Looking for Jobs in 2019

Looking for Jobs in 2019


Showing Jobs searching 05/08/2019 to 18/08/2019; Number of listed applications is 32.


18/08/2019: APPLICATION: Underwriter/Sales Administrator Hessle British Jobs The Personal Finance Centre

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210627062/Underwriter-Sales-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_full-details&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NjYyMzE2OTpfDFv-WVGgB53RnsCCN_f8R9bxYmhv0NKRS8715AiyFg&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=79ac7755-1ddd-46eb-bcd4-7b47c9cd6e12

The candidate: ·Accuracy and attention to detail ·Good organisational and administrative skills ·Good computer and keyboard skills ·An ability to work under pressure and to deadlines ·An ability to work independently and as a team ·Quick to learn ·Proactive ·Excellent communication skills ·Be able to multitask ·Be enthusiastic and dependable ·Be focused and goal oriented with an ability to achieve targets Day to day tasks ·Processing Internal and 3rd party sales leads ·Managing the correspondence between the sales team and their clients ·UW leads to supply to the sales team ·Answering phone calls ·Scheduling diaries ·3rd Party contact/liaison ·Answering emails ·Chasing 3rd party contacts.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210627062/Underwriter-Sales-Administrator/apply

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

Teacher training and teaching itself involved organising pupils and students in various activities and making sure objectives were met by all.

I have organised research timing and thesis writing; I understand library classification systems.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have lectured, presented and preached to academic and quite ordinary wide-ranging audiences.

Your Application has been sent


18/08/2019: APPLICATION: Supply Chain Assistant British Jobs Chase and Holland

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210445627/Supply-Chain-Assistant?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_full-details&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NjcwOTY4Nzruq-c2Rk9fYRnaLWqHW4Ry_5MjWLHXGf8s2gWrVY_Wqg&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=f5cb93d2-e4da-406e-9f25-4ac34723fe35

Has excellent IT skills – Use of Microsoft systems Is ambitious in learning new skills and processes Is a team player and can work cohesively across the business Has strong communication and negotiation skills

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210445627/Supply-Chain-Assistant/apply

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

All the time I have taught, I have learnt. In fact I learn through providing online resources. I am willing to learn further.

With a PhD and MA and continued attention to matters of education and communication I am able to learn quickly. I am artistic, analytical and literate. Constantly developing new skills and much using ICT (like magazine production, music composition) I am adaptable.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

I have lectured, presented and preached to academic and quite ordinary wide-ranging audiences.

Your Application has been sent


17/08/2019: APPLICATION: Senior Adminstrative Assistant NHS Jobs City Health Care Partnership CIC

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/showvac/3jJ7lU/5453415/915710120

We are looking for an individual who has experience in a administrative role, with skills and attributes required to work autonomously at band 3 level. Experience of working within healthcare services and using clinical systems such as SystmOne are essential. The successful candidate will also support the podiatry operations manager and team leader in generating reports, coordinating meetings as well as dealing with patient referrals and enquiries.

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

I am very willing to study. All the time I have taught, I have learnt. With a PhD and MA and continued attention to matters of education and communication I am able to learn quickly. I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have worked in two NHS libraries where I classified material not by conversion but summary and further reading and finding the appropriate classification: these were then catalogued on to a database. I also worked in Study Skills next door to a Higher Education library in the HE Research Centre (Grimsby College as was).

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

Teacher training and teaching itself involved organising pupils and students in various activities and making sure objectives were met by all.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/5d510475adf21789484fc0a77a1a61b4/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915710120

Job reference: 810-CH2832 Employer: City Health Care Partnership CIC Application reference: AR-182-661-287


17/08/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist, part-time NHS Jobs Central Advertising - General Practitioners Brough/ South Cave

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/showvac/3jJ7lU/5453415/915708008

A flexible and enthusiastic individual is required to join our busy Reception team. Good communication and organisational skills required and the ability to work well under pressure. Working 19½ hours week one and 17 hours week two, between sites plus Tuesday and Saturday rotas. It is essential that you are reliable and flexible to cover holidays/sickness on a regular basis.

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation was an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it.. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I understand and have had experience of both commercial (spreadsheet program workings) and pastoral (church) forms of confidentiality (and where confidentiality is denied, as in aspects of teaching).

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/edfae47e7e22709695a3b188c6f4cb58/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915708008

Job reference: J180-030 Employer: Central Advertising - General Practitioners Application reference: AR-182-661-381


16/08/2019: APPLICATION: Sales Administrator Just Added CV Library Brook Street UK

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210621898/Sales-Administrator?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NjUzNjgzMToUhxkZpf7RCqeTtW5Ecowhr3MjB77PkJ9fraS4DYue3A&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=94d80a49-01b2-4f66-98f6-c3e15eff0b45

Updating in-house systems with monthly sales documentation Recording all information around materials that have been traded each month Assist with maintaining customer information files Assist with preparing and updating Desk Procedures Have strong numeracy skills, coherent in Microsoft office programs especially Excel Able to adapt quickly to bespoke software. Direct telephone contact with the customers will be required as well as liaison with upstream supply and dock logistic agents General duties will include processing of quotations, orders and collating paperwork to arrange deliveries. Attention to detail and accuracy an absolute must

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210621898/Sales-Administrator/apply

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Your Application has been sent


16/08/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist British Jobs Bailey Employment Services Ltd

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210602943/Receptionist?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-3_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NjUzNjgzMToUhxkZpf7RCqeTtW5Ecowhr3MjB77PkJ9fraS4DYue3A&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=e8da0778-82c7-42b2-aa9f-171a899c1375

Previous Reception/Admin experience Previous sales experience would be beneficial but isn’t required Organised Good time keeping Friendly and customer focused Confident on phone

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210602943/Receptionist/apply

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Your Application has been sent


15/08/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Administrator British Jobs Search Consultancy

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210590603/Customer-Service-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-4_full-details&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NjQ1MDM5MTqgbXRfjD1Y9DM3paAPtYO0U6pM1XePc7zTimj-4hXTJA&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=440ec56c-b12d-4364-a6d8-8c9b20ceb5ab

Duties and Responsibilities: * Telephone liaison with the client, borrowers and other external institutions * Ensure that all inbound and outbound correspondence, telephone calls, faxes and emails are actioned to agreed service standards * Update of case manager computer systems * Correctly interpret redemption statements and search results * Date-set of files * Draft Transfer of Equity and Deeds of Postponement Requirements: * Excellent communication and customer service skills * Ability to meet tight deadlines and targets and to work under pressure. * Good team player, but also ability to work on own initiative. * Experience of working in a high volume/fast paced environment.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210590603/Customer-Service-Administrator/apply

do you have gcse grade c+ (or equivalent) in maths and english Yes [SIC Pity this shows otherwise]

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Your Application has been sent


15/08/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator British Jobs Bailey Employment Services Ltd

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210024908/Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_full-details&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NjQ1MDM5MTqgbXRfjD1Y9DM3paAPtYO0U6pM1XePc7zTimj-4hXTJA&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=440ec56c-b12d-4364-a6d8-8c9b20ceb5ab

Handling office tasks, such as filing, generating reports and presentations, setting up for meetings, and reordering supplies. Providing real-time scheduling support by booking appointments and preventing conflicts. Making travel arrangements, such as booking flights, cars, and making hotel and restaurant reservations. Screening phone calls and routing callers to the appropriate party. Using computers to generate reports, transcribe minutes from meetings, create presentations, and conduct research. Greet and assist visitors. Maintain polite and professional communication via phone, e-mail, and mail. Anticipate the needs of others in order to ensure their seamless and positive experience.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210024908/Administrator/apply

Are you computer literate Yes Do you have previous experience in a similar role Yes

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

Your Application has been sent


14/08/2019: APPLICATION: Recruitment Assistant HU1 3QD Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2787846

You will be a confident and clear communicator with excellent IT skills. You will be proficient with all Microsoft Office packages and understand the importance of confidentiality. An understanding of the HR function would be beneficial but not essential.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2787846

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_2060263?jobSource=findajob

No opportunity for cover note.

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/apply/details?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_2060263

Thank you for applying for the position of Recruitment Assistant (Ref: 3650442)


14/08/2019: APPLICATION: Automotive Warranty Administrator British Jobs Venatu Consulting Ltd

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210596122/Automotive-Warranty-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_full-details&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NjM2NDAwNjoaqzOuuHdRCzAD-vjPmFVGYjhu45EOU2WQCAwn1Puv9Q&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=8f7bb4f8-7cd2-414e-b4e9-e2577db0baa5

Set up and send out extended warranty policies to customers Raise, invoice and progress chase warranty claims through to conclusion Proactively keep customers informed with warranty claim progress Ensure the accurate submissions of warranty and goodwill claims on a daily basis and ensure recalls are administered and warranty debt is controlled. You will also ensure that manufacturer standards are adhered to at all times. Liaise with customer support and After Sales managers in respect of all claimed not recommended for settlement under warrant Maintain records of all warrant claims and produce monthly report of all outstanding and settled claims Provide administrative support to the after Sales team Carry out and complete records, spreadsheets and customer information

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210596122/Automotive-Warranty-Administrator/apply

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Your Application has been sent


13/08/2019: APPLICATION: Technical Administrator/ Manager Beverley CV Library Hays Office Support

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210587919/Technical-Administrator-Manager?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_full-details&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NjI3NzUwNTp3mntKYeo6HFWB6Z1kKDwr5Ay-M4SMpRkUK3q5Sei0Rg&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=64b1ba85-2348-4dd0-915b-9757d3725c8c

As a people driven Administrator you will work to support a small team and communicate effectively. Responsibilities will include internal audits, application of labels, quality, halogen control etc With excellent communication and administration skills you will have the ability to work within a fast-paced environment whilst maintaining attention to detail.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210587919/Technical-Administrator-Manager/apply

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

I have lectured, presented and preached to academic and quite ordinary wide-ranging audiences.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Your Application has been sent


13/08/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator - Temporary - 3 month contract CV Library Search Consultancy

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210587450/Administrator-Temporary-3-month-contract?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-4_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NjI3NzUwNTp3mntKYeo6HFWB6Z1kKDwr5Ay-M4SMpRkUK3q5Sei0Rg&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=64b1ba85-2348-4dd0-915b-9757d3725c8c

Search is recruiting for a leading care home who is looking for an experienced Administrator to join their busy team.Must have strong admin skills, be organised and able to use your own initiative to manage a busy workload. Will need to be computer literate and ideally would have experience of using the system Cold Habour but this is not essential.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210587450/Administrator-Temporary-3-month-contract/apply

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

I have worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Your Application has been sent


12/08/2019: APPLICATION: Technical Administrator/ Manager HU17 8UQ Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2783371

You will have the experience and skills to work in busy organisation and be meticulous with the way you work. Working closely with all teams to improve effectiveness and service delivery, you will be skilled in planning and project support. As a people driven Administrator you will work to support a small team and communicate effectively. Responsibilities will include internal audits, application of labels, quality, halogen control etc What you'll need to succeed As a confident and perceptive individual, you will have previous technical administration experience. With excellent communication and administration skills you will have the ability to work within a fast-paced environment whilst maintaining attention to detail.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2783371

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_2059777?jobSource=findajob

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/JOB_2059777/apply/?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_2059777

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Technical Administrator/ Manager (Ref: 3652578)


12/08/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Administrator HU1 3HA Find a job Search Consultancy Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2784472

*No Experience Required* Hoping to get into an office based environment? A company keen on training and development, they are looking for bright, enthusiastic individuals with great customer service skills to come on board, prove their worth and set down the foundations for a long term career. Duties and Responsibilities: * Telephone liaison with the client, borrowers and other external institutions * Ensure that all inbound and outbound correspondence, telephone calls, faxes and emails are actioned to agreed service standards * Update of case manager computer systems * Correctly interpret redemption statements and search results * Date-set of files * Draft Transfer of Equity and Deeds of Postponement Requirements: * Excellent communication and customer service skills * Ability to meet tight deadlines and targets and to work under pressure. * Good team player, but also ability to work on own initiative. * Experience of working in a high volume/fast paced environment.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2784472

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. I have lectured, presented and preached to academic and quite ordinary wide-ranging audiences.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

https://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=Z2VvcmdpYS5yYWUuOTkzNjkuMTA2MzNAc2VhcmNoLmFwbGl0cmFrLmNvbQ

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12/08/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator CV Library Randstad Business Support

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210568797/Administrator?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NjEwNDgxMzrTJkfyi4cbTRF2jb7V_RCxGXT0LpjQDH4oYWblYavtkw&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=487a2068-4078-4d35-813e-9e3e65b65a70

Main duties: Supporting the team with all admin duties Scanning documents onto the system Data processing of information both electronic and hard copy To provide a professional customer service to external clients Desired skills: Admin experience Team player Good eye for detail Experience working in similar role

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210568797/Administrator/apply

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

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11/08/2019: APPLICATION: Legal Processor British Jobs Pertemps - Hull Industrial

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210584244/Legal-Processor?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-4_full-details&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NjEwNDgxMzrTJkfyi4cbTRF2jb7V_RCxGXT0LpjQDH4oYWblYavtkw&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=c9ed28b3-d7b5-416c-86f0-7a893467f0eb

- Telephone liaison with the client, borrowers and other external institutions - Work towards the achievement of monthly completions targets whilst maintaining high quality standards - Identify and take ownership of potential problems, reporting the problem to your Team Leader - Ensure that all inbound and outbound correspondence, telephone calls, faxes and emails are actioned to agreed service standards and to a highly professional level - Correctly interpret redemption statements and search results. - Date-set of files - Draft Transfer of Equity and Deeds of Postponement. To be considered for this Legal Processor role, the following will be required: - Excellent communication and customer service skills - Ability to meet tight deadlines and targets and to work under pressure - Good team player, but also ability to work on own initiative - Demonstrated experience within Administration / Customer Service / Conveyancing - Experience of working in a high volume environment.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210584244/Legal-Processor/apply

Strong communication skills come from my telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. I have lectured, presented and preached to academic and quite ordinary wide-ranging audiences.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

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11/08/2019: APPLICATION: HR and Recruitment Assistant British Jobs Ben Johnson Recruitment

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210585939/HR-and-Recruitment-Assistant?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-3_full-details&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NjEwNDgxMzrTJkfyi4cbTRF2jb7V_RCxGXT0LpjQDH4oYWblYavtkw&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=c9ed28b3-d7b5-416c-86f0-7a893467f0eb

Collate recruitment data in regards to applicants and open roles producing weekly reports Manage the full recruitment process across all roles within the business Pipeline future talent by using creative strategies both on and off line General HR and Recruitment administration / support...be a capable administrator, proficient in Microsoft Packages including word, excel and PowerPoint. This is a fast paced role where deadlines will be in place for role fulfilment. This is an exciting opportunity to work within a team who have strong core beliefs and values - invested in training and development and offer an attractive package.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210585939/HR-and-Recruitment-Assistant/apply

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

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10/08/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Advisor to join their existing team in Hull (Melton).

Build rapport with customers in a consultative manner Listen to the customer's needs to ensure a positive and unique solution to their queries Provide exceptional customer service by demonstrating in-depth knowledge of the services & products the company provides Professional and positive approach to any client queries or requests Ensure all administration is completed accurately

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210575311/Customer-Service-Administration/apply

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Your Application has been sent


10/08/2019: APPLICATION: Claims Administrator Just Added British Jobs Stafforce Recruitment

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210585848/Claims-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NjAxODMyMjrdg3wGPFKLYPi8v-8lBwnp9qXc-9CGdv1Jykt5W0cC-Q&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=a8aeaf7c-652b-40cf-bb7f-4577da759a51

Excellent communication and customer service skills Attention to detail and well organised Ability to work to tight deadlines and under pressure Good planning and organisational skills Good problem-solving skills Good decision maker Commitment to providing a first-class service to customers and repairers Customer focused Good knowledge of Microsoft Office

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210585848/Claims-Administrator/apply

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

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09/08/2019: APPLICATION: Office Administrator British Jobs IPS Group

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210558259/Office-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NTkzMTk1MzpIVoKe7DYgSg_eV8_XIhrGKETHYj6UA0ilmfWCE8uvdg&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=ec824402-3711-4632-91aa-0dc461573212

Ensuring all calls in the office are received during office hours and effectively handled, and arranging cover for reception when one is away from the office Managing conference room/small meeting room booking, greeting all visitors upon arrival, and making sure refreshments, snacks, notepads and pens are available at every meeting Keeping accurate records for general maintenance contracts Assuming responsibility for filing, stationary, stamping and letters inbound and outbound, making sure all supplies are accounted for and all outbound correspondence is copied Performing general marketing duties for our main IPS companies Other ad hoc duties or tasks for the Team as required Excellent verbal communication skills and the ability to get on well and enjoy working with people, having a friendly and approachable greeting style and a good telephone manner Strong written communication skills, with an excellent level of English and sound numeracy Strong planning and organising skills with attention to detail; efficient time management and prioritisation, managing competing demands and remaining calm under pressure A good level of skill in the use of general office packages, such as Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel, and computer software Ability to take initiative and work autonomously without significant supervision Flexible and able to cover bookings for the meeting rooms/conference facilities

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210558259/Office-Administrator/apply

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

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09/08/2019: APPLICATION: Accounts Ledger Administrator British Jobs Hays Social Care

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210563642/Accounts-Ledger-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NTkzMTk1MzpIVoKe7DYgSg_eV8_XIhrGKETHYj6UA0ilmfWCE8uvdg&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=ec824402-3711-4632-91aa-0dc461573212

excellent attention to detail coupled with strong communication and IT skills

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210563642/Accounts-Ledger-Administrator/apply

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

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08/08/2019: APPLICATION: Recruitment Administrator Just Added British Jobs Agenda Life Sciences

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210565520/Recruitment-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-5_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NTg0NTU1Mzr7yhh_K3WH-5FrE-9EeE0oFvO3sbEYcV4ef_Ce0xQgEg&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=55344366-24c0-4146-8b7d-f60fcd12f06d

Be professional, efficient and organised, with a self-motivated approach Have the ability to thrive under pressure and prioritize your workload Possess strong communication skills via telephone, email and face to face, with colleagues, clients and candidates alike Previous experience within recruitment or telesales is beneficial Be well presented, articulate and have confidence in showing initiative Be computer literate and show the ability to understand new software quickly Minimum of 5 GCSE’s (or equivalent) including Maths and English graded A - C

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210565520/Recruitment-Administrator/apply

My working and other experiences offer concrete transferable skills as follows:

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background and use in administration work. I have the skills by which I designed and wrote a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

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08/08/2019: APPLICATION: Marketing Sales Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/marketing-sales-assistant-job-application

· flexibility to meet client and business demands · an outgoing, patient and calm nature, even under pressure Job Skills · Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel

I have taught Business Studies and this has included marketing, which has remained relevant in the promotion of websites and media productions with which I have been involved.

On a number of occasions I have attended national Unicoms (Unitarian Communicators) gatherings in which I have learnt how to conduct Internet publicity, radio interviews, press releases and poster design, and have tackled focussed marketing of a specifically identified client group.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


08/08/2019: APPLICATION: Data Processor Zettria

http://zettria.com/data-processor-job-application

· telephone work · Administration including filing, photocopying, scanning and archiving Job Skills · Data entry · Positive attitude · IT skills · Reliability · Flexibility

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online, for which I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines that far exceeds the qualifications.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I retain Ph.D level ability to analyse data and have taught as well as composed report writing. I have handled both qualitative and quantitative data for my and departmental analysis and I can do this with creative online ICT use.

Classifying and cataloguing meant I would summary read medical material and give it a classification and then enter this into a database. I have also recorded data into spreadsheets and made reports, this within a team and prioritising.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

Today I further use ICT software including Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


07/08/2019: APPLICATION: Reception and Administration British Jobs Gi Group

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210554665/Reception-and-Administration?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NTc1OTE3NTqdMzkbda3UMpZjXtubSPRDVTt8w9-gN1NYYRXEZglR2A&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=24e6ca2e-5203-4a20-a78d-30abb8f3e129

Marking of induction paperwork Right to Work checks Compliance checks Payroll support HR administration duties Support with group registrations You will need to be able to multi-task well and work on your own initiative when required. The office is a busy, fast paced environment and you will be dealing with a very broad range of people from potential candidates walking through the door looking for work, right through to Managing Directors. Ideally we are looking for a candidate with previous experience in a similar admin or reception role and if you have experience within the recruitment industry that would be advantageous.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210554665/Reception-and-Administration/apply

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

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07/08/2019: APPLICATION: Payroll Administrator Just Added British Jobs Prestige Recruitment Specialists

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210557111/Payroll-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-3_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NTc1OTE3NTqdMzkbda3UMpZjXtubSPRDVTt8w9-gN1NYYRXEZglR2A&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=24e6ca2e-5203-4a20-a78d-30abb8f3e129

Processing hours and updating our clients head office with all payroll details Daily costings, checks and trackers Clocking system responsibilities and adjustments Timesheet submissions to Client New starter paperwork Filing and printing of payslips

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210557111/Payroll-Administrator/apply

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

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06/08/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator / Scanning Assistant ( 6 Month Contract) HU5

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210544349/Administrator-Scanning-Assistant-6-Month-Contract?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NTY3Mjc1MzqrA7fEFBgZIs1lgFKf5CNsYSLywmNvHCFtjSG56BLiZQ&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=55931045-d192-48f6-ab38-9e3390599aa4

Excellent MS Office Skills Must have experience working in an office / admin environment Excellent Attention to detail and be able to work unsupervised Strong organisational skills Must be happy Scanning hundreds of documents on a daily basis Any Experience with Scanners would be a bonus

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210544349/Administrator-Scanning-Assistant-6-Month-Contract/apply

I have set up and used scanners.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

From time to time I generated resources both online and in reprographics within educational and training work.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

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06/08/2019: APPLICATION: Admin - Account Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/account-assistant-job-application

Example Job Action: updating the client directly ensuring the client is informed to developments. Your focus and approach should be proactive/attentive of client's needs, through positive communication about their plans, as well as keeping them abreast of progress on existing tasks this job will also involve meeting clients on location Strong IT skills Microsoft Office general web apps · Strong communication skills · reliability · flexibility · driving licence

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Strong communication skills come from education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I am flexible regarding hours and tasking. In my customer service role I was down for 50% part time but often came in for more and worked in morning, afternoon and evening sessions. I have worked on varieties of tasks at once.

I drive my car with a full clean licence for car and motorcyle.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


05/08/2019: APPLICATION: Office Administrator HU12 CV Library Hollyfield

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210506743/Office-Administrator?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_seven-day-results_job-3_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NTU4NjM0NDrMB8lFmWYvb59-qSjqkbyd4U4d4yi8ahroRw6kBXZmGg&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=1342b793-c57e-4783-ad06-fbb048632ea7

Filing records. General admin. Updating records. Taking inbound calls. The person: Basic admin experience. Good communication skills.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210506743/Office-Administrator/apply

Are you available immediately Yes Do you have a current DBS Check No Do you have experience using Coldharbour No

All the time I have taught, I have learnt. In fact I learn through providing online resources. I am willing to learn further.

With a PhD and MA and continued attention to matters of education and communication I am able to learn quickly. I am artistic, analytical and literate. Constantly developing new skills and much using ICT (like magazine production, music composition) I am adaptable.

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

Your Application has been sent


05/08/2019: APPLICATION: Data Administrator CV Library Adecco

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210519226/Data-Administrator?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_seven-day-results_job-2_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NTU4NjM0NDrMB8lFmWYvb59-qSjqkbyd4U4d4yi8ahroRw6kBXZmGg&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=1342b793-c57e-4783-ad06-fbb048632ea7

The main purpose of the role is to assist in managing the integrity of data held on vendors and suppliers on the company CRM system. Proof reading product information Checking data integrity for accuracy of product information contacting vendors for updated product information Accurate entry of product codes and descriptions onto new website Working 37.5 hours per week Monday to Friday in small Data management team.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210519226/Data-Administrator/apply

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Your Application has been sent


05/08/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Advisor in http://zettria.com/data-processor-job-application [via its drop down box - it does not have its own webpage].

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background. I have the skills by which I design and write a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

From time to time I generated resources both online and in reprographics within educational and training work.

Today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


05/08/2019: APPLICATION: Administrative Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/Administrative-Assistant-job-application

Job Responsibilities · Writing and dispatching letters & emails · Arranging case sign up documentation · Undertaking any other tasks/duties as may be reasonably required Job Skills · Microsoft Office · reliability · flexibility

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

Today I further use ICT software including Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


Showing Jobs searching 22/07/2019 to 04/08/2019; Number of listed applications is 36.


04/08/2019: APPLICATION: Collections Administrator (Flexible Hours) British Jobs Elevation Recruitment Group

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210534584/Collections-Administrator-Flexible-Hours?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NTQ5OTc2NDqeUuSiUlqGZeTe5JZWSAjBOjdVMyaZBEJ6XzRkKDqgdg&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=fc162b5b-1c1d-40ad-8767-4b029516752f

- At least 1 year of experience within Credit Control/Collections or have strong Customer Service experience - Strong communication skills - Target focused and driven - Able to work well as part of a team

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210534584/Collections-Administrator-Flexible-Hours/apply

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Your Application has been sent


04/08/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator HU15 British Jobs Chase and Holland

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210532616/Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NTQ5OTc2NDqeUuSiUlqGZeTe5JZWSAjBOjdVMyaZBEJ6XzRkKDqgdg&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=fc162b5b-1c1d-40ad-8767-4b029516752f

Previous administration experience, minimum of 12 months experience Confidence using computers including the Microsoft Office packages, ideally advance with Excel High level of personal and professional integrity Excellent communication skills Eagerness to learn and progress

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210532616/Administrator/apply

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

All the time I have taught, I have learnt. In fact I learn through providing online resources. I am willing to learn further.

With a PhD and MA and continued attention to matters of education and communication I am able to learn quickly. I am artistic, analytical and literate. Constantly developing new skills and much using ICT (like magazine production, music composition) I am adaptable.

Your Application has been sent


03/08/2019: APPLICATION: Parts Advisor/ Administration British Jobs Kingston Recruitment

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210517723/Parts-Advisor-Administration?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_full-details&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NTQxMzQ5MDoOTdPcZBP-hby9Xnlzh4k768APvzc37Y5_O4m3luB1bQ&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=1758c5df-b3a3-4e86-9210-f32288935169

Office Administration experience Dealing with customers that on accession can be difficult calls Ability to analyse data and ensure it is accurate

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210517723/Parts-Advisor-Administration/apply

Are you available immediately Yes Do you have 1 year’s experience working in a Customer Service Role Yes

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Your Application has been sent


03/08/2019: APPLICATION: Medical Secretary Sutton Manor Surgery, St Ives Close, Wawne Road,, HU7 4PT Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2736014

Application is by CV and covering letter via NHS jobs only. Candidates are requested to include their preferred number of hours of work within their application. ...the post holder must have an understanding of medical terminology and be fully IT literate.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2736014

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/79305f6ceb38e576fda3d6d12163632f/?vac_ref=915692673

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it.. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation was an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I understand and have had experience of both commercial (spreadsheet program workings) and pastoral (church) forms of confidentiality (and where confidentiality is denied, as in aspects of teaching).

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/3c4638101e5e0fe307a33be82201455e/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915692673

Job reference: 880-NPCS-0719-2028 Employer: Primary Care Services Application reference: AR-182-157-435


03/08/2019: APPLICATION: Inbound Customer Service HU1 3HA Find a Job Search Consultancy LTD

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2735649

...previous call centre experience isn't necessary. As long as you have relevant customer service experience then you'll be a great addition to the team. We offer fantastic training and on going support to ensure you will be a confident and happy Customer Service Representative.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2735649

https://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=cGFtbXkubmF1cmFuZ2EuNjg1MzIuMTA2MzNAc2VhcmNoLmFwbGl0cmFrLmNvbQ

No opportunity for cover note.

(Req/532771) Thank you for submitting your application.


02/08/2019: APPLICATION: HR Administrator British Jobs

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210324762/HR-Administrator/apply?

The ideal candidate: Confident individual who can work independently, as well as a team. Excellent verbal and written communication skills Able to effectively prioritise workloads and work to tight deadlines Competent in the use of Microsoft Apps, as well as HR and Time and Attendance systems Demonstrate professionalism in all dealings and understands the importance of confidentiality

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210324762/HR-Administrator/apply

Do you have at least 1 year's experience in Human Resources No Do you have at least 2 years's experience in Administration Yes Do you have previous experience in a similar role No

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

Your Application has been sent


02/08/2019: APPLICATION: Administrative Assistant Just Added British Jobs Brook Street UK

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210527169/Administrative-Assistant?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NTMyNzQ0MDrFJnpQmpHWQ3PRYpH-yhgcW_QYjCPpuE8lP7UtWy80uw&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=48e0903a-d3a3-4620-b571-0ab18f40ab89

Own transport is essential due to location. Ability to remain calm and unruffled under stress. Real team player with the ability to communicate and influence effectively with a real eye for detail and the ability to pick things up quickly. Ambitious and educated to A-Levels or equivalent with strong knowledge of Microsoft Excel. Literacy, numeracy skills and the ability to prioritise own workload. Excellent communications skills.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210527169/Administrative-Assistant/apply

I drive my car with a full clean licence for car and motorcyle.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Your Application has been sent


01/08/2019: APPLICATION: Senior Administrator HU16 5JQ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2719450

Applicants must be able to demonstrate excellent interpersonal, communication and team-working skills and it is essential to be flexible as in this challenging role priorities can change at very short notice.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2719450

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915688807

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

I am very willing to study. All the time I have taught, I have learnt. With a PhD and MA and continued attention to matters of education and communication I am able to learn quickly. I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have worked in two NHS libraries where I classified material not by conversion but summary and further reading and finding the appropriate classification: these were then catalogued on to a database. I also worked in Study Skills next door to a Higher Education library in the HE Research Centre (Grimsby College as was).

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

Teacher training and teaching itself involved organising pupils and students in various activities and making sure objectives were met by all.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/f0bcf41e1d809ed17d2c73b63e132433/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915688807

Job reference: 356-19-1900112 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-182-090-909


01/08/2019: APPLICATION: Finance Assistant HU16 5JQ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2720109

...a minimum of four GCSEs Grades A-C, including Maths and English (or equivalent). You should be numerate and IT literate with good working knowledge of spreadsheets, databases and word processing. You must be flexible and able to respond to the needs of the service, with the ability to communicate effectively with a broad range of people. The job will require continued use of the Trust’s financial computer system, combined with high levels of concentration due to the need for accuracy within set deadlines.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2720109

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915688332

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

I am very willing to study. All the time I have taught, I have learnt. With a PhD and MA and continued attention to matters of education and communication I am able to learn quickly. I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have worked in two NHS libraries where I classified material not by conversion but summary and further reading and finding the appropriate classification: these were then catalogued on to a database. I also worked in Study Skills next door to a Higher Education library in the HE Research Centre (Grimsby College as was).

