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South Dublin, County Dublin
€30,000 - €40,000 a year
  • Located in Dublin South this global financial organisation is seeking a Pension Administrator to join their dynamic organisation.
South Dublin, County Dublin
€30,000 - €40,000 a year
  • Other ad hoc office duties and projects.
  • New business administration and processing.
  • QFA qualified or willingness to work towards.
  • Salary: €30,000-€35,000.
South Dublin, County Dublin
€40,000 - €50,000 a year
  • Pension administration experience - DB or DC.
  • Completion of renewals, dealing with all financial transactions, issuing of benefit statements, leaver option…
South Dublin, County Dublin
€30,000 - €40,000 a year
  • Other ad hoc office duties and projects, as required by the business.
  • A leading financial advisory company is seeking an experienced pension professional to…
South Dublin, County Dublin
€40,000 - €50,000 a year
  • This is an exciting opportunity for a DC Pensions Consultant to join a global organisation and become a key member of an integral team.
Asset Recruitment
South Dublin, County Dublin
  • Third Level Technical qualification in relevant field.
  • Installation and monitoring services for technologies that include PC’s, Servers, Switches, Wireless,…
South Dublin, County Dublin
  • Using corporate PPR tools, actively participate in the performance appraisal process with your direct reports and monitor overall timeliness of completion for…
South Dublin, County Dublin
  • Work with the finance team and local tax advisors to prepare tax provision calculations for inclusion in the statutory accounts.
South Dublin, County Dublin
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  • This is a temporary role with an immediate start, initially until the end of the year.
  • Accurately process purchase orders/invoices and respond to customer and…
Gaisce - The Presidents Award
South Dublin, County Dublin
€28,000 a year
  • Young people who complete the Gaisce programme, receive a medal and certificate signed by the President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins.