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Job ID:  3466
Department:  Gibb Central Services
Category:  Administration

Great Yarmouth, GB

Employment Type:  Permanent

Company Overview

Gibb Group is the industry’s leading provider of PPE and MRO products and services as well as one of the energy sector’s most experienced, qualified suppliers. Available globally, our extensive product range is backed by in-house expertise that adds value and ensures our clients’ Offshore teams and assets are protected at all times.

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Gibb is part of Clarksons – the world’s leading provider of integrated maritime services including broking, finance, port services and research. Clarksons is at the heart of global shipping and has an unrivaled reach, expertise, and depth of experience. Clarksons partner with clients across every sector to meet the demands of the world’s rapidly evolving maritime, offshore, trade and energy markets. Building on our unique heritage and harnessing our insights to see further, faster, we work with our clients and communities to create strategies that have a positive impact on the industry and the world around us. Dedicated to excellence, it’s our people that drive success for our clients.

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Role Summary

The Office Administrator  will play a key role in supporting both the Supply Chain and Sales team in carrying out daily office administration tasks to help the smooth running of the office. This role would suit someone who is self-motivated, highly organised, and proactive, who enjoys being a valued member of the team.


What you’ll be doing

  • Answer and transfer calls with a courteous and professional manner and take accurate messages ensuring these are passed on to the relevant person.
  • Help to field/handle queries.
  • Emailing of documents.
  • Filing and scanning of documents. 
  • Assist with expediting reports when required.
  • Assist with stock counting and data input duties.
  • Keeping attendance records.
  • Arrange company vehicle servicing/Mot/repairs including insurance claims.
  • Order stationery.
  • Additional / ad hoc duties as required to meet the needs of the business.


What we’re looking for

We invite applications from candidates who can demonstrate:

  • Drive and self-motivation, with the desire and commitment to succeed, deliver excellence and make positive change;
  • Relationship building, with excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to quickly build rapport;
  • Collaboration, able to work well with others across diverse backgrounds to share information, develop skills, and deliver results;
  • Resilience with the ability to persist and adapt;
  • Smart problem-solving and analytical abilities, with a curious and inquisitive mind, and an openness to new ideas;
  • Professional integrity and a respect for company values.


Other requirements

  • Previous office administration / work experience advantageous
  • Good communication skills (verbal and written)
  • Self-motivated and highly organised, able to multitask and work to tight deadlines
  • High focus on accuracy and attention to detail
  • Proactive and able to use initiative
  • Team player with a flexible approach
  • Good MS Office skills (outlook, word, excel)