Work Placement Experience Programme - Assistant Administrator (Deloitte)

This work experience programme provides Participants with an opportunity to gain meaningful work experience, learning and training while on the programme. This programme is for jobseekers that are in receipt of qualifying social welfare payments and those transferring from a social welfare scheme. Your eligibility for this programme will have to be verified by the Department as part of the application process.


Job Description

Deloitte Ireland has an excellent opportunity for an eager and quick to learn individual. It is an administrator role within our Consulting Practice. You will be part of a high functioning team, delivering support to our client facing teams. The potential candidate will be mentored and will gain valuable experience with a leading global provider of audit and assurance, consulting, financial advisory, risk advisory, tax, and related services - Assist in the development of Excel reports & PowerPoint presentations - Receive guidance in running periodic Excel reports for management reporting - Assist in identifying and implementing process improvements - Minute actions for operational meetings - Assist with general administrative and operational duties

Role Description

This is a training and work experience opportunity; no prior experience in this role is necessary. Accredited and/or sector recognised training will be provided to support your placement. Participants are eligible to participate in the WPEP QQI Work Experience Module which was developed by the Education & Training Boards in collaboration with the Department of Social Protection. This optional module will fulfil your accredited training requirements for the WPEP. The participant will receive formal/informal training and mentoring in the following: - Microsoft Office (Excel, Word and PowerPoint) - Email management - Internal reporting - Internal business processes and procedures - General administration tasks


Further information, including how to apply, can be found at the original posting: https://jobsireland.ie/en-US/job-Details?id=2214184