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Free Job Description Personal Assistant

Free Job Description Personal Assistant

The Personal Assistant will provide full administrative and secretarial support to the Head of Department. This role will include: diary co-ordination and management; assisting with the effective handling of correspondence; managing logistical arrangements (travel, accommodation, venue hire etc) for meetings and events;

Main responsibilities-Free Job Description Personal Assistant

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities-Free Job Description Personal Assistant

•to provide administrative support to the Head of Department in relation to complaints, requests and the fulfilment of DPA requirements and to remain familiar with the systems and procedures which have been established in relation to same;


•to update file records on a regular and consistent basis and deal with routine telephone and other enquiries about different aspects of the Department’s work in a courteous and professional manner;


•to establish close and effective working relationships with staff within the Director’s office, NI (which will likely include pooling arrangements to cover holiday periods etc);


•to play a full and effective role within the Department as a whole and to work in a collaborative way with  colleagues, sectoral and community partners in fulfilling both Departmental and company objectives




Key Skills, Experiences and Attributes:



Well-developed communication skills, both oral and in writing (to include accuracy, concision, and the use of language that is appropriate to context);










Experience of minute-taking and work with committees;


Substantive and relevant experience of work in an analogous environment, to include dealing with diary management, correspondence, travel and other arrangements;


Well-developed interpersonal and organisational skills, including the ability to prioritise and deal effectively with a varied work portfolio and competing demands;


Ability to work in a collegiate way as part of a small team and under own direction;


Ability to deal with competing deadlines, complex issues and sometimes challenging situations and behaviours.


Keyboard and computer skills, to include experience of Microsoft Office and Outlook;


Ability to retain confidentiality in all aspects of the Department’s work.


Analytical and problem-solving skills, including the ability to identify essential issues or considerations and to contribute to the resolution of difficult situations;


Able to demonstrate a structured, flexible and pro-active approach to dealing with operational needs within the office, including how systems and procedures might be improved/developed to increase efficiency and effectiveness.



Core Competencies:


The following competencies (behaviours and characteristics) have been identified as key requirements for this position. The successful candidate will be expected to demonstrate these competencies.


Managing Relationships and Teamworking


Able to build and maintain effective, constructive working relationships with a range of people including clients and colleagues.














The ability to get one’s message understood clearly by adopting a range of styles, tools and techniques appropriate to the audience and nature of the information




The ability to establish a clearly defined course of action to accomplish goals and to organise work efforts. Making sure that the right things happen at the right time and cost.


Analytical Thinking


Able to simplify complex problems, process projects into component parts, explore and evaluate them systematically. Able to identify casual relationships and construct frameworks, for problem solving and/or development.


Influencing & Persuading


Ability to present sound and well reasoned arguments to convince others. Can draw from a range of strategies to persuade people in a way that results in agreement or behaviour change.


Client Focus


Understanding the needs














•to provide full administrative and secretarial support to the Head of Department across the range of work


•to maintain and develop office systems and procedures which will facilitate the effective and expeditious handling of queries, comments  and complaints;


•to manage travel, diary and other logistical arrangements in support of the Head of Department’s work;


•to provide administrative support for the work of the Committee (to include the minuting of its meetings, venue, catering and all other requirements, liaison with Committee members, and colleagues

Free Job Description Personal Assistant

maintaining information systems/records and assisting the Head of Department with correspondence and other paperwork;

•to collate paperwork for meetings and undertake preliminary research on emerging policy and other issues, making use of the internet and published sources (and under the direction of the Head of Department);


•to prioritise competing demands and activities, taking account of deadlines and respond flexibly to emerging issues and requirements;


•to provide secretarial and administrative support including diary management, correspondence, the maintenance of file records, travel and other arrangements;


•to maintain the highest levels of confidentiality in dealing with editorial, personnel and all other issues being handled by the Head of Department


•to develop and maintain an effective relationship with  colleagues in relation to the work of the company


•all other reasonable duties as may be required in support of the work being undertaken by the Head of Department.