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Business Administrator

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Job Summary

  • Dublin
  • Contract
  • BBBH819185
  • Jun 15, 2022
  • €50k - €70k
Job Description

Our client is a leading multinational computer technology company looking for an experienced Business Administrator to join their Dublin-based EMEA Digital Sales Team - 18 Month Contract- Hybrid

ROLE OBJECTIVE:

This role will form part of a team providing administrative support for the Dublin-based EMEA Digital Sales rioritizati to ensure the smooth day to day operation and rioritizati of the sales center. Current rioritizati size is 1,000 and continues to grow. The team works across all levels of the clients prioritization from senior executive to individual contributor level, both in Dublin and other locations.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Event Management & Logistics: Customer, partner and internal client executive visits, All Hands, training, morale and other large

business meetings and events.

IT Equipment Management and Support: Management and distribution of devices and peripherals, maintenance of inventory records

and distribution of office equipment.

Budget Management & Purchasing: Payment and reconciliation management arising from day-to-day team activities.

General Queries: Point of contact for general queries about the campus or how to get things done at our clients business.

Director Support: Travel, expenses and some calendar and meeting rioritizati support, including presentations.

Onboarding: Setup of new hires, maintenance of org charts, our clients Teams sites and email distribution lists.

Communications: Support for employee communications including All Hands presentations, newsletters, SharePoint and Teams sites.

There is potential for this role to evolve over time as the business grows and evolves.

WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

The successful candidate will be energized by working within a global, highly diverse, fast paced, and complex work environment. They

will have the ability to hit the ground running and will be able to prioritize their changing workload effectively.

We are looking for somebody who is flexible, adaptable to change, cool under pressure with a positive and enthusiastic can-do attitude,

and who is not fazed by ambiguity.

This role would suit somebody who will enjoy working as part of the larger administration team on EMEA-wide projects and events, but

is equally happy to work independently with their designated sales teams and directors.

Experience in project planning and event management is an advantage, working with multiple stakeholders.

KEY SKILLS & EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

Strong planning and prioritization skills.

Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Expert time management, prioritization, and problem-solving skills.

A team player who collaborates well and has excellent interpersonal skills and awareness.

The ability to work unsupervised, on own initiative and as part of an interdependent team.

Proven track record of delivering work with a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail, creating clarity and eliminating ambiguity

where required.

Exercises sound judgment, tact, diplomacy, integrity, and professionalism, demonstrating a positive, can-do attitude.

Experience supporting teams who are working remotely or in a hybrid working environment.

A creative thinker who is committed to the ongoing evolution of the admin and business support function.

Knowledge and proficiency with our clients products including Microsoft Office and Windows is required; MCAS qualification desirable.

A keen interest in learning about new tools and technology.

Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency and references to pay rates are indicative.

BY APPLYING FOR THIS ROLE YOU ARE AGREEING TO OUR TERMS OF SERVICE WHICH TOGETHER WITH OUR PRIVACY STATEMENT GOVERN YOUR USE OF MORGAN MCKINLEY SERVICES.

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Consultant Details

Consultant Details

Tara O'Halloran
Tara O'Halloran
  • Consultant | Sales Recruitment
  • 353 (0) 21 2300300
  • tohalloran@morganmckinley.com