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Administration jobs in Kidderminster

At Hewett Recruitment, we offer roles for both temporary and permanent administration positions, throughout the West Midlands (WM). A career as an administrator is a brilliant way to build your position on the commercial career ladder.

Many administration roles involve a great deal of multitasking, with candidates taking responsibility for their own workload, being able to work autonomously.

General daily tasks as an Administrator may include:

  • Booking meetings and managing diaries
  • Maintaining document management and electronic filing systems
  • General administration duties such as printing, binding, laminating and filing
  • Creating presentations and spreadsheets as required
  • Receiving visitors and opening and directing post
  • Answering the telephone and taking appropriate action
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  • Working within teams and managing groups
  • Overseeing the operations within your company,
  • Coordinating with management and engage in planning according to the needs of your company.

Roles covered include Accounts Administrator, Export Administrator, Secretary, Sale Manager, Operations Coordinator, Customer Service Manager, Customer Service Administrator, Operations Administrator, Invoicing Administrator, Accounts Manager, Office Manager, Receptionist, Legal Secretary. Business Analyst

If you know of an Administrator that may be interested in such opportunities or needs help to take the next step in their career, please do get in touch and take advantage of our referral scheme!

Kidderminster is a town in Worcestershire, England, 17 miles south-west of Birmingham and 15 miles north of Worcester. The town is home of football team 'Kidderminster Harriers', the birth place of Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant and is twinned with Husum, Germany.

The modern carpet industry was founded in the area and the carpet industry became extremely important to the local economy. The local newspaper is still named The Shuttle after those used on the carpet looms.

The railway station offers direct links to Birmingham, Worcester and London. A second station, the preserved Heritage Railway line, Severn Valley Railway offers trains running to Bridgnorth.

Roles in this area are commutable from Bromsgrove, Solihull, Stourbridge, Redditch, Worcester, Leominster, Droitwich Spa, Brierley Hill, Stourbridge, Bridgnorth, Bewdley and more.

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