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Showing Jobs searching 17/02/2020 to 01/03/2020; Number of listed applications is 12. (Extended Period Sickness)


01/03/2020: APPLICATION: Temporary Admin Support Hull CV Library Office Angels

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211800478/Temporary-Admin-Support?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-3_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU4MzY0NzcyNDqIwFqyCs_dNkma0kiR5gYZ6c6Kp6jV4cchlCwWcW_HDw&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=ecff3728-51a7-4633-a384-d9d4450c8c17&utm_term=job-3

The Adecco Group family of brands - be it via Adecco Retail, Badenoch & Clark, Office Angels...

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.

A speciality type administrative role was dealing with technical medical material in a medical library.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211800478/Temporary-Admin-Support/apply

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01/03/2020: APPLICATION: Part Time Administrator North Ferriby CV Library Manpower

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211796055/Part-Time-Administrator?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU4MzY0NzcyNDqIwFqyCs_dNkma0kiR5gYZ6c6Kp6jV4cchlCwWcW_HDw&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=ecff3728-51a7-4633-a384-d9d4450c8c17&utm_term=job-2

Book in jobs sent over from clients - including organising drivers Updating the website and various social media platforms Dealing with account queries Organising the hiring of tools and equipment Answering the office phones General office admin

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

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

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

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

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

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

I promote my website and others I manage with some SEO methods (economic meta data, blogging, social media, internal and external links, frequent updates, own searching) and use software to test its structures with diagrammatic tentacles. I offer evidence of my understanding of SEO issues at my website, directly to the page at https://www.pluralist.co.uk/learning/ict/seowebsitework.html

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

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211796055/Part-Time-Administrator/apply

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29/02/2020: APPLICATION: Service Administrator Hull, Edwards & Pearce British Jobs

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211793755/Service-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU4MzM4OTE1MjohjBfaY0n_8za43xYrkgzDBUXgLYTwM_6xbOjVty-rGw&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=7e3da54d-db4c-4c9d-a36c-829a2736975e&utm_term=job-1

*Administration support to the internal services teams, *Supplying information to the customers on request *Warm calling of customers to determine order processing *Helping with reports/other administration tasks *Maintaining an accessible and responsive relationships with the roles selected teams THE CANDIDATE: *Highly organised, ability to work under pressure *Microsoft Office Specialist Expert *Industry experience preferred *Preferred experience in usage of SAP *Must have administration experience *Positive can do attitude

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

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

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

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

My ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background and use in administration work. I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can type at around 50 wpm and peaked at 60 wpm. The Excel element of a recent ECDL was faultless. The NHS database was bespoke.

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.

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

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211793755/Service-Administrator/apply

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29/02/2020: APPLICATION: Branch Administrator/Resourcer Hull British Jobs Extra Personnel

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211785221/Branch-Administrator-Resourcer?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-4_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU4MzM4OTE1MjohjBfaY0n_8za43xYrkgzDBUXgLYTwM_6xbOjVty-rGw&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=7e3da54d-db4c-4c9d-a36c-829a2736975e&utm_term=job-4

Key areas of the Branch Administrator/Resourcer include: Daily plan maintenance Time-sheet control and payroll processing Assisting the service team with sourcing candidates and conducting interviews Responsibilities of the Branch Administrator/Resourcer to include: Building strong relationships with key contacts Running a strict interviewing and selection process Data entry of time sheets and payroll control Liaising with head office payroll support Working with the bespoke client internet time sheet systems General filing and organising of office paperwork Ensuring suitable candidates are available to assist with servicing clients Completion of weekly Payroll Ensure compliance in line with company policy (e.g. HMRC and RTW documentation) General administration Updating all aspects of our worker management system Being the first contact for all new potential candidates Both a good level of IT knowledge, particularly with MS Excel and a flexible approach to your working week is absolutely essential. The ideal candidate will have a track record of taking ownership and demonstrate the ability to communicate clearly and fairly.

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 and use in administration work.

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

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 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.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211785221/Branch-Administrator-Resourcer/apply

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24/02/2020: APPLICATION: Word Processing Administrator / Legal Administrator Hull Edwards & Pearce

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211769788/Word-Processing-Administrator-Legal-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU4MzEyOTUxNjr4A0e6YK5EUv-plQWaWKMggO_rgksj6D10WV7jBrH5FA&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=b9568132-8b80-4dd5-97fa-f4b5048c3a12&utm_term=job-2

*Scanning, printing and copying legal documents *Amending legal documents on the system *Adding data onto the internal system *Working from audio transcriptions *Keeping track of different versions of legal documents *Word processing of documents THE CANDIDATE: Attention to detail Good typing skills Excellent written and communication skills Strong administration skills Legal industry sector knowledge would be advantageous but not essential Working as part of a team

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.

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

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

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can 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.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211769788/Word-Processing-Administrator-Legal-Administrator/apply

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24/02/2020: APPLICATION: Part Time Store Admin Hull Furniture Village

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211764376/Part-Time-Store-Admin?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-3_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU4MzEyOTUxNjr4A0e6YK5EUv-plQWaWKMggO_rgksj6D10WV7jBrH5FA&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=b9568132-8b80-4dd5-97fa-f4b5048c3a12&utm_term=job-3

As a Store Administrator you will absolutely represent our brand and vision delivering fantastic, friendly customer service. Within this position you will work closely with our General Manager liaising with our customers and suppliers to ensure we deliver the best in after sales customer service levels. As part of the position you will also play a key role in the financial functions of a multi-million pound turn over store....enjoy working in a team environment, demonstrate great communication both verbal and written, have a flexible working attitude and able to take on various store challenges.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211764376/Part-Time-Store-Admin/apply

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21/02/2020: APPLICATION: Quality Assurance Administrator Hull Novum Personnel

The successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to work independently with meticulous attention to detail and be competent inputting data into Microsoft Excel and Access Databases Careful. An accurate and methodical working pattern is essential to this role. You will also be required to work to tight deadlines whilst performing to a very high standard very high. This makes the role very challenging and work cross over is common

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211742336/Quality-Assurance-Administrator/apply

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20/02/2020: APPLICATION: Administrative Assistant Zettria

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

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

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

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20/02/2020: 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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17/02/2020: 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

Thank You For Applying. We are currently hiring for different positions!


17/02/2020: 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 g22/ive 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

Thank You For Applying. We are currently hiring for different positions!


17/02/2020: APPLICATION: Customer Service Advisor in http://zettria.com/account-assistant-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

Thank You For Applying. We are currently hiring for different positions!


Showing Jobs searching 03/02/2020 to 16/02/2020; Number of listed applications is 13. (Extended Period Sickness)


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16/02/2020: APPLICATION: Sales Administrator Hull British Jobs Mynt Recruitment

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211717495/Sales-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU4MjM1MTgyODrSAVy9SfLWqHA5tuSa-5yXlmhsznsXWhIEBaeVRbeYPA&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=2d3bd579-0847-40a4-9a3a-51e72fae1724&utm_term=job-2

can you start immediately Yes do you drive Yes do you have relevant experience Yes

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

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

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

A speciality type administrative role was dealing with technical medical material in a medical library.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211717495/Sales-Administrator/apply

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16/02/2020: APPLICATION: Administrator, Receptionist Hull British Jobs Arlington Moore Search & Selection Ltd

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211723825/Administrator-Receptionist?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU4MjM1MTgyODrSAVy9SfLWqHA5tuSa-5yXlmhsznsXWhIEBaeVRbeYPA&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=2d3bd579-0847-40a4-9a3a-51e72fae1724&utm_term=job-1

Providing administrative support to the Company including HR administration Answering and transferring calls Dealing with emails and post Filing & scanning Dealing with supplier invoices, remittances and subcontractor CIS statements Entering Tradesmen’s timesheets and mileage costs onto Sage Key requirements A good understanding of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook systems Good attention to detail and an ability to organise in a busy environment Excellent telephone manner Able to work full time 8.30am – 5pm Flexible approach

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

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

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

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

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can 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 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 am flexible regarding 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.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211723825/Administrator-Receptionist/apply

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14/02/2020: APPLICATION: Receptionist/ Administrator Hull Grafton Recruitment

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211687262/Receptionist-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU4MjE3OTI4NDp-1U5Mp8RxWCZ6zz8D7ObijlvkIFZRhL_Rh63b2Pgyhw&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=2aab21e5-d481-4d2b-9c08-ca672937d0fa&utm_term=job-1

- Be the first point of contact for all visitors - Answer all incoming calls in a professional and courteous manner - Direct any calls to the required team member or assist where possible - Manage all enquiries efficiently - Assist with accounts processing work where required i.e. raising invoices - General administration duties to support senior team members THE CANDIDATE - Experience in a similar role is preferred - Face to face customer service experience - Excellent telephone manner - Competency with Microsoft Office 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.

