Vacancy: Administrator, Roscommon MABS
ROSCOMMON MABS CLG are seeking to recruit a permanent full-time Administrator
The Money Advice and Budgeting Service (MABS) is a national, free, confidential and independent service, providing advice and support to people in debt or in danger of getting into debt. Each MABS company is rooted within the communities they serve and staff work with clients to enable them to cope with immediate debt problems and assist them to develop good money management skills.
The MABS Administrator will provide full reception, secretarial and administrative support to the Company. The duties of the Administrator will include records management, bookkeeping including payroll, data collection and database maintenance. Candidates must display empathy with those who find themselves in financial difficulty; familiarity with the provision of an advice, support and advocacy service; together with excellent communication, organisational, administrative and IT skills.
Roscommon MABS has a vacancy for a full time Administrator. This is a Permanent position. A panel may be formed of suitable qualified candidates from which temporary and/or permanent, part-time and full time administrator Posts which arise within the next 12 months will be filled should vacancies arise in this period. Posts will be located in the Roscommon MABS Office.
Salary scale: current Administrator scale is €27,844-41,093 (pro-rata for part-time appointment). It is anticipated that new entrants to the MABS service will be appointed on the 1st point of the scale.
Applications must be made, by post, on the relevant application form (four copies) with covering letter (four copies) to the Chairperson of Roscommon MABS, Abbey Street, Roscommon, F42 KW32. Please mark envelope ‘Job Application’.
Closing date: 5p.m. on 20th April (late, emailed or incomplete applications will not be accepted).
A detailed job description and application form, together with further information on MABS can be accessed at www.mabs.ie.
MABS is an equal opportunities employer.
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