VANRATH are delighted to be assisting a global leader in survival and safety solutions with the recruitment of Administrator. Fantastic company to work in.
After training is completed - Hybrid working is allowed - The office is based in Dunmurry.
Shifts are Monday - Thursday (8.30am - 5.00pm) Friday (8.30am - 2.00pm) Early Finish Friday!
Initially this will be a Temporary contract of 10 weeks.
This is an immediate need for the company, and individuals who are immediately available or have a 1-week notice will be preferred to others.
£21,000 (Negotiable) + other additional benefits from a fantastic company
- Dealing with Purchase Ledgers
- Data entry on sick time, absence, and overtime within the company
- Document preparation
- Reconciling - Use of Excel
- Any other Admin duties as they arise
- Passing information on to relevant departments
The Ideal Person
- Experience working within a Administrative or Financial environment is essential
- Experience in dealing with Microsoft Excel is highly preferred
- Data Input experience preferred
- Good communicator
- Strong numeracy skills
For further information on this opportunity, or any other jobs in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Jack Groves on 02890330250 or email@example.com in the strictest confidence
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Oftentimes what occurs is that a company has a role and they have exhausted their efforts trying to find someone to hire, so they turn to a job agency. At that point, they stop posting the job online and let the agency handle the recruitment efforts.
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Many times, recruiters are working with a limited number of open positions. However, a recruiter is not often going to be that transparent with you. So, if you are seeking a job as a Project Manager and the recruiter does not have that role (or worse, if they don't ever handle these types of jobs).
The other con when working with a recruiter is transparency. They are a middle agent between you and the company. In some cases, such as in direct hire situations, that is not a significant issue.
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So, you might be working for close to minimum wage and the staffing firm that the recruiter works for is billing the company three times your hourly rate. It's not unheard of in major saturated markets like Chicago, Boston, New York City and Los Angeles to have a person making 16 dollars an hour as a temp and the company pay the staffing agency 40 dollars per hour.
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The downside to this is obvious. Staffing agencies, for all their promises, do not pay insurance. They don't contribute to a 401k. They don't provide anything besides hourly work. Having worked with dozens of them over the years, and having known and worked with hundreds of recruiters, the story is always the same.