Personal Assistant Ref:3006293

The Role
Liverpool is looking to recruit experienced Personal Assistants to provide high quality comprehensive secretarial support directly to the Finance and Resources Directorate Management Team.

The Personal Assistant role sits within a fast-paced service and therefore requires an individual who is flexible in their approach, forward thinking and have the ability to multi-task and deliver within timescales.

The successful candidates for the Personal Assistant job will undertake:

Efficient diary management service to ensure effective time management, with support around facilitating appointments, meetings (online and building based) and events in a proactive, efficient and confidential manner
The management of incoming communications on behalf of Assistant Directors including filtering emails and other general information, queries, phone calls and invitations, highlighting urgent correspondence as necessary
To service appropriate meetings both online and on site, including preparing agendas, word processing, collating, distributing papers, taking and distributing minutes, making room and refreshments available and progress chasing actions/ activities associated with meetings.
To act as an ambassador for the Assistant Directors assigned to you, demonstrating the Councils values and providing high quality customer services
To provide high quality secretarial support duties involving use of MS Teams, Word, Excel and Power Point
To produce professional correspondence, reports (including preparation of reports), documents and presentations for the Assistant Director
If you would like any further information on the role then please contact Jan Noone on

Following the UK leaving the EU, the new skilled worker visa points system has been designed for EU and non-EU residents to ensure only workers who can build enough points for a visa to be issued can work in the UK. This vacancy does not meet the points requirement for a skilled worker visa to be issued, nor is it a vacancy on the shortage occupations list therefore anyone applying who does not have the right to work in the UK currently will not be progressed. If you believe this is a mistake, please email

Liverpool City Council is committed to having a workforce that is representative of the communities we serve. We are an Equal Opportunities Employer and believe that the decision to appoint should be based upon whether an individual’s skills, experience, qualifications, and abilities make them the most suitable candidate for the role.

If you require any reasonable adjustments in line with the Equality Act 2010 such as the application form in a different format or additional time to complete your application, please contact the recruitment team via
£24,491.00 - £28,672.00
Closing date
How to apply
Applicants to go to or telephone 0151 233 3003. Please quote reference LCC03157 in all enquiries.

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