Looking for Jobs in 2019

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Showing Jobs searching 01/04/2019 to 15/04/2019; Number of listed applications is 30.


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.

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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.

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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

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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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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

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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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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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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.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


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.

Your Application has been sent


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.

Your Application has been sent


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.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


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.

Your Application has been sent


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.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


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 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/fb62cd4c69f39dbbfe4a4b7649215723/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915507655

Job reference: 356-19-1623380 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-177-528-113


22/03/2019: APPLICATION: Clerical Officer HU3 2JZ (But Castle Hill) Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1916913

Your daily duties may include booking patient appointments, answering phone calls, responding to emails and collecting patient case notes. 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/1916913

http://jobs.hey.nhs.uk/job/UK/East_Yorkshire/Hull/Hull_East_Yorkshire_Hospitals_NHS_Trust/Patient_Administraiton/Patient_Administraiton-v1581800?ref=UniversalJobMatch&

on to https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915506780

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.

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 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/dbf2a0dec389e40b2791f581d871fd06/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915506780

Job reference: 356-19-1581800 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-177-528-495


21/03/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator CV Library Kingston upon Hull Fortem Solutions Limited

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209613213/Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=fe65f82a-778f-4a88-a94a-833ebd4289f0

• Excellent telephone manner • Professional approach • Good communication skills (Both written and verbal) • Strong attention to detail • Proven, solid administration skills • Organised and efficient • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel) • Previous experience of office working • Positive work ethic

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209613213/Administrator/apply?sid=fe65f82a-778f-4a88-a94a-833ebd4289f0

Application form online filled in and no separate cover note required.

https://www.fortem.co.uk/apply/?jobId=PU2FK026203F3VBQB8N6GV4G9-12996&langCode=en_GB


21/03/2019: APPLICATION: Administration Assistant Find a Job NHS Jobs - Bransholme Health Centre

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1898199

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/apply/07d36adc1628434c2f8c7fdf706406ee/?vac_ref=915500118

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.

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.

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 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/3a2b3ce1a603d237d69c03f1bd848786/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915500118

Job reference: 810-CH2656 Employer: City Health Care Partnership CIC Application reference: AR-177-480-519


20/03/2019: APPLICATION: HR Advisor Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1848743

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/1848743

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_1995085?jobSource=findajob

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)


19/03/2019: 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


19/03/2019: 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


19/03/2019: 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


19/03/2019: APPLICATION: Administration Assistant HU8 0RB Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1890053

to deal with enquiries from patients, staff and other agencies in a variation of methods. ...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

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1890053

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915499262

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.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 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 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/931c7c7981ef306d19c5b2adeb8d9580/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915499262

Job reference: 338-S5160C Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-177-405-003


18/03/2019: APPLICATION: Operational Support Administrator Find a Job Hull College This is a Blue Octopus Recruitment Ltd vacancy

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209690377/Operational-Support-Administrator-HCUK79388?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=39188046-bde9-4d07-b6a2-8117f762898b

We are now looking to recruit an Operational Support Administrator to join us to assist the apprenticeship operational support team with the delivery of direct delivery and partnership delivery contracts, by ensuring an effective and efficient administration service is provided. The role requires data inputting/amendments of new and existing apprentices of HCUK Training, handling personal information and supporting our delivery partners with queries and data compliance as well as maintaining strong working relationships with all stakeholders offering exceptional customer service and support where necessary.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209690377/Operational-Support-Administrator-HCUK79388/apply?sid=39188046-bde9-4d07-b6a2-8117f762898b

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.

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 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.

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.

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.

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18/03/2019: 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


18/03/2019: 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


18/03/2019: APPLICATION: Accounts Administrator Find a Job Arlington Moore Search & Selection Ltd

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209691319/Accounts-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=39188046-bde9-4d07-b6a2-8117f762898b

Working with spreadsheets, and journals Assistance with accounts receivable and accounts payable Managing petty cash transactions Following and using accounts systems Processing invoices and expense forms Providing administrative support to the team Computer literate with an aptitude for numbers Basic understanding of bookkeeping and accountancy procedures Strong communication skills

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209691319/Accounts-Administrator/apply?sid=39188046-bde9-4d07-b6a2-8117f762898b

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 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.

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.

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17/03/2019: APPLICATION: Office Coordinator - Shipping CV Library Ragged Edge

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209691550/Office-Coordinator-Shipping?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=cdf782da-5b8e-49a5-9dd0-4ae5f0d85c06

Kestrel are seeking an Office Coordinator to join their team and aid in the structure and running of their service provision. This is a clerical role, based in their Hessle office - the ideal candidate will be vital in providing all administration support. Duties include but are not restricted to -• Creating vessel pro-formas • Completing cargo reconciliation • Invoice generating • Invoice reconciliation • Being the first point of contact - face to face, telephone or electronically • Customs processes knowledge & implementation • All basic office administration duties This role is the first of its kind, an opportunity to develop and establish a strong clerical service and be the 'anchor' for the operational team. You must be experienced within administration, be confident with all Microsoft Package applications, understand the operations of shipping/logistics and be willing to work hard to develop and support a growing business.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209691550/Office-Coordinator-Shipping/apply?sid=cdf782da-5b8e-49a5-9dd0-4ae5f0d85c06

http://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209691550/Office-Coordinator-Shipping/apply/external

Form filled in and no separate cover note required.

Office Coordinator - Shipping Thank you, your application has been processed.


17/03/2019: APPLICATION: Care Coordinator HU3 5JX Find a Job Hales Group Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1877843

• Planning and allocating Care Workers to Service Users, managing their workload, adhering to Hales Group policies and principles and legislation relating to Working Time Regulations • Answering and monitoring incoming telephone calls • Liaising with and providing support to Senior Carers /Supervisors working within allocated area • Responsible for all data input relating to specified area as changes occur

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1877843

https://www.applythis.net/?a=11D87AD81.0

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.

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.

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 for Care Coordinator (CCO-Hull). Thank you for applying today. Your application has been passed on.


16/03/2019: APPLICATION: Senior Administration Assistant HU10 6ED Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1880040

The ideal candidate will be highly organised and have great attention to detail with previous experience in learning administration and customer service. The role will involve significant use of learning management systems therefore experience of using IT systems and confidence in using IT applications is essential. Excellent customer service skills and experience are required along with a commitment to delivering services at a high standard.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1880040

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915497826

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.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 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 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.

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 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/4cfb3a4bc4a735f73e75bd97959d5bb3/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915497826

Job reference: 338-5407-19 Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-177-306-861


16/03/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist HU1 3SA Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1880086

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/1880086

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915496058

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 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.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 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.

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.

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.

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/eea46976cece5ab1c9d8f95acc45bd3a/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915496058

Job reference: 810-CH2638 Employer: City Health Care Partnership CIC Application reference: AR-177-306-763


15/03/2019: APPLICATION: Quality & Risk Administrator HU3 2JZ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1872279

...responsible for diary management for the Senior Management Team, undertaking general administration tasks such as preparing meeting papers, taking minutes, organising meetings, requesting notes and placing orders. 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 and DATIX.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1872279

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915496035

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 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 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.

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.

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.

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/f5d8ece831698f62d1fec75f70ae6388/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915496035

Job reference: 356-19-1617180 Employer: Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-177-275-565


15/03/2019: APPLICATION: Port Cooridinator [sic] (£8.50/ hr) Find a Job Bailey Employment Services Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1873448

No qualifications required.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1873448

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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14/03/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Advisor Find a Job Search Consultancy LTD

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1862588

...talking to people who have real problems, those who are experiencing financial difficulties and need your help to get things back on track.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1862588

http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=ZmFpdGguaGF5LjA5NzU2LjEwNjMzQHNlYXJjaC5hcGxpdHJhay5jb20

Form filled in and no separate cover note required.

Thank you for submitting your application.


14/03/2019: APPLICATION: Casual Driver/Activity Coordinator Find a Job Sight Support Hull & East Yorkshire

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1867392

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1867392

• Drive a minibus to collect attendees of the Day Groups. • Help serve lunches and refreshments. • Devise, organise and participate in afternoon activities. • Complete daily vehicle checks and records. We are looking for someone with: • Excellent driving skills with previous experience of driving a mini bus. • Clean driving license • Good communication skills. • Previous experience of working with people with visual impairment is desirable but full training will be given.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1867392

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

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. 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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13/03/2019: APPLICATION: Telecommunications Officer Find a Job HU3 2JZ NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1855419

A full time position is available on the main Switchboard and Helpdesk at Castle Hill Hospital. ...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/1855419

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915492473

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

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 desig 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 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.

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.

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.

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.

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/fe1fd7c56c9d80114c043a22db090d4e/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915492473

Job reference: 356-19-1609117 Employer: Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-177-190-361


13/03/2019: APPLICATION: Project Liaison Officer Find a Job Essential Employment Ltd

...proactively gather and record information and data regarding privately rented accommodation... The successful candidate will use social media and the internet to record advertisements.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1860844

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1860844

https://www.essentialemploy.co.uk/job/project-liaison-officer-3

Form filled in and no separate cover note required.


12/03/2019: APPLICATION: Sales Administrator CV Library Kingston Recruitment

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209653130/Sales-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=26b56987-70cf-45b4-98b1-c2144d2db776

Good Excel skills required and a strong customer services background.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209653130/Sales-Administrator/apply?sid=26b56987-70cf-45b4-98b1-c2144d2db776

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.

