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Would you like to work with a skilled & experienced team in a dynamic & challenging environment for a progressive & professional organisation?
The DoCCFS are seeking applications to the
post of Administrator / Secretary (half time) in our Family Centre in Santry
The Daughters of Charity Child and Family Service (DoCCFS) is a not for profit public service organisation. We provide a range of therapeutic supportive services to children and families, based in the greater Dublin region. The Service works in collaboration with TUSLA Child and Family Agency local areas in Dublin North and North City, East and Dublin Mid Leinster.
Our Services include an Early Childhood Development Service (ECDS), Family Centre Service, Dublin Safer Families Service and Assessment Services.
The Administrator / Secretary provides general administrative support to the centre manager, and to the wider centre team, and is responsible for the reception area in the centre.
The successful candidate must have a comprehensive knowledge of the Microsoft office suite (including Word, Excel and Powerpoint) and must be proficient using e-mail communication. A qualification (such as ECDL) supporting this knowledge would be a distinct advantage.
The successful candidate will also have experience and a record of achievement that demonstrates competence in the areas of Team Working, Planning & Organisation Skills, Time Management Skills, Communication Skills (Verbal and Written) along with experience in general office administration duties.
The role requires a high degree of resilience and confidentiality.
Application Form is available on our website at http://www.docchildandfamily.ie/ should be completed and forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org before 20th September 2019. A job description for the role is also available on our website.
Details of the organisation are available at http://www.docchildandfamily.ie/
Salary scale for the role is €23,999 – 39,796 (pro rata)
Successful candidates will benefit from ongoing investment in training and development; will have regular professional supervision and will be eligible for benefits such as competitive salary, credit union scheme and health insurance group scheme. A full valid driving licence is required.
The Daughters of Charity is an Equal Opportunities Employer
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