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

Teacher training and teaching itself involved organising pupils and students in various activities and making sure objectives were met by all.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/6463d72680a9d49ced497393cff20eef/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915688332

Job reference: 356-19-1900277 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-182-090-685


31/07/2019: APPLICATION: Technical Administrator Just Added British Jobs Gi Group


https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210509957/Technical-Administrator?hlkw=Technical-Administrator-Gi-Group&search_location=HU7+4UD&sid=bd43ca97-0864-4ea6-b593-247b2db4a6b6

* General administration * Updating scoping hours * Issuing reports * Working from drawings creating material schedules The ideal candidate * Admin/logistics/planning background would be preferred * Modular build knowledge would be beneficial * Excellent communication skills * IT Literate * Able to learn new systems * Ability to plan and use foresight * Comfortable working off own initiative and be a part of the team

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210509957/Technical-Administrator/apply

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

I have lectured, presented and preached to academic and quite ordinary wide-ranging audiences.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210509957/Technical-Administrator/apply

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

I have lectured, presented and preached to academic and quite ordinary wide-ranging audiences.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

Your Application has been sent


31/07/2019: APPLICATION: Administration Clerk Hull Just Added British Jobs Woodrow Mercer Group

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210509749/Administration-Clerk?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_full-details&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NTE1NDM1OTpIb1hl91Q1rIrDWzvoYeRGEdRd5RSg_QZzoaj9mX1i6A&utm_content=a3e70346-3dba-43c8-a020-29a1d7796b6f

Producing accurate sales invoices and sales credit notes as required Maintaining both the sales and purchase ledger Responding to any customer/supplier enquiries Occasional Credit Control Checking and posting authorised purchase invoices and credit notes Checking VAT amounts and reclaiming where allowable Other administration duties as required

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210509749/Administration-Clerk/apply

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

Your Application has been sent


30/07/2019: APPLICATION: Part Time Health & Safety Administrator

CV Library Office Angels

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210496962/Part-Time-Health-Safety-Administrator?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-4_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NTA2Nzg2MTo1jfPL5MuVDYgnmgSD8cpwRS2OzFyIb8-xtJv0roDKMA&utm_content=82680b6f-e114-4598-91ce-2ba17a726e00

You will be required to deal with all administration duties so a firm understanding of all Microsoft packages is essential and enthusiasm to learn the companies own in house systems also. You will be expected to take control of the organisation for the administration of Health & Safety paperwork so a 'hands on' and 'can do' attitude is essential, with an open-mind approach to all other duties.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210496962/Part-Time-Health-Safety-Administrator/apply

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have had health and safety training in the NHS and in schools.

Your Application has been sent


30/07/2019: APPLICATION: Helpdesk Administrator - Hull CV Library PRS

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210498516/Helpdesk-Administrator-Hull?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-3_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NTA2Nzg2MTo1jfPL5MuVDYgnmgSD8cpwRS2OzFyIb8-xtJv0roDKMA&utm_content=82680b6f-e114-4598-91ce-2ba17a726e00

GCSE qualifications Computer Literate i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint Good communication skills & Telephone Manner Able to work as part of a larger team Conscientious Able to work under pressure and to defined deadlines Basic understanding of Quality Assurance and service delivery Good interpersonal and customer relationship skills Smart, presentable appearance Personable and approachable Flexible and adaptable

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210498516/Helpdesk-Administrator-Hull/apply

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

I have lectured, presented and preached to academic and quite ordinary wide-ranging audiences.


29/07/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Administrator Find a Job HU28BE Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2671847

You will be the main administration support for the Customer Service team working within their busy office. The job role will include; order processing, creating files, order acknowledgement, creating required delivery documentation, invoicing and general administration. This is an extremely varied role with no two days the same What you'll need to succeed You will be proficient in MS Office, specifically Excel. Along with an excellent telephonemanner, good attention to detail, the ability to work under pressure and multitask. Previous experience of working in a customer service environment would be beneficial but not essential.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2671847

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Customer Service Administrator


29/07/2019: APPLICATION: Band 3 Administrator Brough Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/band-3-administrator-brough-en-GB_3637126?q=Administrator&location=Hull,%20UK&applyId=JOB_2048874&jobSource=HaysGCJ&isSponsored=N&specialismId=&subSpecialismId=&jobName=projects/mineral-balm-174308/jobs/103985613008446150&lang=en

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/JOB_2048874/apply/?q=Administrator&jobName=projects%2Fmineral-balm-174308%2Fjobs%2F103985613008446150&applyId=JOB_2048874&jobSource=HaysGCJ&specialismId=&location=Hull%2C+UK&subSpecialismId=&lang=en

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/apply/details?q=Administrator&jobName=projects%2Fmineral-balm-174308%2Fjobs%2F103985613008446150&applyId=JOB_2048874&jobSource=HaysGCJ&specialismId=&location=Hull%2C+UK&subSpecialismId=&lang=en

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Band 3 Administrator (Ref: 3637126)


29/07/2019: APPLICATION: Automotive Warranty Administrator CV Library Venatu Consulting Ltd

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210489337/Automotive-Warranty-Administrator?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_full-details&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NDk4MTM3MDqpLVnYF5fgujFtH_zCTFaWuH6XVlmBvQMCwHkgrmDEmw&utm_content=b0fe544a-561b-4c47-8a5d-6d878f6e6425

Set up and send out extended warranty policies to customers Raise, invoice and progress chase warranty claims through to conclusion Proactively keep customers informed with warranty claim progress Ensure the accurate submissions of warranty and goodwill claims on a daily basis and ensure recalls are administered and warranty debt is controlled. You will also ensure that manufacturer standards are adhered to at all times. Liaise with customer support and After Sales managers in respect of all claimed not recommended for settlement under warrant Maintain records of all warrant claims and produce monthly report of all outstanding and settled claims Provide administrative support to the after Sales team Carry out and complete records, spreadsheets and customer information

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210489337/Automotive-Warranty-Administrator/apply

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

Your Application has been sent


28/07/2019: APPLICATION: HR Administrator CV Library NRL

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210492705/HR-Administrator?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_full-details&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NDgwODg1MTo3oYRNUbgj0WB2AkweoXqiA-jeqZ39JnepKqHTp8hF9w&utm_content=f6f2de9c-58e9-4a14-aea7-95611fb20ca5

Daily use of Microsoft office: producing mail merges, updating spreadsheets, writing letters, creating PowerPoint presentations etc. Daily use of Oracle: updating personal records, uploading new starters, use to retrieve information, upload pay rises Keeping on top of paper and electronic filing Liaise with HR Consultant and update sickness absence tracker Keep recruitment tracker up to date Liaise with hiring managers to understand their need to recruit Liaise with recruitment agencies and TA team to source appropriate candidates Attend meetings with recruitment agencies to establish stronger relationships Produce job descriptions and upload to internal and external sites Sieve through CVs and send to hiring manager for review Conduct interviews with hiring manager which may include travel to other offices Send letters to unsuccessful candidates Fill out offer request forms Write up contracts of employment Write minutes in disciplinary and grievance meetings and type up to record on system Write letters to employees with verbal or written warnings Update disciplinary register Liaise with HR Consultant and assist with redundancy processes Calculate redundancy pay/Proof check redundancy calculations Distribute redundancy letters Attend HR seminars to improve HR and industry knowledge Send letters accepting resignations/retirement Complete employment references and mortgage applications for ex and current employees Liaise with the payroll department to collate information such as ELI data for TUPE Frequently liaise with training department Gather personnel information for potential claims

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210492705/HR-Administrator/apply

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Your Application has been sent


28/07/2019: APPLICATION: Filing Scanning Data Inputtting Answering calls Handling HR documents

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210471181/Administrator/apply

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Your Application has been sent


28/07/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator CV Library CIP Recruitment

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210471181/Administrator?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NDgwODg1MTo3oYRNUbgj0WB2AkweoXqiA-jeqZ39JnepKqHTp8hF9w&utm_content=f6f2de9c-58e9-4a14-aea7-95611fb20ca5


27/07/2019: APPLICATION: Senior Administration Assistant HU10 6ED Find a Job NHS Jobs

...we are looking for someone with excellent communication skills, significant customer service experience, who can prioritise workloads and conflicting demands and work with great attention to detail. A comprehensive system based training programme will be provided as well as opportunities for training and development in learning and development administration and customer service. It is the responsibility of each member of staff to maintain confidentiality, in line with the Trust’s Confidentiality Code of Conduct.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2692089

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915681329

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

I am very willing to study. All the time I have taught, I have learnt. With a PhD and MA and continued attention to matters of education and communication I am able to learn quickly. I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have worked in two NHS libraries where I classified material not by conversion but summary and further reading and finding the appropriate classification: these were then catalogued on to a database. I also worked in Study Skills next door to a Higher Education library in the HE Research Centre (Grimsby College as was).

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

Teacher training and teaching itself involved organising pupils and students in various activities and making sure objectives were met by all.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/a39f0c744266c4ee355fc81fa6a33833/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915681329

Job reference: 338-5651-19 Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-181-908-025


27/07/2019: APPLICATION: Medical Receptionist HU3 4BB Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2691541

There are two posts at 17.5 hours each but may join to 35 hours for the right candidate with previous relevant experience. in addition to those hours there is an obligation to cover a Saturday morning but this is in a rota (1 in 8) and is paid as overtime. Experience of working in a GP surgery preferred. IT and good communication skills, face to face and on the telephone, are essential.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2691541

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915683194

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

I am very willing to study. All the time I have taught, I have learnt. With a PhD and MA and continued attention to matters of education and communication I am able to learn quickly. I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have worked in two NHS libraries where I classified material not by conversion but summary and further reading and finding the appropriate classification: these were then catalogued on to a database. I also worked in Study Skills next door to a Higher Education library in the HE Research Centre (Grimsby College as was).

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

Teacher training and teaching itself involved organising pupils and students in various activities and making sure objectives were met by all.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/79c22f75c00397cfd7a3bfca69fd0733/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915683194

Job reference: J180-A-19-318112 Employer: Central Advertising - General Practitioners Application reference: AR-181-908-197


26/07/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Administrator British Jobs Hays Office Support

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210471723/Customer-Service-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_full-details&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NDcyMjM2MDp6VxE22jGo2fbUDb09RA1Ou8wWT8cMFyta1xYDE7uVmA&utm_content=cf39f1cf-5a1b-43fc-b4f2-5de22b8e61e7

You will be proficient in MS Office, specifically Excel. Along with an excellent telephone manner, good attention to detail, the ability to work under pressure and multitask. Previous experience of working in a customer service environment would be beneficial but not essential.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210471723/Customer-Service-Administrator/apply

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

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26/07/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator(s) British Jobs Root2 Recruitment Ltd

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210466718/Administrator-s?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_full-details&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NDcyMjM2MDp6VxE22jGo2fbUDb09RA1Ou8wWT8cMFyta1xYDE7uVmA&utm_content=cf39f1cf-5a1b-43fc-b4f2-5de22b8e61e7

We are looking for Administrators to join the team of a small, friendly, family owned horticultural business - Excellent Microsoft office skills, Outlook, Excel and Word - Good communications skills, verbal and written - Excellent telephone manner - A passion for accuracy and strict attention to detail is essential

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210466718/Administrator-s/apply

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

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25/07/2019: APPLICATION: Sales Administrator British Jobs Emmerson Kitney Elliott Hygiene

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210459077/Sales-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NDYzNTkxNDod6Lwy29YeQXE_0JINRsCTIrrM3ObkYTvDyFy81AMhHg&utm_content=6b9a2dae-129c-4a09-8227-2bdeec102393

Processing sales orders Supporting with purchasing Using Cloud based software to invoice and process orders Managing the customer relationship management (CRM) system Providing quotes to potential customers Speaking with clients about potential issues Working with the Office Manager to create processes and structures Managing the company’s social media and web presence Experience Required; Commercial experience in an administrative or sales co-ordination role Cloud based invoicing software would be advantageous but not essential Proficient with Microsoft Office including Word, Excel and Outlook The Right Kind of Person

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210459077/Sales-Administrator/apply

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I am well capable - with the necessary all-round literacy and artistic skills - of updating websites and reviewing their content as clear, essential and concise: removing verbosity and also irrelevant material that irritates readers looking for clarity.

I have hand coded websites from scratch using XHTML and some XML and shown people in small shops and charities demonstations of use, how to maintain them and develop them further. I have shown how to integrate website use with other creative software. I have used File Transfer Protocol.

My website http://www.pluralist.co.uk has existed since 1998 and is now with its own URL and on a paid webspace.

I am a user of social media with public and friends settings, blog (integrated with my long-standing website by menu) and had an entry on Linked-in.

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25/07/2019: APPLICATION: Collections Administrator (Flexible Hours) British Jobs Elevation Recruitment Group

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210468131/Collections-Administrator-Flexible-Hours?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NDYzNTkxNDod6Lwy29YeQXE_0JINRsCTIrrM3ObkYTvDyFy81AMhHg&utm_content=6b9a2dae-129c-4a09-8227-2bdeec102393

...or have strong Customer Service experience - Strong communication skills - Target focused and driven - Able to work well as part of a team Be first to apply

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210468131/Collections-Administrator-Flexible-Hours/apply

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

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24/07/2019: APPLICATION: Sales Invoice Administrator Just Added British Jobs Tunstall Healthcare

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210463158/Sales-Invoice-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NDU0OTUxODrIMXrgaUcVSFE5pozW8PGjrkfX14FyZWb8arrVmndoKA&utm_content=466f3112-044f-4094-8469-dea34c34c47d

- Process all invoices for the whole UK business in a timely manner and to tight deadlines. - Check the accuracy and completeness of data received from the engineer to ensure an accurate invoice is processed. - Check customer contracts to ensure that invoices are not issued for work which is included within their service contact. - Maintain invoice batch books daily for management reporting. - Process manual invoices as and when requested. - Process all credit notes once authorised by senior management. - Process proforma invoices and issue to the customer. - Managing LA customer accounts. - Filing and Archiving. - KPI target achievement. - Other ad hoc duties as requested by the Credit Control Supervisor. About you: - You will have previous invoicing experience. - Strong IT skills with efficient knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook as well as financial / CRM systems. - Experience of working in a Finance would be advantageous. - Experience using Baan & DocuWare would be desirable however not essential as training will be given. - Strong communication and interpersonal skills. - A Flexible approach to work especially during the company’s quarter and year end accounting periods. - An ability to work to tight deadlines and manage your workload effectively. - You should have great attention to detail as accuracy is important for this role.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210463158/Sales-Invoice-Administrator/apply

https://tunstallhealthcare.livevacancies.co.uk/#/applicant/192/32d1d586-0bc6-4c01-a3d3-26e2211cf5aa?source=CV-Library

Application form online and document of cover note.

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background and use in administration work.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

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24/07/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Advisor in http://zettria.com/data-processor-job-application [via its drop down box - it does not have its own webpage].

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background. I have the skills by which I design and write a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

From time to time I generated resources both online and in reprographics within educational and training work.

Today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


24/07/2019: APPLICATION: Administrative Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/Administrative-Assistant-job-application

Job Responsibilities · Writing and dispatching letters & emails · Arranging case sign up documentation · Undertaking any other tasks/duties as may be reasonably required Job Skills · Microsoft Office · reliability · flexibility

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

Today I further use ICT software including Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


24/07/2019: APPLICATION: Accounts Administrator Hessle Just Added British Jobs Ben Johnson Recruitment

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210467230/Accounts-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-3_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2NDU0OTUxODrIMXrgaUcVSFE5pozW8PGjrkfX14FyZWb8arrVmndoKA&utm_content=466f3112-044f-4094-8469-dea34c34c47d

Checking and Processing Supplier Invoices Dealing with Credits for suppliers Set Up Customer Credit Account Creating Pro-forma Invoices Phone calls, Reminders and Statements to Customers with overdue amounts Pursuing a debtors Purchase and Sales Ledger Banking Payroll

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210467230/Accounts-Administrator/apply

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

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23/07/2019: APPLICATION: Sales Administrator CV Library Edwards & Pearce

A permanent role for an experienced sales administrator Processing customer orders Dealing with customers over the telephone Servicing customers Following up on customer requirements Working closely with internal teams including estimating Full time working hours 8.30am - 5pm Monday to Friday Salary is dependant on experience Experience servicing customers old and new Previous experience processing orders Competent dealing with queries over the telephone The ability to work to tight deadlines A high level of accuracy Experience proof reading customer orders The ability to work part of a team

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210457214/Sales-Administrator/apply

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

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23/07/2019: APPLICATION: Project Officer HU1 1HJ Find a Job Raynet Recruitment Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2660227

Undertake scheme surveys for a range of private sector projects, including the necessary monitoring and management of contractors for the works. To support the Funding and Appraisals Team in all matters associated with the housing led renewal programmes, including compiling technical procurement documentation and undertaking robust tender exercises with the Programme Team to secure and appoint contractors to deliver the Neighbourhood Renewal programme. To work with the Programme Team and other project staff and regeneration partners to develop, implement and co-ordinate specific projects and initiatives to deliver the Neighbourhood Renewal programme within agreed frameworks and timeframes.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2660227

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

My Ph.D Sociology and Social Anthropology took place at the University of Hull: Ph.D thesis (98000 words): New Denominationalism: Tendencies Towards a New Reformation of English Christianity. This involved two churches participant observation; theological study; semi-structured interviews with ministers. My MA in Theological Understanding of Contemporary Society included an MA dissertation (20000 words) Plurality in Proximity: The Gospel of Unitarian Universalism for Contemporary Culture. Linking UUism with postmodernity.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

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23/07/2019: APPLICATION: Data Processor Zettria

http://zettria.com/data-processor-job-application

· telephone work · Administration including filing, photocopying, scanning and archiving Job Skills · Data entry · Positive attitude · IT skills · Reliability · Flexibility

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online, for which I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines that far exceeds the qualifications.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I retain Ph.D level ability to analyse data and have taught as well as composed report writing. I have handled both qualitative and quantitative data for my and departmental analysis and I can do this with creative online ICT use.

Classifying and cataloguing meant I would summary read medical material and give it a classification and then enter this into a database. I have also recorded data into spreadsheets and made reports, this within a team and prioritising.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

Today I further use ICT software including Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


09/07/2019: APPLICATION: Marketing Sales Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/marketing-sales-assistant-job-application

· flexibility to meet client and business demands · an outgoing, patient and calm nature, even under pressure Job Skills · Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel

I have taught Business Studies and this has included marketing, which has remained relevant in the promotion of websites and media productions with which I have been involved.

On a number of occasions I have attended national Unicoms (Unitarian Communicators) gatherings in which I have learnt how to conduct Internet publicity, radio interviews, press releases and poster design, and have tackled focussed marketing of a specifically identified client group.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


22/07/2019: APPLICATION: School Administrator CV Library Academics Ltd

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210435489/School-Administrator-Kirklees-ASAP?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=6223395f-5df1-4797-a501-3859c539b96a

You will be the first person that any school visitor sees upon their arrival, meaning that you are the first impression that is made. It is vital to any school that visitors are welcomed in a manor that is in keeping with the ethos of the school, and here the school is warm, friendly and nurturing. Regarding system knowledge, you don't need to know all there is to know about school systems however prior clerical/administration experience is highly desirable .You will of course receive any training that the school would deem appropriate based on their expectation of the outlined duties.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210435489/School-Administrator-Kirklees-ASAP/apply?sid=6223395f-5df1-4797-a501-3859c539b96a

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background and use in administration work. I have the skills by which I designed and wrote a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have worked in schools (supply teaching and PGCE), colleges (FE - literacy, study skills, ICT), Higher Education (Sociology), Sixth Form (Sociology, Psychology, Economics, History), carried out training (ICT and websites) and aided understanding through resource papers and directed discussion (churches). I dealt with and made resources both online and in reprographics. So I have knowledge throughout the sector and all have employed the use of ICT.

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22/07/2019: APPLICATION: Export Administrator CV Library Hays Office Support

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210443907/Export-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=6223395f-5df1-4797-a501-3859c539b96a

Export/ Import knowledge A good understanding of the shipping industry Excellent IT skills Strong interpersonal skills Proactive can do attitude Be a team Player

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210443907/Export-Administrator/apply?sid=6223395f-5df1-4797-a501-3859c539b96a

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

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22/07/2019: APPLICATION: Admin - Account Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/account-assistant-job-application

Example Job Action: updating the client directly ensuring the client is informed to developments. Your focus and approach should be proactive/attentive of client's needs, through positive communication about their plans, as well as keeping them abreast of progress on existing tasks this job will also involve meeting clients on location Strong IT skills Microsoft Office general web apps · Strong communication skills · reliability · flexibility · driving licence

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Strong communication skills come from education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I am flexible regarding hours and tasking. In my customer service role I was down for 50% part time but often came in for more and worked in morning, afternoon and evening sessions. I have worked on varieties of tasks at once.

I drive my car with a full clean licence for car and motorcyle.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


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21/07/2019: APPLICATION: Transport Administrator CV Library Igloo

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210310324/Transport-Administrator?hlkw=Administrator&search_location=HU7+4UD&sid=b08512ed-4d3a-43ee-ae3f-44aba809219e

...must have an excellent telephone manner, proactive in their approach to their work, have good punctuality throughout their time working with us, be comfortable with working with software such as Microsoft... ...must be good at basic data entry.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210310324/Transport-Administrator/apply?sid=b08512ed-4d3a-43ee-ae3f-44aba809219e

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

I retain Ph.D level ability to analyse data and have taught as well as composed report writing. I have handled both qualitative and quantitative data for my and departmental analysis and I can do this with creative online ICT use.

Classifying and cataloguing meant I would summary read medical material and give it a classification and then enter this into a database. I have also recorded data into spreadsheets and made reports, this within a team and prioritising.

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21/07/2019: APPLICATION: Temp Project Administrator CV Library Office Angels

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210448021/Temp-Project-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=e1eea67b-329f-49e4-9c8c-68a96a88ab4b

Tasked with compiling and sorting a list of buildings sold by the business from various sources (spreadsheets, paper lists etc.) Verifying/updating the information and filling in the blanks (the data is likely to be patchy and could well be out of date/incomplete), through: Cross checking various files/data/paper records Online searches Calling companies up for contact info A fair bit of initiative and tenacity will be required for the above Detail driven Confident on phone Competent on sorting/manipulating data on Excel

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210448021/Temp-Project-Administrator/apply?sid=e1eea67b-329f-49e4-9c8c-68a96a88ab4b

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

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20/07/2019: APPLICATION: Sales Administrator / Sales Support / Sales Co-ordinator Just Added CV Library Reality Solutions Ltd.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210448945/Sales-Administrator-Sales-Support-Sales-Co-ordinator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=e4176d15-abf3-4806-a089-9c72e1d6d6b0

Previous Sales or Administrative Role Administrative or Sales experience required Comfortable with computers and IT, including all Microsoft office software (E.g. Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel) Eager to learn with a 'can do' attitude Possess good organisational, time management and problem-solving skills Ability to keep on top of and manage a large and diverse workload Exceptional customer service skills Exceptional communication Right to work in the UK (Required) Driving Licence (Preferred) Candidates with the relevant experience and job titles of; Sales Administrator, Sales Admin, Administrator, Admin, Sales Support, Support, Assistant, Customer Services, Customer Sales Associate, Customer Services Administrator, Customer Services support, Customer Service Advisor, Office Administrator, Office Admin, Office Assistant, Office Associate, Office Support, General Admin, Team Administrator, Team Admin may be suitable for this role.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210448945/Sales-Administrator-Sales-Support-Sales-Co-ordinator/apply?sid=e4176d15-abf3-4806-a089-9c72e1d6d6b0

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

I have lectured, presented and preached to academic and quite ordinary wide-ranging audiences.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Your Application has been sent


20/07/2019: APPLICATION: Legal Administrator Just Added CV Library Edwards & Pearce

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210449164/Legal-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=e4176d15-abf3-4806-a089-9c72e1d6d6b0

Legal administrators to deal with caseloads and applications Dealing with problems from customers over e-mail and telephone Contacting customers with missing information Working to tight deadlines and company targets Ensuring customer satisfaction is up to the required standards Full time positions You will possess excellent communication skills Experience dealing with customer queries and problem solving The ability to work to tight deadlines Previous administrative and customer service experience

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210449164/Legal-Administrator/apply?sid=e4176d15-abf3-4806-a089-9c72e1d6d6b0

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Your Application has been sent


19/07/2019: APPLICATION: Sales Coordinator HU4 6PA Find a Job SIG PLC

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2641416

As Sales Coordinator you will develop and maintain new sales which will be beneficial and profitable, you will pro-actively target new customers. It is a role that will see you collaborating closely with the warehouse team to ensure the right products are delivered at the right time. Regularly engaging with our external sales force and credit control teams, following up on all sales quotes and leads in a timely manner, record activity and utilise internal systems accurately. You’ll also input orders onto our system and maintain our sales records. The successful candidate will be required to develop and grow a designated account list and contribute to the overall growth of the business. To be a successful Sales Coordinator you should have the ability to build and maintain strong relationships and deliver good quality customer service. Being IT literate is a must and if you have a flair for customer service and are looking for somewhere to enhance your career, this role is ideal!

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2641416

https://www.jobtrain.co.uk/sigplc/PersonalDetails.aspx?JOBid=2864

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

https://www.jobtrain.co.uk/sigplc/thankyou.aspx?JobID=2864&rdoDeclare=1

Hello: Adrian Thank you for submitting your application You have successfully applied for the following position: Sales Coordinator


19/07/2019: APPLICATION: Export Administrator HU28BE Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2643363

Excellent IT skills Strong interpersonal skills Proactive can do attitude Be a team Player Preparing and processing paperwork for domestic and international shipment Cash,L/C bank collection insurance) accurate and timely work with Export L/Cs Timely release Bills of Lading to receivers and/or banks when authorised by Commercial accountant Responding to queries via email from both internal and external customers Applying for export licences and check that they are correct Ensuring that paperwork for shipments is complete and correct prior to dispatch Filing all paperwork and maintaining records in readiness for audits Checking customs documentation such as import/export declarations, resolving any queries and ensuring records are accurate and up to date Ensuring customers are kept fully informed regarding their orders and shipments Receiving customer orders and comparing with quotations Working with other departments to resolve queries Preparing and sending sales acknowledgments to customers Processing customer sales invoices and credits using commercial software Arranging courier collection of orders; and worldwide collection from end user for faulty returns Maintaining electronic and paper-based records required to meet compliance obligations Assisting in the preparation and submission of compliance returns Assisting with queries regarding orders, shipments and compliance from internal departments A good understanding of the shipping industry Excellent IT skills Strong interpersonal skills Proactive can do attitude Be a team Player

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2643363

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_2038419?jobSource=findajob

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Export Administrator (Ref: 3620209)


18/07/2019: APPLICATION: Bank HR Investigator Full time HU10 6ED Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2631718

As a sessional HR investigator you will undertake disciplinary, grievance and bullying and harassment investigations on behalf of Trust Managers. This will primarily involve liaison with senior managers and the HR team to establish the investigation terms of reference (known as the commissioning process) and interviewing witnesses to incidents of alleged misconduct etc. Thereafter you will produce a comprehensive report with recommendations and, where applicable, attend formal hearings to present your findings. Once commissioned, you must be able to commit to a strict timetable, which will result in investigations being concluded within a maximum of 4 weeks. Whilst training will be provided on the investigation process and the Trust’s ‘house style’, you must have previous experience of undertaking investigations or inquiries in some capacity. You must also be an accomplished professional with education to degree level (or equivalent competence) and appropriate specialist knowledge of a particular area of work, e.g., HR, finance, performance, clinical expertise etc. The ability to communicate complex and at times highly sensitive information, extracting information to produce high quality investigation reports is critical; as is the ability to sensitively handle issues of conflict during the investigation process and seek assistance from the commissioning manager/HR where there are potential delays, issues of concern etc.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2631718

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915669305

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I am very willing to study. All the time I have taught, I have learnt. With a PhD and MA and continued attention to matters of education and communication I am able to learn quickly. I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have worked in two NHS libraries where I classified material not by conversion but summary and further reading and finding the appropriate classification: these were then catalogued on to a database. I also worked in Study Skills next door to a Higher Education library in the HE Research Centre (Grimsby College as was).

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

Teacher training and teaching itself involved organising pupils and students in various activities and making sure objectives were met by all.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

With a broad educational background and demonstrable wide set of skills I can multi-task, able to analyse and act upon several different scenarios at once.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/cd6306e4a3d83fcfb3677887d135e33c/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915669305

Job reference: 338-5475B-19 Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-181-598-565


18/07/2019: APPLICATION: Administration Assistant HU3 2RT Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2631962

Applicants will be expected to have previous experience of working in a busy office environment and have the ability to display a high standard of communication, organisational and interpersonal skills. Applicants should be self-motivated and a committed team player with the ability to work individually. The ability to maintain a calm, resilient, positive and flexible approach to your work is essential, as is the ability to use initiative when dealing with unexpected situations. Standard keyboard skills e.g. RSA/OCR II Word/Text processing, ECDL or equivalent are essential and a working knowledge of Lorenzo is preferable. As part of this structured development role, you will commit to a learning and development programme that will be part of your working day.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2631962

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915667418

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I am very willing to study. All the time I have taught, I have learnt. With a PhD and MA and continued attention to matters of education and communication I am able to learn quickly.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have worked in two NHS libraries where I classified material not by conversion but summary and further reading and finding the appropriate classification: these were then catalogued on to a database. I also worked in Study Skills next door to a Higher Education library in the HE Research Centre (Grimsby College as was).

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

Teacher training and teaching itself involved organising pupils and students in various activities and making sure objectives were met by all.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

With a broad educational background and demonstrable wide set of skills I can multi-task, able to analyse and act upon several different scenarios at once.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/e4c0088c756daa192ec3c3636ff01dea/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915667418

Job reference: 338-5562A-19 Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-181-597-817


17/07/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator British Jobs Kingston Recruitment

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210421516/Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2Mzk0NDcwNzqfPTynERBef8hnVCY6pOpEHhvw7OcVKZHNWxpvu9WRTw&utm_content=b5281cac-3633-448a-829c-ec23f5482b76

Inputting information on to their bespoke database Assisting with the recruitment process regarding placement advertisements on websites Arranging interviews Producing offer letters Creating employee files for new starters Providing reception cover when required Ordering stationery Booking meeting rooms This position suits a candidate who has gained administrative skills within a fast paced and challenging environment who is looking to utilise their knowledge and work to high standards. Any experience of HR or recruitment would be of distinct benefit but not essential. Strong IT skills also required.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210421516/Administrator/apply

Do you have experience of working in an HR or Recruitment environment previously No

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

Offered is direct experience of administration in fast-paced offices and administrative support elsewhere

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

Your Application has been sent


17/07/2019: APPLICATION: Administration Assistant HU8 8AZ Find a Job Morson International

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2626768

* Managing and organising documents though a EDMS * Office Administration * Some personal assistance to the Plant Manager and Site Maintenance Engineer * Supplier management * Purchasing * Monthly safety statistics * Regulatory compliance * Provide assistance to central procurement and HR departments Qualifications and Skills * Proficient with MS Office- Excel, Outlook and other common administrative programmes

* Organisational skills, excellent written and verbal communication skills.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2626768

https://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=QnJpc3RvbC5UZWNobm9sb2d5Ljk4NDg2LjEwNjMzQG1vcnNvbi5hcGxpdHJhay5jb20

Thank you for submitting your application.


