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The administration job is a complex one, since it varies depending on the establishment. Mainly, an administrator is the person in charge of organizing paperwork, schedule dates, answering phones, and solve daily issues that can present on the task.
Every office needs an efficient administrator who can ensure that everything behind the scenes of a successful company is running smoothly. Without one, things quickly start to fall apart.
This is a great job for those who like to dabble in a variety of tasks and can multi-task with ease.
More specific Administrator responsibilities may include:
You’ll usually be based in an office, and full-time administrators will work 35 hours plus a week.
However, there are plenty of part-time and flexible working options for administrators, and having a good work/life balance is a perk of the job.
While most employers will value good levels of literacy and numeracy, many will also look for top-notch typing, telephone and organisational skills.
According to Payscale, Entry-level salaries are in the region of £13k rising to around £23k (depending on the area and your responsibilities). The median income, as of July 2017, is £17,158.