What does a Support Staff Member do?

Support staff members perform a broad array of support and assistance tasks. They are employed in many fields including events, healthcare, and operations, and their specific duties depend on the particular role and industry. Their role often involves assisting with facilities and logistics, performing tasks such as setting up equipment at an event location. They provide administrative support and perform clerical work. That work may involve answering phones, setting up appointments, performing data entry, and handling customer relations. In some roles, they may also be responsible for light housekeeping or maintenance duties.

Support staff members have a high school diploma, although any additional training or education is an asset. They must be highly organized and detail oriented. Proficiency with common office software programs is helpful.

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Average Years of Experience

0 - 1
2 - 4
5 - 7

Support Staff Member Seniority Levels

Team Member
8% made the transition
29% made the transition
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Support Staff Member Salaries

Average Base Pay

£20,610 /yr
Same as national average
Not including cash compensation
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Median: £21K
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