VANRATH are assisting with the recruitment of a Team 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 based in Belfast City Centre offices - Monday - Friday Permanent role - Hybrid working also available (1 day per week at home)
£23,000 - £24,000 + Progression Opportunities + Great Benefits
This role will support a busy accountancy team, reception and the wider firm.
- Department Director and Manager support
- Reception 1 day per week, ad-hoc and holiday leave cover
- Team WIP management
- Client relationship and opportunities administration
- Coordinating team travel arrangements
- Document control
- Events support
- Light facilities duties cover
- Active involvement in continuous improvement projects
- All other general administration as required
- Strong administration background, 1+ years' experience
- Strong organisational skills
- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
- Professional and discrete
- Team player
- Forward thinking, and works well on own initiative
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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There are a number of documents and selection methods that form part of the recruitment process. Documents include a job analysis, person specification, job description, application form and CV. Selection methods include elements such as interviews, testing and assessment centres.
The first step of the recruitment process is job analysis. This is when a business collects and interprets information about a job vacancy to make sure the managers of the business know the type of person they need to recruit.
A person specification is a document created by a business that wants to fill a vacancy. This document provides information about the type of person the business wants to hire. A person specification includes details about the educational background, skills and experience the business wants applicants to have.
Often, a person specification is split into two sections - 'essential' and 'desirable'. If a skill or experience is essential, a person must have it in order to apply for the role. An example could be experience in a similar role or a certain qualification. However, if something is classed as desirable, it is not a necessity for the role, although it may give applicants a better chance of getting the job. An example could be having a master's degree.
A job description is another document produced by a business that wants to fill a vacancy. Its main purpose is to list all of the duties that are required in the role. A job description may include the job title, rate of pay or salary, hours of work, location of work, all duties included in the role and whom the new employee would report to in the business.
An application form is completed by a potential employee applying for a job. Application forms include a series of questions for an applicant to answer, and a section for applicants to write about why they are suited for the job. This allows a business to learn more about the applicants and their experiences. Sometimes, instead of completing an application form, a potential employee is asked to write a letter of application (also known as a cover letter). In a letter of application, applicants must demonstrate why they should be employed to fulfil the job role
A CV (or 'curriculum vitae') is a document that applicants complete and submit alongside a job application. It is a personal document that includes information about an applicant's skills, experience, qualifications and hobbies. This document is used by a business to decide whether applicants match the requirements of the person specification. Some roles only require a CV, with no application form, as this may encourage more applicants to apply.