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

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

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

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

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

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211687262/Receptionist-Administrator/apply

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11/02/2020: APPLICATION: Temporary Document / Project Administrator Hull CV Library Edwards & Pearce

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211671479/Temporary-Document-Project-Administrator?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU4MTgzMzM0NTrnqtTgDh7hUBgZLHN2cXah3E8-E30ZRC2X-MtBmWnkvA&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=337affb2-5390-4e6f-b6f0-c7ad2a7400f7&utm_term=job-2

Confidence using your own initiative is essential for this role You must be confident speaking to internal and external parties Able to support and work in a small team A person who can pick thing's up quickly Able to multi-task Somebody who is able to work to tight and ever changing deadlines Immediate availability is needed for this role If you have supported in a graphics, project or documentation based role that would be an advantage

Have communicated as a teacher. 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 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 used many different and complementary art programs in my voluntary work as a magazine compiler that also feed into Desk Top Publishing and Word Processing in building up .PDF pages towards the final production.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211671479/Temporary-Document-Project-Administrator/apply

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11/02/2020: APPLICATION: Site Administrator Hull CV Library Prestige Recruitment Specialists

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211638898/Site-Administrator?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU4MTMxNDY4NTrU5-3v9ePnJsn4ns0SA__VbukJbLyLyHm16mZUOyeJDw&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=5df45db7-51ac-4f8d-8f9b-1945f42a2cb6&utm_term=job-1

The role will include elements of payroll, dealing with personell files and holidays. This will also inclde creating and setting up of new startings on bespoke systems. General office administration Liasing

Do you drive and have your own transport Yes

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

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

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

A speciality type administrative role was dealing with technical medical material in a medical library.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211638898/Site-Administrator/apply

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11/02/2020: APPLICATION: School Administrator, Hull Hull CV Library Belmont Recruitment

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211642502/School-Administrator-Hull?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-4_full-details&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU4MTQwMTE3NzoDyjq5QvbHA3uVmsYjGDKYlh5dNHRTG-edfyNaqKki6g&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=ac7378e7-107c-4742-8733-578229cfb242&utm_term=job-4

Providing background information for all key meetings in advance to ensure that Managers are fully prepared Updating and maintaining specific databases and spreadsheets, inputting and extracting data and assisting with validation Providing a wider range of office based services – diary management, creating PowerPoint presentations, preparing reports and letters, and sending emails on behalf of the Headteacher Liaising with internal staff and external agencies to obtain, research, analyse and collate complex and confidential information The ideal candidate for this position will have experience of withing within a busy office environment, have excellent IT and organisational skills, and have knowledge surrounding the Education Sector.

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

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

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 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.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211642502/School-Administrator-Hull/apply

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07/02/2020: APPLICATION: Customer Service Administrator Hull British Jobs Adecco

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211667609/Customer-Service-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-4_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU4MTY2MDc5ODp5f3rfqv9fXydKKS05cGcjcO91U_NxHhY044NQ2ywHgA&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=7cbed8c1-6fcb-41f6-b4b0-b650a21bbed7&utm_term=job-4

Customer Service, telephone and face to face Administration Liaising with the factory and warehouse managers for order processing Data Input Quality Control... suit a candidate that is looking to learn office management and has the ability to liaise with clients and staff members at all levels.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211667609/Customer-Service-Administrator/apply

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05/02/2020: APPLICATION: Receptionist/ Administrator Hull British Jobs Kingston Recruitment

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211654706/RECEPTIONIST-ADMINISTRATOR?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU4MTQ4Nzg2MzoXuAo1WmxXth_fW4cXzBXtv0zOclcyWu2Ek5oUCyCdmA&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=87801b33-f155-44a2-87d9-0ec09a3c3cea&utm_term=job-2

Creating a reception function in order to answer calls and greet visitors Directing calls through to relevant staff and departments Handling all incoming emails to the company and prioritising and allocating when and where required Assisting the accounts department with the processing of invoices Arranging meetings for senior management and sending out necessary paperwork Assisting with the extraction of data and transposing information across to new systems Any other associated duties to assist the administrative processes of the business

Do you have experience of working on a reception in a Head Office function No

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.

A speciality type administrative role was dealing with technical medical material in a medical library.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211654706/RECEPTIONIST-ADMINISTRATOR/apply

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05/02/2020: APPLICATION: Customer Service Advisor in http://zettria.com/account-assistant-job-application [via its drop down box - it does not have its own webpage].

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

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

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

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

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05/02/2020: APPLICATION: Administrative Assistant Zettria

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

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

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

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05/02/2020: 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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03/02/2020: 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

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03/02/2020: 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 g22/ive it a classification and then enter this into a database. I have also recorded data into spreadsheets and made reports, this within a team and prioritising.

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

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

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

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

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02/02/2020: APPLICATION: Clerical Support CV Library On Line People Limited

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211576725/Clerical-Support?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-7_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU4MDM2NTAwMDo3x5eQ0wiqVW-5E3h73v2-kS9Kw48X88uQxBLbmRypjw&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=505c1103-40bc-43b1-8a6d-3ab515e174af&utm_term=job-7

Critical skills Able to work under pressure Confident and works well within a team Ability to understand user needs, interact with the businesses. Flexible and adaptable to change Essential Qualifications Excellent computer skills with high accuracy typing speed rate.

do you have pha scribe experience No

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 and use in administration work.

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

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.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211576725/Clerical-Support/apply

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31/01/2020: APPLICATION: Weighbridge Assistant Elsham Education World

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211620445/Weighbridge-Assistant?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU4MDk2OTIwNjolP98HF4h5LIHmEiYTekwMAhT_gp4OX_Z4rKGk560b2Q&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=d0365e87-71d7-41d5-a4dc-f4cb675e7791&utm_term=job-2

An opportunity has arisen for a Weighbridge Assistant to join the existing team. The successful candidate will have previous weighbridge experience and will be conversant with the Microsoft Package. Main duties will include Weighbridge Operations, Data Entry, Maintaining Records and General Administration. This vacancy is being advertised on behalf of Temp-Team Limited.

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 MS Office software packages.

A speciality type administrative role was dealing with technical medical material in a medical library.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211620445/Weighbridge-Assistant/apply

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30/01/2020: APPLICATION: Administrator Just Added Hull British Jobs PE Global International

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211619999/Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU4MDk2OTIwNjolP98HF4h5LIHmEiYTekwMAhT_gp4OX_Z4rKGk560b2Q&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=16f6727c-a2bc-4a0f-ae7d-965d37848c10&utm_term=job-1

2+ years experience in a systems administrative role. • Strong MS Word, MS Excel and database skills. • Document management systems experience would be beneficial. • Ability to learn new systems/softwares quickly • Experience in a regulated or Quality controlled environment would be beneficial.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211619999/Administrator/apply

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29/01/2020: APPLICATION: Customer Service Administrator Hull CV Library Search Consultancy

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211609039/Customer-Service-Administrator?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-6_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU4MDg4MzA1OTrV8GKM15fs3nKP2K8Ok-fyR-GSfAlArrTh-1v-AJf_HA&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=6dc8c9fc-4fcc-4b20-862f-f850e5d4e601&utm_term=job-6

Proven skills in a Customer Service administrative role or similar * Customer centric approach is essential * Experience of dealing with Vulnerable customers is desirable * Be flexible and adaptable to a continuously changing environment * Strong attention to detail * Experience of operating multiple systems simultaneously * Excellent planning and organisational skills * Ability to manage own workload of daily allocated tasks * Strong verbal and written communication skills, it is essential to be competent with Microsoft Office, particularly Word and Excel * Evidence of working to tight deadlines and delivering results under pressure is an advantage * Integrity, flexibility and a 'can do' attitude are essential. * Able to work as part of a team, individually and under minimal supervision * Professional approach to work and 'going the extra' mile

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.

