hour
Role: PA / Executive Assistant
Type: Interim - minimum 3 months
Salary: £20 an hour umbrella
PA/Executive Assistant required to join fast paced organisation to provide a professional, high level and comprehensive PA/administrative support service to the Chair and Director of Corporate Governance.
As a PA/ Executive Assistant you will be required to:
Act as Personal Assistant to the Chair and Director of Corporate Governance as required, providing the full range of secretarial and administrative support services. This will range from routine correspondence to matters of a confidential or sensitive nature
Be responsible for the day to day functioning of the office, dealing with incoming mail, sorting, distributing/circulating as appropriate and acting on urgent matters without further advice
Provide advice and reasonable support to staff within the Non-Executive team, enabling an efficient administrative function to best support the activity of the Executives
Draft and prepare reports on behalf of the Chair and Director of Governance as required for Council of Governors, Board, Committees or other meetings
Liaise with Corporate Assurance Officers to ensure the prompt submission of reports on behalf of the allocated member(s) of the Executive.
Required skills and experience of the PA/Executive Assistant:
Business/professional qualification to degree level or demonstrable equivalent experience within a professional setting in relation to administration
Shorthand or speedwriting
GCSE English or equivalent
Evidence of continuing professional and personal development
Advanced IT skills in Microsoft Office packages
Advanced knowledge of a range of administrative procedures including diary management and arranging appointments
Ability to manage diverse workload while dealing with frequent interruptions
Ability to meet deadlines and to work under pressure
Exceptional organisational skills and ability to prioritise
Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
Ability to provide a high standard of secretarial support for meetings
Knowledge of our business and how it supports patient care
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills both written and verbalrr
Able to deal confidentially and tactfully with people at all levels
Ability to take and convey clear messages
Experience in dealing with people in distress in a calm and confident manner
Ability to recognise when other communication aids may be needed
Willingness to embrace new ways of working/changes
Understanding and respect of confidentiality in the workplace If you believe you have the necessary skills, ambition and experience for the Finance Officer role, please apply now, or contact Jessi Pabla at Sellick Partnership. With the department workload my client is looking for a relatively quick appointment.
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