We have a fantastic opportunity to join our busy team. We are looking for a highly motivated individual to provide administration support for the service.
The aim of the School Crossing Patrol Service is to ensure that children and adults can travel easily and safely whilst on their journeys to and from school. Staffordshire County Council has managed the School Crossing Patrol (SCP) Service since 1993 following its transfer from Staffordshire Police. The service operates at 250 sites across Staffordshire.
You’ll be required to:
- provide administrative support to the School Crossing Patrols Service Manager and the team whilst being a first point of contact for enquiries.
- use departmental databases and systems and the full range of Microsoft packages as part of your varied daily work.
- maintain and monitor ICT systems including the input and retrieval of data
- design and development of information and promotional material for patrols and communities to promote road safety initiatives.
- produce high level, accurate documents such as reports and collation of data.
- minute taking at meetings.
- assist with the delivery of training sessions (e.g., induction, on-site and safeguarding) for the patrols by organising and record keeping.
This role is predominantly office based in Stafford, although there is some flexibility for remote working as and when business needs allow.
The Ideal Candidate
With previous experience of providing administrative support, you’ll also need to be able to work in a team, have good organisational skills and a excellent ICT skill (including MS Office).
You’ll also need:
- good communication skills because you’ll interact with many people across the organisation and externally through phone, post, in person and by email.
- a flexible approach as sometimes things can change, so you’ll need to be able to prioritise work and sometimes change tasks quickly, often thinking on your feet.
- an ability to work on your own initiative with minimum supervision.
- be creative, with a good attention to detail.
- and a passion to always give the best service.
If you’re looking for a great development opportunity but are unsure whether your experience or skills are suitable please get in touch with the recruiting manager:
firstname.lastname@example.org and we can give you a bit more information.
About Staffordshire County Council
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The core of who we are as an organisation. Just like we all have personal values that shape our thoughts and behaviour, organisational values drive how we think and act collectively.
Our values were created and shaped by colleague feedback and national best practice and they sit at the heart of People Strategy:
We have a real sense of community spirit that brings our people together. This feeling of belonging means we are all connected to what we do and take pride in the difference we make every day for Staffordshire people. We are ambitious and our sights are set firmly on a better future.
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In addition to your salary, as a member of staff, you will have access to Our rewards and benefits - Careers at Staffordshire
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Staffordshire County Council is an equal opportunities organisation and Disability Confident employer. We encourage applications from all background and communities
As part of our commitment as a Disability Confident employer, a Gold Award Armed Forces employer and our commitment to supporting care leavers - we offer a guaranteed interview as long as your application meets the minimum criteria for the post.