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Executive Assistant - (28k) - Hybrid/Belfast City Centre

Job Description

VANRATH are excited to be working alongside a leading Financial Professional Services Organisation that operates on a Global scale, and holds a prestigious reputation for the recruitment of an Personal Assistant.

This is a Monday - Friday Permanent position.

This is a Hybrid working position - 1-2 days at Home & 3-4 days in the Belfast City Centre office. Initial period will be spent in office.

Salary

£25,000 - £28,000 + Fantastic Benefits & A Great Place to Work



The Role

  • Provide PA support to key individuals
  • Providing additional support to the wider business, including travel, call handling and minute-taking. Support in the offices will include meeting arrangements, hospitality and reception duties.
  • Support the management and day to day running of the office environment, taking ownership and accountability for managing effective supplier relationships, alongside the Business Support & Facilities Manager
  • Preparation of documents in line with company branding, policies and delivered within timescales
  • Uphold all audit and quality standards, including ISO27001. Responsibility for information confidentiality, office security, implementing and supporting policies and processes

The Ideal Person

  • Experience of providing PA support within the Professional Services industry
  • Experience of managing multiple and conflicting tasks and deadlines
  • Excellent IT Skills and fully competent in Microsoft Office
  • Proven experience in all aspects of office administration
  • Experience of working pro-actively and using own initiative to complete tasks

For further information on this vacancy, or any other job in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Phil Doherty in the strictest confidence on 02890330250.

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