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.

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

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

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

I 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.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211609039/Customer-Service-Administrator/apply

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27/01/2020: APPLICATION: Word Processing Administrator / Legal Administrator Hull British Jobs Edwards & Pearce

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211597272/Word-Processing-Administrator-Legal-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU4MDcxMDUzNTrq_jcM6kj3g41l1nGyT5JaToIVAez2FUJ6Eg0vO7Xi2A&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=5bebf420-a6dd-41a5-a7c6-28f8c8865d86&utm_term=job-1

*Scanning, printing and copying legal documents *Amending legal documents on the system *Adding data onto the internal system *Working from audio transcriptions *Keeping track of different versions of legal documents *Word processing of documents THE CANDIDATE: Attention to detail Good typing skills Excellent written and communication skills Strong administration skills Legal industry sector knowledge would be advantageous but not essential Working as part of a team

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

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

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

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

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211597272/Word-Processing-Administrator-Legal-Administrator/apply

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24/01/2020: APPLICATION: Clerical Officer NHS Jobs Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/e9a6f2d6779d081121d0d77799e3b585/?vac_ref=915922709

Working within a dedicated team, you will be the first line contact for the department, assist in data collation and inputting of data into trust systems, minute taking and general administration. You will be required to liaise with a range of departments therefore excellent communication and interpersonal skills are essential to the role with an ability to be able to work proactively without direct supervision.

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 worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters. Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

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

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

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

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

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

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

I 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 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.

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.

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

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

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

I am flexible regarding 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 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 am committed to inclusion beyond multiculturalism (I have written about this social aim in the Hull Unitarian Magazine that I write), had experience of managing young people in education and also understand the responsibilities and restrictions of data protection.

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

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. 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/e48505254100811ae3df22e6e4418853/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915922709

Job reference: 356-20-2215020 Employer: Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Application reference: AR-188-006-559


23/01/2020: APPLICATION: Administrator Just Added Beverley Mynt Recruitment

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211576738/Administrator?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU4MDM2NTAwMDo3x5eQ0wiqVW-5E3h73v2-kS9Kw48X88uQxBLbmRypjw&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=505c1103-40bc-43b1-8a6d-3ab515e174af&utm_term=job-1

Administration duties Speaking with customers, contractors and suppliers Diary management Social media posts Credit Control Purchasing Customer service General office duties

Do you have 3 years or more previous administration experience Yes Do you have 3 years or more previous customer service experience No Do you have excellent IT skills including all Microsoft Office packages Yes

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

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

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

I 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 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 am a user of social media with public and friends settings and blog (integrated with my long-standing website by menu).

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211576738/Administrator/apply

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22/01/2020: 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

Thank You For Applying. We are currently hiring for different positions!


22/01/2020: 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

Thank You For Applying. We are currently hiring for different positions!


22/01/2020: 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

Thank You For Applying. We are currently hiring for different positions!


21/01/2020: APPLICATION: Customer Service Representative British Jobs Interaction Recruitment

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211556866/Customer-Service-Representative?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU4MDE5MTU4NzpYjkl3wiNh_AU0kbp1qBVR3UR2LF-WcITCshyqk1Ua3g&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=32e363e9-83cb-4520-a801-196616b9f41c&utm_term=job-2

As first point of contact for all existing and new customers you will process customer sales orders, provide quotations, process customer invoices, organise deliveries, update customers records accurately and generally account manage all existing customer enquiries. Working in busy & thriving office and responsible for a group of key clients, you have an excellent telephone manner and the confidence to maintain a high level of customer service. This role requires you to have the ability to remain calm under pressure and have full ownership of client enquires from start to finish. You will determine the information you advise clients with when dealing with all account response and queries. Excellent customer service experience is required ideally within a retail administration or manufacturing or distribution environment. If you have great customer service and administration skills and are looking for a great career opportunity then please do apply – I would love to hear from you.

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.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211556866/Customer-Service-Representative/apply

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20/01/2020: APPLICATION: Customer Service Advisor in http://zettria.com/account-assistant-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

Thank You For Applying. We are currently hiring for different positions!


20/01/2020: APPLICATION: Administration Assistant NHS Jobs Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/showvac/3jJ7lU/5453415/915923316

The role will include general administration duties with in the GP practices dealing with patients face to face and over the telephone.

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 worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters. Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

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

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

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

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

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

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

I 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 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.

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.

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

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

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

I am flexible regarding 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 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 am committed to inclusion beyond multiculturalism (I have written about this social aim in the Hull Unitarian Magazine that I write), had experience of managing young people in education and also understand the responsibilities and restrictions of data protection.

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

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. 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/94190f13a91439fdd92164693635cffa/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915923316

Job reference: 338-5960B-19 Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-187-816-247


20/01/2020: 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

Thank You For Applying. We are currently hiring for different positions!



20/01/2020: ACTION: RESPONSE: Subject: sales admin role - unsuccessful From: Lindsay Macpherson <lindsay@diverse-employment.co.uk>

Dear Adrian, Ref: Your Application Thank you for taking the time to apply for a position through us. After a thorough review of your application I regret to inform you that you have been unsuccessful at this time. However, please re visit our website as it is quite possible you would be more suited to a different role.


20/01/2020: ACTION: RESPONSE: Subject: Print Coordinator role - unsuccessful From: Lindsay Macpherson <lindsay@diverse-employment.co.uk>

Dear Adrian, Ref: Your Application Thank you for taking the time to apply for a position through us. After a thorough review of your application I regret to inform you that you have been unsuccessful at this time. However, please re visit our website as it is quite possible you would be more suited to a different role.


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19/01/2020: APPLICATION: Office Admin CV Library Manpower

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211539673/Office-Admin?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU4MDAxODcwODqGb_UOejHeVzEKfpz9JZyk6HLhVExrzRqyWPxU70kN8g&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=5108f082-66f9-4893-b6e5-b1699f75bf6f&utm_term=job-1

Duties for this position include answering the phone, opening post, typing quotes, dealing with queries, organising office supplies inventory, document controller, greeting visitors etc.

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.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211539673/Office-Admin/apply

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19/01/2020: APPLICATION: Graphics Coordinator / Administrator Hull CV Library Edwards & Pearce

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211536383/Graphics-Coordinator-Administrator?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-3_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3OTkzMjM4MTq2yhvoB9PCPnGlyOS3yQUejWiL4KysIyplgDqkSEpe4g&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=3d6eb6fd-23d0-4209-a090-459c7b218c76&utm_term=job-3

You will ideally have supported in a graphic or packaging based role Be confident dealing with data Have good attention to detail skills You must be able to work to tight deadlines Support and work in a team orientated environment Planning and organisational skills Good communication skills

I have produced artwork and design for a printed and online magazine; I use a variety of artistic software and co-ordinate them together. Evidence of this is available online at my website http://www.pluralist.co.uk and click on Galleries on the top menu or go directly to http://www.pluralist.co.uk/gallery.html. There are images of all categories, some of it originating on canvas and then scanned and some at the computer itself.

I use a whole variety of art software packages, from drawing to simulated painting and photographic manipulation, raster and vector, for online and printing. These also integrate with Desk Top Publishing and .PDF production.

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

I have 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.

