MPA are recruiting an experienced Clerical professional for our client, based in Ballymena.
In your role as a Clerical Officer, you will be responsible for providing a full range of clerical support to professional staff and assisting with the day-to-day management of the office to ensure a smooth running, high quality service.
Duties will include but not limited to:
Provide general clerical duties and provide support while maintaining confidentiality at all times
Type reports, memos, letter, forms, etc. as required from manuscript, audio, digital dictation psychological services pool in chronological order and notes using a word processing system.
Answering telephone queries and accurate recording/processing of all messages through the online outlook diary system
Liaising closely with other departments, dealing with incoming and outgoing enquiries as appropriate
Maintain, input and update computer system (ePEX, LCID, etc) as required.
Monitor and order stationary and office supplies as required.
3 GCSEs to include English and Mathematics (Grade A*-C) or equivalent AND 1 years’ clerical/administration experience in an office environment to include the use of the Microsoft Office suite of packages.OR2 years’ clerical/administration experience in an office environment to include the use of the Microsoft Office suite of packages AND GCSE English and Mathematic Grade A*-CRequirements:
Functional Skills ICT Level 2 or OCR Text Processing (Business Professionals) Level 2 Award or RSA Stage II Typing/Word Processing (both parts) or equivalent.
Holders of RSA/OCR examinations after September 1986 must have passes both parts. Part qualifications are not acceptable.
Hold a current full driving licence which is valid for use in the UK and have access to a car on appointment.
Candidates must also be willing to complete an Access NI police check.
This post is for 15hours per week, initially for 4x weeks with a possible extension.
Please forward your C.V or for further information please contact Gemma on 02825420136
Salary: £9.21 hour