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Senior Clerical Officer

Job Description

Brook Street (UK) Ltd are recruiting Senior Clerical Officer`s for our leading Public Sector client
Education Authority Northern Ireland, Armagh.

This role will be starting immediately and is expected to last several months. Most roles across Northern Ireland, we have placed candidates into with The Education Authority Northern Ireland have been extended beyond the original timeframe, some of our candidates have secured promotions within the organisation, and others have been successful in securing fixed-term contracts directly with our client.


Our clients Strategic Mission:
Meet the LEARNING needs of our children and young people
Provide EXCELLENT education support services
Develop ALL OUR PEOPLE to carry out their jobs successfully
Manage our RESOURCES efficiently and effectively
NURTURE LEADERSHIP across EA to give clear direction in a dynamic and complex environment


As Senior Clerical Officer, you will provide advice and assistance to Education Authority officers, customers, the public and other professionals in respect of agreed aspects of the Primary Admissions Department as directed by the Programme Manager.
You will provide efficient administrative support for the daily functional and operational staff.
You will be proficient in MS Packages such as Excel, Outlook, and Word. You will be confident in the daily use of spreadsheets and databases and will conduct typing and word-processing duties.

SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS MUST:
Hold Five GCSEs at Grade C or above or equivalent (including English Language or equivalent)
Hold at least 1 year`s suitable Clerical and/or Administrative experience with sound knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite


SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS WILL:
Provide administrative support in relation to all aspects of the work of the programme using the full range of IT equipment including word processing/typing, databases, spreadsheets, email, fax, intranet and internet facilities.
Support in undertaking comprehensive research and investigations as required.
Assist in the collation of factual data and statistical information from various sources to support the work of identified officers within the service.
Prepare letters, minutes, notes, and other clerical support to officers as appropriate and as directed by the programme manager.
Use initiative, tact and diplomacy in responding to queries, issues and problems which arise within the section in the absence of the programme manager.
Order and monitor supplies of stationery and office requisitions for all staff within the section along with diary management of stakeholders.
Be responsible for maintaining efficient recording and filing systems within the service as directed by the programme manager.
Delegate tasks to the office team in the absence of senior management.
Professional and effective telephone techniques along with good oral and written communication skills.
Work as part of a busy team with excellent communication and organisational skills.

YOU WILL BENEFIT FROM:
Full training and induction
Work with a leading Public Sector Organisation that promotes diversity and inclusiveness
Contribute positively to Education Authority NI`s values and mission statement
The opportunity (however not guaranteed) to apply for internal roles
Competitive rates of pay
Accrue holiday hours as you work
Brook Street (UK) Ltd back-office support and mentoring
Ability to work across school admissions teams in all admissions regions across NI.
No weekend work (Shift pattern Mon-Fri 9am-5pm)

The rate of pay is £10.29 per hour, the hours of work are 0900-1700 Monday to Friday.

If you would like to apply for this role, please call Melissa at Brook Street (UK) Ltd on 028 90 881100 or email your CV via the `Apply` link.

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