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Project Administrator

Closing Date: 31 Dec 2021 12:00 pm


To process applications and claims for financial support under Tier 1 of the capital element of the Farm Business Improvement Scheme (FBIS) of the NIRDP 2014-20. The work involves assessing applications, checking their accuracy and processing claims for financial support.
Main Duties (a)

-Processing applications in line with Scheme requirements.
-Providing advice to potential applicants on the eligibility of items of equipment and on Scheme criteria
-Updating IT recording systems
-Recommendation of improvements and implementing changes to procedures
-Compliance with the highest standards of confidentiality in handling personal, business and financial information
-Working with others and working under own initiative to meet high standards and tight deadlines
-Flexibility in approach and a willingness to learn new skills and develop as an individual
-Promoting the Scheme and representing CSL at shows and public events
-Flexibility in approach and a willingness to learn new skills and develop as an individual
-Contribute, as required, to the wider work of the organisation and show flexibility in line with the needs of the scheme and the organisation.

(b) General – all schemes/sub schemes

-To deal with customer queries
-To maintain accurate records
-To undertake other duties as may be required within the wider business
-Other duties as required, contributing to the wider work of the organisation and demonstrate flexibility in line with the needs of the organisation.

As part of a small team within Countryside Services Ltd the post holder will be expected to contribute, as required, to the wider work of the organisation and show flexibility in line with the needs of the scheme and the organisation.

 

ESSENTIAL CRITERIA
(a) Qualifications and Experience
Applicants must have –
-GCSE or equivalent in English and Mathematics (Grade C or above)
-At least 2 years’ experience working within a busy office environment
(b) Abilities and Skills
Applicants will be expected to provide evidence, in their application and/or at interview, of the following well developed skills and abilities:
-Possess the skills necessary to co-ordinate workload in a busy office environment
-Ability to work with others and work under your own initiative to meet high standards and tight deadlines
-Ability to demonstrate a high standard of communication and interpersonal skills
-IT competence – with experience of using spreadsheets, MS Office, internet and e-mail
-Proven organisational skills
-Good understanding of farming, family farms, farm business management and the technology used in modern agriculture

 

DESIRABLE CRITERIA
Possession of qualifications or experience in one or more of the following areas may be an advantage:
-Agriculture or rural development scheme administration
This job description is not intended to be exhaustive and flexibility in your approach to your role is essential. We reserve the right to amend or change this job description from time to time to suit the changing needs of the role and the business and you agree to accept any such changes.

 

BENEFITS

Enhanced Holidays
Occupational Sick Pay
Pension Scheme
Bonus Scheme

 

To apply, please fill out the application form by clicking here 

Completed applications (including Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form) must be sent to: Countryside Services Ltd, 97 Moy Road, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, BT71 7DX or via Email: karen.rainey@countrysideservices.com

The closing date for this vacancy is Friday 31st December 2021.  All applications must be received on or before this date.  Late applications will not be considered.  

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