Office Junior/Administrator | Briggs & Forrester

Office Junior/Administrator

Briggs & Forrester Engineering Services
We wish to appoint an office Administrator to support our Estimating, Design and Business Development departments. You will report to the Director and Managers responsible for these functions and support their day to day business activities and outputs. The role includes the production and publishing of bid documents (using InDesign software); typing reports and maintaining records; receiving, printing, checking and distribution of post and other communications; telephone contact with clients and internal colleagues; managing diary commitments for senior staff and a range of other general administrative tasks.
Head Office - Kingsthorpe, Northampton
Reports To: 
Director and Departmental Managers
The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 2 years' experience of working in a similar administrative or secretarial role. Whilst formal qualifications are not essential, you will be required to demonstrate a relevant track record - knowledge and experience of the construction industry would be an advantage. A good working knowledge of Microsoft Office software is essential and InDesign is preferable, however training will be provided on the latter.
You will be a friendly, diligent and flexible individual willing to assist your colleagues in a wide range of tasks. Capable of publishing reports and bid documents, you will have an eye for detail, excellent word and grammar skills and a creative flair for producing attractive submissions. You will be able to effectively manage your workload, prioritise tasks and work to deadlines with occasional additional working hours required as a result.
We Offer: 
A competitive salary, travel expenses (if appropriate), 25 days holiday (+8 days public holiday). Profit related pay scheme. Private Health care. Life Insurance. Pension Scheme with 5% Employer contribution. An excellent working environment with opportunities for career progression and further personal development.
Please Apply To: 
Stuart Barden, Pre-Contract Manager, Briggs and Forrester Engineering Services, Bembridge House, Bembridge Drive, Kingsthorpe, Northampton, NN2 6LZ

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