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

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

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211536383/Graphics-Coordinator-Administrator/apply

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18/01/2020: APPLICATION: Receptionist Administrator CV Library Hays Office Support

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211521909/Receptionist-Administrator?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3OTY3MzIwNzqYUSLpRd64hzAInSCGYpcFOVujm5k8v0BTQ9v9jLuGXA&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=57b2a76d-7ad0-4a42-ab89-9ac3c479ccbb&utm_term=job-2

Reception duties Answering the telephone General admin duties Photocopying/Scanning Ad-hoc Reports Dealing with customers coming into the office Switchboard duties

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.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211521909/Receptionist-Administrator/apply

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18/01/2020: APPLICATION: Payments Administrator Hull Just Added British Jobs Kingston Recruitment

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211547618/Payments-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3OTkzMjM4Mjq3eVT4Yio0zc225gDKQ54tgzSmyrBXWcExUpE3koX__Q&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=49bf97fa-2c99-4351-a54b-43ba1f3b5200&utm_term=job-1

The ideal candidate will have general accounts experience and be able to produce accurate work within a very busy and varied role. Confident IT skills are essential

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.

A speciality type administrative role was dealing with technical medical material in a medical library.

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17/01/2020: APPLICATION: Print Co-ordinator Elsham British Jobs Diverse Employment

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211509335/Print-Co-ordinator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-6_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3OTU5MDcwMzo9C20PEiUpEPr6Vz1d5T95fcG7VreA2KyrVtY_NqE9rg&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=c4d22b31-3a8e-4266-b700-a6c5940977e3&utm_term=job-6

The Role: Key Responsibilities of the Print Co-ordinator will include Order processing Liaising with customers and print houses Generating quotes for new and existing clients Co-ordinating and reconciling month end stock figures with the printers for the Finance Manager Produce stock reports for customers Checking and controlling Artwork from the customer to the print houses Updating and controlling spreadsheets on a daily basis The Person Specification: Attitudes & Qualities: Excellent communication skills both written and verbal Excellent organisational skills Must be practical A good eye for attention to detail 100% committed & ability to work under pressure and to deadlines Must be a good team player Be hands on and flexible in your approach to work Work to high standards Essentials Required: Qualifications / Skills & Experience Excellent written and verbal English Good mathematic skills and understanding of numeric data Good knowledge of Microsoft Excel (spreadsheets) and Word Excellent IT/Keyboard skills Accuracy and attention to detail Excellent communication skills Cope under pressure and work to tight deadlines Be able to work on own initiative but also to take direction and work as part of a team

Are you an excellent communicator (verbal and written) Yes Are you outgoing with an excellent telephone manner 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 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.

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

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

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

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

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17/01/2020: APPLICATION: Operational Administrator Hull British Jobs Hays Office Support

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211532790/Operational-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3OTc1OTYwNzqEnEonoWQNS0HfVp_JXMJclLE33VPrk1thwiADnfu1jA&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=5e354316-0baf-446e-9047-4e40977a55a9&utm_term=job-1

Working closely with all teams to improve effectiveness and service delivery, you will be skilled in administration and customer correspondence. Responsibilities will include updating systems, written correspondence, discussion around sensitive information, answering telephone-based queries and working to KPI's. What you'll need to succeed As a confident and perceptive individual, you will have previous administration experience. With excellent communication and administration skills you will have the ability to work within a fast-paced environment whilst maintaining attention to detail.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

A speciality type administrative role was dealing with technical medical material in a medical library.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211532790/Operational-Administrator/apply

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16/01/2020: APPLICATION: Receptionist NHS Jobs Central Advertising - General Practitioners

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/showvac/3jJ7lU/5453415/915917198

The applicant must be able to work between 8a.m. and 6.30p.m. for a minimum of 19 hrs a week up to 37.5 hrs a week.

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 design and magazine writing; this includes telephone work, with the product of clarity for each given audience.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/apply/8622bd9b4b75b40bc48bc1f86b0089c7/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915917198

Job reference: J180-A-20-360852 Employer: Central Advertising - General Practitioners Application reference: AR-187-684-333


16/01/2020: APPLICATION: Administration Hull CV Library Akton Recruitment

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211515310/Administration?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3OTc1OTYwNzqEnEonoWQNS0HfVp_JXMJclLE33VPrk1thwiADnfu1jA&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=5722b0d9-428b-4c9a-8a03-e64cd8ad3757&utm_term=job-1

Clerical Officers may be based at any Council location and will be responsible for carrying out a full range of clerical, secretarial, administrative and customer service duties. The post holder will assume other delegated duties relevant to the post reasonably assigned by the Administrative Assistant including participation in the interchange of duties / location to cover annual leave / other absences. The council anticipate an increase in call volumes after introduction of new collection service and the successful wil be expected to have good communication and customer handling 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 RSA III and ECDL qualifications, but a recent use in producing websites and magazines far exceeds these qualifications. I have active and creative IT use across a variety of Office software packages.

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

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

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

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

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.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211515310/Administration/apply

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16/01/2020: ACTION: RESPONSE: Subject: ALS 2044 Recruitment Administrator From: Rebecca Thane <Rebecca.Thane@agendalifesciences.co.uk>

Good Afternoon Adrian, Re: ALS 2044 Recruitment Administrator Thank you for your interest with respect to the above position and for sending us a copy of your C.V. After careful consideration, I regret to advise you that you have not been selected for an interview on this occasion and therefore we shall not be taking your application any further at this stage. As we are experiencing high numbers of applications, please do not reapply for this role.


15/01/2020: APPLICATION: Sales Administrator Hull British Jobs Edwards & Pearce

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211518312/Sales-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3OTY3MzIwNzqYUSLpRd64hzAInSCGYpcFOVujm5k8v0BTQ9v9jLuGXA&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=5e8d0370-e6a2-417d-9816-d96f22742db6&utm_term=job-1

*Customer focused and a proven track record in delivering an excellent service *Previous experience of processing orders *Experience supporting a sales team would be advantageous *Positive and proactive attitude with a good team approach *Confident professional nature, a self starter with drive to deliver *Experience in manufacturing setting would be advantageous *Microsoft Office skills (including Excel) *Possess excellent communication skills and organisation skills *Sage experience is an advantage but full training will be given

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

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

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

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

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

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

I have 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.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211518312/Sales-Administrator/apply

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15/01/2020: APPLICATION: Customer Service Executive HU1 British Jobs Edwards & Pearce

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211519023/Customer-Service-Executive?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3OTY3MzIwNzqYUSLpRd64hzAInSCGYpcFOVujm5k8v0BTQ9v9jLuGXA&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=5e8d0370-e6a2-417d-9816-d96f22742db6&utm_term=job-2

*Previous experience in pharmaceutical or manufacturing would be an advantage *Strong communication skills at all levels is essential *Previous advantage of using SAP *Ability to work well within a small team *A positive attitude and a 'can do' approach *IT Skills essential including Microsoft office packages, minimum Excel. *Ability to work under pressure to tight deadlines

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

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

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

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

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

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

I 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.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211519023/Customer-Service-Executive/apply

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14/01/2020: APPLICATION: Sales Administrator British Jobs Diverse Employment

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211509202/Sales-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3OTU5MDcwMzo9C20PEiUpEPr6Vz1d5T95fcG7VreA2KyrVtY_NqE9rg&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=c4d22b31-3a8e-4266-b700-a6c5940977e3&utm_term=job-1

Monitoring ongoing orders to ensure Customer deadlines are met Produce Stock Reports for Customers Get involved in Customer Quotations Help and assist customers as their first point of contact. Provide assistance with orders, call off requirements, complaints, sample requests and quotations Use of initiative to identify and follow up opportunities with Companies in Market Sectors that are of interest Manage Company Records to a high degree of accuracy to ensure all key staff can monitor progress Liaise effectively with all Departments to ensure customer requirements are met The Person Specification: Attitudes & Qualities: Excellent communication skills both written and verbal Excellent organisational skills Must be practical A good eye for attention to detail 100% committed & ability to work under pressure and to deadlines Must be a good team player Be hands on and flexible in your approach to work Work to high standards Essentials Required: Qualifications / Skills & Experience Excellent written and verbal English Good mathematic skills and understanding of numeric data Good knowledge of Microsoft Excel (spreadsheets) and Word Excellent IT/Keyboard skills Accuracy and attention to detail Excellent communication skills Cope under pressure and work to tight deadlines Be able to work on own initiative but also to take direction and work as part of a team

