Our client has an exciting opportunity for a PA/Administrator to join their Global team in the tax department of their Dublin office. This is an opportunity for a PA/Administrator with strong administrative, organisational and interpersonal skills who enjoys supporting others in a busy office environment.
- As a PA/ Team Administrator, your role will entail a variety of challenging activities including:
- Providing efficient administrative support service to senior members of staff, including the preparation of high quality proposals and presentations. Strong power point and word skills essential.
- Supporting the team throughout the billing process including generating WIP reports, raising fees and issuing fees to clients.
- Coordinating and booking client meetings, internal meetings and ensuring appropriate set up of rooms
- Assisting with event planning and organisation including liaising with internal and external stakeholders to ensure effective event delivery.
- Assisting with client correspondences and administration tasks.
- Processing expense claims for team members and support with email management.
- Assisting other PA/Administrators within the team at busy times or during leave.
- Assisting with other ad-hoc administrative and project requirements as needed
- A proven record of commitment to professional and client service excellence
- Experience as a PA supporting Senior Management, preferably within a professional services environment
- Advanced knowledge of MS Powerpoint, Excel, Word and Outlook with typing skills of a minimum 65 wpm
- Demonstrated ability to deliver quality work in a timely manner
- A high level of integrity and trust with confidential information
- Adaptable approach to work, and proven ability to work unsupervised as part of a team
- Approachable and highly professional in manner, with all levels of staff within the organisation
- Experience in relation to invoicing would be an advantage
Please note: If you are an EU/EEA national, you will be asked to show proof of right to work in Ireland e.g. showing your employer a copy of your passport.
If you are a non-EU/EEA national, you will require current and valid permission to work and reside in the Republic of Ireland. Information on legislation and guides to the procedures in relation to obtaining Green Card Permits, Work Permits, Spousal/Dependent Permits is available on the Department of Jobs, Enterprise, and Innovation website.