16/07/2019: APPLICATION: Operations Administrator British Jobs Hays Office Support

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210413941/Operations-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2Mzg1ODMxNzrpUGjSnGKuuWvOzdKYnFLgcffmArMJdFjMXbeec_wduQ&utm_content=168f3449-5aec-43a5-9908-1ba793283cf7

PC Literate - including Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint, Knowledge of systems used (but not essential) - Oracle, Intelliview, SharePoint Good interpersonal and telephone skills Good organisational skills and the ability to work under pressure to deadlines with minimum supervision and as part of a team. Strong work ethic and keen eye for detail

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210413941/Operations-Administrator/apply

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Your Application has been sent


16/07/2019: APPLICATION: Legal Administrator HU1 3HA Find a Job Search Consultancy LTD

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2618984

Are you looking to start out your career as an administrator in a conveyancing environment? Have you got experience of working within a fast paced, customer focused environment? To be a part of this amazing team you will ensure that all inbound and outbound correspondence, telephone calls, faxes and emails are actioned to agreed service standards and to a highly professional level. Whilst doing so you will be required to identify and take ownership of potential problems, reporting these to your Team Leader. You will also be responsible for correctly interpreting redemption statements and search results as well as taking charge of Draft Transfer of Equity and Deeds of Postponement. * Excellent communication and customer service skills * Good attention to detail * Good organisational skills and data input skills. * A good team player with the ability to work on your own initiative * Ability to meet tight deadlines and targets whilst working under pressure.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2618984

https://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=Z2VvcmdpYS5yYWUuNjE4OTMuMTA2MzNAc2VhcmNoLmFwbGl0cmFrLmNvbQ

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for submitting your application.


15/07/2019: APPLICATION: Operations Co-Ordinator British Jobs Mynt Recruitment

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210382471/Operations-Co-Ordinator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_seven-day-results_job-5_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2MzY4NTM1NDpKrjh4PBP_-6-2IymLMe_zwAY1Iv_6vkH7w0tgcJmP9g&utm_content=f4f4bc6d-1cda-431e-be98-555e7938509a

Co-ordinate transport for all incoming and outgoing products Dealing directly with customers updating them with any enquires they may have Setting up new vendor/customer/supplier details on the computer system Updating and generating reports for management meetings and monthly KPI’s Raise invoices in line with customer orders Update stock as and when required General office duties including filing and answering the phone Covering the reception for holidays, busy periods and sickness To be a successful Operations Co-Ordinator, you will have the following skills and experiences: If you have worked as an Operations Administrator, Operations Co-ordinator, Production Administrator, Supply chain Co-ordinator then we would be interested in speaking with you.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210382471/Operations-Co-Ordinator/apply

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Your Application has been sent


15/07/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Advisor HU5 1SN Find a Job NRG

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2608407

• Taking inbound calls from business customers • Investigating issues • Resolving complaints • Handling bill queries • Taking responsibility for each customer you deal with Key skills to have: • Great customer service skills • Adaptable • Good problem solving ability • Resilient • Assertive • Strong IT capabilities • Comfortable working to targets

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2608407

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background and use in administration work. I have the skills by which I designed and wrote a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


14/07/2019: APPLICATION: Operations Admin Support

Kingston Recruitment British Jobs

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210407968/Operations-Admin-Support?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2MzY4NTM1NDpKrjh4PBP_-6-2IymLMe_zwAY1Iv_6vkH7w0tgcJmP9g&utm_content=f4f4bc6d-1cda-431e-be98-555e7938509a

Liaising closely with engineers, sub-contractors and supervisors to ensure projects are running on time and all necessary paperwork is documented and recorded. Create and maintain ‘work packs’ for new contracts and projects, making sure all information is correct and present. Order consumables and stationary. Deal with incoming queries either over the telephone or via email. Liaise with internal departments.

 https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210407968/Operations-Admin-Support/apply

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.


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14/07/2019: APPLICATION: IFA Administrator / Trainee Paraplanner Lime People Search & Select Ltd British Jobs

We would ideally be seeking someone with 1-3 years experience working within an Administrative role within a Financial Advisory firm. It would be to your advantage if you have an any knowledge or understanding of investments pensions, life assurance, permanent health insurance and personal tax, it would also be to your advantage if you have started any studies related to Financial Advice or Financial Planning and / or have a desire to progress into Paraplanning and Financial Advice in the longer-term.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210076107/IFA-Administrator-Trainee-Paraplanner/apply

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

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13/07/2019: APPLICATION: Office Administrator British Jobs Prestige Recruitment Specialists

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210337064/Office-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-3_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2MzU5OTY4MzrT5ECj2oNZq0z5cXe4Rgw4VGtwC2UiypfDwQadUkjGQQ&utm_content=f50c8277-92f4-46ee-b00b-bb4c00d6ca5a

• Ability to work in a team and individually • Ability to work within and achieve tight deadlines • Well organised, flexible and enjoys the diversity of tasks • Good attention to detail • Have strong communication skills • Have strong IT skills

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210337064/Office-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-3_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2MzU5OTY4MzrT5ECj2oNZq0z5cXe4Rgw4VGtwC2UiypfDwQadUkjGQQ&utm_content=f50c8277-92f4-46ee-b00b-bb4c00d6ca5a

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

Teacher training and teaching itself involved organising pupils and students in various activities and making sure objectives were met by all.

I have organised research timing and thesis writing; I write and order the narrative of a novel. I understand library classification systems.

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background and use in administration work. I have the skills by which I designed and wrote a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages).

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

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13/07/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Advisor British Jobs Brook Street UK

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210396593/Customer-Service-Advisor?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-7_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2MzU5OTY4MzrT5ECj2oNZq0z5cXe4Rgw4VGtwC2UiypfDwQadUkjGQQ&utm_content=f50c8277-92f4-46ee-b00b-bb4c00d6ca5a

Excellent written and verbal communication Ability to work under pressure Able to demonstrate exceptional multitasking skills Excellent organisation skills Previous administration experience Strong team player Answering telephone enquiries/inbound calls Dealing with complaints Re-scheduling of follow-on orders Updating the system with relevant notes Monitoring active dashboard and interactive planner at all times

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/210396593/Customer-Service-Advisor?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-7_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU2MzU5OTY4MzrT5ECj2oNZq0z5cXe4Rgw4VGtwC2UiypfDwQadUkjGQQ&utm_content=f50c8277-92f4-46ee-b00b-bb4c00d6ca5a

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

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12/07/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist Wolseley Medical Centre, Londesborough Street,, HU3 1DS Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2596396

Duties will include performing reception duties, booking appointments, inviting patients to clinics, recording patient information. A good standard of general education and experience of working in a GP practice is desirable along with experience of TPP SystemOne is preferably. You will need to be calm under pressure and be able to work with other members of the team. You will need to be flexible as you may also be required to cover for sickness and holidays at short notice.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2596396

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/appform2/f125ab4c1dd131a2e1832448f3291691/?vac_ref=915660338

No opportunity for cover note in this version of the NHS form.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/a8f1ca2ef03ff8eccce67ced18826725/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915660338

Job reference: J180-A-19-313496 Employer: Central Advertising - General Practitioners Application reference: AR-181-374-861


12/07/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator HU3 2JZ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2596044

The post holder would be required to work towards and complete a Screening qualification within 2 years of appointment to post. The Trust is undergoing service transformations and review, therefore there may be a requirement in future for weekend work/or early evening work. Applicants must be able to demonstrate excellent interpersonal, communication and team working skills, together with an ability to prioritise workload and work flexibly under pressure to achieve deadlines. Experience of working within the NHS is essential.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2596044

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I am very willing to study. All the time I have taught, I have learnt. With a PhD and MA and continued attention to matters of education and communication I am able to learn quickly.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have worked in two NHS libraries where I classified material not by conversion but summary and further reading and finding the appropriate classification: these were then catalogued on to a database. I also worked in Study Skills next door to a Higher Education library in the HE Research Centre (Grimsby College as was).

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

Teacher training and teaching itself involved organising pupils and students in various activities and making sure objectives were met by all.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

With a broad educational background and demonstrable wide set of skills I can multi-task, able to analyse and act upon several different scenarios at once.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/59f57156e255263d7a55a39b68445f1b/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915659541

Job reference: 356-19-1851165 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-181-375-023


11/07/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator NHS Jobs

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915645505

...help manage the end to end clinical administrative processes associated to the patient pathways, ensuring a smooth and efficient service for both the multidisciplinary team and patients. We are looking for a team player with good communication and organisational skills and who has a flexible approach to work. The post-holder will need to work independently in a diverse and interesting office environment and frontline positions, using their initiative to prioritise their workload, multi task and maintain confidentiality.

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I understand and have had experience of both commercial (spreadsheet program workings) and pastoral (church) forms of confidentiality (and where confidentiality is denied, as in aspects of teaching).

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have worked in two NHS libraries where I classified material not by conversion but summary and further reading and finding the appropriate classification: these were then catalogued on to a database. I also worked in Study Skills next door to a Higher Education library in the HE Research Centre (Grimsby College as was).

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

Teacher training and teaching itself involved organising pupils and students in various activities and making sure objectives were met by all.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

With a broad educational background and demonstrable wide set of skills I can multi-task, able to analyse and act upon several different scenarios at once.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/7f79e95dfe52869a3bbfd3de9c8c070f/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915645505

Job reference: 356-19-1819710 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-181-333-203


11/07/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator HU3 2JZ Find a Job Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2589258

...to join the Humber Diabetic Eye Screening Programme as an Administrator. The post holder would be required to work towards and complete a Screening qualification within 2 years of appointment to post. Applicants must be able to demonstrate excellent interpersonal, communication and team working skills, together with an ability to prioritise workload and work flexibly under pressure to achieve deadlines. Experience of working within the NHS is essential.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2589258

http://jobs.hey.nhs.uk/job/UK/East_Yorkshire/Hull/Hull_University_Teaching_Hospitals_NHS_Trust/Administrator/Administrator-v1851165?ref=UniversalJobMatch&

on to:

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915659588

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I am very willing to study. All the time I have taught, I have learnt. In fact I learn through providing online resources. I am willing to learn further. With a PhD and MA and continued attention to matters of education and communication I am able to learn quickly.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have worked in two NHS libraries where I classified material not by conversion but summary and further reading and finding the appropriate classification: these were then catalogued on to a database. I also worked in Study Skills next door to a Higher Education library in the HE Research Centre (Grimsby College as was).

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

Teacher training and teaching itself involved organising pupils and students in various activities and making sure objectives were met by all.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

With a broad educational background and demonstrable wide set of skills I can multi-task, able to analyse and act upon several different scenarios at once.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/f3d061173d9faa5703df94a47b920888/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915659588

Job reference: 356-19-1851740 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-181-332-883


11/07/2019: APPLICATION: Admin - Account Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/account-assistant-job-application

Example Job Action: updating the client directly ensuring the client is informed to developments. Your focus and approach should be proactive/attentive of client's needs, through positive communication about their plans, as well as keeping them abreast of progress on existing tasks this job will also involve meeting clients on location Strong IT skills Microsoft Office general web apps · Strong communication skills · reliability · flexibility · driving licence

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Strong communication skills come from education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I am flexible regarding hours and tasking. In my customer service role I was down for 50% part time but often came in for more and worked in morning, afternoon and evening sessions. I have worked on varieties of tasks at once.

I drive my car with a full clean licence for car and motorcyle.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


10/07/2019: APPLICATION: Temporary Artwork Administrator Just Added CV Library Edwards & Pearce

An administration assistant to support a small artwork department Supporting with the artwork and marketing of the company product Providing administrative support over a variety of areas in the department Full time working hours This is a 3 month contract. Experienced using all Microsoft packages A person who is a competent user of Adobe software A creative person Good attention to details Somebody who is keen to lean and support

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210380010/Temporary-Artwork-Administrator/apply?sid=a8054361-ea34-407e-8ba4-e3813d8119f5

I have produced artwork and design for a printed and online magazine; I use a variety of artistic software and co-ordinate them together. Evidence of this is available online at my website http://www.pluralist.co.uk and click on Galleries on the top menu or go directly to http://www.pluralist.co.uk/gallery.html. There are images of all categories, some of it originating on canvas and then scanned and some at the computer itself.

I use a whole variety of art software packages, from drawing to simulated painting and photographic manipulation, raster and vector, for online and printing. These also integrate with Desk Top Publishing and .PDF production.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

From time to time I generated resources both online and in reprographics within educational and training work.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

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10/07/2019: APPLICATION: Data Processor Zettria

http://zettria.com/data-processor-job-application

· telephone work · Administration including filing, photocopying, scanning and archiving Job Skills · Data entry · Positive attitude · IT skills · Reliability · Flexibility

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online, for which I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines that far exceeds the qualifications.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I retain Ph.D level ability to analyse data and have taught as well as composed report writing. I have handled both qualitative and quantitative data for my and departmental analysis and I can do this with creative online ICT use.

Classifying and cataloguing meant I would summary read medical material and give it a classification and then enter this into a database. I have also recorded data into spreadsheets and made reports, this within a team and prioritising.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

Today I further use ICT software including Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


10/07/2019: APPLICATION: Contract Administrator - Skills Support for the Unemployed HCUK85013 CV Library Hull College

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210373882/Contract-Administrator-Skills-Support-for-the-Unemployed-HCUK85013?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=a8054361-ea34-407e-8ba4-e3813d8119f5

Candidates for this role must have recent and relevant experience of working in an administration environment, be capable of taking minutes and preparing meeting documentation and have a background of working in a customer focussed environment and providing excellent customer service. Experience of using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher) Outlook and Explorer and using Information & Learning Technology is essential for the post.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210373882/Contract-Administrator-Skills-Support-for-the-Unemployed-HCUK85013/apply?sid=a8054361-ea34-407e-8ba4-e3813d8119f5

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

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09/07/2019: APPLICATION: Sales Administrator HU2 8BE Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

First point of contact for incoming customer email and phone enquiries-Maintain and develop relationships with new & existing customers via telephone calls and emails Providing customers with quotations. Progressing orders, and replying to customer questions Provide administrative support where required for SOP Liaise with production, transport and suppliers to check the progress of existing orders Customer focused - with confident telephone manner Proficient in Basic IT Skills- Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel & Word) Working knowledge of Sage an advantage (but not essential as training will be given) Account Management experience Able to work on own initiative Excellent presentation, communication and negotiation skills Strong sales and business development skills, with the ability to self source and develop new business opportunities

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2575171

https://m.hays.co.uk/search/?q=&stat=e&location=&specialismId=&subSpecialismId=&locationf=&industryf=&sortType=0&jobType=-1&payTypefacet=-1&minPay=0&maxPay=11&jobSource=HaysGCJ

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/sales-administrator-newcastle-under-lyme-en-GB_3628949?q=Sales%20Administrator&location=&applyId=JOB_2045197&jobSource=HaysGCJ&isSponsored=N&specialismId=&subSpecialismId=&jobName=projects/mineral-balm-174308/jobs/109423816309908166&lang=en

No opportunity for cover note.


09/07/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist HU1 3QD Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

As the face of the organisation, you will be the first point of contact for all visitors and staff entering the building. This is a varied Reception role which requires an experienced and personable character. Responsibilities include greeting visitors, answering phone, booking meeting rooms, booking flights, hotels and hire cars, deal with incoming and outgoing post and parcels, organise events, use of tannoy system, additional ad-hoc duties. This is an extremely varied role with no two days the same. What you'll need to succeed You will be proficient in MS Office, specifically Excel. Along with an excellent telephone manner, good attention to detail, the ability to work under pressure and multitask. Previous experience of working in a Reception environment is essential.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2575156

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_2045923?jobSource=findajob

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of receptionist (ref: 3632734)


09/07/2019: APPLICATION: Marketing Sales Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/marketing-sales-assistant-job-application

· flexibility to meet client and business demands · an outgoing, patient and calm nature, even under pressure Job Skills · Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel

I have taught Business Studies and this has included marketing, which has remained relevant in the promotion of websites and media productions with which I have been involved.

On a number of occasions I have attended national Unicoms (Unitarian Communicators) gatherings in which I have learnt how to conduct Internet publicity, radio interviews, press releases and poster design, and have tackled focussed marketing of a specifically identified client group.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


08/07/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Advisor in http://zettria.com/data-processor-job-application [via its drop down box - it does not have its own webpage].

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background. I have the skills by which I design and write a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

From time to time I generated resources both online and in reprographics within educational and training work.

Today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


08/07/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator, part time Just Added CV Library Stafforce Recruitment

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210364505/Administrator-part-time?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=fffdac4b-ade6-4b78-b911-3a66acbf33e2

Our client have a fantastic opportunity to join their team initially on a temporary basis however this may lead to a permanent contract. They require an efficient administrator with exceptional communication skills to work 10-2 3x days per week with alternative Saturdays. Daily duties: * Management of rental properties * Daily liaison with tenants and landlords * Cash handling * Maintain gas certs and repairs * Strict documentation management Ideal candidate: * Professional manner * Happy working under pressure * Strong communicator * Available immediately * Computer literate * Customer service skills * Experience working within an estate agents would be advantageous

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210364505/Administrator-part-time/apply?sid=fffdac4b-ade6-4b78-b911-3a66acbf33e2

Can you work the hours specified Yes

From research to administration I have given attention to both qualitative and quantitative details, with an ability to summary-read, edit and check back that what has been written is correct.

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Your Application has been sent


08/07/2019: APPLICATION: Administrative Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/Administrative-Assistant-job-application

Job Responsibilities · Writing and dispatching letters & emails · Arranging case sign up documentation · Undertaking any other tasks/duties as may be reasonably required Job Skills · Microsoft Office · reliability · flexibility

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

Today I further use ICT software including Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


Showing Jobs searching 24/06/2019 to 07/07/2019; Number of listed applications is 32.


07/07/2019: APPLICATION: Project Administrator, Fleet Support Administrator, Production Admin CV Library RoS International Ltd

Excellent MS Office Skills Previous Experience working in the construction Industry Strong organisational skills Experience with Project Material Schedules... strong administration skills. You will be liaising with Project Managers on a daily basis setting up project templates ensuring projects material requirements are met and fall in line with project completion targets.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210328811/Project-Administrator-Fleet-Support-Administrator-Production-Admin/apply?sid=f78c5883-d083-469a-8a84-92888e4d4b5e

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I possess and have used Gantt project organising software.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

Your Application has been sent


07/07/2019: APPLICATION: Document Administrator CV Library Edwards & Pearce

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210304654/Document-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=f78c5883-d083-469a-8a84-92888e4d4b5e

This a temporary administrative position supporting a document department Up-Loading a back log of work onto an in-house computer system Checking correspondence and cross checking information In-Putting of data Generalist administration support as and when required Full time working hours Due to the fact this role is temporary you will need immediate availability You will have good attention to detail and advanced data in-putting skills Fully confident using IT packages Able to hit the ground running You must have worked in an administrative function Your own transport is needed for this role due to the company location.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210304654/Document-Administrator/apply?sid=f78c5883-d083-469a-8a84-92888e4d4b5e

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

Your Application has been sent


06/07/2019: APPLICATION: In-House Legal Administrator CV Library Sacco Mann (Leeds)

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210348402/In-House-Legal-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=a1fce505-c2bd-45a0-ad08-817439ccb9e0

An In-House Legal Administrator is highly sought after in Hull... If you have a background in purely administration duties but have an interest in Law you are the ideal candidate! ... - You must have an excellent level of attention to detail and be able to confidently show this. -Essentially you will be trained on the legal element to the role however your administration skills are essential. -You will work in a small team of four and so personality is important. You must be able to join a small team and fit in with ease.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210348402/In-House-Legal-Administrator/apply?sid=a1fce505-c2bd-45a0-ad08-817439ccb9e0

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

Classifying and cataloguing meant I would summary read medical material and give it a classification and then enter this into a database. I have also recorded data into spreadsheets and made reports, this within a team and prioritising.

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Your Application has been sent


06/07/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Find a Job Pertemps Network Group

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2550423

The successful applicant will be pivotal in providing high quality customer service to customers looking to re-mortgage their properties. Previous experience working within a customer service or call centre position is essential - Excellent communication and customer service skills - Attention to detail and the ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines - Experience of working in a high volume environment - Competent in the use of computers e.g. Microsoft Office etc.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2550423

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background and use in administration work. I have the skills by which I designed and wrote a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


05/07/2019: APPLICATION: Senior Administrator Ward Clerk Service HU3 2JZ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2552624

We are looking for an enthusiastic person with previous supervisory experience of managing a large team to work within the ward clerk service at Hull Royal Infirmary. The successful candidate must have good communication skills and be able to work as part of a team, as well as using their own initiative, and have the ability to organise and prioritise their workload. They will be responsible for ensuring all mandatory training is up to date for staff, performance reviews, rotas, and general trouble shooting on wards on a daily basis

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2552624

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915649874

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have worked in two NHS libraries where I classified material not by conversion but summary and further reading and finding the appropriate classification: these were then catalogued on to a database. I also worked in Study Skills next door to a Higher Education library in the HE Research Centre (Grimsby College as was).

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Teacher training and teaching itself involved organising pupils and students in various activities and making sure objectives were met by all.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

With a broad educational background and demonstrable wide set of skills I can multi-task, able to analyse and act upon several different scenarios at once.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/7892b9fa6b9100feb9eea073e3233c42/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915649874

Job reference: 356-19-1808453 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-181-114-107


05/07/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist Just Added CV Library KFM Recruitment Solutions

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210353939/Receptionist-Full-Time?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=1e1030fa-7c66-4930-8063-27643e898238

Front of house, greeting candidates in a professional and friendly manner Call screening and taking accurate messages Registration of candidates, guiding and assisting them through the process Data input Completing ID and compliance checks Other administration duties as required to suit the business needs The successful candidate will: Be experienced in working on a busy reception desk or an administrative role with transferable skills Possess excellent customer service skills Have strong administrative skills, be an accurate data inputter Enjoy working in a fast paced environment, able to work under pressure Have the ability to multitask

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210353939/Receptionist-Full-Time/apply?sid=1e1030fa-7c66-4930-8063-27643e898238

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Classifying and cataloguing meant I would summary read medical material and give it a classification and then enter this into a database. I have also recorded data into spreadsheets and made reports, this within a team and prioritising.

From research to administration I have given attention to both qualitative and quantitative details, with an ability to summary-read, edit and check back that what has been written is correct.

Your Application has been sent


04/07/2019: APPLICATION: Senior Administrator HU3 2JZ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2535874

We are looking for a team player with good communication and organisational skills, who is flexible in their approach to work. The post-holder will need to work independently in a diverse and interesting office environment, using their initiative to prioritise their workload, multi task and maintain confidentiality. This position will involve supervisory responsibilities, including the allocation of workload to the department, general HR issues and staff management.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2535874

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915644821

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

With a broad educational background and demonstrable wide set of skills I can multi-task, able to analyse and act upon several different scenarios at once.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have worked in two NHS libraries where I classified material not by conversion but summary and further reading and finding the appropriate classification: these were then catalogued on to a database. I also worked in Study Skills next door to a Higher Education library in the HE Research Centre (Grimsby College as was).

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/14369041d3f1bacd5a3114f3cacbbe87/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915644821

Job reference: 356-19-1814544 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-181-072-283


04/07/2019: APPLICATION: Project Quality Co-ordinator Find a Job NRL Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2547147

- To take charge of all site documentation including supplier documents, material certificates, records of qualifications and test records. - Dealing with Data Books - Any other duties as and when required - Document control experience - Experience working on a large industrial project - Good IT skills including PDF editing

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2547147

https://www.aptrack.co/uap/AAAFeAAPVnwACMtl

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background. I have the skills by which I designed and wrote a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

From time to time I generated resources both online and in reprographics within educational and training work.

I possess and have used Gantt project organising software.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, .PDF editors, scanning equipment and novel writing software.

I retain Ph.D level ability to analyse data and have taught as well as composed report writing. I have handled both qualitative and quantitative data for my and departmental analysis and I can do this with creative online ICT use.

Classifying and cataloguing meant I would summary read medical material and give it a classification and then enter this into a database. I have also recorded data into spreadsheets and made reports, this within a team and prioritising.

Your application for Project Quality Co-ordinator has been successfully recorded and awaits processing.


03/07/2019: APPLICATION: Clerical Officer HU3 2JZ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2535988

Candidates must be confident and highly motivated and able to multi-task in a busy administration office. Excellent communication skills are essential as you will be expected to work with a diverse range of people. Good IT and typing skills are also a must; we aim to deliver a high standard of service to our patients and medical team. This is a busy and dynamic environment and you must be able to demonstrate experience of being a great team player.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2535988

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915645316

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have worked in two NHS libraries where I classified material not by conversion but summary and further reading and finding the appropriate classification: these were then catalogued on to a database. I also worked in Study Skills next door to a Higher Education library in the HE Research Centre (Grimsby College as was).

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/9e903d2844956e317ea0c5c83d34a242/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915645316

Job reference: 356-19-1817128 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-181-031-735


03/07/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator Hull Royal Infirmary, Hull, HU3 2JZ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2535982

Candidates must be confident and highly motivated and able to multi-task in a busy administration office. Excellent communication skills are essential as you will be expected to work with a diverse range of people. Good IT and typing skills with attention to detail are also a must; we aim to deliver a high standard of service to our patients and medical team. This is a busy and dynamic environment and you must be able to demonstrate experience of being a great team player.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2535982

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915645166

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

With a broad educational background and demonstrable wide set of skills I can multi-task, able to analyse and act upon several different scenarios at once.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have worked in two NHS libraries where I classified material not by conversion but summary and further reading and finding the appropriate classification: these were then catalogued on to a database. I also worked in Study Skills next door to a Higher Education library in the HE Research Centre (Grimsby College as was).

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/5c949d2e5c1bb37849d891405b99a16c/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915645166

Job reference: 356-19-1817045 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-181-032-019


02/07/2019: APPLICATION: GP Receptionist Beverley, HU17 7BZ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2525804

Caring and empathetic with a desire to help our patients Excellent customer and service skills Ability to work as part of a team and communicate effectively Hard working, reliable and able to use own initiative Competent IT skills Duties will include: Meet and greet Booking appointments Booking secondary care appointments - Choose and Book Liaising with GPs and secondary care Signposting patients

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2525804

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915642874

CV compulsory and no separate cover note space given.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/7055c7d546765f1b3d84efe361bfef6c/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915642874

Job reference: J180-A-19-310393 Employer: Central Advertising - General Practitioners Application reference: AR-180-981-603


02/07/2019: APPLICATION: Control Clerk Find a Job Britannia Hotels LTD HU1 3UF

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2527376

• Ensure that the interests of the Britannia Hotel Group are protected at all time. • Provide all relevant control/financial information and assistance to the Hotel Controller. • Ensure maximum revenue is generated and losses are kept to a minimum. • Ensure all new company procedures and instructions are adhered to. • Be responsible for processing wages and personnel paperwork. The successful candidate will have excellent attention to detail, prioritise their work effectively, work well towards strict deadlines and have excellent numerical and communication skills.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2527376

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

From research to administration I have given attention to both qualitative and quantitative details, with an ability to summary-read, edit and check back that what has been written is correct.

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

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01/07/2019: APPLICATION: Resources Assistant HU1 2BN Find a Job Spencer Group

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2480755

• Booking in and out internal plant. • Maintain service information on items of plant. • Maintain service information for Spencer vans, cars and opt-out vehicles. • Organising external plant and building relationship with suppliers • Maintain a stock of PPE in the workshop and distribute accordingly. • Assist Resources Manager with insurance claims / potential claims. • Booking hotel accommodation for employees across various sites/projects. • Raise purchase orders for plant/stock/hotel accommodation etc • General filing, answering calls / emails and assisting Plant Manager with any other tasks as required. • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. • Ability to work to tight deadlines. • Ability to prioritise a constantly changing workload. • Strong numeracy and IT skills. • Active interest in business and commerce • A proactive approach to tasks

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2480755

https://thespencergroup.co.uk/vacancies

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing. I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk. My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise. I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke. I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing. Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments. I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting. During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 ( NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

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01/07/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist/ Administration Officer HU5 1NF Find a Job Sight Support Hull & East Yorkshire

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2483156

• Create and promote a welcoming and informative environment in the Sight Support Resource Centre. • Promote Sight Support resources and services to people with visual impairment. • Research new equipment and services available for people with visual impairment. • Build and maintain relationships with partner organisations. • Organise events to promote resources and services. • Help to coordinate Sight Support Outreach Services. • Be the first point of call for visitors to Sight Support. • Possess excellent communication and customer care skills. • Be approachable and empathetic • Be self-motivated and able to work with minimal supervision. The successful candidate will be self-motivated with proven excellent customer care and communication skills and have the ability to integrate into an existing successful team, be able to create rapport with various different stakeholders and deliver consistently high quality work to tight timescales and deadlines. A full driving license is desirable.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2483156

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I drive my car with a full clean licence for car and motorcyle.

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30/06/2019: APPLICATION: Warranty and Service Administrator - Automotive Industry CV Library Venatu Consulting Ltd

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210307515/Warranty-and-Service-Administrator-Automotive-Industry?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=49743749-96fe-4c7a-89e2-8c09b0c2261b

* Ability to work in an organised & methodical manner in a fast-moving environment * Effective communication skills, both oral and written * Negotiation skills and a good selling technique * Basic knowledge of Word, Excel & Outlook applications & general computer literacy * Friendly and helpful nature with the desire to deliver excellent customer service * Conducting yourself in a professional manner always

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210307515/Warranty-and-Service-Administrator-Automotive-Industry/apply?sid=49743749-96fe-4c7a-89e2-8c09b0c2261b

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

I have lectured, presented and preached to academic and quite ordinary wide-ranging audiences.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

Teacher training and teaching itself involved organising pupils and students in various activities and making sure objectives were met by all.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

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30/06/2019: APPLICATION: Recruitment Resourcer CV Library Prestige Recruitment Specialists

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/207375335/Recruitment-Resourcer?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=49743749-96fe-4c7a-89e2-8c09b0c2261b

• Providing a high-quality customer services experience. • Answering the telephone when necessary • Assisting the commercial team with general administration • Identifying skills to match appropriately with vacancies • Dealing with general enquires relating to contracts, pay, logistics, etc. • Sourcing, attracting and interviewing applicants.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/207375335/Recruitment-Resourcer/apply?sid=49743749-96fe-4c7a-89e2-8c09b0c2261b

My Ph.D Sociology and Social Anthropology involved semi-structured interviews with ministers. I have interviewed students in teaching.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

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29/06/2019: APPLICATION: IT Support / Service Desk Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2484888

- 1st Line IT Support knowledge and background - Previous experience of working on a busy IT Service Desk would be ideal. - Excellent Customer Service Standards - Ability to prioritise issues and IT incidents and an understanding of when to escalate to Senior Staff

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2484888

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_2020347?jobSource=findajob

No opportunity for cover note.


