Back to Job Search

Excel Admin (Immediate Start - 24.5k - Hybrid/Belfast)

Job Description

VANRATH are delighted to be assisting a leading Broadband Company with the recruitment of an Excel Administrator. Fantastic company to work in, one of the best company cultures in NI and opportunities for progression.

Shifts are held over Monday to Friday (9.00am - 5.00pm + 1 Hour Lunch). No weekend working.

The role will be Hybrid working (4 days Working From Home and 1 days in Belfast City Centre office). Initial first few days training will be in office.

This is an immediate need for the company, and individuals who are immediately available will be preferred to others. Initially this will be a 3-month contract (Great likelihood of Permanency depending on performance).

Equipment will be provided to yourself for Home working. Experience with Excel is essential.

This is the best admin role on the market.


£24,500 + other Additional Benefits (Top Company)


Work within the PIA Administration team to support the missing inventory process. You will be responsible for identifying missing inventory, raising cases and following the process through to completion.

  • Working within the team, reporting to the PIA Manager
  • Completion of administration tasks within a timely and accurate manner
  • Tracking & reporting the progression of orders
  • Reading cable maps to identify missing inventory (training will be provided)

The Ideal Person

  • Experience working as an Administrator
  • Experience working with Excel is essential
  • Confident communicator
  • High-level of IT Literacy

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 in the strictest confidence.

Good recruitment is vital, especially when labour markets are tight. It ensures that the workforce has the relevant skills and abilities for the organisation's current and future needs. Effective resourcing is not just about filling an immediate vacancy but about impacting the long-term success of the business, using workforce planning data to understand the skills needed for organisational performance.

Recruitment and resourcing involve attracting and selecting individuals into a job role. Recruiting suitable candidates is a critical activity, not just for the HR team but increasingly for line managers. Everyone involved in recruitment must make effective and fair recruitment decisions.

The recruitment process will vary depending on an organisation's size and resources. However, each of the following stages should be followed:

  • Defining the role.
  • Attracting applicants.
  • Managing the application and selection process.
  • Making the appointment.

    The recruitment process is also about candidates finding out more about the organisation and considering if it's where they want to work. Flexibility and work-life balance are often important considerations. First impressions matter; the process should be transparent, timely and fair for all candidates. Candidates can share their experiences online, so inefficient, poorly designed recruitment processes can negatively impact the employer brand and the ability to attract candidates.