• £243.75

An exciting opportunity has become available for a dedicated and hard-working individual, as an administrator with Brewlab Ltd. We offer training and analysis to individuals and businesses alike, supporting them to optimise their process, reduce potential risks, save money and support in new product development.

Desired skills

Good organisation skills, and personal accountability, good IT skills, attention to detail

Personal qualities

Reliable and punctual, responsible, hardworking, team player, strong verbal and non-verbal communication skills, professional and customer focused.

Desired qualifications

GCSE, or equivalent in Maths, English are required at grade 4/C or above. ICT skills also preferred.

Future prospects

Full time position for the right candidate

Things to consider

This role will see you spending long periods of time at a desk, in front of a PC. At times receipt of samples will require applicants to be actively using 1 flight of stairs as a lift is unavailable to the office floor.

Important Other Information

Office role – no college attendance

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