Administrator (Business Growth Services)
Purpose of Role
The Business Growth Services Administrator plays a central role within the Government Infrastructure Advisory department within Grant Thornton UK LLP. The post holder will provide high-quality administrative support across all government contracts.
- You will provide a high quality service, assist in the preparation for client meetings, conduct research and collect evidence for the Advisors
- Meet and greet clients and act as the first point of contact for clients
- You will be involved in project and event planning work
- Any other adhoc administrative task
- Excellent IT literacy including MS Office skills with particularly strong experience in using excel
- Must be comfortable using a complex, centralised CRM system to log client data, client interactions, and to be able to use advanced find to query the data and generate reports for others to analyse
- Strong organisational skills and attention to detail
- Experience of undertaking minor research using various tools to identify key information
- Excellent communication skills: must be confident and comfortable making and receiving calls from a wide range of sources, covering a diverse range of topics
Dynamic organisations know they need to apply both reason and instinct to decision-making. At Grant Thornton UK LLP, this is how we advise our clients every day. We combine award-winning technical expertise with the intuition, insight and confidence gained from our extensive sector experience and a deeper understanding of our clients.
We look for people who understand business, people who will ask insightful questions and challenge thinking, people who are approachable, proactive and seize opportunities as they arise. In short, people who can be as fast and agile as our clients are.
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