29/06/2019: APPLICATION: Admin Support Officer Beverley Ambulance Station, Beverley, HU17 7LP Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2516659

• Providing administrative and secretarial support to the CBU management team • Liaising with other departments and external organisations • Ensuring a secure and confidential environment To succeed in this role you will: • Provide, receive and deal with routine, complex & sensitive information, sometimes requiring tact and diplomacy where there are barriers to understanding. • Manage and prioritise own workload and provide administrative functions as requested to maintain service continuity using time management, organisation and prioritisation skills. • Prepare excel/graphical statistical/performance reports for the Clinical Business Unit. • Request information from various sources to provide the CBU management team with sufficient details / background to enable immediate response to correspondence. • Independently reply to / action correspondence where necessary.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2516659

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915641581

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have worked in two NHS libraries where I classified material not by conversion but summary and further reading and finding the appropriate classification: these were then catalogued on to a database. I also worked in Study Skills next door to a Higher Education library in the HE Research Centre (Grimsby College as was).

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/8ccac84fcc3849f54a8ea66e2eedbefe/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915641581

Job reference: 174-ASO-280619-MB Employer: Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust Application reference: AR-180-890-539


28/06/2019: APPLICATION: Health Advisor Unit 4, Earls Court, Henry Boot Way, Priory Park, HU4 7DY Find a Job NHS Jobs

CHCP CIC are looking to recruit a highly motivated, hardworking and enthusiastic Health Advisors to work within the new 24 hour Care Coordination Hub. Hours available to suit individual needs. We positively embrace flexible working and recognise that employees may wish to balance work and family/home life.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2508784

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915637999

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

All the time I have taught, I have learnt. In fact I learn through providing online resources. I am willing to learn further.

I am interested in expanding my horizons and working with people in a fresh endeavour.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have worked in two NHS libraries where I classified material not by conversion but summary and further reading and finding the appropriate classification: these were then catalogued on to a database. I also worked in Study Skills next door to a Higher Education library in the HE Research Centre (Grimsby College as was).

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/2a8c4a3e8975199669362c0cc10a1869/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915637999

Job reference: 810-CH2763 Employer: City Health Care Partnership CIC Application reference: AR-180-867-475


28/06/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Advisor Inbound HU5 1SN Find a Job NRG

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2513500

• Great customer service skills • Adaptable • Good problem solving ability • Resilient • Assertive • Strong IT capabilities • Comfortable working to targets

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2513500

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

All the time I have taught, I have learnt. In fact I learn through providing online resources. I am willing to learn further.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background. I have the skills by which I designed and wrote a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

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27/06/2019: APPLICATION: Switchboard/ Helpdesk Operative Find a Job Sodexo

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2503517

Check helpdesk inbox regularly throughout the day. Action all emails promptly and calls. Enter all requests in Maximo system. Liaise with Supervisors / External Suppliers to ensure works are carried out in a timely manner. Monitor raised requests on a daily basis, closing jobs on completion. Send out feedback forms following completion. Action any concerns raised in feedback forms. Responsible for managing the Training Centre Room bookings via telephone / email and update the outlook calendar accordingly. Confirmation email to be sent to the requestor.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2503517

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

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27/06/2019: APPLICATION: Accounts Assistant CV Library Elevation Recruitment Group

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210282172/Accounts-Assistant?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=02ae7dc9-a463-494e-a289-3d3969ccbdf2

Recruitment Group are keen to speak to applicants with the following: - Hold or be willing to work towards an Accounting qualification such as AAT - Possess advanced Microsoft Excel skills - At least two years of transferrable experience - Drive and desire to learn and progress in a busy fast paced function - Excellent communication skills - Hold a full UK licence and have access to own transport due to the location of the site

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210282172/Accounts-Assistant/apply?sid=02ae7dc9-a463-494e-a289-3d3969ccbdf2

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

With a PhD and MA and continued attention to matters of education and communication I am able to learn quickly. I am artistic, analytical and literate. Constantly developing new skills and much using ICT (like magazine production, music composition) I am adaptable.

I am interested in expanding my horizons and working with people in a fresh endeavour.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Classifying and cataloguing meant I would summary read medical material and give it a classification and then enter this into a database. I have also recorded data into spreadsheets and made reports, this within a team and prioritising.

From research to administration I have given attention to both qualitative and quantitative details, with an ability to summary-read, edit and check back that what has been written is correct.

I drive my car with a full clean licence for car and motorcyle.

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27/06/2019: ACTION: INTERVIEW: Application for: Senior Administrator Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust 356-19-1763601

https://apps.trac.jobs/application/15870969/interview

https://apps.trac.jobs/application/15870969?_ts=259594

Castle Hill Hospital Cottingham HU16 5JQ Report to: Main outpatients Entrance 2 Received guaranteed close disabled parking space. Panel: Vanessa Beharrell (Lead) Managment Assistant


26/06/2019: APPLICATION: Sales Ledger Controller Find a Job Spencer Group

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2494995

Excellent communication and time management skills • The ability to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines within a busy and demanding environment • The ability to maintain and develop good relationships with both internal (Commercial, Delivery and Support Teams) and external (Clients and Suppliers) stakeholders • The ability to prioritise workloads and to work to a high standard of accuracy • Ability to work independently or as part of a team to ensure all deadlines and targets are met • Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office (Excel, Word and Access) is essential. • A flexible and ‘can do’ attitude is required

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2494995

https://thespencergroup.co.uk/vacancies

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

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26/06/2019: APPLICATION: Marketing Sales Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/marketing-sales-assistant-job-application

· flexibility to meet client and business demands · an outgoing, patient and calm nature, even under pressure Job Skills · Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel

I have taught Business Studies and this has included marketing, which has remained relevant in the promotion of websites and media productions with which I have been involved.

On a number of occasions I have attended national Unicoms (Unitarian Communicators) gatherings in which I have learnt how to conduct Internet publicity, radio interviews, press releases and poster design, and have tackled focussed marketing of a specifically identified client group.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


26/06/2019: APPLICATION: Admin - Account Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/account-assistant-job-application

Example Job Action: updating the client directly ensuring the client is informed to developments. Your focus and approach should be proactive/attentive of client's needs, through positive communication about their plans, as well as keeping them abreast of progress on existing tasks this job will also involve meeting clients on location Strong IT skills Microsoft Office general web apps · Strong communication skills · reliability · flexibility · driving licence

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Strong communication skills come from education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I am flexible regarding hours and tasking. In my customer service role I was down for 50% part time but often came in for more and worked in morning, afternoon and evening sessions. I have worked on varieties of tasks at once.

I drive my car with a full clean licence for car and motorcyle.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


25/06/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist/Administrator Find a Job The Hessle Grange Medical Practice

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2487021

16 and 24 hours per week. Hours will be worked over 3 or 4 days and will be a mixture of morning (7.30am start) and afternoon (1.15pm start) shifts, with 2 late nights (Monday & Wednesday 8pm finish)

Applicants must be flexible and able to cover for annual leave and short notice sickness and must available for the above shift patterns.

Previous administrative experience, excellent communication and IT skills are essential.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2487021

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. I have lectured, presented and preached to academic and quite ordinary wide-ranging audiences.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


25/06/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Advisor in http://zettria.com/data-processor-job-application [via its drop down box - it does not have its own webpage].

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background. I have the skills by which I design and write a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

From time to time I generated resources both online and in reprographics within educational and training work.

Today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


25/06/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator Find a Job The Hessle Grange Medical Practice

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2487064

Duties will be varied and include processing prescription requests, operating a recall system, scanning incoming documents, processing and forwarding all incoming mail, receive and respond to telephone enquiries. Applicants must be flexible and able to cover for annual leave and short notice sickness . Previous administrative experience, excellent communication and IT skills are essential. The post holder will have an efficient and courteous manner, provide an effective and polite telephone enquiry service and proactively communicate information between relevant patients, doctors and professionals as well as provide administrative support in conjunction with other practice staff.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2487064

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


25/06/2019: APPLICATION: Administrative Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/Administrative-Assistant-job-application

Job Responsibilities · Writing and dispatching letters & emails · Arranging case sign up documentation · Undertaking any other tasks/duties as may be reasonably required Job Skills · Microsoft Office · reliability · flexibility

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

Today I further use ICT software including Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


24/06/2019: APPLICATION: Order Processor Willerby CV Library HP Careers Ltd

Speaking with business customers and processing new orders Accurately entering new orders onto the system according to deadlines Investigating and resolving any queries relating to either delivery or invoice issues Informing the business customer of offers that relate to the quantity of their order Liaising with various internal departments including finance, warehouse, sales etc. Communication with hauliers regarding deliveries General office administration: data entry, emails, order processing, updating various IT systems, producing quotations etc. Following company policy and procedures to maintain quality standards Attend weekly departmental meetings to provide updates and share information Key Skill Requirements Customer Service experience within an office environment Order processing / administration Computer literate: MS office, word, excel, email and databases Effective problem solver

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210275977/Order-Processor/apply?sid=934afce5-b711-47b9-9c0b-0d52bbad7243

Are you and experienced oredr [sic] processor No Are you available to start immediately and commit to a 3 month contract Yes

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

From time to time I generated resources both online and in reprographics within educational and training work.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

Your application has been sent


24/06/2019: APPLICATION: Operations Assistant CV Library Meridian Business Support

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210273789/Operations-Assistant?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=934afce5-b711-47b9-9c0b-0d52bbad7243

* Coordinating vessel calls to a variety of local agents and stakeholders * General administration duties * Operating the company's IT system * Monitoring group email for messaging management You will be a team player, driven and proactive. Exceptional Customer Service is required for this role as well as a can do attitude.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210273789/Operations-Assistant/apply?sid=934afce5-b711-47b9-9c0b-0d52bbad7243

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

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24/06/2019: APPLICATION: Data Processor Zettria

http://zettria.com/data-processor-job-application

· telephone work · Administration including filing, photocopying, scanning and archiving Job Skills · Data entry · Positive attitude · IT skills · Reliability · Flexibility

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online, for which I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines that far exceeds the qualifications.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I retain Ph.D level ability to analyse data and have taught as well as composed report writing. I have handled both qualitative and quantitative data for my and departmental analysis and I can do this with creative online ICT use.

Classifying and cataloguing meant I would summary read medical material and give it a classification and then enter this into a database. I have also recorded data into spreadsheets and made reports, this within a team and prioritising.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

Today I further use ICT software including Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


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23/06/2019: APPLICATION: Export Administrator HU2 8BE Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

Excellent IT skills Strong interpersonal skills Proactive can do attitude Be a team Player Preparing and processing paperwork for domestic and international shipment Cash,L/C bank collection insurance) accurate and timely work with Export L/Cs Timely release Bills of Lading to receivers and/or banks when authorised by Commercial accountant Responding to queries via email from both internal and external customers Applying for export licences and check that they are correct Ensuring that paperwork for shipments is complete and correct prior to dispatch Filing all paperwork and maintaining records in readiness for audits Checking customs documentation such as import/export declarations, resolving any queries and ensuring records are accurate and up to date Ensuring customers are kept fully informed regarding their orders and shipments Receiving customer orders and comparing with quotations Working with other departments to resolve queries Preparing and sending sales acknowledgments to customers Processing customer sales invoices and credits using commercial software Arranging courier collection of orders; and worldwide collection from end user for faulty returns Maintaining electronic and paper-based records required to meet compliance obligations Assisting in the preparation and submission of compliance returns Assisting with queries regarding orders, shipments and compliance from internal departments

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2447802

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_2038419?jobSource=findajob

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Export Administrator (Ref: 3620209)


23/06/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment HU17 8BE

General administration Sales order processing Providing quotations Organising meetings Providing excellent customer service Account management Dealing with sales enquires Excellent interpersonal skills A positive proactive approach to work Be a team player Excellent IT skills Fantastic attention to detail.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2428646

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_2037106?jobSource=findajob

No opportunity for cover note.

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/apply/details?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_2037106

Thank you for applying for the position of Customer Service (Ref: 3616830)


22/06/2019: APPLICATION: Prescription Clerk HU6 9BX Find a Job NHS Jobs

Haxby Group... You will be a team player, willing to learn and looking for a fresh and rewarding challenge. You will receive ongoing personal development and training opportunities in our high achieving and supportive environment.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2463486

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915631030

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have worked in two NHS libraries where I classified material not by conversion but summary and further reading and finding the appropriate classification: these were then catalogued on to a database. I also worked in Study Skills next door to a Higher Education library in the HE Research Centre (Grimsby College as was).

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/c76823cdd7684de0d1a29b2a828a0dc8/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915631030

Job reference: J249-A-19-0266 Employer: Haxby Group Application reference: AR-180-638-003


22/06/2019: APPLICATION: Administration Assistant HU10 6ED Find a Job NHS Jobs

We are looking for an enthusiastic, motivated individual with excellent interpersonal and organisational skills with the ability to multitasks and meet tight deadlines to join our very busy administrative team within the Occupational Health Department. You will need to enjoy meeting a wide variety of people, possess good communication skills; in person and on the telephone and have the ability to work well within a small team. Applicants must have RSA II/OCR in word processing and Audio Typing or ECDL or equivalent and have demonstrable experience of carrying out general administrative procedures in an office environment. You will study for a Level 2 Apprenticeship in Business and Administration which is made up of a work based qualification (NVQ/QCF), a technical certificate and functional skills in literacy, numeracy and IT.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2463045

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915631981

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I am very willing to study for an NVQ 2 in Business Administration or Customer Services

All the time I have taught, I have learnt. In fact I learn through providing online resources. I am willing to learn further.

I am interested in expanding my horizons and working with people in a fresh endeavour.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have worked in two NHS libraries where I classified material not by conversion but summary and further reading and finding the appropriate classification: these were then catalogued on to a database. I also worked in Study Skills next door to a Higher Education library in the HE Research Centre (Grimsby College as was).

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/dd155d4d09c0e6bebec87bca3fbe6259/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915631981

Job reference: 338-5538A-19 Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-180-638-099


21/06/2019: APPLICATION: Practice Administrator HU5 2NT Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2449267

The post involves a variety of administrative functions which support the care and service delivery we provide for our patients. If successful you will be responsible for working within a team to deliver a high standard of administrative processes included within the job description for this post. Ability to work under pressure, able to work in a professional manner delivering a high quality administration service for our partners and patients is essential. Candidates must have good time management skills and have knowledge of General practice admin procedures.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2449267

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915630215

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have worked in two NHS libraries where I classified material not by conversion but summary and further reading and finding the appropriate classification: these were then catalogued on to a database. I also worked in Study Skills next door to a Higher Education library in the HE Research Centre (Grimsby College as was).

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/eb31ddf257108be1b98bf13f9eda58cc/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915630215

Job reference: J180-A-19-307987 Employer: Central Advertising - General Practitioners Application reference: AR-180-606-631


21/06/2019: APPLICATION: Accounts Assistant Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2452127

...conducting a variety of transactional finance duties on a day to day basis. Tasks to include purchase ledger, sales ledger, credit control and bank reconciliations.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2452127

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/JOB_2038682/apply/?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_2038682

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Accounts Assistant (Ref: 3609580

21/06/2019: ACTION: INTERVIEW NOTICE: Application for: Senior Administrator Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust 356-19-1763601

https://apps.trac.jobs/application/15870969/interview https://apps.trac.jobs/application/15870969?_ts=259594

Your interview is confirmed as follows: 27-Jun-2019 12:30 Address: Castle Hill Hospital Cottingham HU16 5JQ Report to: Main outpatients Entrance 2

Entered the necessity for guaranteed close disabled parking space. It is important that let us know as soon as possible if you are no longer able to attend your interview. You can do so by withdrawing your application.


20/06/2019: APPLICATION: Trainee Shipping Administrator/Agent HU2 8BE Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2443546

Managing the port call of ships. Carrying out 'boarding clerk' work and dealing with masters requests. Providing updates to ships operators, charterers, shippers/receivers. Liaising with port service providers to ensure prompt turnaround of ships Providing port cost calculations and managing ships disbursements. Producing cargo documentation. Timely internal and external communication. Assist with general office duties for the company and associated companies. Assist then ultimately carry out independently cargo superintending services. Compile and prepare tide table publications/advertisement annually. A full UK driving license is essential as the candidate will be expected to carry out the role at other ports, away from the head office. Be proficient with Microsoft, particularly Office, Excel, and Outlook. Having previous experience in a commercial office preferred, but not essential. Be very organised and methodical in their work. A high degree of accuracy is expected in order to maintain client confidence. The candidate must be company focused and aware that Client satisfaction is paramount. Experience of working in a pro-active manner with minimum of supervision and the ability to work under pressure

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2443546

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_2038217?jobSource=findajob

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Trainee Shipping Agent (Ref: 3619306)


20/06/2019: APPLICATION: Senior Administrative Assistant Find a Job Sanctuary Group

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2441078

This job is based within the Customer Service Centre (CSC) in Hull. The CSC focuses on customer service excellence and delivers a range of services for Housing, Income, Lettings, Homeownership and Commercial & Residential covering over 100,000 properties. The role will provide quality administrative support to the team by supporting the delivery of a high quality, cost effective housing service. The role of Senior Administration Assistant will include: • Providing an effective and efficient administration service, to ensure provision of services in line with customer needs, including answering enquiries and providing information by phone, letter or email to ensure queries are resolved • Monitoring, managing and answering queries and all other contact from customers, suppliers and contractors • Maintaining effective computer records and processes that enable the accurate recording and timely provision of information including mailbox management • Delivering services to the appropriate KPI’s and service standards, responding effectively and efficiently, working to deadlines and targets Skills and experience: • Proven experience of working in a similar senior administrative role within a customer focused environment • Experience of producing and analysing statistical information • Team player with the ability to also work independently and use your own initiative • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Word & Excel (or similar) • Proven experience of working to deadlines with the ability to prioritise your own workload

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2441078

https://jobs.sanctuary-group.co.uk/job/Hull-Senior-Administrative-Assistant-York-HU2-8DT/536220201/++https://career5.successfactors.eu/portalcareer?_s.crb=y1DzvzteU%252fxmVkjt6FcF3G%252fQ8Ts%253d

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I worked well at a customer drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

Today I further use ICT software including Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

When facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise. Also I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a timetable).

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner.

Your application has been received. Thank you.


20/06/2019: APPLICATION: Recruitment Consultant Find a Job Sutton Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2441202

Full training will be given, Full UK driving licence is required as you will need to visit clients throughout the North East and Yorkshire area. Graeme@suttonrecruitment.co.uk

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2441202

I am very willing to learn; all the time I have taught, I have learnt. I am interested in expanding my horizons and working with people in a fresh endeavour.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


19/06/2019: APPLICATION: Clerical Officer Find a Job Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust HU3 2JZ

Working within a dedicated team, you will be the first line contact for the department, assist in data collation and inputting of data into trust systems, minute taking and general administration. You will be required to liaise with a range of departments therefore excellent communication and interpersonal skills are essential to the role with an ability to be able to work proactively without direct supervision.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2432909

http://jobs.hey.nhs.uk/job/UK/East_Yorkshire/Hull/Hull_University_Teaching_Hospitals_NHS_Trust/Discharge_Liaison_Team/Discharge_Liaison_Team-v1702675?ref=UniversalJobMatch&

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915627165

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have worked in two NHS libraries where I classified material not by conversion but summary and further reading and finding the appropriate classification: these were then catalogued on to a database. I also worked in Study Skills next door to a Higher Education library in the HE Research Centre (Grimsby College as was).

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/bc37db7fa2fece34385f3b161d7cb1b7/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915627165

Job reference: 356-19-1702675 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-180-520-581


19/06/2019: APPLICATION: Administration Assistant Kingston Medical Centre, Hull, HU3 1TY Find a Job NHS Jobs

Duties will include telephoning patients and booking appointments, inviting patients to attend Chronic Disease Management Reviews , chaperoning, referrals to specialist services, recording patient information, alerting clinical staff to outstanding data requirements and assisting in clinical audits, reception cover . You should ideally have an understanding of the General Practice environment and excellent communication skills. A good standard of general education, GCSE or equivalent Maths and English Language are essential together with IT skills and the ability to work under pressure.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2430897

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915622637

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have worked in two NHS libraries where I classified material not by conversion but summary and further reading and finding the appropriate classification: these were then catalogued on to a database. I also worked in Study Skills next door to a Higher Education library in the HE Research Centre (Grimsby College as was).

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/5f8f56fffc56499a04735c13232adea1/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915622637

Job reference: 810-CH2754 Employer: City Health Care Partnership CIC Application reference: AR-180-521-119


18/06/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Administrator Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2427173

General administration Sales order processing Providing quotations Organising meetings Providing excellent customer service Account management Dealing with sales enquires What you'll need to succeed Excellent interpersonal skills A positive proactive approach to work Be a team player Excellent IT skills Fantastic attention to detail.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2427173

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_2037070?jobSource=findajob

No opportunity for cover note.

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/apply/details?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_2037070

Thank you for applying for the position of Customer Service Administrator (Ref: 3617793)


18/06/2019: APPLICATION: Administration Assistant Find a Job Briggs Amasco Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2424214

Invoicing, Telephone & Reception duties, Filing,Typing, Absence and Training records, Payroll, Maintain supplies of stationary, equipment & PPE, Booking of travel & accommodation, Petty cash, Booking refreshments & buffets for meetings, Scanning, photocopying & printing. GCSE C or above required in Maths and English. Must be computer literate.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2424214

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


17/06/2019: APPLICATION: Employment Services Advisor Find a Job Essential Employment Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2417607

The role will be responsible for tasks from appointment through to attachment to payroll including gross to net calculations ensuring appropriate legislation and terms and conditions are applied as well as accurate pay processing of mileage claims and timesheets to ensure employees are paid accurately and in a timely manner.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2417607

https://www.essentialemploy.co.uk/job/employment-service-advisor/++No opportunity for cover note.


17/06/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Representative HU1 3HA Find a Job Search Consultancy LTD

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2417359

If you love customer service and are motivated by making life easier for others, you'll enjoy working here. The offices are lovely and the benefits and rewards are great too, As long as you have relevant customer service experience then you'll be a great addition to the team. We offer fantastic training and on going support to ensure you will be a confident and happy Customer Service Representative. In your new role you will be speaking with customers and discussing their financial situation.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2417359

https://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=a2lyc3R5LmJyb29rZS4xNTUwOC4xMDYzM0BzZWFyY2guYXBsaXRyYWsuY29t

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for submitting your application.

17/06/2019: ACTION: EMAIL RECEIVED: Thank you for your recent application for Customer Service Representative (reference: Req/527347). As part of the application process, we will store your details on our database. Successful applicants will be contacted by the relevant consultant who will discuss Search putting you forward for this vacancy plus potentially for similar roles that match your experience.


16/06/2019: APPLICATION: Data Administrator CV Library Kingston Recruitment

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210208569/Data-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=98495a51-8326-4c7a-bea0-41cceb525e56

Inputting new credit and cash applications on to bespoke systems Sending copy invoices to clients Arranging for copy delivery notes to be sent to clients Other Ad hoc Admin duties Experience of handling fast flowing workload efficiently and effectively Accuracy and attention to detail Strong numeric ability IT literate Good communication and customer service skills

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210208569/Data-Administrator/apply?sid=98495a51-8326-4c7a-bea0-41cceb525e56

Do you have 1 year's worth experience inputting data Yes

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I possess and have used Gantt project organising software.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

Your Application has been sent


16/06/2019: APPLICATION: Data Administrator CV Library Adecco

6 month position based in Hull City Centre. 37.5 hours per week. Working in state of the art office complex, your role will be key to managing the integrity of the companies data systems. Main Duties; Check and reference customer and supplier data Research the internet and company databases for accurate up to date information. Process data changes were appropriate Contact suppliers and customers for up to date and accurate product information. Cleanse the system and make necessary changes

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210213162/Data-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=98495a51-8326-4c7a-bea0-41cceb525e56

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210213162/Data-Administrator/apply?sid=98495a51-8326-4c7a-bea0-41cceb525e56

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background. I have the skills by which I designed and wrote a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

From time to time I generated resources both online and in reprographics within educational and training work.

I maintain a small network and manage the oversight of my operating systems.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

I have designed websites and taught how to maintain them for charities and small firms, and my understanding of SEO issues is demonstrated in a webpage on my website at the direct link of https://www.pluralist.co.uk/learning/ict/seowebsitework.html

I am a user of social media with public and friends settings, blog (integrated with my long-standing website by menu) and had an entry on Linked-in.

Your Application has been sent


15/06/2019: APPLICATION: Research Assistant Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2411077

We are looking for a motivated and organised person, with excellent communication skills, the ability to work in teams and an understanding of research methods. Experience of maintaining investigator site files, of interviewing research participants in healthcare-related studies and understanding research regulatory processes would be an advantage. The job will require you to: support research colleagues working on various studies, collect research data, including screening, consenting and interviewing study participants (significant time out of the office doing fieldwork), manage research data and study documentation, meet with other team members for support and supervision, liaise with clinical teams for promoting and signposting people to research

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2411077

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

My Ph.D Sociology and Social Anthropology took place at the University of Hull: Ph.D thesis (98000 words): New Denominationalism: Tendencies Towards a New Reformation of English Christianity. This involved two churches participant observation; theological study; semi-structured interviews with ministers. My MA in Theological Understanding of Contemporary Society included an MA dissertation (20000 words) Plurality in Proximity: The Gospel of Unitarian Universalism for Contemporary Culture. Linking UUism with postmodernity.

In voluntary work I produced a syllabus and carried out eighteen Theology Course sessions (continued until late 2010), and also recreated a 1971 dissertation on clergy training. I taught Sociology at Wyke Sixth Form College at AS, A2 and GCSE with assessment and evaluation and full use of ICT. For Teaching Personnel and other agencies I was a Supply Teacher Secondary schools providing ICT resourced teaching cover across a wide range of subjects to highly diverse sets of students. Previously I had been a Hull College Lecturer in Keyskills Communications Levels at 1, 2 and 3 and before that HE Research Assistant, which meant providing ICT use advice and study skills materials and support.

In voluntary work I produced a syllabus and carried out eighteen Theology Course sessions (continued until late 2010), and also recreated a 1971 dissertation on clergy training.

As a paid Service Users Participation Advisory (SUPA) Group member I assisted social worker student practice and their academic writing as well as marked tutor assessments of student portfolio evaluations. This involved looking for staff obeying rules in response to student texts and showing consistency.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I understand and have had experience of both commercial (spreadsheet program workings) and pastoral (church) forms of confidentiality (and where confidentiality is denied, as in aspects of teaching).

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/62757434e693015f36221d90333518b2/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915621205

Job reference: 338-5559-19 Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-180-369-473


15/06/2019: APPLICATION: Freight Administrator CV Library On Line People Limited

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210150478/Freight-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=d096e7c6-22cc-46cc-9498-7a45cabcb37e

Liaise and work closely with the freight team to ensure all required data and instruction is provided to ensure customer expectations are met. Ensure all data is processed accurately to avoid operational issues Communicate in a professional manner, both verbally and written. To liaise daily with customers regarding any queries/issues and bookings Preparation of invoices and purchase invoicing Great attention to detail Ability to work individually or as part of a team Strong organisation, IT and administration skills Ability to cope under pressure and work to deadlines Excellent communication and customer relationship skills

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210150478/Freight-Administrator/apply?sid=d096e7c6-22cc-46cc-9498-7a45cabcb37e

I have liaised and negotiated to produce bespoke training on a data storage solution, PDF file use and website making and maintenance in a transport measuring firm.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

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14/06/2019: APPLICATION: Telehandler Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2406102

We are working with a well respected Hull company who are looking for a telehandler for 4-6 weeks.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2406102

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_2035680?jobSource=findajob

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Telehandler (Ref: 3601583)


14/06/2019: APPLICATION: Senior Administrator HU3 2JF Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2403423

This role requires a person who possesses strong interpersonal/ communication skills, has the ability to delegate and prioritise workload with good time management skills. A good working knowledge of the Trusts IT systems is desirable as is someone who has the ability to promote and motivate effective team working. Flexibility in regards to working hours and short notice shifts would also be desirable.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2403423

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915620169

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I understand and have had experience of both commercial (spreadsheet program workings) and pastoral (church) forms of confidentiality (and where confidentiality is denied, as in aspects of teaching).

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/85911e637ca216684b853a2caf6af15f/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915620169

Job reference: 356-19-1788392 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-180-336-677


14/06/2019: APPLICATION: Data Processor Zettria

http://zettria.com/data-processor-job-application

· telephone work · Administration including filing, photocopying, scanning and archiving Job Skills · Data entry · Positive attitude · IT skills · Reliability · Flexibility

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online, for which I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines that far exceeds the qualifications.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I retain Ph.D level ability to analyse data and have taught as well as composed report writing. I have handled both qualitative and quantitative data for my and departmental analysis and I can do this with creative online ICT use.

Classifying and cataloguing meant I would summary read medical material and give it a classification and then enter this into a database. I have also recorded data into spreadsheets and made reports, this within a team and prioritising.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

Today I further use ICT software including Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


13/06/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist/ Administrator HU11 4AR Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2394600

We are looking for a receptionist to join our team. The role involves all aspects of reception duties and secretarial support. Candidates must be able to demonstrate good computer skills and be able to communicate effectively at all levels.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2394600

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915617395

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have learnt several email and organiser programs.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I understand and have had experience of both commercial (spreadsheet program workings) and pastoral (church) forms of confidentiality (and where confidentiality is denied, as in aspects of teaching).

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/556fc007847b818b9ea06f2dbe3b1d20/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915617395

Job reference: J180-A-19-305796 Employer: Central Advertising - General Practitioners Application reference: AR-180-295-837


13/06/2019: APPLICATION: e_Rostering Administrator HU16 5JQ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2395468

This is an exciting opportunity to work within a motivated team environment. The main demands of this role will involve running the e-Rostering Helpdesk. The role holder will be expected to provide support to system end users either over the telephone, email or face to face, maintaining the accuracy and consistency of data and ensure the data is credible and robust. The majority of your working day will be spent using a computer, so IT knowledge is essential. You will be analytical, numerate and competent with IT packages. You will be proficient in MS Excel reporting and possess excellent analytical skills. Experience of Word and Outlook would be beneficial. You will possess good decision-making and problem-solving skills, having the judgement to escalate complex problems when necessary and the ability to work under pressure to tight deadlines.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2395468

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have learnt several email and organiser programs.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I understand and have had experience of both commercial (spreadsheet program workings) and pastoral (church) forms of confidentiality (and where confidentiality is denied, as in aspects of teaching).