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


12/03/2019: APPLICATION: Legal Secretary Find a Job Dawson Dean Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1848754

Dealing with clients on the telephone, in person and by email. Preparing letters and documents from digital dictation Assisting in file management Producing letters, deeds, agreements, forms and other documents Good word processing and audio typing ability.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1848754

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.

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.


12/03/2019: APPLICATION: Bookkeeper Dawson Dean Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1848753

The ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines and respect confidentiality is essential.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1848753

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.


11/03/2019: APPLICATION: Driving Find a Job MBCi Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1839459

Full training will be given as you will be driving many variations of passenger car's and light commercial vehicles, checking vehicle specifications against the job card allocated to the vehicle.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1839459

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

Available for work immediately, I have a full, clean driving licence and own my own car and can commute.

Ability to work to agreed deadlines, targets and objectives with organising skills has been a feature of my work, in education and administration.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


11/03/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Advisor Find a Job Search Consultancy LTD

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1839821

...Furthermore, 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. 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/1839821

http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=ZmFpdGguaGF5LjgzMjEzLjEwNjMzQHNlYXJjaC5hcGxpdHJhay5jb20

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for submitting your application.


10/03/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator Brough CV Library Hays Construction and Property

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209643140/Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=5db928bc-9729-47ed-b023-c94239a200ee

...maintain and check establishment databases, manual filing systems and logs of information, responding within agreed timescales and producing reports as required, collate information relating to relevant Service Delivery Indicators (SDI’s), act as secretary to meetings as required including organising agenda, taking and , distributing minutes and action points. You must have proven admin experience You must be able to pass the relevant security checks

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209643140/Administrator/apply?sid=5db928bc-9729-47ed-b023-c94239a200ee

Are you able to travel to Brough Yes Do you admin experience Yes Is there any reason you would not pass the Prison clearance No

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.

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.

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.

Your Application has been sent


10/03/2019: APPLICATION: Accounts Assistant CV Library Castle Employment

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209644945/Accounts-Assistant?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=5db928bc-9729-47ed-b023-c94239a200ee

* A good attitude towards work * Ability to prioritise work load * Excellent communication and a good telephone manner

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209644945/Accounts-Assistant/apply?sid=5db928bc-9729-47ed-b023-c94239a200ee

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.

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.

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.

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


09/03/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Support Assistant HU3 2JZ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1838140

The post holder will investigate, diagnose and resolve incidents at first contact wherever possible, or escalating when necessary to a specialist team. There are a wide range of supported systems including PC based client hardware / software and mobile devices, with the objective of restoring normal service as quickly as possible. The successful candidate will have up-to-date skills and qualifications and have experience of working in a Service / Help Desk environment along with knowledge of enterprise desktop, server and network systems and how they interlink.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1838140

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915487417

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

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.

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 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 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 desig 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 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/d51dca7cd1b21f4796961002ded23464/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915487417

Job reference: 356-19-1608709 Employer: Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-177-041-181


09/03/2019: APPLICATION: Control Room Operative / Receptionist HU10 6ED Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1838132

You will commit to a learning and development programme that will be part of your working day. You will learn new skills that will help you develop and give you transferrable skills for your future career. You will study for a Level 2 Apprenticeship in Business Administration/Customer Service

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1838132

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915486946

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 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.

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.

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 desig 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 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/2d17427d1de74c75e9c0b67d40e9997f/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915486946

Job reference: 338-5380-19 Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-177-041-471


08/03/2019: APPLICATION: Support Secretary Find a Job Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1832425

This is a demanding role working to tight deadlines. Excellent communication skills as well as organisational skills together with the ability to work well under pressure are also required. A good general education

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1832425

http://jobs.hey.nhs.uk/job/UK/East_Yorkshire/HULL/Hull_East_Yorkshire_Hospitals_NHS_Trust/Endocrinology_Diabetes/Endocrinology_Diabetes-v1598501?ref=UniversalJobMatch&

on to:

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915487418

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 desig 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 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.

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.

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.

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.

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/26562b0871c1175673f126afc9740a82/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915487418

Job reference: 356-19-1598501 Employer: Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-177-011-835


08/03/2019: APPLICATION: Scan4Safety Coordinator £17,787 HU3 2JZ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1829782

If you want to work in a dynamic, fast paced environment where you are required to work as part of a team which will be working across both hospital sites, then this could be the right job for you! The teams will be focussing on understanding the patient journey, setting the data up, and making sure that the processes reflect the patient journey. Then once each area is fully trained and implemented we will start to review and capture the benefits. Your eye for detail will enable you to spot when you feel something isn’t as expected or requires further investigation and you will need to be comfortable to be around the theatres and surgical teams as this will form part of your working environment. Your role will be to ensure that everything is chased, completed, closed and opened - as appropriate. Therefore you will require tenacity and good persuasion skills, and have a method of working which means that you don’t forget. The interview process will take the form of an assessment centre whereby you will be given exercises and possibly scenario’s and asked to put together details based on information which will be provided. There will also be an interview.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1829782

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915485854

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

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.

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 have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website desig 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 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.

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.

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.

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/7f6b05f148998e4014bc6f9171bf5f2d/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915485854

Job reference: 356-19-1587503 Employer: Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-177-012-293


07/03/2019: APPLICATION: Purchasing Administrator CV Library Edwards & Pearce

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209627491/Purchasing-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=66b4d01b-83c0-4f8d-b2d3-6713262b5aa7

-Competent in the use of Microsoft Office -Confident and articulate personality

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209627491/Purchasing-Administrator/apply?sid=66b4d01b-83c0-4f8d-b2d3-6713262b5aa7

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.

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.

Your Application has been sent


07/03/2019: APPLICATION: Production Planning Administrator CV Library Gi Group

• A proven administration background required • Outgoing and confident personality, with excellent customer service skills

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209629719/Production-Planning-Administrator/apply?sid=66b4d01b-83c0-4f8d-b2d3-6713262b5aa7

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


06/03/2019: APPLICATION: Purchase to Pay Administrator HU10 6ED Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1812204

The successful applicant will have good interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to build relationships with internal and external parties. You will be proactive in your approach, take care of detail and produce accurate information working independently to tight deadlines.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1812204

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 desig 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 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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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/2cd32fbe86f492ffa2cfd3dae8f70b34/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915481703

Job reference: 338-5379-19 Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-176-928-641


06/03/2019: APPLICATION: Document Control Assistant Find a Job NRL Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1814644

Document Control – issue, receive and track all documentation relative to the Project Issue documents and ensure transmittals are issued and signed off as required Receive documents and distribute them to the relative individuals / teams Track issued documentation to ensure responses are received from third parties in line with contract timescales Ensure responses to documents received are issued in line with contract timescales Assist the site commercial team Ensure documents received are entered into excel spreadsheets and timescale are tracked Ensure documents are filed electronically and by hard copy if required Maintaining document registers in general, specifically PO registers and change control registers. Assist the current site admin team

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1814644

https://www.aptrack.co/uap/AAAFeAAPVnwACABd/++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.

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.

Your application for Document Control Assistant has been successfully recorded and awaits processing.


06/03/2019: 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


05/03/2019: 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


05/03/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Advisor Find a Job Search Consultancy Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1802230

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. ...Great understanding and empathy are key to success as a customer service advisor here.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1802230

http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=ZmFpdGguaGF5LjA0ODk3LjEwNjMzQHNlYXJjaC5hcGxpdHJhay5jb20

No opportunity for cover note.

(Req/514401) Thank you for submitting your application.


05/03/2019: 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


04/03/2019: APPLICATION: Weekend Customer Advisor Just Added CV Library Kingston Recruitment

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209609359/Weekend-Customer-Advisor?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=a80aecca-11f5-40ef-a022-e99403cb3183

Meet and greet customers in a friendly professional manner Be able to input customer details on an IPad Use an Ipad to guide customers through the range of new and pre-owned products Able to take online ‘Live Chat’ with customers Liaise with managers to provide solutions for customers General administration

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209609359/Weekend-Customer-Advisor/apply?sid=a80aecca-11f5-40ef-a022-e99403cb3183

Do you have a full driving licence Yes

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


04/03/2019: APPLICATION: Pagination & Corporate Services Assistant Find a Job Stamp Jackson & Procter Limited

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1796617

Please note: This is an administrative role We are seeking an experienced and efficient Pagination & Corporate Services Assistant to join our Finance & Administration Division. This is a dual role supporting the Compensation’s Pagination team with a variety of administrative tasks dministrative duties associated with the pagination of medical records, including restocking stationery, preparing labels, creating folders (ensuring the correct coding system is followed) and after training, assist the team to sort, index and paginate medical records....suit someone with strong administrative and organisational skills. It is essential that you have strong attention to detail and are able to work in a flexible manner. The successful candidate will be educated to at least A-Level standard. Advanced computer skills and previous experience in office administration and/or pagination would be an advantage. To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to: Ms K Cuckson, Human Resources Manager Post: SJP Law, 5 Parliament Street, Hull, HU1 2AZ Email: kcu@sjplaw.co.uk

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1796617

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.

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).

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


04/03/2019: 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


04/03/2019: 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.

