Operations Administrator - United Kingdom and Northern Area
We are currently recruiting for a unique opportunity to join our
UKNA Area Office team in Maidenhead. The UKNA commemorates
310,000 casualties, in over 13,000 locations throughout the UK,
Republic of Ireland, Gibraltar, Scandinavia, Iceland and the Faroe
Reporting to the Operations Manager, the Operations
Administrator will be responsible for providing a wide range of
administrative support for UKNA operational activities. This
includes co-ordinating the ordering, replacement and delivery of
Headstones for UKNA and ensuring records are accurately maintained.
You will also be required to provide a wide range of management
information, respond to enquiries and provide project and
administrative support; primarily to the Operations Manager but
also to UKNA regional staff.
The successful candidate will need to have previous
administrative experience and be both numerate and IT literate with
a good knowledge of Microsoft Office packages including Excel
(Intermediate level) and Powerpoint. Proven experience of using
databases and producing management information is also essential as
are excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Applicants
should also enjoy using their initiative to resolve problems and
thrive on working to deadlines and managing priorities. A full
manual driving licence is also required.
To apply for this opportunity to join our UKNA
Team please send a copy of your CV and a short covering letter
detailing your experience and what you can bring to the role
The closing date for applications is Mon 7 December 2015 at
9AM, and it is anticipated that interviews will take place in
Maidenhead over the period 15- 17December 2015.
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Nordic Project Manager (contract role) - Maidenhead, United
Kingdom and Northern Area (UKNA)
We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Nordic Project
Manager to join our United Kingdom and Northern Area Office in
Maidenhead. The purpose of this role is to scope, determine and
deliver, within the contract period, a planned programme of
activity to ensure the effective maintenance of graves and
memorials in burial sites within the Nordic Area. This will involve
establishing and reinforcing relevant contacts in each country,
conducting inspection tours and promoting and representing the
Commission and its work.
You will need to demonstrate extensive experience of stakeholder
engagement as well as experience of negotiating with contractors
and suppliers. A proven ability to organise and complete projects
on time, to budget and to high quality standards is also essential
as are IT skills.
You will also need excellent communication and diplomacy skills
and experience of working with a diverse range of people at all
Due to the nature of this role, a full manual driving licence
and the ability to travel are essential. A degree or
equivalent in a relevant area, such as Horticulture, Works,
Maintenance or Facilities Management would also be
This contract is expected to commence in January 2016 and run
until September 2017. The salary scale for this role starts at
£30,710 p.a. with an additional Technical Supervisors
Allowance of £2,835 per annum.
To apply for this opportunity to join our team please
send a copy of your CV and a short covering letter detailing
your experience and what you can bring to the role to email@example.com
The closing date for applications is Mon 7 December at 9AM.
Interviews will take place 15-16 December in Maidenhead.
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job description and fact