Administrator / Note Taker – Horsham (G5)

5 February 2024
£13 / hour
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Job Description

Job Title : Administrator / Note Taker – Horsham (G5)
Job Category : Administration
Location : County Hall North, West Sussex County Council
Hours Per Week : 37.00
Start Date : Immediate start
Start Time : 09:00
End Time : 17:30
Salary: £12.59

Pay – Grade 5
Location: County Hall North, Horsham
Working arrangements – The initial expectation will be that they are in the office full time to start.
Once training is complete and the suitable candidate is competent with the work, there will be an option to work from home as long as the daily needs of the team are still being met.

Job Description –
Reporting to a Team Leader, you will provide a customer focused and efficient administrative service, prioritising your daily tasks in accordance with team requirements and service objectives.
You will be responsible for delivering a range of administrative tasks to a high standard of quality within agreed timescales. These are likely to include such tasks as note taking at complex (often sensitive and / or confidential) meetings, arranging large scale events and meetings, co-ordinating statutory panels, collating and presenting information in a clear format, preparing reports and agendas, producing accurate meeting minutes and spreadsheets, and updating council IT systems in order to support service delivery.
You may be asked to work at a designated office, provide support remotely or work flexibly across WSCC office hubs, dependent on service needs. You’ll need to be able to demonstrate personal resilience, integrity and professionalism when participating in sensitive, potentially disturbing or highly confidential meetings or processes.

Qualifications and/or experience:
• 4 GCSEs with A-C / 4-9 passes including Maths and English, or equivalent
qualification or experience demonstrating that level of numeracy and literacy.
• Relevant technical knowledge of procedures and practices associated with
delivering an administrative service.
• Sound and accurate overall IT knowledge and experience in using Microsoft
Office including Word, Excel and Teams.
• Experience of working in an office environment.
• Some knowledge and technical skills in the use of major computerised
systems (for example, SAP or Mosaic) – Desirable