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96 Admin Officer Jobs Found

An increasing number of people can be found working in admin officer jobs in the UK. Latest estimates place around two million admin officer jobs across the private and public sectors combined. With so many admin officer employers looking for suitable candidates, there are often lots of opportunities to begin and develop your career in this role.

Working as an admin officer will involve providing clerical and administrative support to others. This will include following office procedures as well as improving them. You will be responsible for many different tasks, as well as be expected to help with any issues that suddenly appear. Admin office jobs exist in many different sectors, with the role often a mixture of working alone and as part of a bigger team.

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Admin office jobs can be found in companies of every size and in every sector. You will likely be working in an office environment and be responsible for a variety of duties. This will include creating various documents on a computer, ensuring such documents are filed and stored appropriately and dealing with issues through email, telephone and face-to-face.

Other tasks will include organising meetings and other diary appointments for a variety of colleagues, often up to executive-level positions. Such arrangements may include arranging travel and hotels for colleagues, as well as dealing with holidays and issues surrounding pay.

Whilst some senior-level admin officer employers may require previous experience, and even qualifications in a particular area related to their sector, many will not. Entry-level admin officer jobs will provide full on-the-job training. You will likely need GCSEs in English and math, as well as be comfortable creating documents on a computer using a system such as Microsoft Office.

Personality is also important in this role, as are good communication skills, with admin officer employers often looking for the following:

  • Smart appearance
  • Good people skills, including a willingness to help others
  • Organised and able to multi-task
  • Hard working and reliable

With so many admin officer jobs existing in the UK, the role has good career prospects. Firstly, you will receive skills and training in areas that you can easily use in other roles. These will likely include IT, typing and customer-service skills. In terms of promotion, more senior office positions are traditional, as well as moving into other departments and different roles within an organisation. Popular areas that people move into from admin include human resources, public relations and marketing.

In terms of salary, most entry-level admin officer jobs will be low, and can be anywhere between £16,000 – £21,000. People working as an admin officer in more senior roles, as well as those with relevant experience, can expect to earn anything up to £30,000.

Low starting salaries, being low in a company’s hierarchy and being given menial tasks can all be negative issues related to working as an admin officer. You will also be expected to learn on the job, meaning quickly. You may have to be seated for long parts of the day, as well as be responsible for many small, different tasks. Initially, your contribution may often be overlooked, and this can also be an issue for some.

However, with so many admin officer employers and jobs found across the entire UK, the role can be a great way to start your career. You will be working with other people in an office environment, with the variety of your daily tasks helping to create an exciting working day. You will also be able to develop skills that you can use for other roles should you wish to change careers.