Administrator

Every digital leap forward we make is fuelled by all kinds of can-do. Finance, Legal and HR. Operations, Customer Services and Marketing. Experts who keep our pencils sharp and rockets firing. Bright, passionate people full of ideas. We encourage them all, as we power a vibrant digital future together. 

Right now we are looking for a Team Administrator. It’s a full-time role, working 36.5 hours a week, reporting to the Director of IT Operations and Head of Project Management.

Department
Technical
Salary
Up to £26,500
Location
Oxford
Type of Hire
Permanent
Ref No
401

What does a Team Administrator do?

Our Team Administrators are people who give-it-their all, multi-taskers who support our technical teams and the Project Management Office with a range of administrative tasks.  A really varied role with lots of opportunity to learn new skills and with the longer term potential to develop further within the project management team.

 

What do we ask of a Team Administrator?

There are things we ask of everyone who works with us, and some that are specific to each role.  Here’s what we need from our Team Administrators.

Super Connectors
You love communicating and creating great working relationships across different team. You professionally manage communications with customers and suppliers.

Give-It-Your-All
Have a real can-do attitude to managing multiple tasks, priorities and deadlines. Facilitating the smooth running of the administrative support for our technical teams. Be creative and committed to keep improving.

Multi-taskers

Confidently juggle tasks for different teams. Use your time management skills to provide administrative support to the IT Operations department and the Project Management Office including the preparation of slides, spreadsheets and reports, and assisting with the scheduling and organisation of internal and external meetings.

Maintain excellent standards
Great attention to detail to deliver professional production and management of reports, documentation and data.

 

The skills and experience you will bring…

You will have previous experience in an administrative role, ideally in an IT/technical organisation.

You have excellent communication skills and the ability to build a strong personal network, working with people at all levels of the organisation.

You have great working knowledge of all Microsoft Office applications. If you have used Microsoft Sharepoint or databases for purchasing/ asset tracking before then that would be an advantage.

You have excellent attention to detail, the ability to multi-task and manage conflicting priorities.