is looking for a Full-time Office Administrator
Charity Eikon, who help & suport young people is looking for
a full time office administrator
who needs to be well organised and professional in providing administrative
support to the Eikon team. The successful candidate will be based
in the Eikon office on the Fullbrook School site along with the
rest of the staff and volunteers.
The Trustees of Eikon are looking to
appoint someone with excellent administration skills & who engages
and communicates well, being able to work within a team or alone.
Aplicants should have experience with Microsoft Office, especially
Outlook, Word and Excel & have at least 2 years of office experience
.Contact Eikon, Selsdon Road, New Haw, Addlestone,
Surrey, KT15 3HP -Tel. 01932 347434
37.5 hours per week Salary £16,500
- Closing date: Friday 1st April 2011
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