Are you an excellent communicator (verbal and written) Yes Are you outgoing with an excellent telephone manner Yes Do you have previous experience in a similar role Yes

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

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

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

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

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 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.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211509202/Sales-Administrator/apply

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14/01/2020: APPLICATION: Contract Administrator Just Added British Jobs AndersElite

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211514964/Contract-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3OTU5MDcwMzo9C20PEiUpEPr6Vz1d5T95fcG7VreA2KyrVtY_NqE9rg&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=c4d22b31-3a8e-4266-b700-a6c5940977e3&utm_term=job-2

Communication with the Client, Consultants and subcontractors. Responsible for maintaining and optimising document control procedures Development and maintenance of Standard Operating Procedures Preparation and delivery of Framework reporting requirements Development and delivery of monthly KPI and Framework delivery statistics Working with the Supply Chain to monitor and coordinate the reporting process, providing timely and accurate reports for project and process governance. Assisting with the monitoring of framework resourcing Carrying out research and analysing information Managing actions and risks logs Setting up Lessons Learned sessions and driving continuous improvement Assisting with the integration of Lessons Learned outcomes into wider business processes. Coordination and participation in the Innovation Hub Coordination and participation in the Learning and Development programme Coordinating and facilitating meetings

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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 organised people and activities in a student study skills library setting.

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

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211514964/Contract-Administrator/apply

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13/01/2020: APPLICATION: Administrator Howden British Jobs Prestige Recruitment Specialists

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211457505/Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_seven-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3OTUwNDQ3MDr8GAgFI4TpVgO9AJX7HAEmtmVfOqVuur8e40zxWVQNgg&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=a038ac08-bf70-469b-8aa8-a7cec7484bef&utm_term=other-job-1

Knowledge of IFS system. Strong IT knowledge, including use of Microsoft Office. Organizational skills. Time management. Flexibility, commitment and punctuality.

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

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

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 possess and have used Gantt project organising software.

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 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.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211457505/Administrator/apply

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12/01/2020: APPLICATION: Administrator British Jobs Prestige Recruitment Specialists

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211457522/Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_seven-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3OTMzMTc0NTrA8kgCX8lGYG5Q4GkZNzJSY7LsIQJ7Fn81RoScZTNG5g&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=0395d52d-36a0-471c-8245-12706513ea11&utm_term=other-job-1

Warehouse experience would be an advantage but not essential. Organizational skills. Time management. Flexibility, commitment and punctuality. Knowledge of IFS system. Strong IT knowledge, including use of Microsoft Office.

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 and use in administration work.

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

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 possess and have used Gantt project organising software.

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.

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211457522/Administrator/apply

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11/01/2020: APPLICATION: Administration Manager Hull Just Added CV Library Arlington Moore Search & Selection Ltd

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211501036/Administration-Manager?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3OTMzMTcxODqOxvyLoh_BRYKqR8kJw-x8_YHLVmbzVt-6EVh_a783rQ&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=8bdffdd5-5ef4-4156-865c-3327c25f2062&utm_term=job-1

Carrying out office administration duties within a multi-disciplined team within a busy office environment Processing invoices and purchase orders Keeping accurate records and dealing with confidential documents Providing quotes to customers and following up Arranging travel and accommodation for senior Management and Directors Producing technical documents and ensuring the accurate inputting of data Managing the admin function within the department We are looking for candidates who have experience within a similar role and would prefer candidates with the following skills and experience:-Excellent knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Outlook and Excel Good numeracy skills and experience within accounts Good written communication skills

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

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

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.

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.

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.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211501036/Administration-Manager/apply

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11/01/2020: APPLICATION: Administration Assistant, Beverley CV Library Belmont Recruitment

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211490287/Administration-Assistant-Beverley?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3OTMzMTcxODqOxvyLoh_BRYKqR8kJw-x8_YHLVmbzVt-6EVh_a783rQ&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=8bdffdd5-5ef4-4156-865c-3327c25f2062&utm_term=job-2

As an Administrator, you will also be dealing with the deliveries of goods and services, stationary and stock control by managing invoices and payment processing. You may also be required to handle petty cash and cover reception duties within this post. The ideal candidate for this position will have experience of working within a busy office environment, be IT literate and have knowledge of Microsoft Office Applications. Having excellent telephone communication and timekeeping skills is also a necessity for this role.

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

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

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.

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

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211490287/Administration-Assistant-Beverley/apply

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10/01/2020: APPLICATION: Document Controller Hull CV Library Build Space Group Ltd

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211466100/Document-Controller?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-3_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3OTE4MzI2ODrG9qu8OVS9g2lXlGLuw4HCFTrSbOxwiaKo2rUDwHc5Ew&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=b350f65c-7f32-4050-b9b2-4d85ed6e6bc0&utm_term=job-3

- Reviewing site documents. - Distributing documents to the relevant managers. - Uploading documents to the online database. - Welcoming all personnel & clients. - Establishing and maintaining Site Files in accordance with Management Systems. - Liaising between the managers & head office. - Circulating documents and drawings to the site management team and relevant sub-contractors. - Day to day administration including answering phone calls, responding to enquiries, photocopying etc. - Collecting electronic copy of the latest document revision prior to documents being issued. Experienced Required: - Experience working with a Construction Main Contractor. - Excellent IT skills - MS Office (Word, Excel, Power Point) - Professional, organised, enthusiastic, can use ones own initiative

Do you ave experience working in the Construction industry No

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

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

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

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

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

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

I 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.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211466100/Document-Controller/apply

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10/01/2020: APPLICATION: Administrator CV Library Prestige Recruitment Specialists Cottingham

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211483203/Administrator?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3OTE4MzI2ODrG9qu8OVS9g2lXlGLuw4HCFTrSbOxwiaKo2rUDwHc5Ew&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=b350f65c-7f32-4050-b9b2-4d85ed6e6bc0&utm_term=job-1

The roles available are for Administrators with the preferable experience typing. We have both part time and full time positions available on a temporary ongoing basis. General administration work Supporting secretarial teams Typing letters and notes Listening to dictations

Are you available immediately Yes Do you have previous experience in a similar role Yes

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

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

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

A speciality type administrative role was dealing with technical medical material in a medical library.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211483203/Administrator/apply

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09/01/2020: APPLICATION: Recruitment Administrator Hull British Jobs Agenda Life Sciences

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211470778/Recruitment-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-4_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3OTA5NjgzOTrIe0MHz1HY4QzdThxyFwYluH7dIQqYHfmQlUjSnjAqkg&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=3300131a-7c70-4e9d-89ac-364211e77b41&utm_term=job-4

Be professional, efficient and organised, with a self-motivated approach Have the ability to thrive under pressure and prioritize your workload Possess strong communication skills via telephone, email and face to face, with colleagues, clients and candidates alike Previous experience within recruitment or telesales is beneficial Be well presented, articulate and have confidence in showing initiative Be computer literate and show the ability to understand new software quickly Minimum of 5 GCSE’s (or equivalent) including Maths and English graded A - C What we will expect from you Maintain consistent client and candidate contact on behalf of the consultants Respond to candidates, prepare CV’s and arrange interviews Resource suitable candidates via jobs boards, advert responses and other mediums Promote the online presence and web advertising of the business through creating mailshots, adverts, blogs and monitor the website live chat Lead generation and business development through telesales Maintain the recruitment database

Do you have a full driving licence and your own car Yes

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

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

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.

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

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

From research to administration I have given attention to both qualitative and quantitative details, with an ability to summary-read, edit and check back that what has been written is correct.

I understand the necessary and time-limited basis of data protection.

People skills come from handling pupils and students of all ages, carrying out face to face interviews in education work and research, and dealing in pastoral situations with training.

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09/01/2020: APPLICATION: Customer Service Administrator Hull British Jobs Hays Office Support

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211458472/Customer-Service-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-6_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3OTA5NjgzOTrIe0MHz1HY4QzdThxyFwYluH7dIQqYHfmQlUjSnjAqkg&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=3300131a-7c70-4e9d-89ac-364211e77b41&utm_term=job-6

The ability to provide a high level of customer service in a fast paced demanding enviornment Good attention to detail Strong work ethic Excellent IT 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 ICT talents are broad and sharp, with a very strong educational background and use in administration work.

