Administrator required at HMP Send. Temp to perm opportunity, flexible full time hours, £12.20+ holiday pay

    Your new company

    We are recruiting for an experienced Administrator to work for HMP Send Women’s prison in Woking. This will be working within their Business Hub department, based on site at the prison, however you will not be in direct contact with any prisoners.

    Your new role

    As a Business Administrator you will provide administrative support to the prison in the form of data entry and processing of information. The job holder will provide administrative support to the Business Hub maintaining finance, performance and administrative systems within specified timescales for the establishment.

    The areas that Business Hub cover, and therefore where you will be providing admin support to, include:

    • Performance
    • Audit and compliance
    • Finance
    • Measuring quality of prison life
    • Access requests
    • Complaints
    • Risk register
    • Procuring goods
    • Vehicle maintenance
    • Phone systems
    • Uniform orders
    • Inventory
    • Canteen administration
    • IT administration

    Hours: 37 hours per week
    Days: Monday to Friday (flexible working hours)
    Holiday: 33 days per annum
    Pay: £12.20 per hour plus hourly holiday.

    This role is an excellent opportunity to kick start a career within the prison service, with plenty of opportunities for progression and movement around the different departments around the prison.

    What you’ll need to succeed

    We are looking for someone with great attention for detail and good communication skills.

    You will need good IT skills, a professional manner, good general administration / PA skills, and have good time management skills.

    Any previous Admin experience will be extremely advantageous.

    All candidate are subject to HMPPS Security Vetting checks and identity checks prior to taking post.

    What you’ll get in return

    The role is full time but working hours are flexible to fit around you. Alongside free parking, the prison offers substituted staff mess facilities, regular breakfast clubs with cheap breakfast and lunches available, free use of the on-site gym at designated staff times, including Spinning and Pilates classes.
    To reward for hard work, they also hold ‘Reward & Recognition’ ceremonies every month where staff can win prizes for their dedication and work ethic.

    There is also a very competitive pension scheme within the MOJ, with the prison offering up to 6% employer contribution.

    This is an excellent opportunity for someone looking to start a career within the Prison Service or within HR, with training available to further-develop your skills into future roles within HMPPS.

    What you need to do now

    If you’re interested in this role, click ‘apply now’ to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.
    If this job isn’t quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career #