Office Manager/HR Assistant/EA

  • GBP36000 - GBP42000 per annum + Pension, Medical, Bonus, etc.
  • Dublin, Leinster, Ireland Dublin Leinster IE
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Carnegie Consulting
  • 21 Jun 18 2018-06-21

Fantastic newly created opportunity for a graduate calibre Office Manager/HR professional to support the CFO of this new and very exciting Dublin venture. They are rapidly expanding so first 6 months will be assisting in all areas of setting up all for their growing team including HR and Office Management.

Fantastic newly created opportunity for a graduate calibre Office Manager/HR professional to support the CFO of this new and very exciting Dublin venture. They are rapidly expanding so first 6 months will be assisting in all areas of setting up all for their growing team including HR and Office Management. You will:-


* First big task - organising moving into new premises so knowledge of an Office move helpful!
* Oversee the management of this new office
* Manage office supplies, meet and greet visitors
* HR - administration of all new joiners/staff
* Update holiday, sickness records
* Oversee employment contracts, benefits
* Draft and execute HR letters (reporting to Global HR Manager)
* Provide first class EA duties to CFO (small part of the role)
* Monitor emails and phone calls
* Diary management & travel arrangements/itineraries
* Be able to compile, summarise and analyse management reports
* Carry out research assignments, prepare presentations


This is an opportunity as an EA, HR or Office Manager to map out your role within this growing office based in Dublin. However in the 'start-up' stage you must be happy to be pro-active - be able to work with minimum supervision, always looking for the next task or thinking how you can contribute to the running of this new office. You will have excellent interpersonal and IT skills, have 'roll sleeves up/muck in' mind-set and be brilliantly organised and a 'doer'. Ideally you will have had 5 years in a similar role within Professional Services (Finance ideal). Imperative that written and spoken English are first class.