Role: Clerical Officer
Salary: Starting at £27,132
The Health and Safety Authority (HSA) has a wide and varied mandate which includes acting as the national body with responsibility for protecting all workers nationwide from work-related incidents, injuries and ill health. The Authority acts as the national accreditation body for Ireland through INAB.
The HSA currently have an exciting opportunity to join their team as they continue to grow and transform the organisation. Clerical Officers (CO) are involved in a wide range of roles and activities covering various functional responsibilities. The CO role involves a mixture of dealing with internal and external customers while working closely with your manager to ensure the required response and levels of service are provided. The precise nature of the role will vary depending on the team in which the appointment is made. All roles demand a good knowledge and skill level in the use of information and communications technologies.
The Authority reserves the right to assign Clerical Officers within the organisation as appropriate and necessary.
Key duties may include but will not be limited to:
- Working as part of a team to provide information to the public about our services over the phone, in writing as well as face-to-face to the highest quality standards.
- Maintaining high quality records in a thorough and organised manner on the Authority's databases.
- Liaising with internal and external stakeholders, as required.
- Approaching work in a methodical manner, displaying accuracy at all times, including when conducting routine or repetitive tasks.
- Acting as administrative supports to various operational units including taking minutes at meetings.
- Working as part of a team in delivering support services to the wider staff.
- Supporting line-managers and colleagues.
- Providing administrative support, which may include general clerical duties such as typing, word processing, filing, data input, photocopying etc.
- Assisting in the organising of conferences, meetings and seminars.
- Providing cover on reception as required.
- Working with the wider Divisional Team to support the delivery of overall team goals.
- Making decisions within limits and clearly defined guidelines normally under a reasonable level of supervision.
- Any other duties as may be assigned in accordance with the operational needs of the Authority
For further information and to complete an online application form please visit Staffline GetGot Jobs Ireland, CV's will not be accepted for this role. If you submit a CV or blank document, you will get an email with a link to complete the online application form.
To find the link you can either visit:
- Public services Jobs (PAS)
- Staffline GetGot Ireland - https://staffline.getgotjobs.ie/home
- Staffline Ireland website
- Staffline Twitter
- Submit a blank document and we will reply with a link to the online application form
- Contact Matthew Withers, Staffline Ireland, Belfast Office, 00442890322022
Closing date for all completed online GetGot application forms is 1700 (5PM), 25th September 2023.