Business Support Officer

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  • Salary: £10.54 - 12.13 - Hourly
  • Category: Administration and Secretarial
  • Location: West Midlands
  • Date: 1 week ago
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West Bromwich - Sandwell Council - Competitive Salary

Your new company
Due to the partnership between Hays and Sandwell Metropolitan Council we have an exciting opportunity to recruit for the position of Support Officer within Human Resources. Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council was created in 1974 to administer the newly formed Metropolitan Borough of Sandwell.

Your new role
You will be required to check electronic and paper files for all current employees for sandwell MBC and identify the Nationality/Citizenship/Right to Work and input these details in the required format.
Working Hours 37 Per Week
Monday - Thursday 09:00am - 05:30pm & Thursday 09:00am - 05:00pm.
Basic Rate £10.54.

What you'll need to succeed

You will be an experienced in Administration, Recruitment, Data Entry, Employment Checks, DBS application knowledge and must have experience in using Microsoft Office. You are self-reliant, self-motivated, a team player and have excellent attention to detail and high accuracy.

What you'll get in return
Your employment as a administrator will be a rewarding perk of the job as you will be taking pride in the service within Sandwell Council as an organisation. You will receive an employee pension scheme and unlimited progression.
As the biggest leading local authority in Europe with their reputation solely build upon their passionate investment people, your employment as a administrator will be a rewarding perk of the job as you will be taking pride in the service within Birmingham City Council as an organisation. You will receive an employee pension scheme and unlimited progression.
As the biggest leading local authority in Europe with their reputation solely build upon their passionate investment people, your employment as a administrator will be a rewarding perk of the job as you will be taking pride in the service within Birmingham City Council as an organisation. You will receive an employee pension scheme and unlimited progression.
As the biggest leading local authority in Europe with their reputation solely build upon their passionate investment people, your employment as a administrator will be a rewarding perk of the job as you will be taking pride in the service within Birmingham City Council as an organisation. You will receive an employee pension scheme and unlimited progression.
As the biggest leading local authority in Europe with their reputation solely build upon their passionate investment people, your employment as a administrator will be a rewarding perk of the job as you will be taking pride in the service within Birmingham City Council as an organisation. You will receive an employee pension scheme and unlimited progression.

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