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Corporate Admin (£23k)(Belfast City Centre - Mon - Fri)

Job Description

VANRATH are working with one of the Worlds leading Property companies, assisting them with the recruitment of a skilled Corporate Administrator in Belfast City Centre.

This is a Permanent position - Based in Belfast City Centre (Monday - Friday 9.00am - 5.30pm).

This company has a fantastic reputation for progressing staff, and has a great working culture.

It is Essential to have worked in a Corporate environment or Professional Services environment e.g. Law Firms etc.

Salary

£22,000 - £23,000 + Bonus in March + Salary reviews + 10% employer contribution + Fantastic Benefits including - Work life balance with a generous holiday entitlement, Pension schemes, Career development opportunities including a transparent and accessible promotion process

Responsibilities:

  • Keeping our in-house database fully up to date for contacts including adding instructions alongside other team members
  • Assist with company invoicing and procurement
  • Reception Duties
  • Answering telephone enquiries in a professional manner and taking accurate messages
  • Updating monthly Pitch Tracker
  • Office Duties
  • Ordering stationary supplies as and when required.
  • Purchasing office sundries as and when required.
  • Travel arrangements as required
  • Assistance with expenses as required
  • Raise fee/marketing invoices for department

The Ideal Person:

  • A Minimum of 1 years Administration Experience in a Corporate or Professional Services environment

Desirable:

  • Previous relevant experience either in Professional Services
  • Excellent organisational skills
  • Effectively manage time in order to meet deadlines
  • Be personable and outgoing

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

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