• National Contracts Administrator

    Job Locations UK-Orpington, Kent
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(14/05/2018 16:49)
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  • Overview

    We have exciting opportunities for an experienced Administrator to join the team at our National contracts department based in Orpington. This team supports a wide range of national clients including Retail, Housing Associations, Local Authorities and many more.


    The successful candidates will be responsible for accurate collation of data from our branch network, liaising between our Regional service branches and clients to meet both internal and external customer targets. Therefore, you will need the ability to develop strong business relationships with both internal and external customers.


    The following attributes are essential to this role:

    • Excellent communication skills
    • Great attention to detail
    • Excellent Microsoft skills, especially Excel
    • Ability to work to tight deadlines
    • A team player
    • Experience in a customer focused role with excellent customer service skills
    • Self-motivated and enthusiastic



    • Manage, organise and update relevant data using database applications and excel spreadsheets.
    • Ensure key reports are produced to timescales using excel spreadsheets.
    • Progressing deadlines with Stannah branches to meet customer targets.
    • Communicate and provide information by relevant methods internally and externally to assist and enable organisational operations and effective service to the customer, colleagues and contractors.
    • Interpret instructions and issues arising and then implement actions according to administrative policies and procedures.
    • Research and investigate information to enable strategic decision-making by others.
    • Participate in meetings, conferences and project team activities where necessary.
    • Engage in continuous improvement activities.
    • Actively engage with the office etiquette program and ensure the highest standards of personal behaviour at all times.
    • Adhere to stated policies and procedures relating to health and safety and quality management.
    • Adhere to procedures relating to the proper use and care of equipment and materials for which the role has responsibility.
    • Any other administrative tasks required by the team.



    This list is not exhaustive and the jobholder will be expected to undertake any duties within their capacity to meet the needs of the business.


    As a global leader in our field, we can offer excellent working conditions and employee benefits including: 

    • Good rates of pay and share in company earnings
    • Modern, friendly working environment
    • 25 days annual holiday and Bank Holidays
    • Give As You Earn scheme (charity contributions)
    • Cycle2work scheme
    • Long service awards
    • Simply Health Cash Plan
    • Excellent training and support to help staff realise potential
    • Contributory pension scheme
    • Life assurance (death in service benefit)


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