IS27 provides consultancy advice and support to businesses wishing to gain ISO certifications for Information Security and Health and Safety accreditations on a national basis.
Key responsibilities for the role:
To assist the ISO Consultant(s) with project administration duties, for example:
- Creating client files (paper and electronic)
- Proof reading client minutes and distribute appropriately
- Proof reading audit reports
- Develop, update and maintain relevant registers
- Liaise with certification bodies
- Liaise with clients
- Develop documented procedures in-line with ISO 9001 and ISO27001 requirements
Update all clients (CRM).
Key skills to be successful in your application are:
|Apprentice Will gain experience if desire to learn
||Knowledge of ISO systems
|Excellent organisational and communication skills, along with Microsoft Office (e.g Word, Excel, Outlook)
|CV, Interview and Test
|Self-motivated and willingness to learn and develop existing and new skills.
Location: 30 High Street, Prescot
Contracted hours: 35
Hourly rate of pay: NMW
Closing date: 19 January, 2022
How to apply
Top tips for filling in the application form:
- Research the employer offering the job. Find out what they do and what the job involves.
- Show the employer you understand their business by referring to them in your application, for example: "I am interested in developing skills in building maintenance and noticed you were successful in winning a large contract to maintain houses for a large housing association."
- Always read the job description for the job you are applying for before you start to complete the application form to make sure the information you include is relevant to the job.
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