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Client Processing Administrators

Client Processing Administrators
Amsterdam

We have various roles available for candidates with the following skill sets:

Fluency in English (additional Dutch/German/French preferred).
Previous Administration experience.
Advanced Excel skills (Pivot tables).
Accurate Data Entry skills.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, coupled with effective time management, analytical skills and organisational ability.
Client Services experience an advantage.

Roles include administrative positions within a European Processing team, management reporting, data validation and policy renewals.

If you are interested please contact Claire by emailing your CV to c.padgett@eurolondon.com. Thank you for applying to Euro London Appointments, the UK's largest independent language consultancy. Please be advised that documents will be treated in the strictest of confidence and that your application will not be forwarded without your permission. We aim to respond as promptly as possible to your application, however, due to the high level of CV's we receive we are only able to respond to applicants whose profile matches our Clients requirements. To enquire about other vacancies please visit our website at www.eurolondon.com

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Claire Padgett

Team: Secretarial & Admin Roles

I specialise in: Logistics, Sales Support, Finance, HR, Internal Recruitment

Languages: English & German

I’ve been at Euro London since: 1997

About me: I studied European Business and Technology at University, which involved living in Germany for a year, studying and working;  so finding a role connected to languages and business was always going to be my goal. My career at Euro London has spanned from setting up the Call Centre Resourcing and Euro London “North” teams, to Internal Recruiter and Branch Manager for Windsor and Senior Manager. After taking time out to have my second child, I now work as a Consultant, recruiting for Clients across the UK and Europe.

If I was a famous person, I would be:The Queen – just for a day.

Fun fact: I once lost a game of “fight your way out of the giant paper bag”, on stage in front of 1000 people, which made my daughter burst in to tears with shame.

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