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03/03/2019: APPLICATION: Service Support Administrator CV Library Prestige Recruitment Specialists

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209446611/Service-Support-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=247f725f-2b49-4e97-a7f9-4a0632e8468a

Good communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to provide guidance and advice, both verbally and in writing, to managers, staff and internal and external contacts, including and understanding of, and ability to work within, the confidentiality constraints required by the Data Protection Act. Well-developed administrative and IT skills to ensure that information systems are maintained and enhanced, with the ability to input, extract, manipulate and present data and reports from the relevant database/system. Ability to interpret reports and data and interrogate databases for information when required. Excellent organisational skills to ensure that the provision of the service from the Service Support Centre is efficient and effective at all times.

Are you available immediately 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

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 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 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.

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 write and order the narrative of a novel. I understand library classification systems.

Your Application has been sent


03/03/2019: APPLICATION: Medical Receptionist Find a Job HU7 4PT

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1793221

Whilst previous General Practice or health care related experience is a distinct advantage it is not essential but the post holder will have experience of dealing with the public and proven computer skills.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1793221

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915477645

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 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 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.

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 a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website desig 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.

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.

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.

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/8e5c37af3629c3cc5265b9b6b64d3565/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915477645

Job reference: 880-NPCS-0319-1847 Employer: Primary Care Services Application reference: AR-176-808-497


02/03/2019: APPLICATION: Paediatric Audiology Admin Assistant Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1793296

...handling telephone, email and written enquires from parents, medics & Audiologists, liaising with other agencies (Teachers of the Deaf, Health Visitors, Speech & Language therapist etc), making appointments and carrying out general office duties. Familiarity with word-processing is essential. The office uses a bespoke appointment and database system (‘Auditbase’)

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1793296

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 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.

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 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 desig 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.

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.

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.

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/1eff35a7b5e64eb12d03d2703c2e0851/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915477503

Job reference: 356-19-1584151 Employer: Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-176-788-151


02/03/2019: APPLICATION: Medical Receptionist HU7 4PT Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1793344

Whilst previous General Practice or health care related experience is a distinct advantage it is not essential but the post holder will have experience of dealing with the public and proven computer skills.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1793344

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

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

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/b18194b790904233a1a07d0644b4d066/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915478065

Job reference: 880-NPCS-0319-1847-02 Employer: Primary Care Services Application reference: AR-176-788-043


01/03/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist Find a Job Dankybit

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1729851

We are looking for a friendly, informative, and welcoming receptionist to join our growing company. As a receptionist, you will serve as a positive first impression of the company at all times, while handling the daily responsibilities of a receptionist with efficiency and ease. You will answer inquiries, provide information to customers and visitors, and maintain an organized front desk.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1729851

http://www.danky.co.uk/job/receptionist-11++Details filled in online, CV sent

http://www.danky.co.uk/register-your-cv


01/03/2019: APPLICATION: Clerical Supervisor HU16 5JQ Find a Job Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1784058

...the ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate experience of working in a busy administrative environment. Our ideal candidate will also have a can-do attitude along with good IT skills and great attention to detail.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1784058

http://jobs.hey.nhs.uk/job/UK/East_Yorkshire/Cottingham/Hull_East_Yorkshire_Hospitals_NHS_Trust/Patient_Administration/Patient_Administration-v1527263?ref=UniversalJobMatch& on to

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915476075

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

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.

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 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 desig 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.

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.

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.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/7b270125578927bb275cbed38d4cb160/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915476075

Job reference: 356-19-1527263 Employer: Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-176-757-711


28/02/2019: APPLICATION: Sales Report Processor/Administrator CV Library The Personal Finance Centre

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209567108/Sales-Report-Processor-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=59e190af-b06b-4083-b9ac-322fba0993fe

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

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

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.

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 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 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 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


28/02/2019: APPLICATION: MPC Administrator CV Library SMT

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209446832/MPC-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=59e190af-b06b-4083-b9ac-322fba0993fe

* 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/209446832/MPC-Administrator/apply?sid=59e190af-b06b-4083-b9ac-322fba0993fe

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.

Lesson preparation has 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.

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


27/02/2019: APPLICATION: Purchasing / Admin Assistant Find a Job Pertemps Network Group

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1771595

All Microsoft word packages Order processing 1 year experience in administration must be available for an immediate start

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1771595

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.

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


27/02/2019: APPLICATION: Order Processor Find a Job Cordant People

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1771974

Excellent customer service skills Ability to build good customer relationships Organised with good time management Able to work well in a team Ability to accurately enter data Strong communication skills

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1771974

http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=ZGFyY3kuY3J1eC4wODgyOS4xMDYzM0BwcmltZXRpbWUuYXBsaXRyYWsuY29t

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for submitting your application.

http://www.aplitrak.com/generic/submit.cgi


26/02/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist/Admin Support Assistant Find a Job Three Oceans FIsh Company Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1766485

Deliver a high standard of professionalism, polite and friendly. Effective & confident communicator who is able to deal with numerous enquiries, answer, screen and forward incoming phone calls and take accurate messages, referring them on to the relevant person in a timely manner. Knowledge and experience of using Microsoft packages including word, outlook and excel.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1766485

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

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.

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.

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


26/02/2019: APPLICATION: Outbound Call Operator Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1761176

This role will involve following up warm leads in a quick and efficient way, ensuring that professionalism is adhered to at all times. The roles will involve liaising with new and existing business to support an external sales team. You will have a confident telephone manner and remain professional at all times. You will be IT literate.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1761176

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_1988503?jobSource=findajob

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Outbound Call Operator (Ref: 3533441)


25/02/2019: APPLICATION: ICT Support Officer Find a Job Essential Employment Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1759878

...to cover a wide range of IT technical disciplines, included but not limited to, Voice Communications, Data Networks, Server Infrastructure, Audio Visual Systems, Operating Systems, Desktop Hardware and Software, Mobile Devices and Education

https://www.essentialemploy.co.uk/job/ict-support-officer-8/++No opportunity for cover note.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1759878


25/02/2019: APPLICATION: ICT Officer Level 1 Find a Job Raynet Recruitment Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1758942

• Experience of working in an ICT Customer Support environment. • Experience of installation and configuration of desktop hardware and associated software.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1758942

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 maintain a small network and manage the oversight of my operating systems.

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.

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. I possess and have used Gantt project organising software.

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.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


24/02/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist/Administrator Hessle Find a Job The Hessle Grange Medical Practice

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1726076

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.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1726076

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 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 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


24/02/2019: APPLICATION: Admin / Accounts Clerk Find a Job Clark James Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1619443

Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Outlook and Windows file shares • Understanding of filing systems • Previous reception experience • Accurate data entry skills • Good maths and English

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1619443

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.

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.

I possess and have used Gantt project organising software.

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.


23/02/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist Hull, HU7 4DW Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1753104

Part Time Receptionist to work within a busy GP Practice. 16 Hours per week over 4 days 9.00 till 13.00. Overtime will be available to cover staff holidays. Knowledge of EMIS clinical system an advantage Experience preferred but not essential for the right candidate

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1753104

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

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

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/3d7fe1bc0b99739255ab4cee847dd9ef/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915467523

Job reference: J180-A-19-279000 Employer: Central Advertising - General Practitioners Application reference: AR-176-544-185


23/02/2019: APPLICATION: Ongoing Car Driving Work Find a Job Manpower UK

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1751927

Ongoing work for car drivers - immediate starts! Manpower Driving and Logistics are currently recruiting car drivers (Cat B licence) on behalf of our client in the Immingham area....you must have minimum of 2 years driving experience, should have no more than 3 points on your licence, and no DD or DR convictions in the last 10 years.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1751927

http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=ZWNvbGxpbnMuMjIzODcuMTA2MzNAbWFucG93ZXJ1ay5hcGxpdHJhay5jb20

I have well over 2 years driving experience (1997), have 0 points on my licence, and no DD or DR convictions ever.

http://www.aplitrak.com/manpower/submit.cgi

Thank you for submitting your details.


22/02/2019: APPLICATION: Service Support Officer HU1 3DT Raynet Recruitment Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1746674

This includes 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. This role also includes the shared day to day operation systems administration on the service side for Waste, Highway Operations, Passenger Transport, Street Cleansing andGrounds Maintenance IT Systems together with the in-field technology.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1746674

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.

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 write and order the narrative of a novel. I understand library classification systems.

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 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.

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.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


22/02/2019: APPLICATION: Project Liaison Officer Find a Job Essential Employment Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1748028

The role of the officers would be to proactively gather and record information and data regarding privately rented accommodation in the city, particularly Houses in Multiple Occupation and flats above shops on the main arterial routes into the city.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1748028

https://www.essentialemploy.co.uk/job/project-liaison-officer-2/++No opportunity for cover note.