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/1d0ab18109bd0d44c9f47365a0c9dd9b/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915616464

Job reference: 356-19-1777299 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-180-295-521


12/06/2019: APPLICATION: Senior Administrator HU16 5JQ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2387749

...a key player in the administration team to manage the end to end clinical administrative processes associated to the patient pathways, ensuring a smooth and efficient service for both the multidisciplinary team and patients, in order to deliver a high quality administration service, for our patients and customers. Previous administration experience is essential, as is a willingness to learn and a willingness to help in all areas of the patient journey including typing clinical correspondence and waiting list duties We are looking for a team player with good communication and organisational skills, who is flexible in their approach to work. The post-holder will need to work independently in a diverse and interesting office environment, using their initiative to prioritise their workload, multi task and maintain confidentiality.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2387749

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915615181

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

With a PhD and MA and continued attention to matters of education and communication I am able to learn quickly. I am artistic, analytical and literate. Constantly developing new skills and much using ICT (like magazine production, music composition) I am adaptable.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I understand and have had experience of both commercial (spreadsheet program workings) and pastoral (church) forms of confidentiality (and where confidentiality is denied, as in aspects of teaching).

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/593c32be07aaac15c8d96431be3f9ce5/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915615181

Job reference: 356-19-1763601 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-180-232-303


12/06/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2387143

The successful applicants will be provide vital administrative support to help manage the end to end clinical administrative processes associated to the patient pathways, ensuring a smooth and efficient service for both the multidisciplinary team and patients, in order to deliver a high quality administration service, for our patients and customers. Previous administration experience is desirable, and you must have a willingness to learn and to help in all areas of the patient journey including typing clinical correspondence. We are looking for teams player with good communication and organisational skills, who is flexible in their approach to work. The post-holder will need to work independently in a diverse and interesting office environment, using their initiative to prioritise their workload, multi task and maintain confidentiality.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2387143

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/79fb300e3e146ec4b2eb3e7b67fe337b/?vac_ref=915615180

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I understand and have had experience of both commercial (spreadsheet program workings) and pastoral (church) forms of confidentiality (and where confidentiality is denied, as in aspects of teaching).

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/019415e33b86f9fc579c677e538e3598/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915615180

Job reference: 356-19-1759880 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-180-232-625


12/06/2019: APPLICATION: Admin - Account Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/account-assistant-job-application

Example Job Action: updating the client directly ensuring the client is informed to developments. Your focus and approach should be proactive/attentive of client's needs, through positive communication about their plans, as well as keeping them abreast of progress on existing tasks this job will also involve meeting clients on location Strong IT skills Microsoft Office general web apps · Strong communication skills · reliability · flexibility · driving licence

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Strong communication skills come from education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I am flexible regarding hours and tasking. In my customer service role I was down for 50% part time but often came in for more and worked in morning, afternoon and evening sessions. I have worked on varieties of tasks at once.

I drive my car with a full clean licence for car and motorcyle.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


11/06/2019: APPLICATION: Marketing Sales Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/marketing-sales-assistant-job-application

· flexibility to meet client and business demands · an outgoing, patient and calm nature, even under pressure Job Skills · Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel

I have taught Business Studies and this has included marketing, which has remained relevant in the promotion of websites and media productions with which I have been involved.

On a number of occasions I have attended national Unicoms (Unitarian Communicators) gatherings in which I have learnt how to conduct Internet publicity, radio interviews, press releases and poster design, and have tackled focussed marketing of a specifically identified client group.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


11/06/2019: APPLICATION: Compliance and Audit Administrator NHS Jobs

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915602647

The successful applicant will be responsible for supporting the Compliance Team and the Clinical Audit and Effectiveness Team in the delivery of key aspects of the Quality, Assurance and Governance agenda and delegated duties in relation to the Care Quality Commission, Clinical Audit, NICE guidance and NCEPOD. The successful applicant will also be responsible for the day to day management of Covalent, audit and action management system and external agency visits. Ideally, you should have experience of administration in the NHS. The successful applicant will have good interpersonal and team working skills and be competent in the use of Microsoft Office applications.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/appform2/afec6edd8c64ba61088c90bf0c5c92bf/?vac_ref=915602647

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I understand and have had experience of both commercial (spreadsheet program workings) and pastoral (church) forms of confidentiality (and where confidentiality is denied, as in aspects of teaching).

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/8e36953e8b7e70b42776d87a74e477e8/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915602647

Job reference: 356-19-1760824 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-180-202-845


11/06/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator HU3 2JZ Find a Job

Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2382967

We are looking for a team player with good communication and organisational skills, who is flexible in their approach to work. The post-holder will need to work independently in a diverse and interesting office environment, using their initiative to prioritise their workload, multi task and maintain confidentiality.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2382967

http://jobs.hey.nhs.uk/job/UK/East_Yorkshire/Hull_Royal_Infirmary/Hull_University_Teaching_Hospitals_NHS_Trust/Administration/Administration-v1771462?ref=UniversalJobMatch&

On to https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915615173

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I understand and have had experience of both commercial (spreadsheet program workings) and pastoral (church) forms of confidentiality (and where confidentiality is denied, as in aspects of teaching).

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/9628d149f4da5477fc82fea66cdcb65e/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915615173

Job reference: 356-19-1771462 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-180-202-511


10/06/2019: APPLICATION: Weighbridge Administrator Just Added CV Library Prestige Recruitment Specialists

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210122485/Weighbridge-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=bbb9bf6f-263c-40bf-b924-ff85ff2fb500

Booking vehicles on and off site Checking weights of vehicles to make sure they are compliant with traffic laws Administration duties that are required for smooth operating of the weigh bridge.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210122485/Weighbridge-Administrator/apply?sid=bbb9bf6f-263c-40bf-b924-ff85ff2fb500

Are you an excellent communicator (verbal and written) Yes Do you have previous experience in a similar role Yes

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Your Application has been sent


10/06/2019: APPLICATION: Administrative Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/Administrative-Assistant-job-application

Job Responsibilities · Writing and dispatching letters & emails · Arranging case sign up documentation · Undertaking any other tasks/duties as may be reasonably required Job Skills · Microsoft Office · reliability · flexibility

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

Today I further use ICT software including Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


10/06/2019: APPLICATION: Admin Assistant on to: Customer Service Advisor in http://zettria.com/data-processor-job-application [via its drop down box - it does not have its own webpage].

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background. I have the skills by which I design and write a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

From time to time I generated resources both online and in reprographics within educational and training work.

Today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


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09/06/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator CV Library Stafforce Recruitment

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210186317/Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=968a014e-e2fa-4b3c-b78a-09d8c08292c9

* Ensuring accuracy with data * Communicating with operations to gain accurate data * Updating internal systems to provide information in a timely manner * Engaging with external service providers * Good IT Skills, proficient in Microsoft office * Previous experience operating a SAP system is highly desirable but not essential * Excellent eye for detail * Good communication skills * Keen to learn new skills and ambitious

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210186317/Administrator/apply?sid=968a014e-e2fa-4b3c-b78a-09d8c08292c9

My working and other experiences offer concrete transferable skills as follows:

All the time I have taught, I have learnt. In fact I learn through providing online resources. I am willing to learn further.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

Your Application has been sent


08/06/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Advisor Find a Job Search Consultancy LTD

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2363889

In your new role you will be speaking with customers and discussing their financial situation including monthly income and expenditure. Great understanding and empathy are key to success as a customer service advisor here. You will need to build up rapport with your customers in order to resolve payment issues. You will be focused on providing the best possible solution for them and ensuring they have a positive and memorable experience.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2363889

https://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=cG9sbHkudG9vci43ODI1Mi4xMDYzM0BzZWFyY2guYXBsaXRyYWsuY29t

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for submitting your application.


08/06/2019: APPLICATION: Admin Assistant HU8 8AZ Find a Job Morson International

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2366735

Qualifications and Skills * Proficient with MS Office- Excel, Outlook and other common administrative programmes * Organisational skills, excellent written and verbal communication skills.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2366735

https://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=QnJpc3RvbC5UZWNobm9sb2d5LjE5NjkxLjEwNjMzQG1vcnNvbi5hcGxpdHJhay5jb20

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for submitting your application.


07/06/2019: APPLICATION: Finance Assistant Sproatley Just Added CV Library SG Financial Recruitment

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210174970/Finance-Assistant?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=dcc8e98c-8371-49ee-9190-5b4128647e3e

With strong administration skills and good knowledge of Excel you will enjoy working in a small team and be flexible in your approach.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210174970/Finance-Assistant/apply?sid=dcc8e98c-8371-49ee-9190-5b4128647e3e

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Your Application has been sent


07/06/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Account Manager Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2358457

You will be working within agreed service level agreements Proactively working towards KPI's Handling a high volume of calls Complaint handling Report writing Providing excellent customer service at all times Query resolution Understanding customers' needs A passion for delivering excellent customer service Excellent IT skills Respond positively to KPI's Ability to prioritise work load.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2358457

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_2032555?jobSource=findajob

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Customer Account Manager (Ref: 3609864)


06/06/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator Find a Job Petrotech Services

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2347630

Experienced Administrator to assist in busy office environment, must poses excellent communication skills and be computer literate with word and excel.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2347630

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


06/06/2019: APPLICATION: Administration Assistant, Hull CV Library Belmont Recruitment

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210162068/Administration-Assistant-Hull?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=e3d0b867-9b52-4adb-8f1d-bdeb0ab420cb

Within this role, you will be providing administrative support, such as answering a busy telephone system, dealing with queries, redirecting calls and taking messages. You will also be managing and dealing with incoming emails and actioning them as per procedures. You will also be taking minutes at Team Meetings and supporting with general administrative tasks. The ideal candidate for this role will have experience of undertaking a variety of Administrative duties within an office environment and be confident using a busy telephone system.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210162068/Administration-Assistant-Hull/apply?sid=e3d0b867-9b52-4adb-8f1d-bdeb0ab420cb

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Your Application has been sent


05/06/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist (Holiday Cover) Find a Job List Recruitment Limited

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2344067

Responsibilities • Answering and directing incoming telephone calls • Meeting and greeting visitors • Administration support Skills • Confident, professional & polite telephone manner • Good administration skills with knowledge of MS Office (inc. Word and Excel) • Self motivated • Excellent communication skills

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2344067

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


05/06/2019: APPLICATION: Admin Officer - Band E Just Added CV Library Brook Street UK

Duties include: General admin duties, data input and processing, answering customer queries on telephone and face to face, post opening and sorting. Skills required: general IT (Word, Excel, Outlook, internal operating systems), adaptable communication styles, ability to work alone and as part of team, positive attitude.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210162888/Admin-Officer-Band-E/apply?sid=1f2f3600-bece-4fa6-a1a6-1488c41c0613

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Your Application has been sent


04/06/2019: APPLICATION: Freight Forwarding Clerk HU17 Find a Job Magnum Northern Ltd

Dealing with new and existing customer enquiries by telephone and email. Costing, providing and following up quotations for new work. Operational work - dealing with bookings and processing them with hauliers / ferry operators. Inputting job data into freight software. General office duties. Applicants will need the following skills; Computer Literate, knowledge of Email & Microsoft Office preferable. Conscientious worker with good telephone manner and attention to detail. Good verbal and written communication skills.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2342007

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


04/06/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Support Advisor Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2341521

You will be responding to all customer queries via telephone and email Sales order processing Updating companies CRM system Proactively contacting potential customers Advising on products Creating sales quotations Maintaining accurate call logs Excellent communication skills Be fully IT literate Own transport due to location The desire to succeed Commercial awareness Stable work history Must be able to work a shift pattern

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2341521

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_1900877?jobSource=findajob

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Customer Support Advisor (Ref: 3389970)


03/06/2019: APPLICATION: Factory Administrator CV Library Prestige Recruitment Specialists

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210087868/Factory-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=0b6428ce-382f-4084-972a-55fdee141bab

• Communication • Adapts to new and changing circumstances • Team ethic • Flexibility • Confidentiality • IT literate with particular emphasis on Microsoft Excel • Attention to detail and accuracy • Conscientious towards and willingness to meet deadlines

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210087868/Factory-Administrator/apply?sid=0b6428ce-382f-4084-972a-55fdee141bab

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

Your Application has been sent


03/06/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Officer Find a Job Sanctuary Group

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2331029

• Previous experience in a customer service role is essential. You must also have a professional telephone manner and the ability to cope with a high volume of calls whilst remaining calm under pressure • Ideally, you will hold an NVQ/QCF Level 3 in Customer Service (or equivalent) with proven experience of delivering customer service excellence in a contact centre environment dealing with a variety of complex enquiries • You must have strong organisational skills with the ability to prioritise your own workload as well as working as part of a team towards shared targets and KPIs • You must be able to handle different types of calls and enquiries as and when they are presented to you, adapting your customer service delivery to the customers needs • You must have a positive attitude, a can do approach and great communication skills

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2331029

https://jobs.sanctuary-group.co.uk/job/Hull-Customer-Service-Officer-York-HU2-8DT/532710101/++https://career5.successfactors.eu/portalcareer?_s.crb=U2uLyDC2v%252bTEnLEyO%252bxPYesR2ps%253d

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I worked well at a customer drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

Today I further use ICT software including Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

When facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise. Also I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a timetable).

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner.

https://career5.successfactors.eu/portalcareer?_s.crb=U2uLyDC2v%252bTEnLEyO%252bxPYesR2ps%253d

Your application has been received. Thank you.


02/06/2019: APPLICATION: Service Support Assistant CV Library Choice Recruitment

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210132921/Service-Support-Assistant?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=8a5f23a5-3223-4e26-9436-63d7ed9f4b1e

Relevant Experience: Experience of working in an office / administration environment Experience of the service area and services provided within which this post will be providing support services Experience ensuring excellent customer experiences Experience of using Microsoft office systems effectively Skills (including thinking challenge/mental demands): Good interpersonal and communication skills. Good analytical and numeracy skills. Able to plan use of own time and work to deadlines. Able to perform against pre determined standards and to identify and take corrective action when needed. Take accurate minutes of meetings dealing with complex issues Use specific ICT applications relevant to the service for whom support is being provided Ability to form and maintain appropriate relationships and personal boundaries with children and young people and/or vulnerable adults Ability to show excelllent customer focus throughout the organisation

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210132921/Service-Support-Assistant/apply?sid=8a5f23a5-3223-4e26-9436-63d7ed9f4b1e

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

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02/06/2019: APPLICATION: Financial Services Administrator CV Library Office Angels

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210137172/Financial-Services-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=8a5f23a5-3223-4e26-9436-63d7ed9f4b1e

* Previous administrative experience * Good organisational & Microsoft office skills.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210137172/Financial-Services-Administrator/apply?sid=8a5f23a5-3223-4e26-9436-63d7ed9f4b1e

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

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01/06/2019: APPLICATION: Temporary Receptionist/ Administrator - possibly permanent Kingston Upon Hull CV Library Office Angels

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210136342/Temporary-Receptionist-Administrator-possibly-permanent?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=e896c25d-86a4-456a-b052-1a5962429322

The ideal candidate will have a solid base of reception / administration experience along with effective interpersonal and communication skills, an ability to prioritise and a flexible approach to work. Duties will be varied but include: answering the phone, directing calls, meeting and greeting clients, booking meeting rooms and making client drinks, clearing meeting rooms following meetings, typing reports, letters and emails and maintaining office database systems to facilitate efficient and smooth office functions. Also included are electronic and paper diary updates, and organising meetings.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210136342/Temporary-Receptionist-Administrator-possibly-permanent/apply?sid=e896c25d-86a4-456a-b052-1a5962429322

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

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01/06/2019: APPLICATION: Medical Secretary HU10 6ED Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2326975

Applicants will be expected to have previous experience of working in a busy office environment and be able to display a high standard of communication, organisational and interpersonal skills. Applicants should be self-motivated and a committed team player with the able to work individually. The ability to prioritise workloads, maintain flexibility in response to change and a proactive approach to work is important; as is the ability to maintain a calm, positive attitude and use of initiative when dealing with unexpected situations.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2326975

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/144c346875656dbc5c74c71d3036551b/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915599657

Job reference: 338-5522-19 Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-179-852-637


31/05/2019: APPLICATION: Senior Administration Assistant HU2 8TD Find a Job NHS Jobs

Applicants will be required to have previous experience of working in an office environment and be able to display a high standard of communication, organisational and interpersonal skills. In addition, demonstrable knowledge and experience of software packages, e.g. Word, Outlook, Excel are essential requirements for these posts. Experience of working within the NHS and knowledge/experience of SystmOne would be an advantage.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2318759

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915599654

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/ac816f8f2617faa86b04deb1d3c2c033/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915599654

Job reference: 338-5525-19 Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-179-820-177


31/05/2019: APPLICATION: Sales Administrator Just Added CV Library Brook Street UK Brough

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210129809/Sales-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=11fd7a82-d600-4c8f-a12c-6ebe36fb3454

* Updating in-house systems with monthly sales documentation * Recording all information around materials that have been traded each month * Assist with maintaining customer information files * Assist with preparing and updating Desk Procedures * Have strong numeracy skills, coherent in Microsoft office programs especially Excel * Able to adapt quickly to bespoke software (Stockmaster and Strumiss) * Direct telephone contact with the customers will be required as well as liaison with upstream supply and dock logistic agents * General duties will include processing of quotations, orders and collating paperwork to arrange deliveries. * Attention to detail and accuracy an absolute must

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210129809/Sales-Administrator/apply?sid=11fd7a82-d600-4c8f-a12c-6ebe36fb3454

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

Your Application has been sent


30/05/2019: APPLICATION: Marketing Sales Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/marketing-sales-assistant-job-application

· flexibility to meet client and business demands · an outgoing, patient and calm nature, even under pressure Job Skills · Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel</p>

I have taught Business Studies and this has included marketing, which has remained relevant in the promotion of websites and media productions with which I have been involved.

On a number of occasions I have attended national Unicoms (Unitarian Communicators) gatherings in which I have learnt how to conduct Internet publicity, radio interviews, press releases and poster design, and have tackled focussed marketing of a specifically identified client group.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


30/05/2019: APPLICATION: Hotel Receptionist HU106ER Find a Job Willerby Manor Hotel

You will be working on busy Hotel reception as part of a well run team.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2309039

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


29/05/2019: APPLICATION: Service Support Assistant HU1 1TF Find a Job Service Care Solutions

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2300991

* arranging meetings and panels * minute taking * basic financial transactions and monitoring * maintaining databases / data entry * acting as the link between customer access channels and the delivery of services through the scheduling of requests for service * elements of interaction with customers, stakeholders, partners and members, and other general administrative functions.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2300991

https://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=RWJlbnRsZXkuMzk3MDMuMTA2MzNAc2NzLmFwbGl0cmFrLmNvbQ

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for submitting your application.


29/05/2019: APPLICATION: Estimator / Contracts Assistant Find a Job Star Suspended Ceilings Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2306668

• Ability to understand construction drawings • Good communication skills both oral and written • Good IT and Mathematical skills • Ability to work as part of a team and prioritise workload to meet deadlines • Good organisational skills • Willing to lean • Driving Licence

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2306668

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I drive my car with a full clean licence for car and motorcyle.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


29/05/2019: APPLICATION: Admin - Account Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/account-assistant-job-application

Example Job Action: updating the client directly ensuring the client is informed to developments. Your focus and approach should be proactive/attentive of client's needs, through positive communication about their plans, as well as keeping them abreast of progress on existing tasks this job will also involve meeting clients on location Strong IT skills Microsoft Office general web apps · Strong communication skills · reliability · flexibility · driving licence

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Strong communication skills come from education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I am flexible regarding hours and tasking. In my customer service role I was down for 50% part time but often came in for more and worked in morning, afternoon and evening sessions. I have worked on varieties of tasks at once

I drive my car with a full clean licence for car and motorcyle..

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


28/05/2019: APPLICATION: Tam [sic] Manager - Cottingham Find a Job Eden Futures

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2294590

You will have responsibility for managing and overseeing the day to day running of the service. You will provide leadership guidance whilst gradually taking on the role of supervising the team. You will provide clear and structured day to day leadership, management and support to the local team in order to ensure the highest quality of service is delivered. You will also proactively assist in seeking out new opportunities for growth and development of the service whilst protecting and safeguarding thecompanies values and culture. You must be able to understand and promote a person centered and needs led approach in order to deliver a quality service which fully complies with the Eden philosophy, values, policies and procedures.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2294590

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

I have made critical and necessary decisions and always sought to give customers what they seek and better. Decision making has involved syllabus building and magazine design and compiling (layout, order of articles, allocating pages to pieces). Some decisions have involved persuading others as to their logical sense.

Teacher training and teaching itself involved organising pupils and students in various activities and making sure objectives were met by all.

I have organised research timing and thesis writing; I write and order the narrative of a novel. I understand library classification systems.

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28/05/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist Find a Job Britannia Hotels LTD

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2295744

The successful candidate will be organised, punctual and well-presented, with excellent communication skills and customer service. Knowledge of Hotel Booking systems would be advantageous.

Smart in appearance, I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


28/05/2019: APPLICATION: Data Processor Zettria

http://zettria.com/data-processor-job-application

· telephone work · Administration including filing, photocopying, scanning and archiving Job Skills · Data entry · Positive attitude · IT skills · Reliability · Flexibility

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online, for which I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines that far exceeds the qualifications.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I retain Ph.D level ability to analyse data and have taught as well as composed report writing. I have handled both qualitative and quantitative data for my and departmental analysis and I can do this with creative online ICT use.

Classifying and cataloguing meant I would summary read medical material and give it a classification and then enter this into a database. I have also recorded data into spreadsheets and made reports, this within a team and prioritising.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

Today I further use ICT software including Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


27/05/2019: APPLICATION: Part Time Office Administrator CV Library Office Angels

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210093799/Part-Time-Office-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=22331d1a-4dd6-4df8-b055-59a127dda01e

...part time Office Administrator to take on all administration duties for the company. The role will also require the following duties: - Credit control - Assisting with basic estimating - Sage input (some previous experience would be advantageous) - Booking training, hotels, hire.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210093799/Part-Time-Office-Administrator/apply?sid=22331d1a-4dd6-4df8-b055-59a127dda01e

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Your Application has been sent


27/05/2019: APPLICATION: Office Administrator CV Library Kingston Recruitment

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210092337/Office-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=22331d1a-4dd6-4df8-b055-59a127dda01e

Taking ownership of all purchase orders and inputting these on to their system. Delivering excellent customer service at all times and building positive working relationships. Liaising with the all Department to ensure all documents are collated within relevant timescales. General office administration duties. Any other duties relevant to the role. Your will need: Be a great communicator Possess excellent customer service skills Display good attention to detail Have strong problem solving skills

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210092337/Office-Administrator/apply?sid=22331d1a-4dd6-4df8-b055-59a127dda01e

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

Your Application has been sent


27/05/2019: APPLICATION: Administrative Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/Administrative-Assistant-job-application

Job Responsibilities · Writing and dispatching letters & emails · Arranging case sign up documentation · Undertaking any other tasks/duties as may be reasonably required Job Skills · Microsoft Office · reliability · flexibility

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

Today I further use ICT software including Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


27/05/2019: APPLICATION: Admin Assistant on to: Customer Service Advisor in http://zettria.com/data-processor-job-application [via its drop down box - it does not have its own webpage].

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background. I have the skills by which I design and write a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

From time to time I generated resources both online and in reprographics within educational and training work.

Today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


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26/05/2019: APPLICATION: Office Administrator Brough CV Library Pertemps - Hull Industrial

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210095374/Office-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=0099be91-9fa3-49f5-b4bf-b4550fcfc1a5

- Strong Excel skills are a must - General Microsoft office literacy - Able to be flexible to work approx. 30 hours per week over 4 days (can be flexible) - Able to start ASAP

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210095374/Office-Administrator/apply?sid=0099be91-9fa3-49f5-b4bf-b4550fcfc1a5

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I am flexible regarding hours and tasking. In my customer service role I was down for 50% part time but often came in for more and worked in morning, afternoon and evening sessions. I have worked on varieties of tasks at once.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

Your Application has been sent


26/05/2019: APPLICATION: IT Support / Service Desk HU1 3QD Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2289435

Candidates wishing to apply must have the following key skills and ability: - 1st Line IT Support knowledge and background - Previous experience of working on a busy IT Service Desk would be ideal. - Excellent Customer Service Standards - Ability to prioritise issues and IT incidents and an understanding of when to escalate to Senior Staff

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2289435

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_2020347?jobSource=findajob

No opportunity for cover note.

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/apply/details?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_2020347

Thank you for applying for the position of IT Support / Service Desk (Ref: 3590790)


25/05/2019: APPLICATION: Senior Administrator HU16 5JQ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2291073

The successful applicant will be a key players in the administration team to manage the end to end clinical administrative processes associated to the patient pathways, ensuring a smooth and efficient service for both the multidisciplinary team and patients, in order to deliver a high quality administration service, for our patients and customers. Previous administration experience is essential, as is a willingness to learn and a willingness to help in all areas of the patient journey. We are looking for a team player with good communication and organisational skills, who is flexible in their approach to work. The post-holder will need to work independently in a diverse and interesting office environment, using their initiative to prioritise their workload, multi task and maintain confidentiality.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2291073

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915592214

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/90982be566a376609442b4c1461719dc/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915592214

Job reference: 356-19-1754068 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-179-624-205


25/05/2019: APPLICATION: Management Support Secretary HU3 2JZ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2291568

She/ he must have well developed interpersonal skills, be experienced in managing and prioritising a busy workload, demonstrate exceptional attention to detail and have a flexible approach to workload, manage numerous diaries, minute taking, co-ordination of complaints and organising meetings. The successful candidate must possess a high standard of computer literacy.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2291568

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915592878

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/08579c3971620e8f0dbdd8bad4bb90e5/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915592878

Job reference: 356-19-1754414 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-179-624-037


24/05/2019: APPLICATION: Senior Administration Assistant HU5 3HP Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2283293

We are looking for enthusiastic and well-motivated individuals. Candidates must be highly organised, being able to work to tight deadlines, whilst maintaining accuracy and attention to detail. We require a flexible approach to meet the needs of the service i.e. cover for annual leave, sickness, training at various units within Hull area as and when required. Excellent communication skills and friendly approachable nature are essential for this role. Candidates must have word processing to RSA 3 standard or ECDL or able to demonstrate appropriate level of skill, NVQ 3 in Business Administration or Customer Services or willing to undertake.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2283293

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915589871

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/760761f449607b567677442352babd6e/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915589871

Job reference: 810-CH2723 Employer: City Health Care Partnership CIC Application reference: AR-179-594-741


24/05/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator (Fixed Term Contract) Hull, HU1 3HA Reed Talent Solutions

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2280898

Excellent grammar and written communication skills Fast typing speed with high accuracy Administration or customer Service experience gained from within any environment Experience working in an email or ecomms focussed role would be desirable but not essential

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2280898

https://talentlink.reedrpo.co.uk/?jobId=PVPFK026203F3VBQB688MF6FL-9993&langCode=en_GB&board_id=59901&source_board=UniversalJobmatch

Application form online filled in


23/05/2019: APPLICATION: Container Logistics Administrator HU2 8BE Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2278033

Proactive approach to work Attention to detail Working to deadlines Ability to liaise cross team and work with customers Great communication skills Clarity in communication Organizational and planning skills Teamwork, tact and good interpersonal skills; Good geographical knowledge; Flexibility and the ability to adapt to changing circumstances; Problem-solving ability, particularly when working under pressure; Numeracy and computer literacy.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2278033

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_2026447?jobSource=findajob

No opportunity for cover note.

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/apply/details?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_2026447

Thank you for applying for the position of

Container Logistics Administrator (Ref: 3587319)


23/05/2019: APPLICATION: Clerical Officer HU16 5JQ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2275290

The post is ideally suited to a self-motivated individual who approaches work with a 'can-do' attitude. Excellent communication skills are essential as you will be expected to work with a diverse range of people. Good IT skills and attention to detail are also a must; we aim to deliver a high standard of service to our patients and clinical team.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2275290

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915587822

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/5a5e61f24b3fc915dd6b460316de7dc5/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915587822

Job reference: 356-19-1632655-A Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-179-557-121


22/05/2019: APPLICATION: Medical Receptionist Hull, HU3 5QE Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2266883

Experience is preferred but training can be given to the right applicant. To undertake Reception & Administrative duties to assist the clinical and administrative staff in their service to our patients.. Ability to handle telephone enquiries in a professional and caring manner In communication, ability to assess any given situation and to respond in the appropriate manner, with a high degree of tact, diplomacy and confidentiality Ability to organise and prioritise work, and to adhere to deadlines and targets Ability to handle information securely and confidentially Ability to work cooperatively as part of a team Ability to work on own initiative dealing with confidential issues Able to work efficiently and with a great degree of accuracy Good general education with demonstrable ability in Mathematics and English Language desirable Experience of maintaining and manipulating and entering computerised and/or paper based data/information accurately and quickly

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2266883

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915587296

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it.. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation was an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I understand and have had experience of both commercial (spreadsheet program workings) and pastoral (church) forms of confidentiality (and where confidentiality is denied, as in aspects of teaching).

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

Job reference: J180-REC-ADM0519 Employer: Central Advertising - General Practitioners Application reference: AR-179-512-555


22/05/2019: APPLICATION: Administration Assistant Brough, HU17 7BZ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2267157

...the successful candidate will be expected to undertake NVQ in Business Admin (Level 2). Administrative Assistant to join the Haltemprice Admin Team within the Integrated Specialist Public Health Nursing Service (ISPHNS). You will work as part of a small team to undertake tasks supporting the wider Health Visiting & School Nursing team. This will include: scheduling and posting out of appointments; direct contact with clients requesting appointments and/or appointment changes; scanning of information to patient records; preparation and distribution of PCHR’s (red books) and other general office duties.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2267157

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915585223

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/fc07bbf9a9a6a4f5e36dd787b5ab82a2/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915585223

Via CV and not description.

Job reference: 338-5504-19 Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-179-512-271


21/05/2019: APPLICATION: Administration Assistant HU8 Just Added CV Library Engie

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210076404/Administration-Assistant?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=3dc2f83d-6175-4fa2-987d-bbae5bac508a

Proficient with Microsoft Office including Excel, Outlook and other common administrative programmes. Excellent Organisational skills, Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to work with all levels of the organization, and as a member of a team. a minimum of 2 years Administrative Experience in similar role? proficiency with Mircrosoft Office; Excel, Outlook and other common administrative programmes? excellent written and verbal communication skills?

https://jobs.engie.com/jobs/administration-assistant-130846

https://engie.taleo.net/careersection/careersection/candidateacquisition/flow.jsf

Application form online

Thank you for your application and your interest in the ENGIE Group. A confirmation e-mail will be sent to you shortly. You can track the progress of your applications online.


