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Office Manager (Professional Services - 35k - Belfast Centre)

Job Description

VANRATH are excited to be working alongside a leading Financial/Professional Services organisation with a prestigious reputation for the recruitment of an Office Manager.

This company is expanding.. and a new office is being opened in Belfast City Centre in which the successful Office Manager would be situated.

This is a Monday - Friday - Permanent position - there are flexible start and finish times available with this position. Hybrid working also available once settled in role.

This role will be based in the company's Belfast City Centre office.

This is an Amazing company!


£28,000 - £35,000 + Fantastic Benefits & A Great Place to Work

The Role

The role of the Office Manager will be the located in our busy Belfast office where the Office Manager will be at the forefront of managing visitor experience while handling incoming calls.

The role is suitable for a proactive, positive person who wants to be part of the team and who has a passion for delivering leading service to all those they interact with.

The role will report into the Facilities Manager and will be a key part of the Facilities team.

  • Full job spec available upon request/application

The Ideal Person

  • Experience in an Office Manager role or similar is essential
  • Experience in Professional/Financial Services organisation is preferred
  • Experience of working in corporate setting in a similar role.
  • Management of key stakeholders at all levels in a typical corporate environment.

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 via Vanrath.

Human resource management is the efficient and effective management of an organisation or company's employees. It aims to provide businesses with a competitive advantage by maximising the performance of their employees to reach the goals, strategies and objectives set by the employer. The main functions of a human resource manager include training employees, managing their performance, improving managerial and labour relations and selecting and hiring new staff.

The selection and hiring of new recruits is extremely important in HRM for several reasons, including:

Human resource managers and recruiters are responsible for finding a suitable candidate. Throughout the process, they can ensure that they find the most qualified professional to fill the position. Besides being highly skilled, it's also important that the candidate is a cultural fit for the company.

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The first step is to determine what type of employee the company is looking for. First, identify what role you wish to fill. Then, you can decide what qualities make a potential employee perfect for this position. This can include their past professional experience, type of personality and level of education.

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