21/02/2019: APPLICATION: Network Programme Administrator HU16 5JQ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1737542

You will need to be a team player who can communicate effectively and demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills. You should be able to organise, plan, prioritise and deliver to competing demands with excellent written and verbal communication skills. Previous experience of working in an NHS administrative role is essential. A high level of skill in Microsoft Word and Excel would be an advantage.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1737542

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915464246

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 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.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 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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/a0b6b425542b3a6b8681a92f145d383a/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915464246

Job reference: 356-19-1502292 Employer: Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-176-472-723


21/02/2019: APPLICATION: Clerical Officer (356-19-1536994) [Direct at NHS Jobs] Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/appform2/85016cf979921c0ea18b7226242bd406/?vac_ref=915464059

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 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 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 desig 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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/appform2/9c8b63c99c1848578d00372f9cd48ba5/?vac_ref=915464059

Job reference: 356-19-1536994 Employer: Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-176-435-975


20/02/2019: 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


20/02/2019: 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


20/02/2019: APPLICATION: Clerical Officer (Radiology) | Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust HU3 2JZ Find a job To NHS Jobs

We are looking for friendly team members who are able to demonstrate excellent interpersonal, communication and customer care skills along with the ability to work under pressure, prioritise workload and work using own initiative.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1733343

http://jobs.hey.nhs.uk/job/UK/East_Yorkshire/Hull/Hull_East_Yorkshire_Hospitals_NHS_Trust/Radiology/Radiology-v1553757?ref=UniversalJobMatch&

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915464073

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 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 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 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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/62ddba86fdc031e142114e4d7974f665/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915464073

Job reference: 356-19-1553757 Employer: Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-176-436-133


19/02/2019: APPLICATION: Part Time Accounts Assistant Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1718898

...you will be responsible for sales ledger, credit control and payroll duties along with covering general accounts tasks on a part time basis. 20 - 25 hours over 4 days

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1718898

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_1977946?jobSource=findajob

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/JOB_1977946/apply/?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_1977946

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Part Time Accounts Assistant (Ref: 3523743)


19/02/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator CV Library Hays Office Support

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209496877/Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=ee31222d-5685-470e-b647-5fd004466e47

You will have worked in a customer service environment previously and work with a high attention to detail. You will be IT savvy with the ability to pick up new systems quickly.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209496877/Administrator/apply?sid=ee31222d-5685-470e-b647-5fd004466e47

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


19/02/2019: 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


18/02/2019: APPLICATION: HR Advisor Find a Job Essential Employment Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1680267

This is working full time hours on a temporary basis.

katie@essentialemploy.co.uk

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1680267

https://www.essentialemploy.co.uk/job/hr-advisor-34/++https://www.essentialemploy.co.uk/job/hr-advisor-34/applied/9526/++Your application has been sent.


18/02/2019: 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


18/02/2019: APPLICATION: Drivers Required MBC Innovations Limited

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1712906

If you have an eye for detail, enjoy driving, then we would like to hear from you.

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

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


18/02/2019: 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 04/02/2019 to 17/02/2019; Number of listed applications is 31.


17/02/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1709840

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/1709840

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915456039

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.

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 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 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 desig 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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/54301c2b4ad4bcd4adbf7c4a1ac92c0f/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915456039

Job reference: 810-CH2620 Employer: City Health Care Partnership CIC Application reference: AR-176-314-549


17/02/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator CV Library Randstad Sourceright

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209408604/Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=04ea1ee1-41de-4e92-92e4-84ec5d08318e

* Tasks to include critical data entry, creation and management of records to be used for resource planning, productivity, other KPI’s, etc. * Competent IT skills for data input, analysis and management of records with good understanding of Microsoft packages including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook etc. Experience of SAP is preferred but not required. * Excellent housekeeping & organisational skills.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209408604/Administrator/apply?sid=04ea1ee1-41de-4e92-92e4-84ec5d08318e

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 maintain a small network and manage the oversight of my operating systems.

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.

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 write and order the narrative of a novel. I understand library classification systems.

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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16/02/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist Administrator Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1710992

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/1710992

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915458205

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 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 desig 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 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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/42e6f95c6eb86b19671b05c402a5a37c/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915458205

Job reference: J249-A-19-0237 Employer: Haxby Group Application reference: AR-176-295-303


16/02/2019: APPLICATION: IT Support Assistant (Ophthalmology) Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1710410

...demonstrate they have the following skills and experience: Communicate at all levels Able to prioritise workload for themselves and their team Work to deadlines Have a flexible approach to working Have a highly motivated and mature attitude Able to think creatively to problem solve

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1710410

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915457699

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

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 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 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.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website desig 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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/c718fbef7c96f85800d0b62a83be6bfe/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915457699

Job reference: 356-19-1551501 Employer: Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-176-295-541


15/02/2019: APPLICATION: LKS Administrator HU3 2JZ Find a Job Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1703811

Reporting to Outreach Librarian the post holder will be the first point of contact for all visitors to the Library and Knowledge Services by providing reception cover as well as receiving all general enquiries. Working as part of a highly motivated team we would expect the post holder to have excellent communication, organisational and IT skills as well as a good knowledge of office administration.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1703811

http://jobs.hey.nhs.uk/job/UK/East_Yorkshire/Hull/Hull_East_Yorkshire_Hospitals_NHS_Trust/Library_Knowledge_Services/Library_Knowledge_Services-v1535264?ref=UniversalJobMatch&

Instead went to:

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915457472

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

Note in summary: I have worked in NHS libraries classifying and cataloguing.

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 desig 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 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.

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.

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.

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 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.

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/090ef549a5c8cc67a9c018802c585fd4/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915457472

Job reference: 356-19-1535264 Employer: Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-176-268-679


15/02/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Advisor Find a Job Brook Street Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1705147

Do you have great customer service experience? Are you a great communicator with a back ground in contact centres?...customer service experience, along with strong communication skills, both written and verbal. Good IT skills and the ability to work independently

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1705147

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.

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. 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.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


14/02/2019: APPLICATION: Data Analyst Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1685517

EWS based at St Andrews place in Hull.

help operational colleagues to monitor and improve data quality in order to accurately report trust performance and activity to external organisations responsible for the governance of care.

You will be expected to be numerate, analytical and happy to work to tight deadlines whilst responding to a complex and varied workload.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1685517

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/add93c712be981f2a869863c93275428/?vac_ref=915433799

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.

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.

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.

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.

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 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 desig 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.

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/f38f1d2812313d8fdcc61cd20a382cad/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915433799

Job reference: 338-S5321 Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-176-229-225


14/02/2019: APPLICATION: Booking Coordinator HU16 5JQ Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1685389

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/1685389

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915451761

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.

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.

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.

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.

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 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 desig 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.

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/0c6e6ab5683d1af2ea8323e7fb46d7e4/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915451761

Job reference: 356-19-1495386 Employer: Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-176-229-439


13/02/2019: APPLICATION: Part Time Purchase Ledger Clerk Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1689029

Duties will include: matching, batching and coding invoices, processing purchase invoices and handling and resolving invoice queries.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1689029

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_1923248?jobSource=findajob

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/apply/details?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_1923248

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Part Time Purchase Ledger Clerk (Ref: 3436560)


13/02/2019: APPLICATION: Clerical Office Assistant Find a Job Butterworth Bros (Electrical)Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1688105

Duties to include General office duties inc Inputting of data onto computer. Answering Telephone, Filing documents. Health and Safety policy. General house keeping.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1688105

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.

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 (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


12/02/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist/ Administrator Find a Job Bridge McFarland

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1662636

The Receptionist/Administrator’s duties include, but are not limited to: processing incoming calls, answering queries both face to face and over the telephone, audio transcription and general office admin duties, to ensure the smooth effective running of the office. For further details, please see the attached job description. The ideal candidate should have excellent telephone, client handling and organisational skills and be able to work on their own initiative.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1662636

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.

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 understand library classification systems.

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


12/02/2019: APPLICATION: Client Claims Administrator Find a Job Henderson Insurance Brokers Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1534154

• Administrative and computer skills • Excellent communication and negotiation skills • Honesty and integrity • An organised, methodical approach • Accuracy and attention to detail • Ability to prioritise and organise own workload

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1534154

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.

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.

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 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


11/02/2019: APPLICATION: Senior Administrative Assistant Find a Job Sanctuary Group

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1651109

This job is based within the Customer Service Centre (CSC) in Hull. 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/1651109

https://career5.successfactors.eu/portalcareer?_s.crb=2I%252fNEzuYiXUOhpDC23t1f2LAJKY%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=2I%252fNEzuYiXUOhpDC23t1f2LAJKY%253d

Your application has been received. Thank you.


11/02/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist Find a Job Dankybit

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1667568

Answer phone inquiries, direct calls, and provide basic company information Perform clerical duties, take memos, maintain files, and organize documents, etc. Monitor front desk and comply with all security procedures for visitors Assist in planning company events, meetings, luncheons, and employee team building activities Make travel arrangements, answer emails, and correspond as needed Oversee mail deliveries, packages, and couriers Purchase, track, and invoice office supplies for each department Set up, break down, organize, and maintain conference rooms, training rooms, and meeting rooms

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1667568

http://www.danky.co.uk/register-your-cv/++No opportunity for cover note.

http://www.danky.co.uk/


10/02/2019: APPLICATION: Secretary/Administrator (Hull) CV Library Kingston Recruitment

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209479498/Secretary-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=88a5ffae-efb3-41a6-b1b9-a7d919500d24

* Audio typing documents * Diary management * Covering for reception * Answering the phone and dealing with general enquiries * Any administrative tasks as required

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209479498/Secretary-Administrator/apply?sid=88a5ffae-efb3-41a6-b1b9-a7d919500d24

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

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 has been sent


10/02/2019: APPLICATION: Personal and Business Administrator North Ferriby CV Library LPG Direct Properties Limited

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209425417/Pesonal-and-Business-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=88a5ffae-efb3-41a6-b1b9-a7d919500d24

Person with a broad skills range required to assist in management of property portfolio, trust account administration and personal assistance to directors.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209425417/Pesonal-and-Business-Administrator/apply?sid=88a5ffae-efb3-41a6-b1b9-a7d919500d24

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, 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.

