Company Administrator - SNN


Our client, a leading metal fabrication, machining and tooling manufacturer are seeking an experienced Office Administrator to join their growing team based in Shannon.


The role of the Administrator is to support Management to ensure efficient and effective operations for the business. To support managers and employees through a variety of tasks related to organization and communication. 





  • Provide support to the management in the preparation of confidential reports and documents
  • To attend senior management meetings and record the minutes where appropriate
  • To collaborate with management in the production of key reports
  • To support management with certain key suppliers including our IT Management
  • Answering general queries by mail for the Shannon manufacturing facility
  • Organise the details of travel arrangements, special events and itineraries
  • To support management in maintaining an appropriate and professional office environment
  • To manage the procurement of office supplies including stationary and non-core equipment
  • Other ad hoc duties as required.



Professional Experience & Qualifications


  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in an Office administration role
  • A good knowledge of Excel and MS Office
  • Excellent attention to detail & organisational skills.
  • Participate fully as a team member and contribute to the overall performance of the team
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously to tight deadlines
  • Expand knowledge and exchange it with team members
  • Ability to think clearly and logically
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbally and written
  • Maintaining thoroughness and accuracy while meeting tight deadlines
  • High level of problem-solving skills
  • Willingness to learn and take ownership in routine practices




Permanent, Full time, Site-based, Monday-Friday, normalised office hours



€26000 - €30000 DOE + Benefits


For a confidential discussion on this or any other current opportunity please contact Mark Farrell