Amanda Wilson

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Currently working for SRGEurope, where I have been for 5 years my role has evolved and now as the Office Manager I support the Consultants and Managing Director within a meritocratic based culture. At SRG we actively encourage a team ethos where everyone pulls together to achieve Company and  individual success. I manage the office in all aspects and aim to ensure that we continue to find the right jobs for the right people!

A focussed and highly-motivated individual I have a background in Administration and Project Coordination going back over 20 years. In 1991 I started my career with the Ministry of Defence and HM Customs and Excise, working as an Administration Officer within various admin teams around the country. After 14 years, I relocated to the Midlands where I joined the Contracts Department of a Local Authority and as Project Coordinator was an integral part of a team that built UK Schools and Community Centre’s.

The areas I cover include:

Invoices, HR & Payroll, Finance related issues,  Recruitment Advertising , KPI’s, Office Management, Facilities Management, Customer Service - Client and Candidate Facing

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