Your Application has been sent

10/02/2019: ACTION: Reading Rooms Assistant Find a Job Hull City Council - HU1 3TF

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1665014

The post holder will be required to assist the Reading Rooms Coordinators to manage a Reading Rooms volunteer facilitator programme, support training, workshops and masterclasses; assist in organising and administering events; facilitate Reading Rooms sessions; and provide general administrative support to the project, including inputting data, coordinating venues and materials and acting as a contact point for volunteers and participants.You will have experience of and enjoy meeting people from a wide range of backgrounds and of all ages, excellent problem solving and IT skills and the ability to work on your own initiative as well as contributing to working in a team. The ability to establish and maintain professional boundaries, particularly in emotional situations, and excellent communication skills to develop strong working relationships with participants and volunteers are essential to this post.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1665014

https://jobs-abacus.recruitsaas.com/job/22151.job

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09/02/2019: APPLICATION: STP Administration Officer HU10 6ED Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1665342

We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic administrator to provide and co-ordinate administrative and secretarial services for the Mental Health Programme for the Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership team. Support will include organising and minuting meetings, preparing meeting papers and diary management, along with general administrative duties.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1665342

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915447385

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.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 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 desig 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 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.

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.

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.

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/d3ab988d4416aec875982a39eddf36eb/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915447385

Job reference: 338-5334-19 Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-176-050-863


09/02/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionists as Care Navigators HU5 2NT Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1666036

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/1666036

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915447300

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 a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website desig 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.

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.

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.

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.

I possess and have used Gantt project organising software.

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.

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.

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/f83956adc6cb3d8500e83d6b7a3aa7c8/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915447300

Job reference: J180-A-19-275427 Employer: Central Advertising - General Practitioners Application reference: AR-176-050-729


08/02/2019: APPLICATION: Transport Administrator Find a Job Staffline

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1656668

Successful candidates will be responsible for administration, including information relating to deliveries and collections. The right candidates will have the potential for career progression. Ability to work effectively under pressure and to handle and prioritise conflicting issues Will possess excellent communication skills in order to convey facts and ideas clearly, accurately, effectively and persuasively both verbally and in writing to internal and external customers Fully competent in the use of Microsoft Office Is approachable, open, fair, consistent, diplomatic and assertive and leads by example Attention to detail

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1656668

http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=RGlhbmUuUmVldmUuNDU2NTkuMTA2MzNAZHJpdmluZ3BsdXMuYXBsaXRyYWsuY29t

No opportunity for cover note.

Transport Administrator (Transport Admin) Kingston Upon Hull, England Thank you for submitting your application.


08/02/2019: APPLICATION: Quality Assessment Officer Find a Job Hales Group Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1654197

• Ensuring the implementation and delivery of the Quality Assurance framework through an agreed programme of audit activity • Undertaking audits as directed by either the Registered Manager or the Quality Assurance & Compliance Manager utilising the approved auditing tools • Analysing audit data and prepare written reports on the audit findings when required

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1654197

https://www.applythis.net/?a=51CF1A025.0

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.

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 Quality Assessment Officer (Hull-QAO). Thank you for applying today. Your application has been passed on.


07/02/2019: APPLICATION: Service Support Assistant HU7 6BD Find a Job Raynet Recruitment Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1651668

...by providing effective customer focussed administrative support. This includes 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/1651668

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 (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


07/02/2019: APPLICATION: ICT Officer Level 1 Find a Job Raynet Recruitment Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1653177

To be responsible as part of the IT Customer Support Team, for the provison of quality, cost effective technical support to ERYC Maintained sites, partners and schools. Essential Requirements: • Experience of working in an ICT Customer Support Environment. Desirable Requirements: • Experience of working within the local government. • Relevant Technical ICT Qualification.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1653177

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. 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.

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 (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


06/02/2019: 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


06/02/2019: APPLICATION: Admin Officer Find a Job Essential Employment Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1546717

You will be required to data input accurately and efficiently. Identify and index documents to the correct funding project. Marry up financial information. Cross reference data from multiple locations. Scanning and indexing of documents. Someone who is friendly. Someone who can communicate well within a small team.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1546717

https://www.essentialemploy.co.uk/job/admin-officer-70

No opportunity for cover note.


05/02/2019: 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


05/02/2019: APPLICATION: Clerical Supervisor Find a Job Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1635775

Responsible for day to day co-ordination/monitoring and supervision of a multi-skilled administration and clerical team. This role requires a person who possesses strong interpersonal/ communication skills, has the ability to delegate and prioritise workload with good time management skills.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1635775

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915441898

http://jobs.hey.nhs.uk/job/UK/East_Yorkshire/Hull/Hull_East_Yorkshire_Hospitals_NHS_Trust/Patient_Administration/Patient_Administration-v1526984?ref=UniversalJobMatch&

on to:

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915441898

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 desig 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.

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.

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.

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.

I possess and have used Gantt project organising software.

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.

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.

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/67670eb3354a9ff558e2259993c2b1fb/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915441898

Job reference: 356-19-1526984 Employer: Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-175-896-965


05/02/2019: 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


04/02/2019: 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


04/02/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator Find a Job John Moore Security Limited

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1569651

Your personal qualities and behaviours are as important to us as your past experience and you will therefore need to be able to demonstrate that you are passionate about the customer, possess excellent people skills, can work well as part of a team, possess attention to detail, have good organisational abilities, are flexible and adaptable and are able to perform well in a fast paced, demanding environment. You will be confident in working on a variety of IT systems and possess good Word, Excel and Outlook abilities, as well as fast and accurate keyboard skills. Candidates must have proven administration experience...

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1569651

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04/02/2019: 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


04/02/2019: APPLICATION: Admin / Accounts Clerk Find a Job Clark James Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1619443

• General reception duties • Typing, photocopying, scanning documents and filing • Data entry onto Microsoft Access database • Sales / purchase ledger entry • Credit control • Assisting director The person: • Knowledge of Sage accounts • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Outlook and Windows file shares • Understanding of filing systems • Previous reception experience • Sales and purchase ledger experience • Accurate data entry skills • Good maths and English • A friendly and helpful attitude • Ability to follow direction from senior staff • Ability to work on own initiative • Ability to work to deadlines and under pressure • Flexible with working tasks

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1619443

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.

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.

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03/02/2019: APPLICATION: Ward Clerk Cottingham CV Library Prestige Recruitment Specialists

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209435082/Ward-Clerk?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=156a2a11-80aa-4bbe-bc62-f8d4e619fc86

Record, restore and supply information using a paper based filing system either alphabetical or numerical. • Ability to prepare, print, save and store documents letters and other work using a computerised system. • Minimum of two years’ experience in a recent clerical/administrative role. • Competent in the completion of forms and other official documents. • Good Organisational Skills • Appreciation of need for confidentiality at all times • Ability to work as a team member. • Ability to liaise with other departments and outside agencies efficiently. • An understanding of Trust Structures. • Able to understand and clarify detailed instructions. • Capable of communicating information by fax or telephone. • Undertake mandatory training according to Trust policy. • Able to prioritise workload and advise line manager of any problems or potentially difficult or sensitive issues.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209435082/Ward-Clerk/apply?sid=156a2a11-80aa-4bbe-bc62-f8d4e619fc86

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.

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

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.

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02/02/2019: APPLICATION: Parts / Customer Service Assistant CV Library Arlington Moore Search & Selection Ltd

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209431148/Parts-Customer-Service-Assistant?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=5ae3ac05-053a-43d6-9adc-ce578cf87db0

Assisting customers and colleagues with parts enquiries / orders over the telephone, by email and on the online shop Updating and creating parts brochures – taking photographs, identifying and pricing parts Inputting and processing orders through Sage 200 Filing Answering the telephone and speaking to customers Assisting with stock take Dealing with couriers Taking card machine payments Occasional picking and packing of orders Any other duties associated with the Sales and Parts Department as and when required Experience required Able to work within a team but also have the initiative to work on your own Customer focussed and friendly Computer and telephone literate Good organisation and communication skills

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209431148/Parts-Customer-Service-Assistant/apply?sid=5ae3ac05-053a-43d6-9adc-ce578cf87db0

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.

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 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.

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 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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02/02/2019: APPLICATION: Part Time Accounts Assistant Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1620889

...to work for a growing business within their productive and friendly finance team. You will have recent and relevant accounts and purchase ledger experience with excellent attention to detail.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1620889

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_1977946?jobSource=findajob

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/JOB_1977946/apply/?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_1977946

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Part Time Accounts Assistant (Ref: 3523743)


02/02/2019: APPLICATION: Outbound Call Operative Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1621851

You will have worked in a customer service and sales environment previously and you will be target driven. You will have a confident telephone manner and remain professional at all times. You will be IT literate.

