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Executive Assistant - ALT (£33k) (Law Firm) (Hybrid/Belfast)

Job Description

VANRATH are excited to be working alongside a leading Global Law Firm and one that holds a prestigious reputation for the recruitment of an Personal Assistant (ALT).

This is a Monday - Friday (9.00am - 5.00pm) Permanent position.

This is a Hybrid working position - 3 days at Home & 2 days in the Belfast City Centre office.

Law Firm experience is Essential.

Initially this will be a 12 month contract - with a high likelihood of permanency

Salary

£29,000 - £33,000 + Fantastic Benefits & A Great Place to Work



The Role

Support the Senior Leadership Team ALT UK, US & EMEA with respective work schedules, optimising the efficient use of time and resources through effective planning.

Manage the Senior Leadership Team ALT UK, US & EMEA inbox, commitments and diary and, in proactive consultation with the Senior Leadership Team ALT UK, US & EMEA regularly raising issues with them to remind, organise and agree actions.

  • Email, diary and meeting management

  • Travel Management

  • General administration and other duties

The Ideal Person

  • PA or Executive Assistant experience in a Law firm is essential
  • ALT experience highly preferred
  • Great organisation and communication skills
  • Fast and accurate type speed
  • High level of computer literacy

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

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