21/05/2019: APPLICATION: 1st Line / 2nd Line IT Support Professional HU9 1TA Find a Job Morson International

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2261001

...one of the largest Industry, Energy, Healthcare, and Infrastructure companies and they are currently looking for a looking for 1st Line / 2nd Line IT Support Professional in Hull... Be a Super Requestor / Coordinator acting on behalf of the Wind businesses in Hull, place requests for new IT services with the nominated suppliers, via their standard request processes, portals, Request for Change (RFC) forms. This will include coordinating all the IT elements of the new starter, Zero Touch Installation (ZTI) laptop builds & user account set-up & inductions, requests for Atos services as appropriate and act as Smarthands for remotely managed IT services. Assist with the Co-ordination of the issue of IT equipment and services to the new starters. Assist with the set-up of the local applications infrastructure environment.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2261001

https://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=QnJpc3RvbC5UZWNobm9sb2d5LjcyNTQzLjEwNjMzQG1vcnNvbi5hcGxpdHJhay5jb20

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for submitting your application.


20/05/2019: APPLICATION: MPC Administrator CV Library SMT

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210035505/MPC-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=c4034433-d4b0-4311-8f6d-7b5f7bfb2e5c

* To be able to work off own initiative * To be able to communicate at all levels * To have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office systems * To be able to work well as part of a team

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210035505/MPC-Administrator/apply?sid=c4034433-d4b0-4311-8f6d-7b5f7bfb2e5c

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Your Application has been sent


20/05/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator CV Library RoS International Ltd

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210045667/Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=c4034433-d4b0-4311-8f6d-7b5f7bfb2e5c

Excellent MS Office Skills Previous front of house - reception experience desirable Strong organisational skills Good written and verbal communication skills Ability to prioritise tasks according to importance in a fast paced environment Confidential and Professional

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210045667/Administrator/apply?sid=c4034433-d4b0-4311-8f6d-7b5f7bfb2e5c

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

My literacy and numeracy are at a levels of thesis and novel writing, and ability to handle quantitative data.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

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19/05/2019: APPLICATION: Recruitment Administrator CV Library Agenda Life Sciences

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210059731/Recruitment-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=c7dc2b21-c6fe-4053-b262-c0f35a74233b

Be professional, efficient and organised, with a self-motivated approach Have the ability to thrive under pressure and prioritize your workload Possess strong communication skills via telephone, email and face to face, with colleagues, clients and candidates alike Previous experience within recruitment or telesales is beneficial Be well presented, articulate and have confidence in showing initiative Be computer literate and show the ability to understand new software quickly Minimum of 5 GCSE’s (or equivalent) including Maths and English graded A - C

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210059731/Recruitment-Administrator/apply?sid=c7dc2b21-c6fe-4053-b262-c0f35a74233b

Do you drive and have your own transport Yes

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background. I have the skills by which I designed and wrote a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

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19/05/2019: APPLICATION: IT Support / Service Desk Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2209478

Candidates wishing to apply must have the following key skills and ability: - 1st Line IT Support knowledge and background - Previous experience of working on a busy IT Service Desk would be ideal. - Excellent Customer Service Standards - Ability to prioritise issues and IT incidents and an understanding of when to escalate to Senior Staff

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2209478

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_2020347?jobSource=findajob

No opportunity for cover note.

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/apply/details?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_2020347

Thank you for applying for the position of IT Support / Service Desk (Ref: 3590790)


18/05/2019: APPLICATION: GP Receptionist Maternity Cover DN18 5ER Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2246144

The post holder will ideally have past medical reception experience although this is not essential and be able to integrate into the practice team and will share our practice ethos of delivering a high standard of care to our patient population. Experience of using SystmOne would beadvantageous. It is vital that the applicant is patient focused, reliable and flexible.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2246144

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/59765fcad42df0eb98c30526e41151c7/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915581352

Application form online and no opportunity for filling in cover note section.

Job reference: J180-A-19-299248 Employer: Central Advertising - General Practitioners Application reference: AR-179-376-267


18/05/2019: APPLICATION: Communications Officer HU10 6ED Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2246246

Excellent communication and stakeholder management skills An awareness of different engagements techniques and experience of putting these into practice Good understanding of social media and wider communication approaches Experience of managing events The ability to work independently and with initiative Experience of working with multiple partners across a health and care system The post holder will possess excellent writing skills and have a proven track record in drafting quality content for a range of channels and platforms, including social media, the web and print media. 12 months for 16 hours per week.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2246246https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915583311

I would like to highlight my recent magazine writing with articles of 400 and 800 words, and all that is associated with different software producing PDF pages and combining these together. I have written study skills materials before. In addition to PhD, dissertation and articles writing, I have worked on a novel for some years that is around 750 pages long and interweaves complex ethical themes and human behaviour.

I am well capable - with the necessary all-round literacy and artistic skills - of updating websites and reviewing their content as clear, essential and concise: removing verbosity and also irrelevant material that irritates readers looking for clarity.

I have hand coded websites from scratch using XHTML and some XML and shown people in small shops and charities demonstations of use, how to maintain them and develop them further. I have shown how to integrate website use with other creative software. I have used File Transfer Protocol.

My website http://www.pluralist.co.uk has existed since 1998 and is now with its own URL and on a paid webspace.

I promote my website and others I manage with some SEO methods (economic meta data, blogging, social media, internal and external links, frequent updates, own searching) and use software to test its structures with diagrammatic tentacles. I offer evidence of my understanding of SEO issues at my website, directly to the page at https://www.pluralist.co.uk/learning/ict/seowebsitework.html

I have designed websites and taught how to maintain them for charities and small firms, and my understanding of SEO issues is demonstrated in a webpage on my website at the direct link of http://www.pluralist.5gbfree.com/learning/ict/seowebsitework.html.

I am a user of social media with public and friends settings, blog (integrated with my long-standing website by menu) and have an entry on Linked-in.

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background. I have the skills by which I designed and wrote a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/30df550307e306c179578bf86d6486bf/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915583311

Job reference: 338-5503-19 Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-179-375-927


17/05/2019: APPLICATION: Book Keeper Find a Job Taylors VRC Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2234232

Duties to include general office administration, including payroll and accounts.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2234232

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

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17/05/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator Hull, HU7 3JQ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2236478

You will be a team player, willing to learn and looking for a fresh and rewarding challenge. You will receive ongoing personal development and training opportunities in our high achieving and supportive environment. For more information about Haxby Group...

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2236478

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915579616

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/85fbad204ed4b8ff5f925619b1a15471/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915579616

Job reference: J249-A-19-0260 Employer: Haxby Group Application reference: AR-179-342-959


16/05/2019: APPLICATION: Data Processor Zettria

http://zettria.com/data-processor-job-application

· telephone work · Administration including filing, photocopying, scanning and archiving Job Skills · Data entry · Positive attitude · IT skills · Reliability · Flexibility

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online, for which I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines that far exceeds the qualifications.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I retain Ph.D level ability to analyse data and have taught as well as composed report writing. I have handled both qualitative and quantitative data for my and departmental analysis and I can do this with creative online ICT use.

Classifying and cataloguing meant I would summary read medical material and give it a classification and then enter this into a database. I have also recorded data into spreadsheets and made reports, this within a team and prioritising.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

Today I further use ICT software including Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


16/05/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator Find a Job ROS International

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2230501

• Excellent MS Office Skills • Previous front of house - reception experience desirable • Strong organisational skills • Good written and verbal communication skills • Ability to prioritise tasks according to importance in a fast paced environment • Confidential and Professional

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2230501

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

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15/05/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionists as Care Navigators Hull, HU5 2NT Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2219481

The Modality Partnership – Hull Division have vacancies for Care Navigators (Receptionist Staff) Are you looking for work that will give you a real sense of achievement? Can you deliver excellent customer service? Are you able to work in a busy but friendly environment, often under pressure? Do you want to be part of a team working for a GP super partnership that delivers patient care at scale? The Hull Division of the Modality Partnership are looking for people to work with us to help deliver a professional front of house reception service within Primary Care. Subject to probation period and effectiveness in the workplace and in line with the needs of the service, this contract may be subject to permanent contract. Although you will have a main base you may be required to work across our five main sites to ensure that we have staff coverage during times of sickness absence and annual leave. Early evening and weekend work will be required. Ability to work under pressure, able to work in a professional manner delivering high quality customer service to our patients is essential. Candidates must have an excellent telephone manner and present a positive and helpful first impression to receive and greet patients. The role involves you to engage with patients/clients; provide advice and proactively signpost patients and clients to the most appropriate clinician/service (care navigation).

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2219481

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915576967

Application form online and no opportunity for cover note insert

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/fbbd0494ca97c941890b2c2cb1098ef7/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915576967

Job reference: J180-A-19-298547 Employer: Central Advertising - General Practitioners Application reference: AR-179-262-197


15/05/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist CHH, Hull, HU16 5JQ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2219388

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915575279

The post holder will be required to provide reception cover and admin duties in the Nuclear Medicine Department at Castle Hill Hospital. Applicants should have professional appearance and have some customer care training or reception experience. Ideally the successful candidate will be competent using radcentre but this is not essential as training will be given. The work is varied and demanding with an emphasis on accuracy, reliability and adaptability. The post holder will be able to prioritise demanding workloads and work under their own initiative.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2219388

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/2864def647eef2be4bcfb979c93f50a5/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915575279

Job reference: 356-19-1665630 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-179-261-755


15/05/2019: APPLICATION: Admin - Account Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/account-assistant-job-application

Example Job Action: updating the client directly ensuring the client is informed to developments. Your focus and approach should be proactive/attentive of client's needs, through positive communication about their plans, as well as keeping them abreast of progress on existing tasks this job will also involve meeting clients on location Strong IT skills Microsoft Office general web apps · Strong communication skills · reliability · flexibility · driving licence

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Strong communication skills come from education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I am flexible regarding hours and tasking. In my customer service role I was down for 50% part time but often came in for more and worked in morning, afternoon and evening sessions. I have worked on varieties of tasks at once.

I drive my car with a full clean licence for car and motorcyle.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


14/05/2019: APPLICATION: Technical Administrator/Assistant Estimator – Maternity Cover Hull, East Riding Of Yorkshire Find a Job ROS International

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2216274

• Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office Packages • High level of numeracy skills and communication skills • Administration experience

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2216274

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


14/05/2019: APPLICATION: Marketing Sales Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/marketing-sales-assistant-job-application

· flexibility to meet client and business demands · an outgoing, patient and calm nature, even under pressure Job Skills · Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel

I have taught Business Studies and this has included marketing, which has remained relevant in the promotion of websites and media productions with which I have been involved.

On a number of occasions I have attended national Unicoms (Unitarian Communicators) gatherings in which I have learnt how to conduct Internet publicity, radio interviews, press releases and poster design, and have tackled focussed marketing of a specifically identified client group.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


13/05/2019: APPLICATION: Data Entry/Data Quality Assistant CV Library Customer Service Administrator Agenda Life Sciences Just Added Be first to apply

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210016074/Customer-Service-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=98c12d69-1fa7-429e-a5b7-d08baa6a5006

Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills Professional telephone manner with the ability to work seamlessly with both clients and candidates Ability to follow processes with a high degree of accuracy Clear and concise e-mail correspondence Research, analysis and evaluation of information The ability to work in a fast-paced environment whilst managing and prioritising your own workload Positive and responsible attitude Use of Microsoft Office suite and Internet search engines

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210016074/Customer-Service-Administrator/apply?sid=98c12d69-1fa7-429e-a5b7-d08baa6a5006

Do you drive and have your own transport Yes

My working and other experiences offer concrete transferable skills as follows:

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

My Ph.D Sociology and Social Anthropology took place at the University of Hull: Ph.D thesis (98000 words): New Denominationalism: Tendencies Towards a New Reformation of English Christianity. This involved two churches participant observation; theological study; semi-structured interviews with ministers. My MA in Theological Understanding of Contemporary Society included an MA dissertation (20000 words) Plurality in Proximity: The Gospel of Unitarian Universalism for Contemporary Culture. Linking UUism with postmodernity.

In voluntary work I produced a syllabus and carried out eighteen Theology Course sessions (continued until late 2010), and also recreated a 1971 dissertation on clergy training.

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13/05/2019: APPLICATION: Administrative Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/Administrative-Assistant-job-application

Job Responsibilities · Writing and dispatching letters & emails · Arranging case sign up documentation · Undertaking any other tasks/duties as may be reasonably required Job Skills · Microsoft Office · reliability · flexibility

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

Today I further use ICT software including Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


13/05/2019: APPLICATION: Admin Assistant on to: Customer Service Advisor in http://zettria.com/data-processor-job-application [via its drop down box - it does not have its own webpage].

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background. I have the skills by which I design and write a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

From time to time I generated resources both online and in reprographics within educational and training work.

Today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

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12/05/2019: APPLICATION: Sales Administrator CV Library Emmerson Kitney

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210012511/Sales-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=c9ab800f-066d-4722-bc22-50bb6ee7915f

Developing and managing relationships with clients ensuring that fantastic customer service is the main premise throughout Managing sales enquiries including acknowledging orders, quotations, arranging site surveys, deliveries and installations Preparing quotations for the customers taking ownership for any issues that arise and deal with them in a timely and professional manner Customer focused, naturally positive with strong interpersonal and relationship building skills Have a great team work ethic and can – do attitude Ideally have some experience in an administrative role Strong IT skills in MS office This is an excellent opportunity for a Sales Coordinator who is looking to go in to their first role who wants to have real emphasis on customer service or that is looking for a new challenge and wants to progress in a new environment. Their priority is getting a candidate who wants to progress, is positive and really enjoys working with people.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/210012511/Sales-Administrator/apply?sid=c9ab800f-066d-4722-bc22-50bb6ee7915f

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

Your Application has been sent


11/05/2019: APPLICATION: IT Support / Service Desk Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2189705

- 1st Line IT Support knowledge and background - Previous experience of working on a busy IT Service Desk would be ideal. - Excellent Customer Service Standards - Ability to prioritise issues and IT incidents and an understanding of when to escalate to Senior Staff

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2189705

https://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=SS5TaW1tb25zLjYwMDk1LjEwNjMzQGhheXN5b3Jrcy5hcGxpdHJhay5jb20

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_2020347?jobSource=findajob

No opportunity for cover note. Thank you for applying for the position of IT Support / Service Desk (Ref: 2020347)


11/05/2019: APPLICATION: Administration Assistant Bransholme Health Centre, Goodhart Road, Hull, HU7 4DW Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1898199

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915572280

We are looking for enthusiastic and well-motivated individuals. Candidates must be highly organised, being able to work to tight deadlines, whilst maintaining accuracy and attention to detail. We require a flexible approach to meet the needs of the service i.e. cover for annual leave, sickness, training at various units within Hull area as and when required. Excellent communication skills and friendly approachable nature are essential for this role. Candidates must have word processing to RSA 2 standard or ECDL or able to demonstrate appropriate level of skill, NVQ 2 in Business Administration or Customer Services or willing to undertake.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1898199

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915572280

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/7d58eebdede1feb83075d6083ffb626d/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915572280

Job reference: 810-CH2656 Employer: City Health Care Partnership CIC Application reference: AR-179-128-245


10/05/2019: APPLICATION: Ward Hygienist Find a Job NHS Jobs HU3 2JZ

Ward 50 the Renal ward is looking for an enthusiastic individual with excellent communication and organisational skills who has the ability to work flexibly, prioritise workload and communicate at all levels.

The post holder will ensure the cleaning list is completed daily and organise repair of equipment when equipment is faulty

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2192062

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/appform2/8a5413ca73a11fd75788c5541acd77f0/?action=display&vac_ref=915570728&section_ref=777&origin=APPLY&stepped=1#sec_777

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/b3d14134ec95f17179b272912a41996a/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915570728

Job reference: 356-19-1708555 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-179-095-351


10/05/2019: APPLICATION: Telecommunications Officer Castle Hill Hospital, Hull, HU3 2JZ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2191866

Applicants must have experience in taking and dealing with multiple calls using a PC based switchboard or equivalent systems, demonstrate excellent communication skills, be confident in dealing with people on all levels and possess effective keyboard/computer skills. You will be a team player and work well under pressure.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2191866

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915570392

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/052cf406c51ee5e438df246742c4b5f7/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915570392

Job reference: 356-19-1609117-A Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-179-095-517


09/05/2019: APPLICATION: Sales Administrator CV Library Hays Office Support

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209961378/Sales-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=c6307312-a561-4b6d-9fad-f6fa9a329ea2

* Excellent IT skills * Great communication skills * Team player * Strong work ethic * Own transport due to location

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209961378/Sales-Administrator/apply?sid=c6307312-a561-4b6d-9fad-f6fa9a329ea2

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

I drive my car with a full clean licence for car and motorcyle.

Your Application has been sent


09/05/2019: APPLICATION: Invoicing Administrator CV Library Crossroads Truck & Bus Limited

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/207345168/Invoicing-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=c6307312-a561-4b6d-9fad-f6fa9a329ea2

- Conversion of technician write-up into customer friendly invoices. - Achieve specially set targets for efficiency and recovery rates. - Invoicing in line with customer credit account limits. - Preparation of warranty and contract claims in line with procedures. - Responsible for warranty reconciliations and query resolutions. - Preparation of warranty and contract claims in line with procedures. - General administration.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/207345168/Invoicing-Administrator/apply?sid=c6307312-a561-4b6d-9fad-f6fa9a329ea2

Vacancy Specific Questions Do you have a valid UK Driving Licence Yes Do you have a work permit or visa to work in the UK Yes Do you have previous experience in a similar role Yes

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Your Application has been sent


08/05/2019: APPLICATION: Credit Controller Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2179294

Reporting to the Finance Manager, you will be responsible for contacting clients in a professional and confident manner to collect payments for outstanding invoices.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2179294

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_2019499?jobSource=findajob

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/JOB_2019499/apply/?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_2019499

No opportunity for cover note.

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/apply/details?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_2019499

Thank you for applying for the position of Credit Controller (Ref: 3589192)


08/05/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator CV Library Just Added BPS World

Answering telephone calls from customers. Inputting data onto online portal and company database. Liaisng [sic] with engineers, clearing down jobs and ordering parts. Filing paperwork and general ad hoc duties to help out office manager.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209986453/Administrator/apply?sid=1374b7f0-2bbe-4022-a680-3d632ef10c6b

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

Your Application has been sent


07/05/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator Find a Job VIP Communications (Hull) Ltd

Strong Administrative Skills Team work experience Confident in a busy challenging environment Attention to detail Reliability and flexibility Excellent customer service skills.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2170749

[Full text] Thank you for the opportunity to apply for this job.

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

I worked reliably at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Please see my CV attached.

I look forward to hearing from you in the near future.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


07/05/2019: APPLICATION: Administrative Assistant Find a Job Michmerc

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2102246

The ideal candidate should have excellent oral and written communication skills and be able to organize their work. If you also have previous experience as a Secretary or Executive administrative assistant and familiarity within our industry, we’d like to meet you. Ultimately, a successful Admin Assistant should ensure the efficient and smooth day-to-day operation of our office.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2102246

https://jobs-united.co.uk/application-administrative-assistant?utm_source=michmerc.uk

CV sent with short application form online filled in with references.

https://jobs-united.co.uk/top-jobs-administrative-assistant

Thanks for your Application!


06/05/2019: APPLICATION: Sales Administrator Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2153062

Excellent IT skills Great communication skills Team player Strong work ethic Own transport due to location

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2153062

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_2017651?jobSource=findajob

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/JOB_2017651/apply/?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_2017651

No opportunity for cover note.

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/apply/details?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_2017651

Thank you for applying for the position of Sales Administrator (Ref: 3586208)


06/05/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2153061

A personality suited to a customer facing role Excellent IT skills Strong work ethic Team player

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2153061

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_2017744?jobSource=findajob

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/JOB_2017744/apply/?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_2017744

No opportunity for cover note.

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/apply/details?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_2017744

Thank you for applying for the position of Receptionist (Ref: 3584308)


05/05/2019: APPLICATION: Warehouse Administrator CV Library Adecco

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209961628/Warehouse-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=e6f44755-947f-42d4-8fa7-eae47e8a0d3e

Updating orders to the warehouse dispatch system. Creating delivery paperwork Issuing delivery paperwork to the appropriate personnel Checking orders are accurate prior to dispatch maintaining an accurate data profile of stock levels. Interested candidates should have a good working knowledge of Word and Excel, be an excellent communicator and have high attention to detail.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209961628/Warehouse-Administrator/apply?sid=e6f44755-947f-42d4-8fa7-eae47e8a0d3e

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

Your Application has been sent


05/05/2019: APPLICATION: Despatch Administrator - Nights CV Library Prestige Recruitment Specialists

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209967275/Despatch-Administrator-Nights?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=e6f44755-947f-42d4-8fa7-eae47e8a0d3e

Production of accurate and appropriate Despatch Notes. Maintain the loading of orders on to FOPS ensuring that all information is kept up to date. Issue loading sheets to the appropriate personnel in a timely manner. Check all loading/transport information prior to use to ensure that all details are correct. Provide Clerical support to Senior Despatch & Cold Store Manager. Update and maintain the booking spreadsheet. Develop communication with sales and production personnel across the site ensuring clear channels of communication and sharing of appropriate information. Cross checking weight sheets to ensure all details are correct. Answer incoming calls and deal with any queries in the absence of the Senior Despatch & Cold Store Manager.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209967275/Despatch-Administrator-Nights/apply?sid=e6f44755-947f-42d4-8fa7-eae47e8a0d3e

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

I have lectured, presented and preached to academic and quite ordinary wide-ranging audiences.

Your Application has been sent


04/05/2019: APPLICATION: HR Admin Assistant HU16 5JQ Find a Job Manpower UK

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2163855

Minute taking in meetings. Maintain and update information on HR systems. Process work to the defined level of quality. Photocopying Collating files. Dealing with sensitive information. Making packs for evidence meetings. Excellent time management skills and ability to multi-task and prioritise work. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Proficient in Microsoft Office Excellent typing experience.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2163855

https://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=ZGJlbGljLjk3MjMyLjEwNjMzQG1hbnBvd2VydWsuYXBsaXRyYWsuY29t

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

https://www.aplitrak.com/manpower/submit.cgi

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04/05/2019: APPLICATION: Despatch Administrator CV Library Prestige Recruitment Specialists

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209972355/Despatch-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=3a503a68-94b8-4b73-ac51-4d19254a5cb4

Production of accurate and appropriate Despatch Notes. Maintain the loading of orders on to FOPS ensuring that all information is kept up to date. Issue loading sheets to the appropriate personnel in a timely manner. Check all loading/transport information prior to use to ensure that all details are correct. Provide Clerical support to Senior Despatch & Cold Store Manager. Update and maintain the booking spreadsheet. Develop communication with sales and production personnel across the site ensuring clear channels of communication and sharing of appropriate information. Cross checking weight sheets to ensure all details are correct. Answer incoming calls and deal with any queries in the absence of the Senior Despatch & Cold Store Manager. Any other duties as required by the Senior Despatch & Cold Store Manager

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209972355/Despatch-Administrator/apply?sid=3a503a68-94b8-4b73-ac51-4d19254a5cb4

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background. I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

From time to time I generated resources both online and in reprographics within educational and training work.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

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03/05/2019: APPLICATION: Full Time Tempory Administration Immediate Start Find a Job Manpower UK

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2159666

Duties will include General Admin work, including the use of Microsoft Office, answering the phone, dealing with customer and account queries, and other general Admin duties. The ideal candidate will possess accurate and swift keyboard skills, be a clear and confident communicator and have a flexible working attitude.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2159666

https://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=emhleXdvb2QuMDI1NTguMTA2MzNAbWFucG93ZXJ1ay5hcGxpdHJhay5jb20

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

https://www.aplitrak.com/manpower/submit.cgi

Thank you for submitting your details. They have been sent to a consultant who will be in touch.


03/05/2019: APPLICATION: Administrative Assistant Find a Job Michmerc

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2159972

...a variety of administrative and clerical tasks. The ideal candidate should have excellent oral and written communication skills and be able to organize their work. Plan meetings and take detailed minutes Write and distribute email, correspondence memos, letters, faxes and forms Assist in the preparation of regularly scheduled reports Develop and maintain a filing system

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2159972

https://jobs.michmerc.uk/administrative-assistant

Form filled in and no separate cover note required.

https://jobs-united.co.uk/top-jobs-administrative-assistant

Thanks for your Application!


02/05/2019: APPLICATION: Office Administrator HU3 2JZ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2146624

Candidates should possess a RSA III or equivalent, educated to at least NVQ 3 level and have extensive secretarial and leadership experience. The department of microbiology is based on both sites, bacteriology...

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/appform2/b90a0a54aa0fef3a9024ef63b9084ad4/?vac_ref=915558552

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/3ff41cbcfbf3a5f8b227b5fe07e7e2a6/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915558552

Job reference: 356-19-1657524 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-178-835-111


02/05/2019: APPLICATION: Administrative Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/Administrative-Assistant-job-application

Job Responsibilities · Writing and dispatching letters & emails · Arranging case sign up documentation · Undertaking any other tasks/duties as may be reasonably required Job Skills · Microsoft Office · reliability · flexibility

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

Today I further use ICT software including Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


02/05/2019: APPLICATION: Admin Assistant on to: Customer Service Advisor in http://zettria.com/data-processor-job-application [via its drop down box - it does not have its own webpage].

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background. I have the skills by which I design and write a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

From time to time I generated resources both online and in reprographics within educational and training work.

Today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs

02/05/2019: ACTION: Receptionist/Administrator Find a Job The Hessle Grange Medical Practice

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2147232

Previous administrative experience, excellent communication and IT skills are essential. The post holder will greet patients and visitors in an efficient and courteous manner, provide an effective and polite telephone enquiry service and proactively communicate information between relevant patients...

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2147232 Goes nowhere (again)


01/05/2019: APPLICATION: Marketing Sales Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/marketing-sales-assistant-job-application

· flexibility to meet client and business demands · an outgoing, patient and calm nature, even under pressure Job Skills · Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel

I have taught Business Studies and this has included marketing, which has remained relevant in the promotion of websites and media productions with which I have been involved.

On a number of occasions I have attended national Unicoms (Unitarian Communicators) gatherings in which I have learnt how to conduct Internet publicity, radio interviews, press releases and poster design, and have tackled focussed marketing of a specifically identified client group.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


01/05/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator Reservoir Road facility. HU6 7QH Find a Job Sims UK

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2140977

• Provide general administration support to the site manager - Recording of site absence, holidays and post activities • Deal with incoming telephone enquiries in a friendly and professional manner • Deal with visitors to the site in a friendly and professional manner • Maintain site database records Applicants must have exceptional organisational skills with a high level of attention to detail and accuracy. They will have excellent interpersonal skills, be self-motivated, flexible and adaptable. The candidate should have strong written and verbal communication skills combined with integrity and confidentiality. The role requires good problem solving skills and the ability to stay calm and work well under pressure. Applicants will have the ability to manage a varied workload and make decisions whilst being reliable and able to deal with confidential information. They will need strong IT skills comprising Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint - training will be given on Company specific software systems.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2140977


30/04/2019: APPLICATION: Ward Clerk HU16 5JQ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2129330

25 hours on the Surgical Admissions Lounge. The person will be responsible for admitting patients, requesting notes, taking telephone calls from relatives and patients.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2129330

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915555835

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/0f99d857736934d8c932d52f038ab502/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915555835

Job reference: 356-19-1677171 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-178-758-439


30/04/2019: APPLICATION: Data Processor Zettria

http://zettria.com/data-processor-job-application

· telephone work · Administration including filing, photocopying, scanning and archiving Job Skills · Data entry · Positive attitude · IT skills · Reliability · Flexibility

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online, for which I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines that far exceeds the qualifications.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I retain Ph.D level ability to analyse data and have taught as well as composed report writing. I have handled both qualitative and quantitative data for my and departmental analysis and I can do this with creative online ICT use.

Classifying and cataloguing meant I would summary read medical material and give it a classification and then enter this into a database. I have also recorded data into spreadsheets and made reports, this within a team and prioritising.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

Today I further use ICT software including Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


30/04/2019: APPLICATION: Care Home Administrator Barrow Upon Humber DN19 7DQ Vacancy Filler

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2131373

We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated Administrator to assist in the day to day running of a busy and vibrant care establishment in our home Barrow Hall Care Centre near Hull. Good IT Skills Excellent Telephone Manner Flexible approach to work Ability to prioritise workload Good Communication Skills

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2131373

https://app.vacancy-filler.co.uk/salescrm/Careers/CareersPage.aspx?e=LMo8nnTwYNaC7lajMXXkm6ak0juzJFtrw0HVk9CiDDCOQ6Yxmup4rruMGDOGkIZqHgO3HvDeu2irdgbamipHc7Vd4F2hrKLcr6TzC3xAyGU

No separate cover note required.

Thank you for applying


29/04/2019: APPLICATION: Practice Administrator HU9 4AL Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2121049

The post involves a variety of administrative functions which support the care and service delivery we provide for our patients. Ability to work under pressure, able to work in a professional manner delivering a high quality administration service for our partners and patients is essential. Candidates must have good time management skills and have knowledge of General practice admin procedures. You can read more about us on our Modality Partnership website.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2121049

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/99cd5de8a711a84be2f15b0108962115/?vac_ref=915554240

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

My approach to work is quality-led, persistent and focussed, with an attention to detail that follows on from postgraduate work and personal writing and artistic interests.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/b012f6fcc6c04f86adcb9cc3ca246b54/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915554240

Job reference: J180-A-19-294337 Employer: Central Advertising - General Practitioners Application reference: AR-178-708-179


29/04/2019: APPLICATION: Patient Liaison Officer HU5 2NT Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2121055

The candidate will need to be able to communicate effectively in writing, in person and on the telephone. Experience of patient communication and complaints management will be an asset. The candidate will need to be organised and methodical in their approach, having experience of working to strict deadlines and providing comprehensive written reports.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2121055

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

With a broad educational background and demonstrable wide set of skills I can multi-task, able to analyse and act upon several different scenarios at once. I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

My report writing commercially was through using spreadsheets and I have text and word processed in the methodology of the Report and supervised the arrangement of student reports.

