Courses Administrator (Fixed term contract)

1 week ago(9/1/2018 9:50 AM)
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Company Outline


SWAT UK is one of the leading providers of training and consultancy services to the accountancy profession. In addition to running a wide range of accountancy courses in venues throughout England and Wales, as well as online, we also provide consultancy and compliance support to accountancy firms. SWAT UK is a dynamic, forward-thinking business and our mission statement is to improve the economic well-being and quality of life of clients and staff.  Although we expect the very highest standards from all our staff, we are a friendly team where everyone is working towards the common goal of driving the firm forward. If you are looking to be part of a team in which everyone’s contribution plays a vital role in the company’s success, then we would love to hear from you.

SWAT UK is part of Wilmington plc Professional Division. 


Main Purpose of Role

This is a Fixed term Contract role until 30 September 2018, providing a great opportunity to join one of the leading providers of training and consultancy services to the accountancy professions.


This role is a key part of the courses administration team, the main duties of which include taking client calls and advising them about products and services.


This involves taking course bookings, arranging venues, materials and lecturers for courses and updating course notes and details on our internal systems. It also involves an element of client care for some key clients.

Skills and Experience Required

Good all round general administrative experience is required, including sound Microsoft Word and Excel skills.


Familiarity with updating databases is desirable while an excellent telephone manner is essential, along with good letter writing skills and a high degree of attention to detail.


As well as all of the above qualities, the successful candidate will be personable, reliable, punctual and have a proven ability to work to a high standard under pressure.










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