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Project Administrator (23k - Hybrid/Belfast - Progression Role)

Job Description

VANRATH are assisting with the recruitment of a Project Administrator for a leading global financial organisation. This is a fantastic opportunity for an individual to join a thriving company that offers an amazing working environment, fantastic package and progression opportunities

This role will be Hybrid working, involving a split of working in Belfast City Centre, and working from home. This is a Monday - Friday position (Permanent).



Salary:

£21,000 - £23,000 + Progression Opportunities + Great Benefits

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure completion of client deliverables on a daily basis,
  • Take ownership of the client portal,
  • First point of contact for project queries from the client and local teams,
  • Maintain & update issues logs, risk registers and lessons learnt logs,
  • Produce regular project reports for internal and client use,
  • Set up, prepare agenda and host WebEx's and conference calls,
  • Write up minutes and actions following meetings and calls,
  • Control & monitor central invoicing,
  • Maintain central & direct invoicing logs,
  • Perform bank payment functions,
  • Create calendars/deadline timetables,
  • Provide portal training and sales demos when necessary,
  • Build client portals (full training will be provided);
  • Other general administrative tasks.


The Ideal Person:

  • A minimum of 2 years' work experience preferably in a professional services firm or similar environment or a graduate
  • Excellent verbal and written communication
  • Desire to work within Project Management
  • Desire to progress career

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

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