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

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

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211458472/Customer-Service-Administrator/apply

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08/01/2020: APPLICATION: Temporary Data Collections Administrator Hull CV Library Edwards & Pearce

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211453433/Temporary-Data-Collections-Administrator?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3ODkyNDAzNzoby3KlxL86mf91xZk8uaXFSwSGJdeT4GnzyS1kEbIn7g&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=86bdf8f7-f12c-4f3e-b633-5dcbcbbda5a7&utm_term=job-1

Due to the in-putting side of the role, good computer skills are essential for this role The ability to gather information and take note Your own transport is needed due to the location of this client

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

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

From research to administration I have given attention to both qualitative and quantitative details, with an ability to summary-read, edit and check back that what has been written is correct.

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

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211453433/Temporary-Data-Collections-Administrator/apply

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08/01/2020: APPLICATION: Customer Service Administrator Just Added British Jobs Timloc Building Products

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211476659/Customer-Service-Administrator?candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3ODc0MzY2NzoGDrolegMQJvK-WmbgTtdFPu2yXx9Ng0o25jkc_e27jg&s=103848&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=candidate_instant_job_alert

Dealing with inbound calls from customers Resolving queries via email and telephone Providing leads to external sales team from inbound enquiries Providing excellent customer service at all times Aiming for first time resolution on all calls Various ad-hoc tasks What are we looking for? Previous experience in customer service an advantage but not essential Strong written and verbal communication Motivation and determination Professional manner Positive and confident individual Ability to build rapport with colleagues and customers

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

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

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

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211476659/Customer-Service-Administrator/apply

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08/01/2020: 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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07/01/2020: APPLICATION: Customer Service Advisor in http://zettria.com/account-assistant-job-application [via its drop down box - it does not have its own webpage].

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

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

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

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

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07/01/2020: APPLICATION: Administrative Assistant Zettria

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

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

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

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07/01/2020: APPLICATION: Administration Assistant NHS Jobs Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/showvac/3jJ7lU/5453415/915902634

Applicants must have RSA II/OCR in word processing and Audio Typing or ECDL or equivalent and have demonstrable experience of carrying out general administrative procedures in an office environment. Experience of using software packages including Microsoft Word and Excel are essential.

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

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

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

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

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

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

I 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 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 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 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.

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.

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

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

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

I am flexible regarding 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 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 am committed to inclusion beyond multiculturalism (I have written about this social aim in the Hull Unitarian Magazine that I write), had experience of managing young people in education and also understand the responsibilities and restrictions of data protection.

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

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. 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/e8756dee5c7bbcc8df04a3cec7695867/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915902634

Job reference: 338-6020-19 Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-187-328-855


06/01/2020: APPLICATION: Temporary Sales Administrator Hull CV Library Edwards & Pearce

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211455267/Temporary-Sales-Administrator?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3ODgzNzYzNDp8YeQAa9DahwvuSYbqqEtePlf_nRFE4FaLCDHuxEvrGg&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=cbeb243a-8f3b-42dd-9bad-de288bd8f71f&utm_term=job-2

Processing of orders Dealing with customer queries Arranging delivery of missing items Checking of stock General administrative duties as and when required Full time working hours You will have previous experience working in a sales administrative environment Confident when checking of stock and data Good attention to detail skills Order processing experience If you can speak Chinese this would be an advantage

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

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.

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

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

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211455267/Temporary-Sales-Administrator/apply

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06/01/2020: APPLICATION: Marketing Sales Assistant Zettria

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

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

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06/01/2020: APPLICATION: Data Processor Zettria

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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05/01/2020: APPLICATION: Stock Control and Warehouse Administrator Hull British Jobs KFM Recruitment Solutions

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211450073/Stock-Control-and-Warehouse-Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3ODc1MTIzMjqRwZK12H7WSAnGiW2ZxfXbY6nLjMb4oHz3YIk7omH1pQ&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=a1008b97-fb69-465f-909e-0cb9b20a1b57&utm_term=job-2

Computer literate and numerate Excellent organisational skills High standards and disciplined Articulate, high attention to detail Good communicator Self-motivated with positive attitude Ability to work in a face-paced, constantly evolving environment

Regarding stock monitoring, 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).

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 organised people and activities in a student study skills library setting.

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

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211450073/Stock-Control-and-Warehouse-Administrator/apply

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05/01/2020: APPLICATION: Administrator British Jobs Prestige Recruitment Specialists

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211453019/Administrator?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3ODc1MTIzMjqRwZK12H7WSAnGiW2ZxfXbY6nLjMb4oHz3YIk7omH1pQ&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=a1008b97-fb69-465f-909e-0cb9b20a1b57&utm_term=job-1

Warehouse experience would be an advantage but not essential. Organizational skills. Time management. Flexibility, commitment and punctuality. Knowledge of IFS system. Strong IT knowledge, including use of Microsoft Office

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 organised people and activities in a student study skills library setting.

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

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.

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

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

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.

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

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211453019/Administrator/apply

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04/01/2020: APPLICATION: Remortgage Legal Assistant Leeds, West Yorkshire, HU1 3HA Hull City Centre Find a Job Search

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/3610838

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

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/3610838

https://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=Z2VvcmdpYS5yYWUuNjc0ODYuMTA2MzNAc2VhcmNoLmFwbGl0cmFrLmNvbQ

No opportunity for cover note.

Thank you for submitting your application.


04/01/2020: APPLICATION: Administration Assistant NHS Jobs Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/showvac/3jJ7lU/5453415/915901642

Candidates will need to be organised, able to solve problems and work to tight deadlines, whilst maintaining accuracy and attention to detail. Excellent communications skills and a friendly, approachable nature are essential for this role as you will have lots of contact with patients. You will be required to greet patients at reception, deal with telephone enquiries from patients regarding appointments and input data into administration systems, so excellent keyboard skills are required.

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 worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters. Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

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

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

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

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

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

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

I 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 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.

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.

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

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

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

I am flexible regarding 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 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 am committed to inclusion beyond multiculturalism (I have written about this social aim in the Hull Unitarian Magazine that I write), had experience of managing young people in education and also understand the responsibilities and restrictions of data protection.

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

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. 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/a60f2c73152b19f4a83518b288a88ee7/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915901642

Job reference: 338-6004A-19 Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-187-224-077


03/01/2020: APPLICATION: Service Administrator Just Added Hull CV Library Pure Staff Ltd

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211447710/Service-Administrator

Ideally you will be; Well educated with experience of coordinating service offer Facilitate team delivering the highest level of service excellence to the client Confident telephone manner required answering incoming client calls Excellent keyboard and IT skills, including Excel, Sage and Microsoft Excellent communication and telephone skills within Industrial service sector Experienced negotiating attendance timescale and costs Updating performance spreadsheets General administration duties. Processing quotations Producing price quotations Raising purchase orders

do you have scheduling or coordinating experience Yes

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 organised people and activities in a student study skills library setting.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211447710/Service-Administrator/apply

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03/01/2020: APPLICATION: Senior Administrator Just Added CV Library Delta Recruitment

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211449329/Senior-Administrator

Someone from a Technical/Engineering background would be ideal as you will be dealing the engineers. The role consists of the following -Having good IT skills in Word and Excel. Good level of attention to detail Checking documents from a non-technical point of view Answering Pre-Qualification Questionnaires – full training will be given. Managing the administration of any projects High level of communication Following procedures Working to tight deadlines Supporting the rest of the Business with general office duties. Knowledge of engineering practices and terminology would be beneficial A great attitude and a willingness and desire to learn A proof reading level of attention to detail is important The clients proposals are a mixture of technical detail (provided by the engineers) and general information (often the basis of this is provided by a template), so previous knowledge would be advantageous You will be working as part of a small team so you must be willing to roll your sleeves up and ‘muck in’ as needed on other tasks as and when required.