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/JOB_1978273/apply/?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_1978273

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Outbound Call Operative (Ref: 3524794)


01/02/2019: APPLICATION: Service Support Assistant (Non DBS) Find a Job Raynet Recruitment Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1617792

This includes 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. The post holder will provide effective, efficient, customer focused support services to designated service teams ensuring with procedures and practices to support the delivery efficient front line services. Essential Requirements: • NVQ level 2 or equivalent qualification, skills and experience. • Experience of working in an office/administration environment.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1617792

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.

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.

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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01/02/2019: APPLICATION: Admin / Accounts Clerk Find a Job Clark James Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1619443

• Dealing with customers and suppliers on the phone and in person • Assisting senior staff with finding information from a variety of sources i:e database, accounts, existing documents • General reception duties • Typing, photocopying, scanning documents and filing • Data entry onto Microsoft Access database • Sales / purchase ledger entry • Credit control • Assisting director Person: • Knowledge of Sage accounts • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Outlook and Windows file shares • Understanding of filing systems • Previous reception experience • Sales and purchase ledger experience • Accurate data entry skills • Good maths and English • A friendly and helpful attitude • Ability to follow direction from senior staff • Ability to work on own initiative • Ability to work to deadlines and under pressure • Flexible with working tasks

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1619443

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.

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.

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 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.

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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31/01/2019: APPLICATION: Administration Assistant Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1607546

Applicants will be expected to have previous experience of working in a busy reception 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. Word Processing to RSA II or equivalent experience, excellent keyboard skills, experience in the use of Microsoft Office and Word packages are essential attributes, are also required. Applicants will be expected to have previous experience of working in a busy reception 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. For informal enquires, or to arrange a visit, please contact Debbie Drury, Memory Clinic, 38 Coltman Street, Hull. HU3 2SG. Tel no: (01482) 336617

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1607546

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915433798

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 desig 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.

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.

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.

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.

I possess and have used Gantt project organising software.

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.

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.

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/29e836f265f3685fefd447d59779ffab/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915433798

Job reference: 338-S5320 Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-175-724-475


31/01/2019: APPLICATION: Accounts Clerk Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1606228

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_1976803?jobSource=findajob

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/apply/details?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_1976803

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Accounts Clerk (Ref: 3503466)


30/01/2019: APPLICATION: Company Administrative Assistant Find a Job Frank Graham Associates

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1525926

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1525926

Applicant must be organised, honest, conscientious. No minimum educational requirements but must be capable of filling forms and dealing with online forms, mail, computers etc.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1525926

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 (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


30/01/2019: APPLICATION: Client Service Administrator Find a Job Henderson Insurance Brokers Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1533627

Skills, interests and qualities • administrative and computer skills • excellent spoken and written communication skills • honesty and integrity • an organised, methodical approach • accuracy and attention to detail

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1533627

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.

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.

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.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


29/01/2019: APPLICATION: Credit Control Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1595237

Working for the Credit Manager, you will be responsible for managing a large number of customer accounts, calling customers to chase payments for invoices, allocating payments to the accounting system and conducting general credit control duties. This is a full time temporary position, with the potential for a permanent opportunity in the future for the right candidate. ...excellent attention to detail and a confident yet personable telephone manner.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1595237

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_1975792?jobSource=findajob

No opportunity for cover note.

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/apply/details?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_1975792

Thank you for applying for the position of Credit Control (Ref: 3520859)


29/01/2019: APPLICATION: Admin OfficerFind a Job Essential Employment Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1546717

Admin officer needed in Hull £8.68ph ref 345557 This is working 30 hours per week on a temporary basis. You will be required to data input accurately and efficiently. Identify and index documents to the correct funding project. Marry up financial information. Cross reference data from multiple locations. Scanning and indexing of documents. Someone who is friendly. Someone who can communicate well within a small team.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1546717

No opportunity for cover note.

https://www.essentialemploy.co.uk/job/admin-officer-70


28/01/2019: APPLICATION: Visual Merchandiser Find a Job Touchstone Accessories

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1586440

You should be self-motivated, reliable, hardworking, organized, determined, confident, and outgoing with good interpersonal skills. Successful applicants will be responsible for putting deliveries out on a weekly basis and replenishing the stands to help support and drive our concessions to achieve sales targets and working to a very high standard.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1586440

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.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


28/01/2019: APPLICATION: Document Controller Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1586521

Manage and maintain the Company's physical document archive Create, maintain & update accurate database records on the company's network/ERP system and maintenance database. Commitment to the implementation of Company safety, environmental and quality policies Preferably educated to GCSE grade B or above in English, IT and mathematics (level 3 NVQ equivalent may be accepted) European Computer Driving Licence or equivalent experience Experience of working in Document Control General experience in hands on administration role with dossier compilation Knowledge of documentation systems within engineering environment(preferable) Working knowledge in the use of MRP or ERP systems (SAGE) and or EDMS

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1586521

 https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_1975262?jobSource=findajob

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Document Controller (Ref: 3519930)


27/01/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator CV Library Hays Office Support

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209309798/Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=9f145a4b-bf96-465e-80fe-4dbc53edcb9c

* To develop and maintain general and client filing systems within the project. * In input client information onto internal reporting systems accurately and efficiently, to support local and national reporting requirements. * Ensure data entry is up to date and error free, carrying out regular quality assurance checks. * Ensure that administration, record-keeping and communication within the project are maintained. * To take minutes at Team and other meetings and distribute information in an agreed format. * To maintain and balance local petty cash systems under the direction of your line manager. * To undertake prescription administration duties as required. * To coordinate room bookings, travel arrangements, diaries and meeting arrangements etc. as required. * To monitor and order office stationary in line with procurement policy * To be the first point of contact within the service ensuring telephone calls, letters and visits from service users outside agencies are dealt with promptly and courteously and messages are passed on to appropriate people. * Reception cover. WHAT YOU'LL NEED TO SUCCEED * A compassionate empathetic nature due to the clients you will be dealing with along with a resilient personality * Good administration and IT skills * DBS clearance due to nature of role * Own transport due to having to travel between offices * Clinical experience advantageous

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209309798/Administrator/apply?sid=9f145a4b-bf96-465e-80fe-4dbc53edcb9c

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.

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.

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27/01/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator CV Library Advinia Healthcare

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209190182/Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=9f145a4b-bf96-465e-80fe-4dbc53edcb9c

Are you a caring person with a friendly manner and smart appearance? Can you multi-task and use your own initiative? Advinia Healthcare, an award winning, top 15 UK Care Home provider, is looking for a full time Administrator to work front of house in our busy Residential and Nursing Home-Haverholme. Haverholme is a 47 bedded Home in Lincolnshire which provides palliative care, convalescence, Parkinsons and Dementia care. This role is 40 hours per week. As an Administrator you will: - Be responsible for all front- of- house duties including welcoming visitors entering and exiting the building. - Provide clerical support to the Home Manager and when appropriate, other staff members - Have the ability to meet deadlines and prioritize your workload. - Be responsible for general HR duties - Completing and submitting Payroll-must have some payroll experience. - Have strong IT skills, including Microsoft Office/Excel - Controlling the end to end progress of or Recruitment process. On-boarding new Care Assistants, creating their candidate files, applying for DBS checks - Admission and discharge forms - Promoting the Home-handing out leaflets - Taking minutes in meetings - Being responsible for Petty Cash For your hard work and commitment we will offer you: - Competitive pay rates - Free uniform - Free DBS - Professional training & ongoing career progression

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209190182/Administrator/apply?sid=9f145a4b-bf96-465e-80fe-4dbc53edcb9c

Are you eligible to work in the UK Yes Do you have experience in a similar role No

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.

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.

Your Application has been sent


26/01/2019: APPLICATION: Senior Contract Advisor CV Library Edwards & Pearce

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209389528/Senior-Contract-Advisor?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=a7c898da-3d28-48a1-b40d-7e07bcecce15

Regular contact with customers and clients Responsible for budgets Providing administrative support across all areas You will be responsible for maximising daily objectives Monitoring holiday and sickness levels Dealing with the recruitment of new starters and leavers You will be getting involved of training and supporting staff as and when needed Due to this role being temporary immediate start is essential Full time working hours, you will need to have a level of flexibility THE CANDIDATE You will have supervisory or management experience, if in a call centre or operational role that would be an advantage Able to prioritise work loads and meet company and team targets Have an understanding or recruitment and training needs An assertive yet approachable personality Experienced promoting team meetings An understanding of KPI’s and company targets Have good communication skills Able to commence employment with immediate effect

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209389528/Senior-Contract-Advisor/apply?sid=a7c898da-3d28-48a1-b40d-7e07bcecce15

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 have organised research timing and thesis writing; I write and order the narrative of a novel. I understand library classification systems.

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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26/01/2019: APPLICATION: Part Time Administrator CV Library McArthur Dean

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209394662/Part-Time-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=a7c898da-3d28-48a1-b40d-7e07bcecce15

Answering the telephone and dealing with queries Sending out invoices Liasing with the overseas parent company via email to resolve any invoice queries Assist with the preparation of shipping paperwork Prepare credit notes when required On occassions, helping to pack up orders Other administrative duties as required. The successful candidate will: Have a strong administrative background and a high degree of computer literacy, with particular knowledge of Excel. Have good written and verbal communication skills.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209394662/Part-Time-Administrator/apply?sid=a7c898da-3d28-48a1-b40d-7e07bcecce15

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.

