Part Time Administrator

Job Title: Part Time Administrator
Job Reference: PV/HQ00054748.1

Location: Hersham
Job Type: Permanent

Salary:
£10 - £12 per hour
Sector: Admin & Secretarial

Posted 12 days ago

Part Time Administrator 

A lovely small but expanding independent company are looking for a part-time Administrator. Based in Hersham, Surrey this friendly company import and distribute products to leading Supermarkets, Retailers and Wholesalers in the UK and Western Europe.   

Ideally looking for someone with Accounts and Sage experience, along with Word and Excel


Hours are flexible: 28-30 per week

Monday -  Friday 11am – 5pm
or
Tuesday - Friday 10am – 5pm 


Role of Part Time Administrator 

Working within a small and friendly team and reporting to the Operations Manager your duties will include but aren’t limited to:
  • Checking daily banking and allocating payments
  • Chasing aged Debtors
  • Requesting and reconciling supplier statements and ensuring they are paid on time.
  • Processing customer order and raising invoices.
  • Assisting with weekly and monthly reports.
  • Manage customer complaints and ensure they are dealt with in a timely manner
  • Sending out samples, booking the courier and ensuring stock room is kept clean, tidy and fully stocked.
  • Filing
  • Check the daily post and action as appropriate.
  • Answering the phone and dealing with enquiries.
  • General ad-hoc duties as and when requested including emptying the dishwasher, making teas and coffees and preparing the meeting room.
Some of the benefits
  • Free parking
  • 20 days holiday
  • Free snacks!
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Consultant details

Paul Vincent-Fernie

Name:
Paul Vincent-Fernie

Direct telephone:
01932 230 868

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Trevor  Lee

Introducing...

Trevor Lee

Managing Director

Having been in recruitment for 15 years, in 2006 I decided to form Jenrick Commercial (a new division of The Jenrick Group) and I have to say, it’s been one hell of a ride. Recruitment has changed drastically over the last 15 years, however, I’ve learnt that if you keep things simple, work hard, be honest and really understand your clients and candidates then you will do well.

My loves in life are my wife (Miriam) and my son (Toron). I’ve been married for nearly 20 years, so I was snapped up early (my wife clearly has good taste – or at least I like to think so!).

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As most of our clients tend to sit within either; Technology, Professional Services, Financial Services we definitely haven’t seen any change with new opportunities, however the market is all around confident and if confidence is high then opportunity will flow.

 

If you are looking for exceptional staff or your next career move then contact us on 01932 230868 or commercial@jenrick.co.uk

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