VANRATH are assisting in the recruitment of an Administrator to join one of Ireland's largest publishing firms.
This employer is reknowned for their staff centric approach and working culture.
Monday - Friday - Permanent position
£24,000 - £26,000 + Benefits Package
- Point person for maintenance, mailing, supplies, and equipment
- Manage relationships with suppliers, service providers, and landlord, ensuring that all items are invoiced and paid on time
- Ensure filing systems are maintained and current
- Monitor and maintain office supplies inventory
- Handle customer inquiries and complaints
- Maintain a safe, secure, and pleasant work environment
- Processing event orders, invoicing & receipts
- Credit control
- Financial reporting
- Provide administrative support for the directors
- General office administration and support.
- Strong oral and written communication skills.
- Well organised with a professional manner.
- Excellent attention to detail and have the ability to work on their own initiative.
- Driving licence and access to own transport is essential for this role.
- Events/conference attendance will be required, which will include occasional overnight stays along with early morning starts and late evenings.
The successful candidate will ideally be educated to A level and will, preferably, have at least two years' experience in a similar environment.
For further information on this opportunity, or any other jobs in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact on 02890330250 or Phil.firstname.lastname@example.org in the strictest confidence.
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