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Administrator (Office Support, Admin Assistant) BLUA7204BournemouthCompetitive Salary
Our client is the market leader in later living development. The company has been building award winning apartm...
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Data Analyst Opportunities (Customer Service, Administration) BLUD7167 Skelmersdale, Lancashire Starting salary of £16,500 including flexible holiday scheme
Based in West Lancashire, our clie...
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Data Analyst – Data Administrator BLUD7096Leeds, West YorkshireSalary £15,000 plus Benefits
Our Client provides a comprehensive asset data collection, analysis and information management service fo...
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Salary band: £20k - £25k
Great role for a candidate with strong administration skills and accuracy, who can manage data accurately.To ensure the accurate and timely invoicing of revenue for BIG, in line with Service Suppor...
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There are a wide variety of banking jobs from working in a retail bank to working commercially. Retail bankers often work in high street branches, however, recently there have been more and more retail bankers working via telephone and in online services. Within retail banking there is also the opportunity to go into private banking. Private bankers tend to work with individuals who have a high net worth, who are often defined as those with more than £1million to invest. Commercial banks, on the other hand, serve businesses and they often spend more time working closely with them to help them understand their options and develop their business plans. If you are working in any field of banking you will be required to help individuals or businesses to raise funds to purchase things, assist in the movement of money using a variety of payment mechanisms, and you will also be involved in providing ways to invest excess funds, such as saving accounts and bonds. If you are considering a career in banking then you should know what is required from you. Most bankers are required to deal with customers and their accompanying complaints. Whichever type of bank you are working in you will always be in touch with customers, whether they are other businesses, private and corporate investors or just individual members of the public. You have a responsibility to ensure that the customer remains with the company and to also ensure that their experience with the bank is a good one. You will need to have good people skills and be able to deal with high pressure situations and you should also be able to work well within a team. Other responsibilities include processing paperwork from sales, changing customer details and closure of accounts. You will also be required to quickly learn about new products, services and processes as there are always new developments and ways of doing things.