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Audit Team Administrator

Job Description

This is an exciting and challenging role which will provide the opportunity to join a growing team, within a busy and important team ensuring all deliverables are met to timeline and client requirements.

Salary/ Benefits
In order to attract the very best talent on the market a generous remuneration package is offered, starting at £22,000 plus a range of benefits.

Our client provides tax, audit and assurance, advisory and business outsourcing services to companies across all sectors of the economy. Their Global Outsourcing team work with national and international clients to ensure their accounting and tax compliance obligations are met in any country they have a presence. We enable our clients to focus on their core business whilst our team relieve them of the burdens and risks of global accounting, compliance, payroll, service charge accounting and technology management

The Ideal Person
As an Audit Team Administrator, you will play an integral role within our Audit Team providing professional admin support to the Audit Partners and Management Team. You will be supported with job specific training and other development opportunities. Skillset required;

  • Experience in a professional services environment
  • Minimum of 5 GCSES (or equivalent) including Maths and English at grade C or above
  • 2 years' previous experience in a similar role
  • RSA qualification and/or demonstrated word processing skills
  • Intermediate/Advanced knowledge of Microsoft packages including Word, Excel and PowerPoint


As the Audit Team Administrator, you will;

  • Producing a wide range of business-related documentation, in line with normal template styles
  • Design presentations and assist in the preparation of high-quality reports
  • Print, collate and distribute approved documents in advance of internal and external meetings as required
  • Supporting management meetings including collating papers, taking minutes and following up on actions
  • Provide administrative support on client projects, which may on occasion require involvement in client assignments
  • Provision of assistance with client regulator submissions
  • Assist team in adherence with Compliance procedures
  • Communicating and dealing with recruitment paperwork for registering trainees
  • Provide timely and accurate management information
  • Input and maintain client information
  • General office duties including typing, filing, photocopying, process expense claims and timesheets, file storage and shredding as required.
  • To be flexible in terms of both working hours and work types and provide such other support as would reasonably be expected to ensure the smooth running of the department.

A bit about me:
I have been recruiting in the Belfast market for the past 2 years, helping Public Sector, HSCNI and NFP organisations hire Programme Managers, Project Managers, Change Managers, Business and PMO Analysts.

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"5 stars to VANRATH and Peter Brittain!
Something that struck me was Peter's diligence to find a role that would suit my experience. Peter showed great professionalism, work ethic and we struck it off from day one on the phone with his friendly can do attitude. I would highly recommend getting in touch with Peter and VANRATH if you are looking to take that next step in your career or are looking a change!"

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