I have generated reports both in Word Processing and via spreadsheets in administrative settings, and in education I have taught how to arrange reports.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

With a broad educational background and demonstrable wide set of skills I can multi-task, able to analyse and act upon several different scenarios at once. I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/abab9f6bd26497a1776efc5178621413/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915554241

Job reference: J180-A-19-294338 Employer: Central Advertising - General Practitioners Application reference: AR-178-707-915


29/04/2019: APPLICATION: Admin - Account Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/account-assistant-job-application

Example Job Action: updating the client directly ensuring the client is informed to developments. Your focus and approach should be proactive/attentive of client's needs, through positive communication about their plans, as well as keeping them abreast of progress on existing tasks this job will also involve meeting clients on location Strong IT skills Microsoft Office general web apps · Strong communication skills · reliability · flexibility · driving licence

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Strong communication skills come from education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I am flexible regarding hours and tasking. In my customer service role I was down for 50% part time but often came in for more and worked in morning, afternoon and evening sessions. I have worked on varieties of tasks at once.

I drive my car with a full clean licence for car and motorcyle.

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28/04/2019: APPLICATION: Operations / Logistics Coordinator HU9 5SD Find a Job Meridian Business Support

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2118227

The Operations team provide an essential point of contact to the customer base managing all aspects of the order processing, transport planning right through to invoicing, making sure clients are fully informed from initial call to confirmation of delivery.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2118227

https://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=a3N2ZW5kc2VuLjcyMDc0LjEwNjMzQG1lcmlkaWFuLmFwbGl0cmFrLmNvbQ

No opportunity for cover note.

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28/04/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Admin Kingston Upon Hull Manpower

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209916634/Customer-Service-Admin?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=e5ea867e-b093-40da-8f32-16c0f26c39f8

* Taking and processing all sales orders within the required timescale over the telephone * Ensuring correct delivery dates for the customers are met * Responsible for invoicing * Checking outstanding delivery notes and chasing stock updates * Liaising with other departments within the business and external suppliers * Arranging booking slots for direct deliveries from suppliers to customers * Maintaining all filing of invoices & credit notes * Reporting any stock issues to relevant departments * Other general administration duties

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209916634/Customer-Service-Admin/apply?sid=e5ea867e-b093-40da-8f32-16c0f26c39f8

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

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27/04/2019: APPLICATION: Senior Administrator Queen's Centre, CHH, Hull, HU3 2JZ Find a Job NHS Jobs

Applicants should have a good standard of general education to GCSE level or equivalent and possess an NVQ level 3 in administration or equivalent. Excellent keyboard skills, experience of providing a service to patients or customers and experience of using electronic systems are essential. Previous NHS experience and an understanding of clinical administration pathways are an advantage but not essential.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2118752

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915552328

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

With a broad educational background and demonstrable wide set of skills I can multi-task, able to analyse and act upon several different scenarios at once. I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/ebbe076f58309e07e0e82b4b8902817d/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915552328

Job reference: 356-19-1650037 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-178-663-851


27/04/2019: APPLICATION: Sales Administrator CV Library Office Angels

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209918586/Sales-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=5ef9c829-b2de-4a87-8a7d-7686bc670d84

• Sales order processing • Liaising with the sales team and technical team • Providing quotations • Sales administration and processing site and project paper work • Navigating through the operating system • Track order progression and raise and resolve any issues • Customer service support • Contract reviews Experience using factory master or a bespoke & integrated sales administration software would be adventurous but not necessary as full training will be provided.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209918586/Sales-Administrator/apply?sid=5ef9c829-b2de-4a87-8a7d-7686bc670d84

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

From time to time I generated resources both online and in reprographics within educational and training work.

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26/04/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Admin HU5 1SG Manpower UK

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2107893

Taking and processing all sales orders within the required timescale over the telephone Ensuring correct delivery dates for the customers are met Responsible for invoicing Checking outstanding delivery notes and chasing stock updates

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2107893

https://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=Y2FiYm90dC4wOTc4My4xMDYzM0BtYW5wb3dlcnVrLmFwbGl0cmFrLmNvbQ

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

https://www.aplitrak.com/manpower/submit.cgi

Thank you for submitting your details.


26/04/2019: APPLICATION: Clerical Officer HU3 2JZ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2110896

Candidates must be confident and highly motivated and able to multi-task in a busy administration office. Excellent communication skills are essential as you will be expected to work with a diverse range of people. Good IT skills and attention to detail are also a must; we aim to deliver a high standard of service to our patients and medical team.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2110896

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915551487

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

With a broad educational background and demonstrable wide set of skills I can multi-task, able to analyse and act upon several different scenarios at once. I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/3645048434f1f9239792153556ae0b4f/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915551487

Job reference: 356-19-1659367 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-178-636-363


25/04/2019: APPLICATION: Activity Co-ordinator Find a Job Bupa Benefits

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2106849

As our new activities coordinator, you'll be the creative mind who dreams up and organizes our brilliant activities programme. ...but you've also got the practical mind to balance your budget and to maintain the paperwork that goes along with your brilliant events.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2106849

https://bupa.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?job=BER00AC&lang=en&source=findajob

Please tell us if you have experience of any of the following activites (select all that apply): Taught someone a new skill Told a group of people a story Although not essential, it is preferred if you have some experience in caring for individuals on either a paid or unpaid basis. Please indicate from the below what type of experience you have: Voluntary or unpaid care for a member of family, friend or neighbour

Tell us why we should have you in our team. I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Tell us why you want to work for Bupa. Hopefully a good employer providing services.


25/04/2019: APPLICATION: Activites Coordinator Find a Job Rose Villa Care Home Limited++https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2105528

Planning and executing activities for the residents including outings in the local community, art and music programs in the facility and any special events. Duties involve setting up rooms for activities and events, overseeing the residents to ensure they are safe and following instructions. Problem solving and good communication skills to enable you to develop appropriate activities.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2105528

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

I have lectured, presented and preached to academic and quite ordinary wide-ranging audiences.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


24/04/2019: APPLICATION: Secretary Hays Beverley Permanent House, 25 South Street, Hull, East Yorkshire, United Kingdom, HU1 3QD Telephone: 01482 222

You will be first point of contact for all telephone and email enquires to the business. Providing diary management to management team Producing letters Typing documents General administrative duties where required Excellent IT skills Great interpersonal skills Team player Dead line orientated

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/JOB_2007369/apply/?q=Admin&jobName=projects%2Fmineral-balm-174308%2Fjobs%2F95901659588108998&applyId=JOB_2007369&jobSource=HaysGCJ&specialismId=&location=Hull%2C+UK&subSpecialismId=&lang=en

No opportunity for cover note.

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/apply/details?q=Admin&jobName=projects%2Fmineral-balm-174308%2Fjobs%2F95901659588108998&applyId=JOB_2007369&jobSource=HaysGCJ&specialismId=&location=Hull%2C+UK&subSpecialismId=&lang=en

Thank you for applying for the position of Secretary (Ref: 3569678)


24/04/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator Hays

Hull city centre to recruit for a an Administrator to support the business with the on boarding of new contracts.This role will involve a high level of administration, data entry, uploading contracts, credit checks and general admin support.

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/administrator-hull-en-GB_3514378?q=Admin&location=Hull,%20UK&applyId=JOB_1982715&jobSource=HaysGCJ&isSponsored=N&specialismId=&subSpecialismId=&jobName=projects/mineral-balm-174308/jobs/141900639421506246&lang=en

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/apply/details?q=Admin&jobName=projects%2Fmineral-balm-174308%2Fjobs%2F141900639421506246&applyId=JOB_1982715&jobSource=HaysGCJ&specialismId=&location=Hull%2C+UK&subSpecialismId=&lang=en

https://m.hays.co.uk/search/?q=Admin&stat=e&Job=&location=Hull,%20UK&specialismId=&subSpecialismId=&locationf=&industryf=&sortType=0&jobType=-1&payTypefacet=-1&minPay=0&maxPay=11&jobSource=HaysGCJ

No separate cover note required.

Thank you for applying for the position of Administrator (Ref: 3514378)


23/04/2019: APPLICATION: Tutor / Assessor HU3 1UR Find a Job Hull City Council

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2088833

Business Administration and Team leading Tutor/Assessor to cover maternity leave. Hull Training and Adult Education is part of Hull City Council and is one of the major providers of apprenticeships and further education in the region with an excellent reputation for delivering quality courses. The Business, Creative & Digital team offer apprenticeships and training in Business Administration, Team Leading, IT, Operational Delivery and Customer Service. Knowledge of traineeship delivery would be an advantage. You should have a relevant teaching qualification, prior experience of teaching young people or adults in a variety of settings and desirably hold or be working towards an assessors award.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2088833 https://www.hullcc.gov.uk/jobs/job/22435.job

Detailed Hull City Council application form filled in.

https://www.hullcc.gov.uk/jobs/Survey.aspx?msg=RIU4buOHmNTQ7e2l9QrS8aUqet%2bwM7hMyqp0eykqgAg%3d

Relevant Experience: I have taught in schools (supply teaching and PGCE), colleges (FE - literacy, study skills, ICT), Higher Education (Sociology), Sixth Form (Sociology, Psychology, Economics, History), carried out training (ICT and websites) and aided understanding through resource papers and directed discussion (churches). I dealt with and made resources both online and in reprographics. So I have knowledge throughout the sector and all have employed the use of ICT.

Therefore I have strong inside and multi-institutional experience of education, knowing who fits what kind of post. A number of students were interviewed for career options in several posts I have held.

In voluntary work I produced a syllabus and carried out eighteen Theology Course sessions (continued until late 2010), and also recreated a 1971 dissertation on clergy training. I taught Sociology at Wyke Sixth Form College at AS, A2 and GCSE with assessment and evaluation and full use of ICT. For Teaching Personnel and other agencies I was a Supply Teacher Secondary schools providing ICT resourced teaching cover across a wide range of subjects to highly diverse sets of students. Previously I had been a Hull College Lecturer in Keyskills Communications Levels at 1, 2 and 3 and before that HE Research Assistant, which meant providing ICT use advice and study skills materials and support.

At HMP Ranby, prison confined students improved their literacy and confidence through being taught text processing by me in a non-judgmental manner.

As a paid Service Users Participation Advisory (SUPA) Group member I assisted social worker student practice and their academic writing as well as marked tutor assessments of student portfolio evaluations. This involved looking for staff obeying rules in response to student texts and showing consistency.

Skills: Trained teacher. Rapid learner. Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

Knowledge: Knowledge of social science, RE, writing, skills for learning, key skills teaching.

Interpersonal/Communication Skills: I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.


23/04/2019: APPLICATION: Export Administrator Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2091960

Chamber of Commerce and other local agency websites Keeping up to date with current document requirements/ changes Preparing and processing paperwork for domestic and international shipment Responding to queries via email from both internal and external customers Ensuring customers are kept fully informed regarding their orders and shipments Receiving customer orders and comparing with quotations Working with other departments to resolve queries Preparing and sending sales acknowledgments to customers Processing customer sales invoices and credits using commercial software

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2091960

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_1985878?jobSource=findajob

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Export Administrator (Ref: 3444962)


22/04/2019: APPLICATION: HR Advisor Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

You will be a confident and clear communicator with excellent IT skills. You will be proficient with all Microsoft Office packages and have previous experience of working within a HR department.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2038611

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/JOB_1995085/apply/?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_1995085

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of

HR Advisor (Ref: 3551157)


22/04/2019: APPLICATION: Contracts Administrator CV Library Hays Office Support

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209849014/Contracts-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=983fc8c5-ce4f-4a7b-ac98-324bdf107866

You will be the main administration support for the wider operational areas of the business. Main responsibilities of the role will include; order processing, creating files, updating electronic databases, acting as customer/supplier liaison, diary management, handling sensitive information, general administration. This is an extremely varied role with no two days the same. What you'll need to succeed You will be proficient in MS Office, specifically Excel. Along with an excellent telephone manner, good attention to detail, the ability to work under pressure and multitask. Previous experience of working in a customer service environment would be beneficial but not essential.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209849014/Contracts-Administrator/apply?sid=983fc8c5-ce4f-4a7b-ac98-324bdf107866

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


21/04/2019: APPLICATION: Payroll Officer CV Library Adecco

Interested candidates MUST have advanced Excel skills, be a confident communicator and have strong attention to detail. Maintenance of the payroll system and records Administering wage deductions and attachments of earnings Setting up of new employee records

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209888361/Payroll-Officer?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=67824900-3151-49a1-a951-3cb31f7c840c

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209888361/Payroll-Officer/apply?sid=67824900-3151-49a1-a951-3cb31f7c840c

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

I retain Ph.D level ability to analyse data and have taught as well as composed report writing.

Classifying and cataloguing meant I would summary read medical material and give it a classification and then enter this into a database. I have also recorded data into spreadsheets and made reports, this within a team and prioritising.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

I have lectured, presented and preached to academic and quite ordinary wide-ranging audiences.

Your Application has been sent


21/04/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Relations Team Leader CV Library Prestige Recruitment Specialists

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209666847/Customer-Relations-Team-Leader?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=67824900-3151-49a1-a951-3cb31f7c840c

Candidates must evidence an ability to think objectively, identify effective complaint resolutions and recommend corrective actions for implementation. • A proven track record in building and developing effective working relationships at all levels, working with independence and driving a team to perform are essential qualities we will be looking for. • Strong analytical and good Microsoft office skills are also required.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209666847/Customer-Relations-Team-Leader/apply?sid=67824900-3151-49a1-a951-3cb31f7c840c

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

I possess three degrees and two teaching qualifications, with additional education learning.

My Ph.D is in the sociology of religion. My MA covers modern theology and an interface with social science. My BA (Hons.) was across economics, politics and sociology. I retain a key and active interest in all these areas. I have a PGCE (Religious Education), an adult/ FE teaching qualification.

My ICT use exceeds my formal RSA III and ECDL qualifications and in the latter my Excel examination was faultless.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

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20/04/2019: APPLICATION: Temporary Sales Support Administrator CV Library One to One Recruitment

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209875592/Temporary-Sales-Support-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=47b14165-d957-43e0-8791-0e52b615efbf

Computer literacy and can pick new systems up quickly (ideally CRM / SAP experience although NOT essential) Office experience with clear communication skills verbally and written Your own transport

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209875592/Temporary-Sales-Support-Administrator/apply?sid=47b14165-d957-43e0-8791-0e52b615efbf

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I learn quickly. As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

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20/04/2019: APPLICATION: Support Secretary HU3 2JZ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2082963

...able to demonstrate experience of working to deadlines and the ability to prioritise. You must also be able to use different electronic clinical systems and voice recognition systems, and be proficient in the use of word processing and office software (e.g., Microsoft office). It is essential you have knowledge and experience of a range of secretarial procedures. ECDL and/or RSA ll would be advantageous, but not essential.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2082963

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/ac27ead6887b2e853bd5db0b3119ea65/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915544867

Job reference: 356-19-1669209 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-178-459-903


19/04/2019: APPLICATION: Senior Research Assistant HU10 6ED Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2083437

We are looking for a motivated and organised person, with excellent communication skills, the ability to work in teams, to engage clinicians, communicate complex information and supervise other staff. A good understanding of data collection methods, experience of working on research projects and interviewing research participants in healthcare is essential.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2083437

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915544850

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I possess three degrees and two teaching qualifications, with additional education learning.

My Ph.D is in the sociology of religion. My MA covers modern theology and an interface with social science.

My Ph.D Sociology and Social Anthropology took place at the University of Hull: Ph.D thesis (98000 words): New Denominationalism: Tendencies Towards a New Reformation of English Christianity. This involved two churches participant observation; theological study; semi-structured interviews with ministers. My MA in Theological Understanding of Contemporary Society included an MA dissertation (20000 words) Plurality in Proximity: The Gospel of Unitarian Universalism for Contemporary Culture. Linking UUism with postmodernity.

In voluntary work I produced a syllabus and carried out eighteen Theology Course sessions (continued until late 2010), and also recreated a 1971 dissertation on clergy training. I taught Sociology at Wyke Sixth Form College at AS, A2 and GCSE with assessment and evaluation and full use of ICT. For Teaching Personnel and other agencies I was a Supply Teacher Secondary schools providing ICT resourced teaching cover across a wide range of subjects to highly diverse sets of students. Previously I had been a Hull College Lecturer in Keyskills Communications Levels at 1, 2 and 3 and before that HE Research Assistant, which meant providing ICT use advice and study skills materials and support.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/fc79fb3f73df8689fa83df1ba974fdc8/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915544850

Job reference: 338-5457-19 Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-178-441-627


19/04/2019: APPLICATION: Data Processor Zettria

http://zettria.com/data-processor-job-application

· telephone work · Administration including filing, photocopying, scanning and archiving Job Skills · Data entry · Positive attitude · IT skills · Reliability · Flexibility

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online, for which I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines that far exceeds the qualifications.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I retain Ph.D level ability to analyse data and have taught as well as composed report writing. I have handled both qualitative and quantitative data for my and departmental analysis and I can do this with creative online ICT use.

Classifying and cataloguing meant I would summary read medical material and give it a classification and then enter this into a database. I have also recorded data into spreadsheets and made reports, this within a team and prioritising.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

Today I further use ICT software including Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


18/04/2019: APPLICATION: Travel Consultant Find a Job Hays Travel Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2062295

Providing excellent service to customers, you will be involved in selling services and products face-to-face after gaining a full insight into individual holiday aspirations. Identifying and meeting customers’ needs by providing exceptional customer service at all times • Participating in promotional events and activities to increase exposure of the branch • Using social media to promote offers, generating customer engagement and sales leads • Effectively performing administrative duties Competencies Required

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2062295

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I am a user of social media with public and friends settings, blog (integrated with my long-standing website by menu) and have an entry on Linked-in.

I have designed websites and taught how to maintain them for charities and small firms, and my understanding of SEO issues is demonstrated in a webpage on my website at the direct link of http://www.pluralist.co.uk/learning/ict/seowebsitework.html.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


18/04/2019: APPLICATION: Logistics Administrator CV Library Kingston Recruitment

Proven track record of working in a fast paced Admin environment An understanding of Excel to a good standard Excellent communication skills An understanding of Sage but not essential

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209708197/Logistics-Administrator/apply?sid=31fbab4f-7156-4288-8ed6-5533d174b130

Do you have logistic Admin experience of 1 year or more Yes

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I retain Ph.D level ability to analyse data and have taught as well as composed report writing. I have handled both qualitative and quantitative data for my and departmental analysis and I can do this with creative online ICT use.

Classifying and cataloguing meant I would summary read medical material and give it a classification and then enter this into a database. I have also recorded data into spreadsheets and made reports, this within a team and prioritising.

From research to administration I have given attention to both qualitative and quantitative details, with an ability to summary-read, edit and check back that what has been written is correct.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

Your Application has been sent


17/04/2019: APPLICATION: Patient Flow Officer HU3 2JZ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2057074

The successful candidate will have excellent communication and negotiation skills, ability to prioritise workload, working proactively with the Nurse in Charge. The candidate will able to demonstrate excellent and accurate record keeping. Can demonstrate effective and appropriate IT and telephone skills.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2057074

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915541605

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/0dd543e659cbabf48ae77b67d28d3a92/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915541605

Job reference: 356-19-1640190 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-178-376-011


17/04/2019: APPLICATION: Marketing Sales Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/marketing-sales-assistant-job-application

· flexibility to meet client and business demands · an outgoing, patient and calm nature, even under pressure Job Skills · Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel

I have taught Business Studies and this has included marketing, which has remained relevant in the promotion of websites and media productions with which I have been involved.

On a number of occasions I have attended national Unicoms (Unitarian Communicators) gatherings in which I have learnt how to conduct Internet publicity, radio interviews, press releases and poster design, and have tackled focussed marketing of a specifically identified client group.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


17/04/2019: APPLICATION: Clinical Coding Assistant Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust HU16 5JQ Find a Job Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2055675

...good interpersonal skills, an individual willing to learn, ready for a challenge and capable of working independently and adapting to a dynamic and often pressurised working environment. ...a proven track record of being able to source difficult to find casnotes [sic], good organisational and analytical skills and an eye for detail.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2055675

http://jobs.hey.nhs.uk/job/UK/East_Yorkshire/Hull/Hull_East_Yorkshire_Hospitals_NHS_Trust/Finance_Information_Directorate/Finance_Information_Directorate-v1673858?ref=UniversalJobMatch&

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915542033

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/d625fdf05327875e682d87fd630561fe/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915542033

Job reference: 356-19-1673858 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-178-376-369


17/04/2019: APPLICATION: Admin - Account Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/account-assistant-job-application

Example Job Action: updating the client directly ensuring the client is informed to developments. Your focus and approach should be proactive/attentive of client's needs, through positive communication about their plans, as well as keeping them abreast of progress on existing tasks this job will also involve meeting clients on location Strong IT skills Microsoft Office general web apps · Strong communication skills · reliability · flexibility · driving licence

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Strong communication skills come from education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I am flexible regarding hours and tasking. In my customer service role I was down for 50% part time but often came in for more and worked in morning, afternoon and evening sessions. I have worked on varieties of tasks at once.

I drive my car with a full clean licence for car and motorcyle.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


16/04/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist/ Administrator Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2050409

Reception/Administration Team, helping us to deliver a caring, quality service to our patients. You will need to be able to carry out a wide variety of tasks to ensure the smooth running of the surgery. ...use the EMIS Web computer record system and good IT skills are essential, with experience of work in General Practice an advantage. We are looking for somebody who is willing to learn and progress in their job role as there will be opportunities to take on more responsibility in time. You will need to have at least 6 months experience working as a receptionist or equivalent customer facing role.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2050409

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915538748

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it.. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation was an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I understand and have had experience of both commercial (spreadsheet program workings) and pastoral (church) forms of confidentiality (and where confidentiality is denied, as in aspects of teaching).

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/d365d5cb7d9d4a1e408257c42b8dc114/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915538748

Job reference: J180-A-19-291411 Employer: Central Advertising - General Practitioners Application reference: AR-178-337-655


16/04/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Advisor HU4 7DY Find a Job Nationwide Crash Repair Centre

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2052608

You are responsible for booking customer cars in for repair/attention which is why an important aspect of the role is to prepare job cards and files as necessary, all the while maintaining and efficient and effective filing system for associated paperwork. With a professional appearance we would also appreciate it if you have a customer focus and teamwork mentality and are IT Literate. Problem solving and understanding when to escalate problems would be highly advantageous as would the ability to identify and fully support development of retail sales opportunities.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2052608

https://nationwide.current-vacancies.com/Jobs/Advert/1586686?cid=1728&ad=993104&t=Customer-Service-Advisor&l=Hull&jobboard=Find+a+Job&c=vacancyposter

Application form online filled in.

Your application for the role of Customer Service Advisor has now been submitted for consideration.


15/04/2019: APPLICATION: Pound Supervisor Melton, Humberside, HU14 3HB Find a Job NSL Ltd https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2046042

We have a great opportunity for a Pound Supervisor to oversee the running of the car pound, and lead a high performing team of Enforcement Officers. What you'll be doing... Compiling duty rosters and daily records of shift allocations Administering and overseeing all routines and duties of the contract office Producing vehicle condition and/ or reconciliation reports Investigating differences between pound and street location condition reports Handling telephone enquiries and written correspondence Deal with customer complaints and enquiries To assist in providing an effective customer care policy

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2046042

https://marstonholdings.current-vacancies.com/Jobs/Advert/1583628?cid=1296&rsid=0&js=0&LinkType=1&FromSearch=False&c=vacancyposter&jobboard=Find%20a%20Job

(Completed online application form)


15/04/2019: APPLICATION: from Admin Assistant on to: Customer Service Advisor in http://zettria.com/data-processor-job-application [via its drop down box - it does not have its own webpage].

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background. I have the skills by which I design and write a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

From time to time I generated resources both online and in reprographics within educational and training work.

Today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


15/04/2019: APPLICATION: Administrative Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/Administrative-Assistant-job-application

Job Responsibilities · Writing and dispatching letters & emails · Arranging case sign up documentation · Undertaking any other tasks/duties as may be reasonably required Job Skills · Microsoft Office · reliability · flexibility

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

Today I further use ICT software including Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


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14/04/2019: APPLICATION: Data Administrator CV Library Adecco

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209860785/Data-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=432b3f36-ef89-457e-9db5-fd99368b64f2

An opportunity for a customer data administrator required for an expanding company situated in Hull City Centre. The successful candidate will help supplement the team cleansing activities.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209860785/Data-Administrator/apply?sid=432b3f36-ef89-457e-9db5-fd99368b64f2

Classifying and cataloguing meant I would summary read medical material and give it a classification and then enter this into a database. I have also recorded data into spreadsheets and made reports, this within a team and prioritising.

I retain Ph.D level ability to analyse data and have taught as well as composed report writing. I have handled both qualitative and quantitative data for my and departmental analysis and I can do this with creative online ICT use.

From research to administration I have given attention to both qualitative and quantitative details, with an ability to summary-read, edit and check back that what has been written is correct.

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background. I have the skills by which I designed and wrote a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

From time to time I generated resources both online and in reprographics within educational and training work.

I maintain a small network and manage the oversight of my operating systems.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

Your Application has been sent


14/04/2019: APPLICATION: Administration/ Care Officer CV Library Castle Recruitment Solutions

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209854748/Administration-care-officer?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=432b3f36-ef89-457e-9db5-fd99368b64f2

To provide administrative support to the Home in respect of day to day operations. Liaise with Head Office personnel on administrative issues at group level. Basic PC experience – typing/word/excel and Outlook Professional, confident, caring, enthusiastic.

Vacancy Specific Questions Do you have an NVQ in Administration No Do you have experience in Administration Yes

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209854748/Administration-care-officer/apply?sid=432b3f36-ef89-457e-9db5-fd99368b64f2

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. I have lectured, presented and preached to academic and quite ordinary wide-ranging audiences.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Your Application has been sent


13/04/2019: APPLICATION: Trade Counter Assistant HU16 5JQ Find a Job Path Recruitment Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2040827

Responsibilities of the Trade Counter Assistant: General administration duties Handle sales enquire at the trade counter or by telephone. No weekend work!

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2040827

https://www.applythis.net/?a=61DFA80B6.0

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Application complete Your application for Trade Counter Assistant (31933). Thank you for applying today. Your application has been passed on.


13/04/2019: APPLICATION: Senior Administration Assistant Find a Job HMP Hull, Hedon Road, Hull, HU9 5LS

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2041947

CHCP CIC currently provides integrated offender healthcare services across HMP Hull and HMP Humber. We are looking for someone who has word processing to RSA 2 standard / ECDL or be able to demonstrate appropriate level of skill, along with a knowledge of a range of administration procedures and also software programmes including Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2041947

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915535509

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/77dcb71ef11959324b44b869581baebc/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915535509

Job reference: 810-CH2688 Employer: City Health Care Partnership CIC Application reference: AR-178-247-047


12/04/2019: APPLICATION: Recruitment Consultant HU1 3HR Find a Job Brook Street

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2032438

A proven track record of your brilliance is essential If you believe you could excel at the above tasks but do not have the relevant experience in Healthcare and/or Recruitment, please don't let this stop you applying. This role is active now! Please submit your CVs. APPLY NOW

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2032438

https://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=Q2xhaXJlVW5leS43ODI3MS4xMDYzM0Bicm9va3N0cmVldC5hcGxpdHJhay5jb20

No opportunity for cover note.

https://www.aplitrak.com/generic/submit.cgi

Recruitment Consultant (HUL/10217) Kingston Upon Hull, England Thank you for submitting your application.


12/04/2019: APPLICATION: Business / Finance Analyst Find a job Manpower

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2033573

Do you have an excellent understanding of main financial metrics......provide the data that can be used for this [business] reason? Excellent organization skills. Ability to manage own workload and work as part of a team. Strong analytical skills and reporting skills.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2033573

https://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=bGNsZW1lbnQuNDYxMTkuMTA2MzNAbWFucG93ZXJ1ay5hcGxpdHJhay5jb20

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

I retain Ph.D level ability to analyse data and have taught as well as composed report writing. I have handled both qualitative and quantitative data for my and departmental analysis and I can do this with creative online ICT use.

Classifying and cataloguing meant I would summary read medical material and give it a classification and then enter this into a database. I have also recorded data into spreadsheets and made reports, this within a team and prioritising.

From research to administration I have given attention to both qualitative and quantitative details, with an ability to summary-read, edit and check back that what has been written is correct.

Teacher training and teaching involved organising pupils and students in various activities and making sure objectives were met by all.

I have organised research timing and thesis writing; I write and order the narrative of a novel. I understand library classification systems.

https://www.aplitrak.com/manpower/submit.cgi

Thank you for submitting your details. They have been sent to a consultant who will be in touch.


11/04/2019: APPLICATION: Sales Assistant Little Weighton, Cottingham Find a job Pertemps Network Group

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2022711

- Professional telephone manner and excellent customer service skills

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2022711

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work and was also part of student money handling within education.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


11/04/2019: APPLICATION: Aftersales & Customer Care co-ordinator Find a Job Hutton and Co (Ship Chandlers) Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2023687

Provide a good After Sales Customer Care to customers via telephone and email to ensure that they use our services in the future.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2023687

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


10/04/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist Find a Job Britannia Hotels LTD

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2015217

The successful candidate will be organised, punctual and well-presented, with excellent communication skills and customer service. Knowledge of Hotel Booking systems would be advantageous.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2015217

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I have lectured, presented and preached to academic and quite ordinary wide-ranging audiences.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


10/04/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service & Office Administrator Just Added CV Library MaxAd Recruitment Ltd

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209834245/Customer-Service-Office-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=3f0fdfa1-e800-4eeb-8a0c-c27be69f29d3

Skills & Experience: Excellent customer communication skills Quality phone manner and proficient use of the phone IT proficient with skills in Excel, Outlook, Netsuite and Adobe InDesign (training provided) Great team player Fanatical about upholding the company values: Trust. Caring. Honesty. Taking Ownership. Continual Improvement

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209834245/Customer-Service-Office-Administrator/apply?sid=3f0fdfa1-e800-4eeb-8a0c-c27be69f29d3

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

I have produced artwork and design for a printed and online magazine; I use a variety of artistic software and co-ordinate them together. Evidence of this is available online at my website http://www.pluralist.co.uk and click on Galleries on the top menu or go directly to http://www.pluralist.co.uk/gallery.html. There are images of all categories, some of it originating on canvas and then scanned and some at the computer itself.

I use a whole variety of art software packages, from drawing to simulated painting and photographic manipulation, raster and vector, for online and printing. These also integrate with Desk Top Publishing and .PDF production.

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background. I have the skills by which I designed and wrote a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

The magazine collapsed complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

I have lectured, presented and preached to academic and quite ordinary wide-ranging audiences.

