Fuel Card Services Location:
Reporting into the Administration Manager you´ll provide assistance with all fuel card processes and deal with customer enquiries within the admin department. This is a purely administrative role with a very high workload so to be successful you must have an excellent attention to detail and a good worth ethic. Some of your duties and responsibilities will include:
- Ordering fuel cards for new and existing customers.
- Production and distribution of correspondence to customers and colleagues
- Cancelling cards and account closures
- Answering the telephone and dealing with customer enquiries, including transaction queries
- Contacting customers
- Post room duties
- Scanning and filing of paperwork using a Document Management system.
In addition to the above, you´ll be required to support the rest of the administration team to ensure all work is completed in a timely manner and key deadlines are met. Requirements:
Do you have...
- Experience working in a busy office environment?
- Excellent attention to detail?
- A good standard of education with grade C (or equivalent) in English & Mathematics?
- An excellent communicator with a professional and confident telephone manner?
- Methodical with the ability to organise & prioritise your own workload?
- Able to work well individually and as part of a busy team?
Were offering a people focussed package that includes a basic salary of up to £16,500 plus up to 8% of your salary paid as personal and company related performance bonus.
20 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays. No shifts, we all work Monday to Friday with a regular 2.45pm finish on a Friday and lots of additional benefits curtesy of Perkbox. Check out our website for more info on our work/life balance commitment.
Take the first step by applying now and fuel your ambition.
We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.
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