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.

Are you available immediately Yes Do you drive and have your own transport Yes Do you have previous experience in a similar role Yes

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25/01/2019: APPLICATION: Part Time Administrator Find a Job McArthur Dean

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1577586

Answering the phone and dealing with queries Sending out invoices. Communicating by email with the overseas parent company to resolve invoice queries Assisting with the preparation of shipping paperwork Preparing credit notes when required, Sometimes assisting with the packing up of orders. Other administrative duties as required. The successful candidate will: Have a high degree of computer literacy and be particularly conversant with Excel Have a good standard of written and spoken English Be organised with an eye for detail

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1577586

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.

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.


25/01/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator, vacancy as provided when signing on, filled in application form received from and sent to Peter Oluotch, Manager Humber Community Advice Services H-CAs info.hcas@gmail.com


24/01/2019: APPLICATION: Operations Administrator CV Library Edwards & Pearce

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209376148/Operations-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=2fe2da10-7452-4572-8676-1afc9ebb7e8f

-Previous experience in a similar role ideal -Exceptional interpersonal skills -Good organisation and administrative skills

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209376148/Operations-Administrator/apply?sid=2fe2da10-7452-4572-8676-1afc9ebb7e8f

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.

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 write and order the narrative of a novel. 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.

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.

Your Application has been sent


24/01/2019: APPLICATION: Logistics Team Administrator Just Added CV Library Adecco

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209378872/Logistics-Team-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=2fe2da10-7452-4572-8676-1afc9ebb7e8f

Ordering PPE handling and resolving customer Queries Managing and processing orders from a global client base Providing first class customer service Compiling and processing departmental KPI's Producing monthly reports.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209378872/Logistics-Team-Administrator/apply?sid=2fe2da10-7452-4572-8676-1afc9ebb7e8f

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


23/01/2019: APPLICATION: Temporary Receptionist Just Added CV Library Prestige Recruitment Specialists

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209314237/Temporary-Receptionist?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=aa5322f2-b13f-4ebb-8245-6aaa1f051a5c

• Carrying out general office duties • Answering the telephone • Responding to queries • Operating basic office equipment • Data Inputting The ideal candidate will have: • Reception experience • Excellent communication skills • Organised and methodical approach to tasks • Excellent accuracy skills

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209314237/Temporary-Receptionist/apply?sid=aa5322f2-b13f-4ebb-8245-6aaa1f051a5c

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.

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.

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.

Your Application has been sent


23/01/2019: 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


22/01/2019: APPLICATION: Part Time HR Support Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1554475

HR consultants Peninsula and follow their advice which will include, supporting manager Attend site forums and update forum minutes. Compile and send out offer letters. Compile and send Contracts of Employment and New Starter packs. Excellent interpersonal skills Great IT skills Experience in administration

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1554475

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_1951812?jobSource=findajob

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Part Time HR Support (Ref: 3485257)


22/01/2019: APPLICATION: Fundraising Sales AdvisorFind a Job Paul K Vickers Consultants

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1553094

We are seeking full time (35 hours a week) and part time staff to work on either door to door and/or on an events basis on behalf of various UK charities....Communication skills

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1553094

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 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.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job

22/01/2019: ACTION: Administration Officer; telephoned 01482 236460 Humber Community Advice Services (H-CAS)

https://northbankforum.org.uk/directory/listing/humber-community-advice-services-h-cas

http://h-cas.org.uk/ Humber Community Advice Services (H-Cas) Administration Officer (Part–time, Fixed Term contract until September 2020)

Main Purpose Performing administrative duties for the smooth running of H-CAS. Key Functions Administration • Office administration, filing, letter writing, form filling, etc. • Assisting in the creation & distribution of publicity materials to increase awareness, provide information and widen participation. Monitoring and Evaluation • To compile and maintain auditable records, both paper and electronic, of the H-CAS activities. • To maintain a database of project staff, volunteers, clients, partners and associated contacts. • Assist in arranging events, evaluations, client feedback, etc. Other Duties • Carry out such other duties as may be reasonably requested for the success of the H-CAS projects. PERSON SPECIFICATION Experience and Knowledge • Experience of office administration is essential. • Experience of working with Information Technology applications such as Microsoft Word and Excel. • Experience of working with people from diverse background, preferably with minority ethnic communities; or those who are marginalised or excluded. Qualities, Abilities and Skills • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. • Good interpersonal skills and a commitment to equality & diversity. • Enthusiasm, reliability and self-motivation, with a flexible approach to work. • Working as part of a team, with an ability to schedule work and manage deadlines. The closing date for receiving the applications is 30th January, 2019


21/01/2019: APPLICATION: Team Leader HU9 3JA Haven Veterinary Group

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1543186

Experience of supervising and motivating a team are two of the skills we are looking for. You will have a strong focus on customer service having previously undergone training.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1543186

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.

Lesson preparation was 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 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


21/01/2019: APPLICATION: from Data Processor 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


21/01/2019: APPLICATION: Driving Opportunity Find a Job MBC Innovations Limited

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1541142

...staff to assist with the movement of vehicles around a very busy new car pre delivery centre. You may also be required to move vehicles

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1541142

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

I have a keen analytical mind with an ability to write that cuts through to essentials and give a clear narrative of the issues involved.

I am always willing to develop professionally. I have a good interest in transport issues as evidenced on my website at (specifically) http://pluralist.co.uk/localities/choices.html#transit

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21/01/2019: 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


22/01/2018: 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


22/01/2018: 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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20/01/2019: APPLICATION: Shipping Administrator Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1537898

You will feel comfortable using Excel and creating formulas to track orders and progression. You will thrive on working within a fast paced environment which requires a strong team focus and work ethic. [Need] logistics, ideally from working within the shipping industry. [Know] export legislation

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1537898

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_1971090?jobSource=findajob

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/JOB_1971090/apply/?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_1971090

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Shipping Administrator (Ref: 3513836)


20/01/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator/Customer Service - Part Time Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1538204

You will have worked in a customer service environment previously and work with a high attention to detail. You will be IT savvy with the ability to pick up new systems quickly.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1538204

http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=TS5NYXRzb24uMTM0MjYuMTA2MzNAaGF5c3lvcmtzLmFwbGl0cmFrLmNvbQ

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_1971092?jobSource=findajob

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Administrator/Customer Service - Part Time (Ref: 3513729)


19/01/2019: APPLICATION: Recruitment Assistant Willerby, HU10 6ED Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1539468

You will be able to demonstrate excellent customer service skills, have experience of using Microsoft packages and have experience of undertaking recruitment administration.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1539468

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915418316

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

Relevant may be teaching experience as a form of communication set of skills.

I have a pastoral and sensitive yet focused quality to my communication, forged through teaching, website desig 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.

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.

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.

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.

I possess and have used Gantt project organising software.

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.

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.

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/486e6c9ca807dc2134c349c747c65d5e/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915418316

Job reference: 338-S5240A Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-175-292-871


19/01/2019: APPLICATION: Inbound Contact Centre Agent HU31XS Find a Job Cordant People

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1538062

Excellent customer service skills Ability to build good customer relationships Organised with good time management Able to work well in a team Ability to accurately enter data Strong communication skills

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1538062

http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=ZGFyY3kuY3J1eC4zMDk1OC4xMDYzM0BwcmltZXRpbWUuYXBsaXRyYWsuY29t

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for submitting your application.


18/01/2019: APPLICATION: Emergency Department Clerical Officer Just Added CV Library Prestige Recruitment Specialists

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/208581047/Emergency-Department-Clerical-Officer?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=0dcee491-f66d-4633-bb95-0bfef3a150ff

Preparing files Carrying out general office duties Answering the telephone Responding to queries Operating basis office equipment Data Inputting The ideal candidate will have: Reception experience Lorenzo experience is strongly preferred but not essential Excellent communication skills Organised and methodical approach to tasks Excellent accuracy skills

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/208581047/Emergency-Department-Clerical-Officer/apply?sid=0dcee491-f66d-4633-bb95-0bfef3a150ff

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.

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


18/01/2019: APPLICATION: Client Claims Administrator Find a Job Henderson Insurance Brokers Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1534154

• Administrative and computer skills • Excellent communication and negotiation skills • Accuracy and attention to detail • Ability to prioritise and organise own workload A good standard of education - GCSEs (A*-C), including English and Maths. IT / Keyboard skills are also important. Experience of Insurance or working on the Acturis system would be advantageous.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1534154

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 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 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 (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


17/01/2019: APPLICATION: Volunteer Coordinator (part time) £16000 to £18000 pro rata Find a Job Sight Support Hull & East Yorkshire

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1523365

The successful candidate will be self-motivated with excellent 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 clean driving license and use of a car, for the purposes of visiting organisations and assisting volunteers with travel, is required.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1523365

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.

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


17/01/2019: APPLICATION: Administration Support Find a Job Quaeritis Group -++https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1523509

Team player working with others to ensure tasks are achieved Excellent telephone manner for taking incoming calls on reception Excellent organisational, planning and prioritising skills Attention to detail for processing orders and ability to accurately record information received to ensure that customer expectations are met Ability to multitask Competence with IT Systems

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1523509

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 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 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.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


16/01/2019: APPLICATION: Sales Advisor Find a Job Quaeritis Group

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1513198

We're recruiting for Sales Advisors (Events) within our upbeat, ambitious, sociable Marketing teams! Daily access to one on one coaching: Sales, Customer Service, Marketing, Business Development, Team Leadership, Recruitment, Event Booking etc

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1513198

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 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.


