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Administrative Clerk

United Kingdom
£14 per hour


We are currently looking to support our client based in Birkenhead with a requirement for an Administrative Clerk on a part time contract basis. This will initially run for 6 months - further work cannot be guaranteed but successful candidates will look to be retained subject to workload.

This is a part time contract working 25 hours per week, however flexibility to increase this will be required - covering sickness and absences. General office hours are Monday – Friday 8:30 – 17:00 and candidates will be able to discuss their necessary hours direct with the client.

Some further information is given below but we are looking for a minimum of 3 years prior working experience as an Administrative Clerk or within administration roles - including time spent within invoice processing, document preparation, and file maintenance . The client works in the manufacturing sector in a busy plant environment, and some experience in a similar position will be beneficial. Training and support will be provided on an ongoing basis by the current team and plant logistics manager.


Administrative Clerk - Key Duties and Responsibilities:

The list of duties included in this job description are not exhaustive. Duties may alter in nature occasionally and from time to time employees may be asked to carry out other reasonable duties.

Your duties will include:

  • Sales order and data entry
  • Creation of labels
  • Production of delivery notes.
  • Dealing with drivers inwards and outbound
  • Scanning documents into the company system (SAP)
  • Checking Invoices and scanning them to head offices (overseas)
  • Ordering of any relevant stationary
  • Answering calls and forwarding to relevant person onsite


Administrative Clerk - Skills, Knowledge and Experience required

  • Good level of numeracy and literacy
  • Good level of computer skills on Microsoft office, Excel and Word.
  • Sympathetic, reliable person, a real team player
  • SAP experience is preferred but not essential as training can be provided