£25000 - £26250 per annum
3 months ago
Our client is seeking a Contract Co-ordinator on a permanent basis.
40 per week
Monday - Friday
8:30 - 5:00
£25,000 per annum
As Contract Co-Ordinator you will be part of a team of 6 who are responsible for all the front-line support across the contract and the day to day organisation of the contract. You will liaise with a number of different parties including employees and the Client to make sure that refuse collections are carried out as appropriate including the scheduling of additional collections where needed.
Duties and Responsibilities:
In this extremely busy role you will:
- Manage the day to day organisation and delivery of tasks to meet operational standards
- Meet weekly objectives including some hands-on working
- Focus on the deployment, utilisation and motivation of staff
- Management, co-ordination and delivery of tasks to ensure service standards, productivity and quality parameters are met.
- Take calls relating to refuse and action accordingly
- Liaising with clients, supervisors, managers both internal and external
- Ensure H&S and Environmental Standards are maintained
- First point of contact for client, troubleshooting any issues
- Any other ad hoc requirements
Skills and Experience:
- To be successful in this role you will be a highly organised individual who has a keen eye for attention to detail. You will be computer literate with strong knowledge and experience across the Microsoft suite in particular in excel. You will be able to work on your initiative and will also be comfortable with an element of repetition in your work. A strong team player and communicator you will be comfortable in communicating across all levels of stakeholder.
- Ideally you will have held a similar position and will be at ease working with an operational environmental setting. You may have worked in industries such as manufacturing or construction.
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