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Graduate Systems Admin
 
Title: Graduate Systems Admin
Category: Medical Health
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £18,000.00
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Description:
Abbots Care are the Company and Employer of choice for Home Care within Hertfordshire, UK. We are a market leader in the field of care delivery through making a difference to our customer’s lives by providing highly trained care workers.

We are looking for a full time graduate to join our friendly office team on an initial 6 month contract. The role involves being the project co-ordinator and system administrator for our new care system and would be suitable for someone with a management or systems related degree or qualification, which demonstrates a detailed level of analysis and attention to detail.

£18,000 starting salary with the opportunity to progress and move onto a permanent contract after the first 6 months.

Previous experience is not required, however successful candidates will be educated to an A level standard with a keen interest to progress in finance.

Requirements

Enthusiastic Analytically minded Keen desire to progress within the role Flexible and adaptable approach Pro-active and keen to add-value Passionate and can-do approach This is a fantastic opportunity for somebody looking for their first step into finance/accountancy within a reputable and well-established care company.

Benefits

Competitive rates of pay Contributory pension scheme Paid DBS application* Friendly and supportive management team Career development opportunities *Terms and Conditions apply.
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