Are you an excellent communicator (verbal and written) Yes Are you available immediately Yes Do you have previous experience in a similar role Yes

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

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

I am interested in expanding my horizons and working with people in a fresh endeavour.

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.

A speciality type administrative role was dealing with technical medical material in a medical library.

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

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

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

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

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.

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

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211449329/Senior-Administrator/apply

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02/01/2020: APPLICATION: Temporary HR Administrator Hull CV Library Edwards & Pearce

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211403315/Temporary-HR-Administrator

You will have strong administrative skills Ideally you will have worked in a HR or similar function Fully competent using word and excel Able to multitask as this role will entail supporting a busy department You will be able to work from your own initiative You must be able to commit to the full 3 month contract

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.

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

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

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.

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters 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.cv-library.co.uk/job/211403315/Temporary-HR-Administrator/apply

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02/01/2020: APPLICATION: Administration Officer Hull CV Library Prestige Recruitment Specialists

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211299703/Administration-Officer

Duties include typing up reports from an audio source, inputting data and answering phone calls directing the caller in the right direction Person Specification: Attention to detail Be able to perform well under pressure. Excellent communication skills Ability to work well in a team or individually Work well to strict deadlines Positive 'can do' attitude

Do you have data entry experience Yes Do you have previous experience in typing Yes

I type regularly, for a novel constructed over the past four years. This shows creativity, learning a new discipline and skill level, autonomy in working, a very high level of literacy, and mental control over a large document (1220 A4 paginated pages).

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.

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.

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

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211299703/Administration-Officer/apply

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02/01/2020: ACTION: RESPONSE: Subject: Application from 'adrian@pluralist.co.uk' for 'Administrator'J1895_1576673162 (British Jobs) [Suitability: Very High] From: "Fiona Bellamy" <noreply@broadbean.net>

Dear Adrian, Thank you for expressing interest in the position advertised. Following a preliminary review of your application, I am afraid your application has not been short listed on this occasion. On Line People


01/01/2020: APPLICATION: Office Administrator Hull CV Library Prestige Recruitment Specialists

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211390220/Office-Administrator

General office admin duties Answering the phones Scanning documents Preparing customer files Purchase invoicing Use of Sage Experience – At least 2 years office experience Excellent customer service skills A good phone manner Calm demeanour with the ability to work well under pressure

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.

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

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

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

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211390220/Office-Administrator/apply

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01/01/2020: APPLICATION: Administrator Officer Hull CV Library Prestige Recruitment Specialists

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211424193/Administrator-Officer

Carrying out administration duties Provide cover were [sic] required on reception Supporting service users through their whole journey with the team or department. Answering phone calls and directing the caller in the right direction Maintaining databases using internal systems Person Specification: Attention to detail is essential Excellent typing skills Ability to work well in a team or individually Work well to strict deadlines Administration experience

Do you have previous experience in a similar role Yes

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211424193/Administrator-Officer/apply

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31/12/2019: APPLICATION: Occupational Health Admin Officer Find a Job Essential Employment LTD https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/details/3588010

To act as the first point of contact for the occupational health service, answering the telephone and dealing with simple enquiries. Taking accurate messages and passing onto the nursing team. Answering the occupational health door and checking people with appointments in. Typing appointment letters, general administrative typing, populating spreadsheets and access databases. General clerical work including dealing with incoming and outgoing post, photocopying, filing, making up notes.

https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/apply/3588010

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

No opportunity for cover note.

https://www.essentialemploy.co.uk/job/occupational-health-admin-officer/applied/11942


31/12/2019: ACTION: SEARCH: HU7 4UD Find a Job https://findajob.dwp.gov.uk/search


31/12/2019: ACTION: RESPONSE: Subject: Remortgage Legal Assistant - Req/539810 From: "Georgia Rae" <noreply@broadbean.net>

Dear Adrian Worsfold, Following your recent application for the position of Remortgage Legal Assistant (reference: Req/539810), I am writing to let you know that unfortunately you have not been successful this time. I would like to thank you for taking the time to send us your CV. Due to the high volume of applications, you will appreciate that we are unable to give individual feedback at this time.... Georgia.rae@search.co.uk


30/12/2019: APPLICATION: Administration Assistant NHS Jobs Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust Department: Physiotherapy Scunthorpe

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/showvac/3jJ7lU/5453415/915890310

The post holder must have excellent organisational and communication skills, be able to work independently prioritise, work efficiently and methodically in a busy department paying attention to detail and accuracy.There will be the opportunity to undertake further training to develop skills identified as well as to develop your skills in your areas of interest. We will provide a robust and flexible training package to work around the needs of the individual applicant.

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 worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters. Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

I am flexible regarding 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 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 am committed to inclusion beyond multiculturalism (I have written about this social aim in the Hull Unitarian Magazine that I write), had experience of managing young people in education and also understand the responsibilities and restrictions of data protection.

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

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. 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/a1268dd31521094c2ec6682c0f81d452/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915890310

Job reference: 208-1517-19-T1 Employer: Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-187-073-443


30/12/2019: APPLICATION: Administration Assistant NHS Jobs Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/showvac/3jJ7lU/5453415/915888462

The successful candidate will be required to work to a high standard in audio/copy typing and be expected to maintain both paper and computerised records in accordance with the Trust standards. Applicants must have RSA II and OCR II / ECDL or equivalent and have previous experience of carrying out general administrative procedures in an office environment. Experience of using software packages including Microsoft Word and Excel are essential.

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

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

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

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

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters for 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 worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters. Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

I am flexible regarding 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 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 am committed to inclusion beyond multiculturalism (I have written about this social aim in the Hull Unitarian Magazine that I write), had experience of managing young people in education and also understand the responsibilities and restrictions of data protection.

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

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. 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/01e526aaefc6728901c3e8affd3b6eb7/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915888462

Job reference: 338-5564D-19 Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-187-073-259


29/12/2019: APPLICATION: Remortgage Legal Assistant Hull City Centre CV Library Search Consultancy

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211416749/Remortgage-Legal-Assistant?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-4_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3NzYwMzI1NTpG3TOCd9pzwLf_cZq5OTq5yDHo2nf1k8cPS_cY80sKzQ&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=627be6f4-4bf2-435d-9241-64f4efdc4c4c&utm_term=job-4

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

do you have gcse grade c+ (or equivalent) in maths and english 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 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.

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.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211416749/Remortgage-Legal-Assistant/apply

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29/12/2019: APPLICATION: Administration Assistant 338 ER Emotional Wellbeing Service (Team) (206193) Location: St Andrews Place

https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/showvac/3jJ7lU/5453415/915886556

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

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

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

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

I have worked busily with the telephone, taking data information and speaking about sensitive matters. Telephone work included working with business data suppliers, handled on a business to business basis.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

I am flexible regarding 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 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 am committed to inclusion beyond multiculturalism (I have written about this social aim in the Hull Unitarian Magazine that I write), had experience of managing young people in education and also understand the responsibilities and restrictions of data protection.

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

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. 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/04ca5eb7f63d9b6adeef42cd91c22e84/?action=display_confirmation&vac_ref=915886556

Job reference: 338-6006-19 Employer: Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust Application reference: AR-187-050-789


29/12/2019: ACTION: RESPONSE: Re:_BBApp:_Req/539810/Application_from_'adrian@pluralist.co.uk'_for_'Remortgage_Legal_Assistant'_Req/539810_1576850801_(CV-Library)_[Suitability:_Very_High]_from_CV-Library From: "Georgia Rae" <Georgia.rae@search.co.uk>

Thank you for your recent application for Remortgage Legal Assistant (reference: Req/539810). As part of the application process, we will store your details on our database. Successful applicants will be contacted by the relevant consultant who will discuss Search putting you forward for this vacancy plus potentially for similar roles that match your experience. Georgia Rae Georgia.rae@search.co.uk


28/12/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist (Part Time) Hull CV Library KFM Recruitment Solutions

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211395060/Receptionist-Part-Time?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-9_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3NzQ1NTIyNDoLOCJWm4L-99QXPBbYr0QMI2yM10Noc4iooyHByZ6uHA&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=4abf42b0-225e-499e-b3c8-b7f86134368c&utm_term=job-9

Meeting and greeting visitors Offering refreshments Keeping the reception area tidy and presentable Dealing with phone calls and passing on messages Dealing with emails and replying as appropriate Some general administration as and when required Order processing.

