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Office Manager (Full-Time)

Job Description

VANRATH are supporting our public sector client in their search for an experienced Office Manager to support their busy team based in Belfast on a temporary-ongoing basis.

The post holder will provide and supervise administrative support for the service and act as a liaison point with other internal and eternal departments, the public and stakeholders.

They will manage and be responsible for the administrative function within the service and ensure effective administrative support to all Service Unit Managers.

Employment Package

  • £25,927 per annum
  • Full-time, Monday-Friday
  • Annual leave and pension contribution
  • Benefits package (includes discount on fuel and groceries)
  • Immediate start available
  • Ongoing professional development support and career guidance form our senior consultants

Candidate profile:
The successful candidate should demonstrate the following experience and qualifications:

  • 2 GCE 'A' Levels or equivalent
  • A qualification that demonstrates competent word processing/database skills and packages. E.g. RSA/OCR Stage II typewriting/word processing/ECDL/CLAIT/ICT or equivalent
  • 2 year's relevant administrative experience which includes organising and prioritising a demanding workload
  • Experience of dealing with the Public
  • Experience of procurement of goods including preparing purchase orders and processing invoices for payment
  • Use of databases and compilation of information to produce statistical reports
  • Handling and management of Petty Cash
  • 1 years' experience of supervising a team
  • Able to work (occasional) evenings and weekends as required


For more information on this vacancy, or other Public Sector jobs across Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Aisling Bishop in the strictest confidence.

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