Casual work – Pensions Office Assistant in UCD

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The Pensions Office requires a graduate from a Business, Actuarial or related discipline to assist in the administration tasks of the office for a limited number of weeks to commence with immediate effect.
The position will require someone with:

  • A proven interest in administration
  • An understanding of the importance of a professional quality service to customers within agreed service level standards
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills
  • Ability to act with tact and discretion in all matters
  • Ability to prioritise day to day workload and plan efficiently to achieve goals
  • Ability to exercise initiative and be flexible in approach to work
  • Be dependable in consistently delivering reliable results within service deadlines
  • Well developed IT Skills and numerical ability is required
  • A willingness to learn and work well within a team
  • An interest in working in the area of HR Administration is desirable

Days of work: Monday to Friday, 37 hours per week.

Pay:
2010 (2013) Hourly Rate €12.09
2011 (2013) Hourly Rate €10.88*
*Subject to all new entrants to the public sector as of 1 January 2011

Please send CV and cover letter to Fiona Byrne (Pensions Manager) at fiona.cbyrne@ucd.ie.

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We're hiring!UCD Career Development Centre is hiring students as casual staff to help with the First Destinations Survey of 2013 UCD graduates.

We need approximately 12 students – two to help with data entry from paper forms and ten to help with making follow up calls to graduates. Rate of pay for both jobs will be 8.65 EUR per hour, with a bonus for those who exceed call targets.


Data entry will run from 19th May until the end of June and helpers will be required for a couple of days each week – dates and times are flexible and can be worked around other commitments.

Follow up calls will take place between Monday 19th May and Friday 6th June. Callers will most likely be required for 2-3 hours per day/evening during these weeks.

Training for both groups will take place in the week beginning 5th May and will last approximately 2 hours.


If you’re interested in participating, please email us at careers@ucd.ie by the end of Monday 28th April stating whether you prefer data entry or calling, and provide a short summary of any relevant work experience. We will invite selected candidates for interviews on Wednesday 30th April or Friday 2nd May.