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Administrative Assistant

Summary Information for vacancy - reference 108n/03/10


Tribunals Service


£13086 - £15216 Per Annum


LS1 2ED, Leeds, West Yorkshire, Yorkshire & Humberside

Closing Date

16 April 2010

Interviews start

04 May 2010





Pay frequency


Appointment Terms


Working Arrangement

Full time,Part time,Job share

Travel required


No of vacancies


Field of work


Brief Description

Administrative Support staff provide general admin support to the various sections within the court/tribunal/office or provide support to other functions within the MoJ family. Although many of the tasks are straightforward, regulated by well-established guidelines and/or detailed instructions, some initiative may be required

Vacancy description

37 hours per week (excluding lunch breaks).
Full Time, Suitable for Job Share/ Reduced Hours

Fixed term contract, of no longer than 51 weeks, there is a possibility of this post being made permanent dependent upon future requirements.

Duties may include:
1.Photocopying and scanning documents
2.Retrieving files out for queries
5.Data entry and recording on the in-house computer system
6.Operating court/tribunal/office equipment
7.Opening, logging and distributing mail
8.Answering straightforward telephone and email queries
9.General ad hoc office duties


2 GCSE’s (at Grade A, B or C) including English Language, or equivalent; OR have suitable experience within an administrative role.

Further information

CRB check required - No

Regulated by OCSC - No

Reserved for existing civil servants - No

Reserved for UK nationals - No

How to apply

To obtain an application pack, candidates should download the documents from
Braille and large format versions of the forms are available by phoning the Resourcing Services Centre on 0117 925 1192.

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