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23 April 2024  

NUI Vacancy: Senior Executive Assistant



The National University of Ireland is a federal university with four constituent universities and a number of other associated higher education institutions. At the centre of the federal university, NUI acts as a forum for the member institutions, provides services to them and their graduates and manages the central registers and archives of the University. NUI also undertakes a wide range of activities in the interests of promoting scholarship and research and contributing to educational, cultural, social and economic advancement.

NUI now invites applications for a fixed-purpose two-year temporary contract for the post of Senior Executive Assistant in the Registrar’s Office.

The specific requirements of this post is:

  1. Excellent written and oral communications skills
  2. Excellent IT skills including experience in the management of databases
  3. Excellent administration, organisational skills within an office environment
  4. Excellent time management skills
  5. Well-developed telephone skills
  6. A high level of accuracy and an eye for detail
  7. Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
  8. Ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines and on own initiative
  9. A third-level qualification
  10. A minimum of five years’ administrative/office experience

Experience in a higher education environment and/or a working knowledge of the Irish language will be an advantage.

Informal queries can be made to the Registrar by email: registrar@nui.ie or by telephone 01 439 2424.

The closing date for receipt of applications is Tuesday 25 August 2020 at 5.00 p.m.


Senior Executive Assistant Job Spec and Application Form


pdfFull details, including job description (154kb)
pdfNUI Senior Executive Assistant Application Form (128kb)

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