Team Administrator/Receptionist - Maternity Cover


We are looking for a Team Administrator/Receptionist to support and provide a first class level of administrative support to the sales teams at EuroLondon as well as to Euro London's clients and candidates

Duties include but are not limited to:
Meeting and greeting candidates and clients and providing an exceptional level of customer service to both candidates and clients
Ensure all CV's, passports, certificate and any other necessary documents are scanned and added to the company CRM system
Printing and updating all information for new starters within the company
Sending out contracts and addendums plus all starter information to new and existing temporary workers
Sending out online IT tests to Euro London candidates
Adding all temporary holiday requests to the holiday tracker and to liaise with our payroll department on a regular basis
Sending out and dealing with all reference requests for temporary workers
Dealing with all other background checks for Euro London candidates Experian and CRB
Running and distributing coding reports on a weekly basis
Office housekeeping including stationary/kitchen supplies, ensuring that the office is kept in a tidy.
Any other ad hoc administrative duties.
Covering for the office manager in her absence

This is a maternity cover position

Consultant

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Claire Padgett

Team: Secretarial & Admin Roles

I specialise in: Logistics, Sales Support, Finance, HR, Internal Recruitment

Languages: English & German

I’ve been at Euro London since: 1997

About me: I studied European Business and Technology at University, which involved living in Germany for a year, studying and working;  so finding a role connected to languages and business was always going to be my goal. My career at Euro London has spanned from setting up the Call Centre Resourcing and Euro London “North” teams, to Internal Recruiter and Branch Manager for Windsor and Senior Manager. After taking time out to have my second child, I now work as a Consultant, recruiting for Clients across the UK and Europe.

If I was a famous person, I would be:The Queen – just for a day.

Fun fact: I once lost a game of “fight your way out of the giant paper bag”, on stage in front of 1000 people, which made my daughter burst in to tears with shame.

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