Admin “Bank Staff”

Reference: ADMBANJUL24

Location: Salem Street


Salary: ££12.21 per hour

Team: Admin Team

Responsible To:

Closing Date:

About the Role

Would you like to join our “Bank Staff” team?  We are looking for individuals who would be able to provide temporary cover as and when needed – there would not be any guaranteed hours.

The role of admin bank staff would be to work as part of a small team providing organisational support, along with supporting the reception service.  This would involve assisting visitors and clients with enquiries on the telephone, in person and often signposting to other teams/services.  Typical duties will include general administration such as health and safety checks, setting meeting rooms up, photocopying/scanning and using Microsoft Office packages.

We are also looking for individuals with basic finance processing payment skills to support the wider finance function.

This role would suit someone who is confident, has administrative skills, is organised, likes to be busy and has lots of common sense.

We are looking for individuals who:

  • Have a friendly and welcoming manner and a non-judgemental attitude.
  • Have good written English and excellent communication skills.
  • Are self-motivated and able to work under minimal supervision.
  • Are competent in the use of Microsoft Office packages.
  • Share our values.

 In return we can offer:

  • A supportive team.
  • An opportunity to learn new skills.
  • Access to training and development opportunities.

If you would like to have an informal conversation about the role, please contact Maxine Woods, Head of People Services on to arrange this.

No CV’s, no employment agencies please.

We would love to hear from you if you believe you have the skills.  There will be no closing date, the role will be advertised until we have recruited sufficient bank staff.

If applying online, please make a note of this Job Reference


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