Your new company
This Telford housing association provides services to 8,000 homes of mixed tenure, including homes for social rent and retirement housing, and 25,000 people.
Your new role
In this organisation you will be responsible arranging, diarising and preparing meetings, agendas and distribution reports on behalf of head of housing service. You will be dealing with queries and giving advice on housing related matters from residents and public, both face to face and over the phone. You will undertake a wide range of administrative duties such as filing, preparing and sending letters and correspondence, as well as maintaining confidential records. You will also be responsible for the petty cash and banking within the company. As part of your role you will also keep any advertising literature is regularly reviewed and updated.
What you'll need to succeed
You are required to have good education and good use of IT skills including Microsoft office packages. You will need to have a good background in customer service and administrative duties and desirable experience in the social housing sector . You will need to demonstrate excellent listening skills and the ability to make good judgement calls and remain clam under pressure. You will require the ability to organise and prioritise work, meet deadlines, work under pressure and handle a number of tasks simultaneously.
What you'll get in return
This is a long term temporary position, the hours 9.00 a.m. until 3.30 p.m. Monday to Friday, 30 hours per week.
What you need to do now
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