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Administrator Jobs in Wales

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.

​Wales

Wales is a country in the United Kingdom, with a population of just over 3 million people. Wales is a mountainous region, with famous mountains such as Snowdon, it's also home to award-winning beaches and three national parks. Major cities in Wales include Swansea and Cardiff and can both be easily accessed from England via the M4 motorway.