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.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211395060/Receptionist-Part-Time/apply

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28/12/2019: APPLICATION: HR Administratior CV Library Edwards & Pearce East Riding

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211396679/HR-Administratior?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-9_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3NzM2ODgyNDr0pbXyHM3dWfT3BwBKG5NciSZO6efaTRywbWOISUeZaw&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=90973fc1-96fa-4f69-82b4-4c483801d42b&utm_term=job-9

-Previous experience working in a HR department is an advantage -A proven track record in providing an efficient administration service -Ability to handles sensitive data -High level of computer literacy including MS Word and excel -Excellent written and verbal communication ability -Team player -Meticulous approach and attention detail -Able to build professional and friendly relationships with colleagues

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

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

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 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).

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211396679/HR-Administratior/apply

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28/12/2019: APPLICATION: Graphics Coordinator / Administrator Hull CV Library Edwards & Pearce

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211403320/Graphics-Coordinator-Administrator?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-5_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3NzQ1NTIyNDoLOCJWm4L-99QXPBbYr0QMI2yM10Noc4iooyHByZ6uHA&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=4abf42b0-225e-499e-b3c8-b7f86134368c&utm_term=job-5

You will ideally have supported in a graphic or packaging based role Be confident dealing with data Have good attention to detail skills You must be able to work to tight deadlines Support and work in a team orientated environment Planning and organisational skills Good communication skills

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 and use in administration work. I have the skills by which I designed and wrote a small magazine (involving a range of interacting programs leading to .PDF pages). Voluntary work also included the use of ICT to meet a music demand.

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

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

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

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

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

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

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211403320/Graphics-Coordinator-Administrator/apply

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28/12/2019: APPLICATION: Administrator / Technical Clerk

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/search-jobs?q=Administrator+%2F+Technical+Clerk&geo=Hull%2C+City+of+Kingston+upon+Hull&distance=15&posted=&search=1

Attend team meetings Ensure all documents are in line with proposals Review and enhance the proposals process Liaise with internal and external clients to ensure that documents are correct Liaise with engineering and construction teams Admisitration on all Invitation to Tender (ITT) documentation, Pre-Qualification Questionnaires (PQQ) and pre tender Requests for Information (RFI), supplier validation questionnaires, Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDA), etc.. Coordinate “Bid/No Bid” process and associated risk matrix Coordinate proposal data Assist the Business Support team

Are you available immediately Yes Do you have previous 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.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211012132/Administrator-Technical-Clerk/apply

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26/12/2019: APPLICATION: Sales Administrator Hull CV Library Office Angels

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211406598/Sales-Administrator?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_seven-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3NzgwMDgzMTrhdODlSDElgdeeDd1pVRyfg7XCYZckWovneiBB95rTLA&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=d63e72f3-166b-4789-bd6f-12ac40336dd0&utm_term=other-job-1

Commercially astute and competitive Confident and proactive approach Microsoft experience, Good knowledge of Excel, Word Experienced in building & interrogating a CRM system Excellent organisational skills Attention to detail Ability to work on own initiative Confident in developing, maintaining relationships

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 and use in administration work.

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

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

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

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

I 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).

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211406598/Sales-Administrator/apply

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26/12/2019: APPLICATION: Part Time Office Administrator CV Library Castle Employment

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211422117/Part-Time-Office-Administrator?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3NzgwMDgzMTrhdODlSDElgdeeDd1pVRyfg7XCYZckWovneiBB95rTLA&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=d63e72f3-166b-4789-bd6f-12ac40336dd0&utm_term=job-1

Some of the duties will consist of; Answering phone calls assisting with any enquiries Printing and scanning of documents Sorting and filing documents Inputting information onto Sage Assisting the director with any ad-hoc duties as and when required The ideal Office Administrator will have the following requirements; Have a positive can-do attitude Flexible to adapt Great attention to detail Capable of working independently

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

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

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

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211422117/Part-Time-Office-Administrator/apply

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26/12/2019: APPLICATION: Floating Legal Secretary British Jobs Pyramid8

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211228668/Floating-Legal-Secretary?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3Nzk3MzYzMTrbCVXBVvO6w4FO94fCmwxAuBfRsi7jdqt2BapV-FYzOQ&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=28969d47-cffc-443b-8576-e4225dff6ac9&utm_term=job-1

• Support the fee earners across different departments for i.e. PI, Industrial Disease, Commercial/Residential Property, Wills, Employment and Clinical Negligence • Prepare mail and general secretarial duties • Audio typing using big hand • Making appointments, arrange meetings and maintain an up to date diary • Provide support to other secretaries • Provide guidance to junior and temporary secretaries as and when • To support administration tasks • Covering reception • Audio typing or secretarial experience (non-legal experience will be considered) • Be organised • Able to work in a fast paced environment • Strong administration experience

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

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

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

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

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

Administrative tasks experienced include communicating with businesses and the public with telephone calls; preparation of letters 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.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211228668/Floating-Legal-Secretary/apply

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24/12/2019: APPLICATION: Supply Chain Administrator Hull CV Library Page Personnel

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211418030/Supply-Chain-Administrator?s=103709&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-1_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3NzcxNDQzNjr1r2b2VvcsFN3uGBrM1TWIsTxkg85TqxZ0LEiZX38Raw&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=40c1f125-f6ad-4769-84b7-c779923d10b3&utm_term=job-1

Maintain and input to data systems daily. Managing shipping information and ensuring correct processes are implemented and followed up Confidently communicate with both internal and external customers and work flexibly to manage issues and find solutions. Create progress and stock reports along using both internal and external systems for internal partners. General administration within the supply chain team Profile Essential Skills and Experience IT literate with good working knowledge of Microsoft Office 365 including Share Point, Outlook, and Word Excellent working knowledge of Excel and its functions (including v-look up and pivot tables) Possess excellent communication skills, both written and spoken, Have professionalism and the ability to work under own initiative in a high-pressure environment Experienced working both a team and alone Planning and organisational skills are essential

have you got operational knowledge of v lookup and pivot tables No

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/211418030/Supply-Chain-Administrator/apply

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24/12/2019: 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

Thank You For Applying. We are currently hiring for different positions!


24/12/2019: 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.

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23/12/2019: APPLICATION: Receptionist/Accounts Administration British Jobs Edwards & Pearce

https://www.britishjobs.co.uk/job/211393803/Receptionist-Accounts-Administration?s=100937&jbe_link_clicked=html_alert-1_one-day-results_job-2_job-title&utm_source=system&utm_medium=email&candidate_apply_only=MTE0MDg0MDM6MTU3NzI4MjQyNzq7r5LDGtgqtcq1ymayYrMbxNDXfYHloDNK9DQSpLBvdA&utm_campaign=candidate_alert_jbe&utm_content=565e86f6-bb73-46da-a015-a7ca17089db5&utm_term=job-2

-Manning reception, acting as the first point of contact for customers and suppliers to the business -Dealing with face to face enquiries, telephone and email enquiries -Basic admin duties -Inputting invoices onto the Sage system -Basic accounts duties including payroll data entry -Previous experience of working on reception or in a customer facing role -Experience with Word and Excel, creating and manipulating spreadsheets -Be familiar with Sage Line 50 accounts (ideally) -Flexible and adaptable, happy to work at a fast pace to meet the needs of the business If you have experience with Sage 50 Payroll software, that would be an advantage, but not essential

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

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

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

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

I have very good knowledge of Microsoft Office and have even taught it. I can 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 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.

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23/12/2019: APPLICATION: Customer Service Advisor in http://zettria.com/account-assistant-job-application [via its drop down box - it does not have its own webpage].

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

I learnt several email and PIM packages over time.

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

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

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

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23/12/2019: 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

Thank You For Applying. We are currently hiring for different positions!


23/12/2019: APPLICATION: Admin - Account Assistant Zettria

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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