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A chambers administrator overlooks the administration of chambers. The duties include handling the financial controls, ensuring effective implementation of policies, and providing assistance to the chambers management team. The administrator also supervises the recruitment matters and administers the payroll along with offering assistance and support to the Chambers director whenever needed.
Most employers require an administration, finance, or equivalent degree for chamber administrator jobs. Attention to detail and effective communication skills are a must for this job. The ability to keep the confidentiality of work and organisation skills are also required for the role. Experience in administration and financial/HR management is preferred for the position.
The average per annum income for chamber administrator vacancies varies depending on the factors like the employer and job responsibilities. The legal chambers administrators are generally offered competitive salary packages, especially for permanent positions. The more experienced administrators earn better and enjoy perks like healthcare, bonuses, career growth opportunities, paid holidays, and more.
If you have accounting and bookkeeping experience and long to build your career in law administration, you are likely to find the work gratifying. The position involves multiple responsibilities and you get to learn a lot and interact with different people which makes the role exciting. So, yes, being a chamber administrator has promising prospects.
Currently, there are plenty of job openings for chamber administrators. The employment opportunities for the role are likely to get better in the years to come. If you are good with people management and bookkeeping, getting the job will not be difficult. Search for administration and other vacancies in the law firms on Simply Law Jobs!
Chamber administrators manage the financial, administrative, HR functions and oversee the facilities management. They make sure that the chambers’ accounts are well-maintained, they reconcile the billing and transactions for efficient handling of the departments’ finances. They ensure that the HR policies are effectively implemented and there is clarity about the rules pertaining to leaves and other matters for the existing and new employees. They manage the facilities team and approve the refurbishments, repairs, and other requested work. They deal with the contractor and supplier issues and resolve them in a timely and efficient manner. Providing assistance to the Chambers Director is also in the chamber administrator job description.
The day-to-day responsibilities of chamber administrators include handling the daily aspects of the chamber’s accounts and doing the bookkeeping. They provide assistance to the chambers management team and manage the company’s compliance and related tasks. They are required to maintain a friendly relationship with the contractors, suppliers and guide the facilities team. They give Hr support to the employees, sanctioning the leaves and explaining the policies and rules to the new employees along with administering payroll. They can be consulted about recruitment matters. They make sure that the administrative, HR and financial support given to the chambers are of the highest standards.
Administration and people management skills are necessary requirements for this job as it involves handling different tasks and dealing with people on a regular basis. Communication skills are also important for the role. Being a good organiser will help with determining the priority of the management work and getting it completed within the given timelines. Attention to detail will aid with doing the accounting work accurately. Having a professional and pleasant demeanour will make it easy to fit in the role. Records and document management skills are a must-have for the position. Filter your job search and submit your application conveniently through Simply Law Jobs!