16/01/2019: APPLICATION: Clerical Officer | Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust

Hull, HU3 2JZ

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1513784

37.5 hours per week on a specific project within the Diabetic Medicine Department within the Medicine Health Group. Excellent communication skills as well as organisational skills together with the ability to work well under pressure are also required.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1513784

http://jobs.hey.nhs.uk/job/UK/East_Yorkshire/Hull/Hull_East_Yorkshire_Hospitals_NHS_Trust/Diabetic_Medicine/Diabetic_Medicine-v1505013?ref=UniversalJobMatch&

Move to...

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915414019

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 desig 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.

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.

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.

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.

I possess and have used Gantt project organising software.

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.

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.

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/76d764aced2a527f66057129a2dc931b/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915414019

Job reference: 356-19-1505013 Employer: Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-175-182-731


15/01/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Support Administrator CV Library Just Added Search Consultancy

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209321324/Customer-Support-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=74044161-fcee-446a-b645-08332279230b

Have you got an empathetic and approachable personality to help and guide customers? Do you have a positive “can-do” attitude to work in a fast-paced environment? previous customer service and administrative office experience, as well skills of empathy to fit the role of a Customer Support Administrator. • Can provide evidence of sympathy and empathy in recent jobs or personal life • Letter writing • Able to work under pressure, in a fast paced environment, and evidence of this • Great attention to detail • Strong judgement of character • Exceptional communication skills, verbally and written • Computer skills with Microsoft: Excel and Word • Customer service or administration experience • Work well as a team and individually

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209321324/Customer-Support-Administrator/apply?sid=74044161-fcee-446a-b645-08332279230b

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 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 literacy and numeracy are at a levels of thesis and novel writing, with letter writing, and ability to handle quantitative data.

Your Application has been sent


15/01/2019: APPLICATION: Cancer Assessment Unit - Administrator Find a Job NHS Jobs - Catle Hill Hospital, Hull - Cottingham, HU16 5JQ

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1497510

Good communication skills and the ability to work with a multidisciplinary team are essential, as patients are cared for between ward and clinic areas. Previous experience working in secretarial and administrative services is essential

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1497510

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915407736

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 desig 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.

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.

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.

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.

I possess and have used Gantt project organising software.

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.

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.

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/07cd271a98ed96fa2baad35a54206f92/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915407736

Job reference: 356-19-1481712 Employer: Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-175-140-261


14/01/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist Find a Job Essential Employment Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1495574

To work on Reception in Warehouse 8 meeting and greeting visitors, redirecting when required, providing refreshments when requested, clearing, tidying away after meetings. Provide general administration support including photocopying, scanning and shredding. Monitoring responding to emails via generic mailbox, booking meeting rooms via an electronic room booking system. Distribution of incoming post.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1495574

https://www.essentialemploy.co.uk/job/receptionist-30/++No opportunity for cover note.

Your application has been sent.


14/01/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator Find a Job sodexo

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1495825

To manage visitor reception. To record all visitors and ensure a safety video is watched and relevant paper work filled in correctly. To answer switchboard. General administration duties. Record and order stationary for the client. Manage room booking system.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1495825

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 (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


13/01/2019: APPLICATION: Case Administrator CV Library Search Consultancy

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209309918/Case-Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=d9ad1daa-804d-448e-a05f-82e01b257744

• Able to work under pressure, in a fast paced environment, and evidence of this • Exceptional communication skills, verbally and written • Computer skills with Microsoft: Excel and Word • Customer service or administration experience • Work well as a team and individually

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209309918/Case-Administrator/apply?sid=d9ad1daa-804d-448e-a05f-82e01b257744

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. 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.

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.

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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13/01/2019: APPLICATION: Admin Supervisor Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1484332

We are looking to recruit a new team member whose responsibility it is to provide high quality administration to the NHS Continuing Healthcare (CHC) team and Mental Health Vulnerable Adults Team (MH) Applicants will be required to demonstrate effective communication and organisational skills; be able to work on their own initiative, both independently and within a team and must be able to prioritise workload and work effectively in a busy environment. Word processing, data input, filing, photocopying, use of electronic mail, diary management and note taking skills are basic requirements within the role. The post holder will be also be able to adapt to changing demands within the team and show commitment to support the delivery of a high standard of service to colleagues.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1484332

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915406166

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 desig 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 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.

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.

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.

I possess and have used Gantt project organising software.

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.

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.

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/a770fff00656307de9ee18aca01a345f/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915406166

Job reference: 102-SR-703 Employer: NHS Scarborough and Ryedale CCG Application reference: AR-175-066-409


12/01/2019: APPLICATION: Legal Assistant Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1479060

You will be the main administration support for the remortgage team working within their busy office. The job role will include; processing files, file acknowledgement, creating required documentation, client communication, general administration. This is an extremely varied role with no two days the same. You will be proficient in Microsoft office. 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://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1479060

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_1915259?jobSource=findajob

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/JOB_1915259/apply/?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_1915259

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Legal Assistant (Ref: 3421272)


12/01/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1492184

Administration support/Drug and Alcohol Service/ Hull

A compassionate empathetic nature due to the clients you will be dealing with along with a resilient personality. Good administration and IT skills. DBS clearance due to nature of role Own transport due to having to travel between offices Clinical experience advantageous.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1492184

https://m.hays.co.uk/job/JOB_1967280/apply?q=&jobSource=findajob&applyId=JOB_1967280&access=denied&id=

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Administrator (Ref: 3506045)


11/01/2019: APPLICATION: Recruitment Consultant Find a Job Quaeritis Group

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1487179

So if you are currently wondering where your training is, wondering when your promotion is going to be or just want to be earning more commission, then this will be the recruitment opportunity you are looking for.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1487179

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.

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 organised research timing and thesis writing; I write and order the narrative of a novel.

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11/01/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist Find a Job Britannia Hotels Ltd

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1486439

Britannia Royal Hull Hotel. As Receptionist you will be required to; • Check in and checkout guests and groups effectively. • Maximise room sales and to promote food and beverage facilities. • Provide information to guests on all hotel products and services. • Carry out cash handling, balancing floats • Answer telephone enquiries and take messages The successful candidate will be organised, punctual and well-presented, with excellent communication skills and customer service.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1486439

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.

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 (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job


10/01/2019: APPLICATION: Marketing and Communications Assistant Find a Job NHS Jobs

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1466268

...marketing, public relations, fundraising or sales environment and passion for the work of the hospice and the service it provides.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1466268

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/7c72b8bac85fd75b01647ba90890fa13/?vac_ref=915402608

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

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 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

Regarding receptionist skills, 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.

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.

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 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 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.

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.

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

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.

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.

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/e93fe51071e15ba21c8595ce244e7379/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915402608

Job reference: J181-A-19-35484 Employer: Central Advertising - Social Enterprises Application reference: AR-174-978-365


10/01/2019: APPLICATION: Legal Assistant Find a Job Hays Specialist Recruitment

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1479060

You will be the main administration support for the remortgage team working within their busy office. The job role will include; processing files, file acknowledgement, creating required documentation, client communication, general administration. This is an extremely varied role with no two days the same.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1479060

https://m.hays.co.uk/Job/Detail/JOB_1915259?jobSource=findajob

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for applying for the position of Legal Assistant (REF: 3421272)


09/01/2019: APPLICATION: Payroll Administrator Find a Job Jobs4 Network Limited

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/1433733

Candidate profile: • Intermediate on Excel • Strong communication skills • Ability to work to tight deadlines • Ability to multi-task

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/1433733

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.

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.

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.

Your application (including CV) has been successfully sent for this job.


09/01/2019: 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


08/01/2019: 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


08/01/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator CV Library Pin Point Recruitment

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209194421/Administrator?hlkw=Admin&search_location=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&sid=d183f166-5f49-461e-8546-3d5ff2109545

Administrators for general administration duties. This will include updating of spreadsheets and databases and will require good communications skills via email and telephone. - Proficiency in MS Office (MS Excel, MS Outlook, MS Word and MS PowerPoint, in particular) - Ability to learn new IT packages - Excellent time management skills and the ability to prioritize work - Attention to detail and problem-solving skills - Excellent written and verbal communication skills

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 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.

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 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. 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.

Your Application has been sent


08/01/2019: APPLICATION: [from Data Processor 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


07/01/2019: APPLICATION: Office and Admin Coordinator CV Library Colas Ltd

- Some general administration experience - Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint - Site administration experience (desirable) - Knowledge of BIM 360 (desirable) - Knowledge of Microsoft SharePoint (desirable) Personal Skills - Applies collaborative approach - Calmly deal with all situations in a controlled and considered manner - A team player - Compliance with company procedures - Vigorous attention to detail - Strong self-planning and organisational skills - Strong interpersonal skills - Strong verbal and written communication skills - Ambitious and self-motivated - Customer orientation and focus

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/209259765/Office-and-Admin-Coordinator/apply?sid=750f889a-c8fe-4500-a145-2bec0b2cdefc

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 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 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 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


07/01/2018: 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


07/01/2018: 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