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Associate, Business Support - 3 days per month (plus ad hoc days)

Summary Information for vacancy - reference PSC/04/10


Postal Services Commission


£29500 - £35050 Per Annum


Lambeth (IL), Greater London, London

Closing Date

12 April 2010

Interviews start

Not specified




Not specified

Pay frequency


Appointment Terms


Working Arrangement

Part time

Travel required


No of vacancies


Field of work


Brief Description

To lead production of formal minutes of monthly Commission meetings
To proof read consultation and other documents by request
To provide a note taking service in meetings by request

Vacancy description

• Leading on production of agendas, minutes and action points for monthly Commission meetings;
• Proof reading of summary and technical documents for accuracy of sentence structure, grammar, punctuation, spelling and usage, capitalisation and numbers.
• Ensuring consultation and other documents reflect Postcomm’s document templates and plain English policy
• Being part of the business support team, providing general office and administrative support including note taking

Further information

CRB check required - Yes

Regulated by OCSC - No

Reserved for existing civil servants - No

Reserved for UK nationals - Yes

How to apply

For details on how to apply and for further details on how Postcomm works and how it regulates the mail industry please click on the link below,


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