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Administrator Jobs in Spain

Administrator

An Administrator will support a number of colleagues within the department or business to support with general office duties. This can include opening and distributing incoming mail, typing up documents and answering telephone calls and managing email inboxes. An Administrator may also be required to attend meetings and take notes, as well as coordinating bookings with various suppliers.

To work as an Administrator, candidates need to have good organisation and communication skills and the ability to work to tight deadlines. Administrators need a strong attention to detail to ensure work is completed to a high standard. Often no formal qualifications are required to be an Administrator, however Hiring Managers often require candidates to have previous experience working within a busy role, and competent IT skills and evidence of working across a wide range of technology systems.

Spain

Spain is located in Europe’s Iberian Peninsula and is the largest country in southern Europe. Spain is the sixth most populous country in Europe with a population of over 47 million. Each year Spain attracts over 83 million tourists who visit the country to experience its amazing landscapes, climate and Spanish culture.

 

Energy

The energy sector in Spain is booming with over 100 projects currently underway across renewable energy, power and transmission and distribution sectors. The majority of Spain’s current energy projects lie in renewable energy, with a further 150 seeking planning permission which could provide future work opportunities. The energy landscape in spain provides ample opportunity for candidates looking to progress or start their career in energy.

To find out more about energy jobs in Spain, take a look at our roles below.