8 months ago
Technical Administrator - Wakefield
Salary - £17k+ + Healthcare + Pension
Our client is a leading firm for delivering environmental services across the industry. The firm provides a full range of environmental services for local government, housing associations, universities, schools, national retailers, NHS trusts, the hotel and leisure industry, demolition and construction companies, manufacturing, logistics and commercial businesses.
Our client are looking for enthusiastic and loyal individuals to join in their success as they continue to grow year on year. If you are looking for a truly rewarding career and want to work for a highly successful and established company whose reputation for quality and efficiency far outweighs the others in the industry, then this role is for you!
The successful candidate will be primarily working alongside the Technical Managers and existing Technical Administrators, providing administrative support for both planned and reactive asbestos works. Other duties will include scheduling analytical and asbestos surveys, liaising with our client’s regional offices, dealing with client enquiries, booking appointments and providing quotations for works in conjunction with the Technical Managers.
The successful candidate must also possess the following:
A good general standard of education
Excellent IT skills including Microsoft Office
The ability to interpret technical data and produce reports
Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to deliver first rate customer service
Previous experience in technical or project administration and/ or knowledge of the asbestos industry would be an advantage, although not essential as full training will be provided
Ability to work within the team and under own initiative
Prior to applying for this opportunity, please ensure your CV details all relevant experience to the the above role.
Additional Resources Ltd is an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003