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Database Administrative Assistant






Database Administrative Assistant. In partnership with its client, Kenny-Whelan & Associates is recruiting for a Database Administrative Assistant for Dublin North. Profile of Role: Responsible for Maintenance of both upstream and downstream Departments SharePoint management system folders, MS Access Table revisions, changes and updates. RESPONSIBILITIES: Maintain, scan and upload documents into the SharePoint or other data repositories. Manage and update dashboards and metrics. Assist with the development of standard operating procedures, training documents and other documents as required. Collect data and populate MS Excel and MS Access Tables, update and manage revision changes. Generate and deliver presentations as required. Schedule, organise and review meetings. Liaising with teams to ensure that the correct information is captured. Perform other tasks as assigned by Manager. Organise and administrate site visits both internal and external. Required to comply with Company’s Policies, Procedures and Strong communications, organizational and analytical skills. Participate in conducting audits across the site ensuring the site is audit/inspection ready. Qualifications: Advanced ECDL or Advanced MS Office to include Access & Excel. Diploma/Degree in Business Studies desirable. Job Experience: Previous experience in the Pharmaceutical industry essential. Exceptionally strong Data Entry skills. Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel and Access. Key Skills: Self-motivated and excellent organisational skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Candidates should be motivated and enthusiastic, have the ability to work on their own initiative and be able to meet deadlines and liaise successfully with colleagues. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence. Kenny-Whelan Contact: For further information please contact Carmel Synnott on 00 353 21 4665405 / 087 7422268 or sendyour updated CV to

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15 days ago