The Company

Irish Banking Culture Board (IBCB) is a newly established independent industry initiative, funded by the five retail banks in Ireland with the aim of rebuilding trust in the sector through demonstrating a change in behaviour and overall culture. IBCB’s goal is to act as a transformative influence on culture within the banking sector. The role of IBCB is to be an independent voice advocating for cultural change in the Irish banking industry. IBCB will demand that participating banks improve culture, customer outcomes and competence. Rooted in the knowledge that a changed culture will change outcomes, IBCB promotes ethical behaviour and advocates for humility, decency and respect in the banking sector.

The Role

Based in Dublin 2, a new and exciting role of Office Manager has arisen at the IBCB. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Office Manager will be responsible for the delivery of a wide range of administrative and operational activities in addition to working with the rest of the IBCB team in planning and delivering a range of projects / activities. The successful candidate will ensure full compliance with best practice standards so that IBCB operates effectively and efficiently.

The Person

This position will suit an ambitious and experienced individual preferably with a background in a similar role. The successful candidate must have strong office management skills, (specifically be capable of managing invoicing / payments and an outsourced payroll function) and a knowledge of operational procedures coupled with the capability to manage, oversee and deliver multiple projects. In addition, the successful person will also manage / co-ordinate the diaries for the Company Chairman and CEO. Excellent organisation and communication skills, together with Social Media & Website maintenance experience is essential. Experience in Event Management is desirable. A primary degree or equivalent in business or in a related discipline is also desirable.

To Apply

To pursue your interest in this opportunity, please email a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae and supporting letter indicating your suitability for the role, in confidence to:

Niall Glynn

Niall Glynn & Associates Limited

“Manderley”

1 Knockaulin,

Enniskerry,

Co. Wicklow A98 FY82.

Phone: 01 2766598 / 087 816 2978

Email: niallg@hotmail.com

Closing date for receipt of applications is Friday, June 21, 2019.