Your Application has been sent


09/04/2019: APPLICATION: Prescribing Team Administrator HU6 8QF Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/2007411

Candidates should have a good level of Maths and English at GCSE (or equivalent) grades A-C. The centralised work of the prescribing Administrators, carried out at New Hall Surgery, helps to process the repeat medication requests for our five Hull sites, the role can be busy and requires attention to detail.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/2007411

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915528345

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/712ebdd3cac5681150c80c6636e3da0b/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915528345

Job reference: J180-A-19-289551 Employer: Central Advertising - General Practitioners Application reference: AR-178-104-621


09/04/2019: APPLICATION: Business Analyst Administrator Just Added Adecco

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209831166/Business-Analyst-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=7f57bccb-fff2-4462-b9f5-f6e30b1592b1

* Running reports from in-house software * Analysis of reports for forecasts * Maintaining and updating spreadsheets * Working closely with accounts department Previous experience in excel with a finance background is desirable but not essential.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing Excel reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

Your Application has been sent


08/04/2019: APPLICATION: IT Helpdesk support Find a Job Morson International

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1912034

Be a Super Requestor / Coordinator acting on behalf of the Wind businesses in Hull Assist with the Co-ordination of the issue of IT equipment and services to the new starters Ensure the IT workplaces comply with the EHS safety procedures Administer and manage the IT assets and services user portals that drive the IT cost calculations - Good organizational skills with a methodical approach. - Experience working within a fast-paced IT Support role. - Knowledge and experience of Windows 7 & 10 and Office 365/2016. - Ability to demonstrate excellent customer facing skills and to interact positively at all levels. - Work professionally & confidently in a manufacturing environment & adhere to strong safety procedures. - Excellent communication skills both verbally and written. - Ability to work well within a team and independently with a flexible approach to work.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1912034

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No opportunity for cover note.

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08/04/2019: APPLICATION: ICT Support Technician Find a Job Dawson Dean Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1851833

• Support with the installation, maintenance, availability and security of the company’s network, hardware and software • Troubleshooting and resolving daily ICT support tasks • Problem solving and reactive response to users regarding PC’s, laptops, printers, landline telephones, mobiles, data phones and tablets • Organise, plan and prioritise own work effectively including meet deadlines • Good communication skills in person, by email and telephone • Support with systems administration for the ICT department including back-up, security and access procedures The successful candidate will have a good knowledge of computer systems and networks and a range of software applications. an IT level 3 IT qualification. A genuine interest in IT is essential. A full or provisional driving licence would be an advantage

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1851833

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background. I have the skills by which I designed and wrote a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

From time to time I generated resources both online and in reprographics within educational and training work.

I maintain a small network and manage the oversight of my operating systems.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I am well capable - with the necessary all-round literacy and artistic skills - of updating websites and reviewing their content as clear, essential and concise: removing verbosity and also irrelevant material that irritates readers looking for clarity.

My website http://www.pluralist.co.uk has existed since 1998 and is now with its own URL and on a paid webspace.

I have produced websites through HTML and CSS assisted coding with some plugged-in javascript in a disciplined, limited but effective manner. I code to 800 by 600 so that every browser sees the result without horizontal scrolling. I try to use limited and often complementary colours. The result should not be too 'heavy' in terms of downloading. Pages that must appear the same, or become documents like guides and reports, are provided as .PDF pages, including sheet music. Other documents include .XML for music composing, .MID for basic music, and MP3 for complex music. My latest website was Hull's Creative Learning Centre, a collection of voluntary bodies and individuals that use the space of Chamberlain House in Hull, and the related website for Hull Folk Club, although these have since been altered by others.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation.

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07/04/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Account Administrator CV Library GBA Services

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209816549/Customer-Account-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=9e61965b-e7c4-4223-a8cf-3be5e68aa2ac

...undertake a full range of Administrative duties and able to support the Contract Manager. Duties will include General administration, organisation, facilitation, diary management and data inputting. Competent use of all Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel and Outlook Previous administrative experience Ability to organise and prioritise workload The ability to multi task confidently Excellent communication skills Excellent customer service skills

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209816549/Customer-Account-Administrator/apply?sid=9e61965b-e7c4-4223-a8cf-3be5e68aa2ac

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

With a broad educational background and demonstrable wide set of skills I can multi-task, able to analyse and act upon several different scenarios at once.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

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07/04/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator CV Library Brook Street UK

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209808395/Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=9e61965b-e7c4-4223-a8cf-3be5e68aa2ac

Use of Excel and Microsoft packages Work well in a team environment Good eye to detail Good IT skills General administration duties Providing accurate notes for the Despatch department Maintain the loading of orders on to FOPS ensuring that all information is kept up to date. Check all documents to ensure all information is correct before processing Provide Clerical support to Senior Despatch Manager. Update and maintain the booking spreadsheet.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209808395/Administrator/apply?sid=9e61965b-e7c4-4223-a8cf-3be5e68aa2ac

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Your Application has been sent


06/04/2019: APPLICATION: Site Management Team - Admin Assistant NHS Jobs

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/appform2/10833428e19532525b4da29749f7c32c/?vac_ref=915525464

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/appform2/8cc7e13147655255169af78b090491e4/?vac_ref=915525464

Job reference: 356-19-1597096 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-177-983-047


06/04/2019: APPLICATION: Administration Assistant HU10 6ED Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1999172

You should have word processing/keyboard skills of RSA Stage II or its equivalent (e.g. VDU inputting experience) together with good communications and customer service skills. Knowledge of the Trust Lorenzo system would be an advantage. You should be able to work accurately within given deadlines under supervision. There is a moderate amount of physical activity required in this post. As part of this structured development role, you will commit to a learning and development programme that will be part of your working day.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1999172

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/8fda0dd20366cbe8044c6cb6202fb823/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915525063

Job reference: 338-5432-19 Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-178-014-049

05/04/2019: INTERVIEW: Web Officer Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust 10:30 Alderson House HRI

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1919161

relating to working on http://www.hull.nhs.uk and http://www.joinhullhospitals.co.uk and my skills: good quality conversational interview http://jobs.hey.nhs.uk/job/UK/East_Yorkshire/Hull/Hull_East_Yorkshire_Hospitals_NHS_Trust/Web_Content_Management/Web_Content_Management-v1623380?ref=UniversalJobMatch&

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/search_vacancy

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915507655

I did not get the job because they employed someone with knowledge of the NHS as a corporate body and who had strong technical understanding of Wordpress. Of the four there were two strong candidates including that person, but they would hope to hear from me again in applying. I said it was an interesting interview conversation.


05/04/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist Find a Job NHS Jobs

Duties will include performing reception duties, booking appointments, inviting patients to clinics, chaperoning, referrals to specialist services, recording patient information, alerting clinical staff to outstanding data requirements and assisting in clinical audits. You should ideally have an understanding of the General Practice environment and excellent communication skills. A good standard of general education, GCSE or equivalent Maths and English Language are essential together with IT skills and the ability to work under pressure.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1991768

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915520355

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/e5d0b34261045348efacdc0e5c257b1e/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915520355

Job reference: 810-CH2673 Employer: City Health Care Partnership CIC Application reference: AR-177-982-933


05/04/2019: APPLICATION: Day Shift - Administrator CV Library Brook Street UK

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209808510/Day-Shift-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=a957240f-f54b-4795-8e24-a67ba8c2b5f8

General administration duties Providing accurate notes for the Despatch department Maintain the loading of orders on to FOPS ensuring that all information is kept up to date. Check all documents to ensure all information is correct before processing Provide Clerical support to Senior Despatch Manager. Update and maintain the booking spreadsheet. Develop communication with sales and production personnel across the site ensuring clear channels of communication and sharing of appropriate information. Cross checking weight sheets to ensure all details are correct. Answer incoming calls and deal with any queries in the absence of the Senior Despatch Manager. Key skills: Use of Excel and Microsoft packages Work well in a team environment Good eye to detail Good IT skills Experience required; Previous administration experience Previous despatch experience would be beneficial but not essential.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209808510/Day-Shift-Administrator/apply?sid=a957240f-f54b-4795-8e24-a67ba8c2b5f8

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Your Application has been sent


04/04/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist Find a Job willerby manor hotel

you will be working on busy hotel reception as part of a well run team .

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1982596

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


04/04/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Advisor Find a Job Search Consultancy LTD

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1932480

As a Customer Service Advisor you will be speaking with customers and discussing their financial situation including monthly income and expenditure. Great understanding and empathy are key to success as a customer service advisor here.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1932480

http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=bWVnYW4uY2hpdHR5LjA5ODUzLjEwNjMzQHNlYXJjaC5hcGxpdHJhay5jb20

No opportunity for cover note.

(Req/517888) Kingston Upon Hull, England Thank you for submitting your application.

03/04/2019: INTERVIEW CONFIRMATION: Web Officer Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust 10:30 Friday 5 April Alderson House HRI

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1919161

(Know how to edit and manage websites? Understand the difference between CMS and CSS? Your job will be to keep our staff intranet site and our external websites (www.hull.nhs.uk and www.joinhullhospitals.co.uk) up-to-date)

http://jobs.hey.nhs.uk/job/UK/East_Yorkshire/Hull/Hull_East_Yorkshire_Hospitals_NHS_Trust/Web_Content_Management/Web_Content_Management-v1623380?ref=UniversalJobMatch&

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/search_vacancy/++https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915507655


03/04/2019: APPLICATION: Administration Officer Find a Job Sanctuary Group

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1973536

https://jobs.sanctuary-group.co.uk/job/Hull-Administration-Officer-York-HU2-8DT/523038201/

The role of Administration Officer will include: Delivering, maintaining and monitoring effective and efficient administrative systems Monitoring, managing and answering queries and all other contact from customers, suppliers and contractors Supporting Sanctuary Maintenance by ensuring accurate and timely information is collected, collated, prepared and presented Delivering services to the appropriate KPI’s and service standards, responding effectively and efficiently, working to deadlines and targets Skills and experience: Proven experience of working in a similar administrative role within a customer focused environment Some experience of producing and analysing statistical information would be advantageous Team player with the ability to also work independently and use your own initiative Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Word & Excel (or similar) Proven experience of working to deadlines with the ability to prioritise your own workload

https://career5.successfactors.eu/portalcareer?_s.crb=UN48xlY%252fdkf7vrkW5NKqUL1%252bq28%253d

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I worked well at a customer drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

Today I further use ICT software including Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

When facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise. Also I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a timetable).

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner.

https://career5.successfactors.eu/portalcareer?_s.crb=UN48xlY%252fdkf7vrkW5NKqUL1%252bq28%253d

Your application has been received. Thank you.


03/04/2019: APPLICATION: Admin - Account Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/account-assistant-job-application

Example Job Action: updating the client directly ensuring the client is informed to developments. Your focus and approach should be proactive/attentive of client's needs, through positive communication about their plans, as well as keeping them abreast of progress on existing tasks this job will also involve meeting clients on location Strong IT skills Microsoft Office general web apps · Strong communication skills · reliability · flexibility · driving licence

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Strong communication skills come from education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I am flexible regarding hours and tasking. In my customer service role I was down for 50% part time but often came in for more and worked in morning, afternoon and evening sessions. I have worked on varieties of tasks at once.

I drive my car with a full clean licence for car and motorcyle.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


02/04/2019: APPLICATION: Marketing Sales Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/marketing-sales-assistant-job-application

· flexibility to meet client and business demands · an outgoing, patient and calm nature, even under pressure Job Skills · Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel

I have taught Business Studies and this has included marketing, which has remained relevant in the promotion of websites and media productions with which I have been involved.

On a number of occasions I have attended national Unicoms (Unitarian Communicators) gatherings in which I have learnt how to conduct Internet publicity, radio interviews, press releases and poster design, and have tackled focussed marketing of a specifically identified client group.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


02/04/2019: APPLICATION: Data Processor Zettria

http://zettria.com/data-processor-job-application

· telephone work · Administration including filing, photocopying, scanning and archiving Job Skills · Data entry · Positive attitude · IT skills · Reliability · Flexibility

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online, for which I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines that far exceeds the qualifications.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I retain Ph.D level ability to analyse data and have taught as well as composed report writing. I have handled both qualitative and quantitative data for my and departmental analysis and I can do this with creative online ICT use.

Classifying and cataloguing meant I would summary read medical material and give it a classification and then enter this into a database. I have also recorded data into spreadsheets and made reports, this within a team and prioritising.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

Today I further use ICT software including Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


02/04/2019: APPLICATION: Aministrator [sic] Find a Job sodexo

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1975120

General administration duties. Manage room booking system. Record and order stationary Management of all document transmittals. Creating P&ID drawing folders. Scanning engineer documents. Scanning and searching drawings/documents. Arranging and Liaising with client regarding the newsletter and other things needed. Coordinating with the team and the media guy.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1975120

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

From time to time I generated resources both online and in reprographics within educational and training work.

I am well capable - with the necessary all-round literacy and artistic skills - of updating websites and reviewing their content as clear, essential and concise: removing verbosity and also irrelevant material that irritates readers looking for clarity.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

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01/04/2019: APPLICATION: from Admin Assistant on to: Customer Service Advisor in http://zettria.com/data-processor-job-application [via its drop down box - it does not have its own webpage].

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background. I have the skills by which I design and write a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

From time to time I generated resources both online and in reprographics within educational and training work.

Today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


01/04/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator/care officer

Just Added CV Library Castle Recruitment Solutions

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209613488/Administrator-care-officer?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=fc658466-1b65-42b3-b3d8-ceef6948ef59

Objective: To provide administrative support to the Home in respect of day to day operations. Liaise with Head Office personnel on administrative issues at group level. Person Specification: Basic PC experience – typing/word/excel and Outlook Express, SAGE experience preferred but training be provided. Good interpersonal skills. Professional, confident, caring, enthusiastic. Punctual and reliable.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209613488/Administrator-care-officer/apply?sid=fc658466-1b65-42b3-b3d8-ceef6948ef59

Do you have experience in Administration Yes

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

From time to time I generated resources both online and in reprographics within educational and training work.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

I have lectured, presented and preached to academic and quite ordinary wide-ranging audiences.

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01/04/2019: APPLICATION: Administrative Assistant Zettria

http://zettria.com/Administrative-Assistant-job-application

Job Responsibilities · Writing and dispatching letters & emails · Arranging case sign up documentation · Undertaking any other tasks/duties as may be reasonably required Job Skills · Microsoft Office · reliability · flexibility

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

Today I further use ICT software including Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

http://zettria.com/zettria-current-jobs


Showing Jobs searching 18/03/2019 to 31/03/2019; Number of listed applications is 31.


31/03/2019: APPLICATION: Sales Report Processor/Administrator CV Library The Personal Finance Centre

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209753695/Sales-Report-Processor-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=1f71b803-191d-4a8e-9012-c545cc835a86

Accuracy and attention to detail Good organisational and administrative skills Good computer and keyboard skills An ability to work under pressure and to deadlines An ability to work independently and as a team Quick to learn Proactive Excellent communication skills Be able to multitask Be enthusiastic and dependable Be focused and goal oriented with an ability to achieve targets...this role is part of our back-office team

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209753695/Sales-Report-Processor-Administrator/apply?sid=1f71b803-191d-4a8e-9012-c545cc835a86

Do you have experience coping with pressure of meeting deadlines Yes Do you have previous sales processing experience No Do you have previous sales support experience No

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

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31/03/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator CV Library Romax Solutions Ltd

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209758687/Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=1f71b803-191d-4a8e-9012-c545cc835a86

Skills: Proficient with MS Office- Excel, Outlook and other common administrative programmes Organisational skills, excellent written and verbal communication skills. preferable experience with procurement activities

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209758687/Administrator/apply?sid=1f71b803-191d-4a8e-9012-c545cc835a86

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

Teacher training and teaching itself involved organising pupils and students in various activities and making sure objectives were met by all.

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30/03/2019: APPLICATION: First Line Analyst Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1962189

We’re looking for a First Line Analyst who is ready to work with our remarkable people in a busy teaching hospital environment. The successful candidate(s) will be able to communicate not only with technical staff but is someone who can adapt their style so the customer doesn’t need google translate to work out what you’re saying! You’ll love working in a team but also know how to take responsibility and make things happen.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1962189

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/d240f266d75dbce1e0a5aad0ebc627c8/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915516372

Job reference: 356-19-1622231 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-177-780-787


30/03/2019: APPLICATION: Administration Assistant Rank House, Park Street, Hull HU2 8TD. NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1961247

Applicants will be expected to have previous experience of working in a busy environment and be able to display a high standard of communication, organisational and interpersonal skills. Applicants should be self-motivated and a committed team player with the ability to work individually. The ability to prioritise workloads, maintain flexibility in response to change and a proactive approach to work is important; as is the ability to maintain a calm, positive attitude and use of initiative when dealing with unexpected situations.

++https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1961247

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915516475

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/fbbe769c2c6bddbcb6a43290167db7fd/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915516475

Job reference: 338-5382A-19 Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-177-780-867


29/03/2019: APPLICATION: Estimator Find a Job Quaeritis Group

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1958012

Candidate must have: *An interest (and preferably experience) in manufacturing *Excellent attention to detail and organisational skills *Good writing and maths skills *Proficient IT skills *Excellent communication skills and ability to work well in a busy environment *Positive attitude and a drive to secure contracts for the company

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1958012

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

My literacy and numeracy are at a levels of thesis and novel writing, and ability to handle quantitative data.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


29/03/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator CV Library Randstad CPE

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209761511/Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=8fbf0d0d-b013-4793-a7aa-02ba79d8cc2d

Your Responsibilities Include: * Answer telephone * Taking appropriate message and or providing information to callers or individuals that visit the project * Managing and organising documents though a EDMS * Office Administration

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209761511/Administrator/apply?sid=8fbf0d0d-b013-4793-a7aa-02ba79d8cc2d

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

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28/03/2019: APPLICATION: Deliver Driver Find a Job Jhoots Chemist Limited

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1950755

1. Report to branch assigned, at the start of the day; a. Check all deliveries with pharmacist in charge b. Check that addresses are legible before leaving c. Map out route before leaving 2. A signature must be received for all deliveries. Deliveries should not be put through a letter box and may only be left with a neighbour with written procedures 3. Deliveries not received by patient must be brought back to the pharmacy and brought to the attention of the pharmacist 4. Read and understand pharmacy’s standard operating procedures 5. All drivers are to ensure they use the logbook for every medication delivered. 6. Any scripts not ready from the surgery should be informed by the drivers to person checking the audit sheets i.e. reason why script isn’t ready and when it will be ready to pick up 7. Ensure to collect any prescription payments from patients – there should be a ‘to pay’ sticker attached to any prescriptions that are to pay. 8. Money should then be handed over to the shop supervisors using the OTC to pay book 9. Delivery service may be shared between branches"

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1950755

I drive my car with a full clean licence for car and motorcyle.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

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28/03/2019: APPLICATION: Control Clerk Find a Job Britannia Hotels LTD

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1949946

The successful candidate will have excellent attention to detail, prioritise their work effectively, work well towards strict deadlines and have excellent numerical and communication skills.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1949946

My emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy came from research work of designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and arranging qualitative data for my own research.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


27/03/2019: APPLICATION: Office Administrator Just Added CV Library Office Angels

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209753835/Office-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=ca8f58c9-47d5-4147-95c3-3648cc28ef24

Do you have a flair for Excel and experience in pivot tables? Can you juggle a busy admin role and have great attention to detail? Duties will include but not exhaust booking travel, accommodation for team members? Updating CRM system and first point of contact for all incoming enquiries? Experience in navigating and creating Power Point presentations.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209753835/Office-Administrator/apply?sid=ca8f58c9-47d5-4147-95c3-3648cc28ef24

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

From time to time I generated resources both online and in reprographics within educational and training work.

I possess and have used Gantt project organising software.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

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27/03/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator Just Added CV Library NRL

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209755611/Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=b5a2be83-f8dd-4fb4-a02f-7c3f4f44c184

- The role would be to assist our mechanical manager with the development of work installation trackers in Excel format. - The Role will require a good, if not excellent understanding in Excel, to ensure that once the template is in place, all of the data which the mechanical manager develops, can be inputted by this person alone. - The role will also require marked up paper copy drawings to be scanned and filed accurately on the site Servers.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209755611/Administrator/apply?sid=b5a2be83-f8dd-4fb4-a02f-7c3f4f44c184

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

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26/03/2019: APPLICATION: Support Secretary Hull Royal Infirmary, Hull, HU3 2JZ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1933714

This is a demanding role, working to tight deadlines. Excellent communication skills as well as organisational skills with the ability to work well under pressure are also required.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1933714

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915508999

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/cad59507ee472cafc6604baf1e2251a4/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915508999

Job reference: 356-19-1635382 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-177-649-015


26/03/2019: APPLICATION: Medical Receptionist HULL, HU3 5QE Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1933544

...experienced data administrator/receptionist within our business. Experience is preferred but training can be given to the right applicant. Administration To have a thorough knowledge of all Practice procedures. To work in accordance of written protocols Pulling/filing notes for any clinicians as necessary Filing and retrieving paperwork from the post into medical records as necessary Fax and photocopy as requested Reception Receiving patients consulting with members of Practice team Handing completed repeat prescriptions to patient and checking names and address. Taking messages and passing on information Be able to cover all reception position as necessary. Ability to handle telephone enquiries in a professional and caring manner In communication, ability to assess any given situation and to respond in the appropriate manner, with a high degree of tact, diplomacy and confidentiality Ability to organise and prioritise work, and to adhere to deadlines and targets Ability to handle information securely and confidentially Ability to work cooperatively as part of a team Good general education with demonstrable ability in Mathematics and English Language desirable.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1933544

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915509665

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

Lesson preparation was an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine I compiled was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

The magazine was designed with advice from blind people supporting charities: thus Trebuchet MS at point 12, and without columns, and not fully justified, with care about pastoral coloured backgrounds.

I have lectured, presented and preached to academic and quite ordinary wide-ranging audiences.

As part of administrative experience I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

I understand and have had experience of both commercial (spreadsheet program workings) and pastoral (church) forms of confidentiality (and where confidentiality is denied, as in aspects of teaching).

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/fc1d53cd21c06dc3fad52535b56f3c59/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915509665

Job reference: J180-REC-ADM0319 Employer: Central Advertising - General Practitioners Application reference: AR-177-649-213

26/03/2019: ACTION: HR Advisor Cottingham Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1938814

Professional integrity and an ability to maintain the utmost confidentiality is essential to the role. Evidence of continuous professional development Demonstrable working knowledge of computer systems such as Word, Excel, Email, Power point, Delivering sustainable results Excellent verbal and written communication skills Attention to detail and accuracy

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1938814

https://m.hays.co.uk/search/?q=&stat=e&Job=&location=&specialismId=&subSpecialismId=&locationf=&industryf=&sortType=0&jobType=-1&payTypefacet=-1&minPay=0&maxPay=11&jobSource=HaysGCJ

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25/03/2019: APPLICATION: Support Secretary HU3 2JZ Find a Job Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1929290

This is a demanding role, working to tight deadlines. Excellent communication skills as well as organisational skills with the ability to work well under pressure are also required.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1929290

http://jobs.hey.nhs.uk/job/UK/East_Yorkshire/Hull/Hull_East_Yorkshire_Hospitals_NHS_Trust/Department_Elderly_Medicine/Department_Elderly_Medicine-v1635382?ref=UniversalJobMatch&

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915495887

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

Research work meant designing and executing quantifiable data in retrievable form for the department and qualitative data for my own research and therefore emphasis on quality, relevance and accuracy.

Excellent telephone manner has been pursued for data collecting and parents interviewing with a focus of patient respect for the individual at the other end of the line.

Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

Of course I saw the connection between what happened by telephone and outcomes.

My literacy and numeracy have been tested at different times (e.g. during teacher training) and my literacy is at a level of thesis and novel writing, with my numeracy able to handle quantitative data.

As Steering Committee Secretary of the Sea of Faith Network I took the minutes, organised meetings and was involved in diary management; and in voluntary church work I have often taken the minutes of meetings.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/1fe4cc8c5bdce71e9763d549a8b71860/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915495887

Job reference: 356-19-1620057 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-177-604-921


25/03/2019: APPLICATION: Administration Clerk Hedon, Hull Find a Job Holderness Lets Limited

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1928137

We are looking for an enthusiastic person to join our small team working from our office in Hedon and occasionally our office in Withernsea. Experience within the lettings industry would be an advantage but is not essential. Candidates must have their own transport as there will be times when you will be out of the office.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1928137

Offered is direct experience of administration in offices and administrative support elsewhere, with fluency in broad and creative ICT use, including online.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

I drive my car with a full clean licence for car and motorcyle.

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24/03/2019: APPLICATION: Quality Administrator CV Library Arlington Moore Search & Selection Ltd

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209733872/Quality-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=017c8bc5-1c7e-4e78-9c73-b391e8bf188a

High organised with the ability to manage a number of projects at the same time Ability to prioritise own workload Strong communication skills Well versed in IT skills for example Microsoft Office Suite An administrative, customer service or quality admin background Must be detail oriented

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209733872/Quality-Administrator/apply?sid=017c8bc5-1c7e-4e78-9c73-b391e8bf188a

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

Strong communication skills come from telephone use, education work and website/ magazine writing.

I attended Unicoms (Unitarian Communications) weekends training in 2016 and 2017 regarding press releases, radio presentation, posters, website management and presentation. I was compiler and writer of Hull Unitarian Magazine - my work in this regard is on my website at http://www.pluralist.co.uk.

My website began in 1998 and reached 1800 .HTML and .PDF pages - I write HTML in a dedicated text editor. I also blog. My Facebook page announces, the blog describes and reasons, and the website has the content.

Lesson preparation has been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical. The magazine was similar, in collapsing complex historical and religious points into an easy to read format. I also paid attention to visual material, producing much of it myself with a variety of art programs.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background. I have the skills by which I designed and wrote a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

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24/03/2019: APPLICATION: Experienced Office Administrator Find a Job Horsebox Supplies Limited

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1920764

The role involves all aspects of running a busy office for a manufacturing company – answering the telephone, taking orders, managing stock, processing all of the paperwork involved for both sales and purchases from orders to invoice using Sage 50, keeping production advised of orders, arranging collection and deliveries and credit control. We are currently in the process of rebuilding our website to have a shop and we also have an ebay shop so a knowledge of these would be useful but full training will be given to the successful candidate.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1920764

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I have trained employees in document storage and retrieval, finding a best method for the firm (SGS Redwood Services) and introducing a broader understanding of ICT use across all abilities.

I have used MS Powerpoint and equivalents in education work, to provide illustrative bullet points direction to lessons and presentations.

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

From time to time I generated resources both online and in reprographics within educational and training work.

As well as using MS Office and equivalents, today I further use ICT software including including Audacity sound recording and editing, Libre Office, Kalendar, social media including blogging, art and image programs, email, scanning equipment, novel writing software and PDF creation and manipulation.

I have hand coded websites from scratch using XHTML and some XML and shown people in small shops and charities demonstations of use, how to maintain them and develop them further. I have shown how to integrate website use with other creative software. I have used File Transfer Protocol.

My website http://www.pluralist.co.uk has existed since 1998 and is now with its own URL and on a paid webspace.

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23/03/2019: APPLICATION: Payroll Administrator

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/payroll-administrator-grimsby-en-GB_3498976?q=HR%20Administrator&location=Hull,%20UK&applyId=JOB_1990137&jobSource=HaysGCJ&isSponsored=N&specialismId=&subSpecialismId=&jobName=projects/mineral-balm-174308/jobs/116680845265117894&lang=en

...basic payroll knowledge, excellent attention to detail, ability to deal with people, act proactively and good communication skills.

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Payroll Administrator (Ref: 3498976)


23/03/2019: APPLICATION: HR Administrator Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1923006

Excellent organisation skills Can prioritise workload effectively Sensitivity and Confidentiality around HR Issues Can-do attitude Ability to prioritise

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1923006

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HR Administrator

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/apply/details?q=HR+Administrator&jobName=projects%2Fmineral-balm-174308%2Fjobs%2F130868921298232006&applyId=JOB_1991569&jobSource=HaysGCJ&specialismId=&location=Hull%2C+UK&subSpecialismId=&lang=en

Experience within a HR Admin role is preferred Able to present information in forms, tables and spreadsheets Good proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word and SAGE HR Able to deliver effective results, meet tight deadlines and targets Excellent communication skills both written and verbal

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of HR Administrator (Ref: 3543338)


22/03/2019: APPLICATION: Web Officer Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1919161

Know how to edit and manage websites? Understand the difference between CMS and CSS? Your job will be to keep our staff intranet site and our external websites (www.hull.nhs.uk and www.joinhullhospitals.co.uk) up-to-date

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1919161

http://jobs.hey.nhs.uk/job/UK/East_Yorkshire/Hull/Hull_East_Yorkshire_Hospitals_NHS_Trust/Web_Content_Management/Web_Content_Management-v1623380?ref=UniversalJobMatch&

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/search_vacancy

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915507655

Regarding experience, and transferable skills, I have the following evidence:

I am well capable - with the necessary all-round literacy and artistic skills - of updating websites and reviewing their content as clear, essential and concise: removing verbosity and also irrelevant material that irritates readers looking for clarity.

My website http://www.pluralist.co.uk has existed since 1998 and is now with its own URL and on a paid webspace.

I have produced websites through HTML and CSS assisted coding with some plugged-in javascript in a disciplined, limited but effective manner. I code to 800 by 600 so that every browser sees the result without horizontal scrolling. I try to use limited and often complementary colours. The result should not be too 'heavy' in terms of downloading. Pages that must appear the same, or become documents like guides and reports, are provided as .PDF pages, including sheet music. Other documents include .XML for music composing, .MID for basic music, and MP3 for complex music. My latest website was Hull's Creative Learning Centre, a collection of voluntary bodies and individuals that use the space of Chamberlain House in Hull, and the related website for Hull Folk Club, although these have since been altered by others.

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.I have RSA III in Word Processing and RSA III in Text Processing.

Database entry took place after classifying materials by summary reading, this was a bespoke application and in the NHS for two of its libraries.

I make .PDF files directly and by 'printing' to file processes. I also combine documents to make long documents with images.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for email attachments or posting; document scanning, copying, making into PDFs, and storage indexing; database entry and maintenance; and spreadsheet entry and report producing.

I have worked as part of a team for example in collaborative teaching and in committee work inside education and for planning voluntary work activities. In administration team work meant sharing tasks and prioritising in a co-ordinated manner. I have also worked alone according to initiative, such as with website creation and maintenance.

I have prioritised with gathering data (a steady stream of work) and producing reports (to a customer timetable). Also when facing the necessities of lesson planning, assessment, marking and evaluation, along with resource building for the future, training, website additions and meetings, it became necessary to prioritise.

During training with KCL Training Ltd Hessle for a City and Guilds 726 (NVQ level II) IT I had a work placement at Castle Hill Hospital Hull dealing with ICT systems telephone enquiries.

I worked well at a customer service drop-in centre arrangement, introducing adult students to computers and study skills, and enhanced learning through specific individual treatments.

I have received people into the office space and answered telephone calls from enquirers in an office setting.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

Lesson preparation had been an exercise in simplification of complex concepts, teaching at A level in particular, and being proactive and methodical.

I have a keen analytical mind based on years of training to Ph.D and MA levels in different subjects, with research methods employed, but also through an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and gi