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Admin Support Officer
  • Employer: Hertfordshire County Council
  • Reference: ACS/22/220444
  • Published: Wed 23/11/2022, 15:35 PM
  • Closing on: Sun 11/12/2022, 23:59 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: 32 hours per week
  • Salary: £15,000 - £19,999
  • DBS Check: Enhanced
  • Location: Abbotts Langley, Hertfordshire

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Admin Support Officer

Job Title: Admin Support Officer
Location: Tanners Wood Close, Abbots Langley
Starting Salary: £21,189 progress to a maximum of £22,369 (pro rata for part-time)
Hours: 32 per week
Contract: Permanent

Diversity: We are an inclusive employer and value a diverse workforce 

Job Duties:

Tanners Wood Close are looking for an Admin Support Officer who can work in a challenging office based in a Supported Living Service where adults with care and support needs live. You will be supporting the Senior Support Officer to manage the office and liaise with people we support and their support team.

The role includes the responsibility of managing the rota and ensuring there is enough staff to maintain a safe environment. You will manage the day-to-day tasks associated with any administrative role including answering the phones, passing messages, taking minutes, letter writing, compiling data and supporting the management team.

This is a multi-skilled role where your administrative skills and social skills must both be excellent. On a typical day you will check and cover the rota where sickness and incidents have affected safe staffing, liaising directly with the staff team and agencies. You will compile data requested and update documents on shared drives. There may be professional meetings where minutes need to be taken and typed up quickly. The management team may need support with correspondence, arranging diaries and the office phones will need answering and redirecting. You will converse with the people living at the service and be a regular part of their day. 

You will have the following skills and experience:

  • Use of Microsoft Windows including Excel, Word and PowerPoint
  • Minute taking
  • Experience with managing finances
  • Be flexible and reliable
  • Able to work as part of a large team and also work on your own initiative

Closing Date: 11.12.2022
Interview Date: week commencing 16.12.2022

For an informal discussion and more information please contact: Jo Hislop or Jackie Brunt, 01923 270 270 ext 3


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Benefits of Working for HCC:

• Flexible Working Arrangements (depending on the role)
• Excellent Career Development
• Salary Exchange for Additional Benefits
• Excellent Pension Scheme with Employer Contributions
• Shopping Discounts
• Support Groups & Wellbeing Schemes

How to Apply: As part of the application, you will be required to upload your most recent CV ensuring gaps in employment have been addressed and asked to answer 4 key questions. This is your opportunity to evidence how your skills, knowledge, and experience match what we are looking. If you do not provide answers to the questions and upload to your application, your application will be rejected.

Disability Confident: We are proud to be a Disability Confident employer and guarantee an interview to anyone disclosing a disability whose application meets the minimum criteria for the post.


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Safeguarding: Safeguarding children and adults is of utmost importance to Hertfordshire County Council. The Council requires employees to abide by legislation and best practice to enable Hertfordshire to achieve this. This role has been identified as requiring a Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check. For more information Click Here

English Fluency: The ability to converse at ease with members of the public and provide advice in accurate spoken English is essential for the post.

CS Roles Only: We expect all Children Services employees to fulfil Hertfordshire's Professional Promise for how children, young people & young adults with special educational needs and  / or disabilities and their families should be treated. It is our agreement to place families and children at the centre of what we do, and helps parents and carers to understand and be able to hold us to account for how we provide our services. For further information please visit‘Professional Promise’