VANRATH are assisting in the recruitment of an Office Manager to join one of Ireland's largest publishing firms.
This employer is reknowned for their staff centric approach and working culture.
Monday - Friday - Permanent position
£26,000 - £28,000 + Benefits Package
- Point person for maintenance, mailing, supplies, and equipment
- Manage relationships with suppliers, service providers, and landlord, ensuring that all items are invoiced and paid on time
- Ensure filing systems are maintained and current
- Monitor and maintain office supplies inventory
- Handle customer inquiries and complaints
- Maintain a safe, secure, and pleasant work environment
- Processing event orders, invoicing & receipts
- Credit control
- Financial reporting
- Provide administrative support for the directors
- General office administration and support.
- Proven office management, administrative, or assistant experience
- Excellent time management skills and ability to multitask and prioritise work
- Attention to detail and problem solving skills
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Proficient in Microsoft Office
- Computer skills and knowledge of office software packages
For further information on this opportunity, or any other jobs in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact on 02890330250 or Phil.email@example.com in the strictest confidence.
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