Administrator - Part-Time - Cookstown

Job Description

VANRATH are assisting with the recruitment of an Administrator for a Global market leader that has a fantastic reputation. An amazing opportunity in a thriving organisation.

This role is based in the company's Cookstown office.

Shifts are Monday - Friday 9am - 2pm.


£15,000 per year + Fantastic Benefits package


  • Responsible for domestic shipping to UK & Ireland.
  • Assist with customer service queries via email or telephone and delegating tasks appropriately to the relevant departments.
  • Receiving post and processing into appropriate workflow.
  • Keeping tracking log up to date while shipping ensuring a high level of accuracy.
  • Posting invoice batches at end of day.
  • Scanning and filing of processed orders.
  • Any other administrative duties.

The Ideal Candidate:

  • At least 1-2 years Office Administration experience.
  • Confident and approachable telephone manner.
  • Good communication skills and administrative skills.
  • Experience using Microsoft Outlook and Excel.
  • Be able to adapt with flexibility to handle multiple tasks simultaneously under pressure.
  • Experience of invoicing is essential.

For further information on this opportunity, or any other position in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Conor Birch in the strictest confidence.

Some feedback from recent VANRATH candidates-

''I would highly recommend VANRATH who I found to be thoroughly helpful, informative and efficient from first point of contact. Within a week of sending my CV I had interviewed and received an offer for a new role''

''Very pleased with the service provided and extremely appreciative to VANRATH, who I'd highly recommend.''

''VANRATH was very helpful in assisting me in obtaining my new employment post. They made care to stay in touch, inform me of any updates and gave me some excellent interview advice. Thank you for all your assistance; I wouldn't think twice about using VANRATH again. Outstanding service.''