The purpose of the job is to develop added value in our customer data and in their transactions with GeoDirectory.
GeoDirectory was jointly established in 1999 by An Post and the Ordnance Survey of Ireland (OSI). It is the definitive address database of buildings in the Republic of Ireland. There are 2.2 million addresses in Ireland, located in 1.87 million buildings.
GeoDirectory enables utility companies, emergency services, taxi companies, insurance companies, banks and government agencies to accurately locate any address in Ireland. GeoDirectory operates from An Post headquarters in the GPO, O’Connell Street, Dublin 1.
This role will suit a new graduate seeking experience working in a rapidly growing small organization who would like to develop and grow their skills around data understanding and utilization while being part of a growing team that updates customer data and provides associated support within the team.
Work with Geodirectory IT tools to match customer data to GeoDirectory datasets, to increase value insights contained in the customers data
Develop data and maintain current data for the GeoFindIT App
Assist marketing campaigns
Answer coming calls and e-mails regarding general queries about GeoDirectory
General administration work which includes filing and scanning
Knowledge, Experience and Skills
Excellent interpersonal & communication skills
Strong planning & organisation skills
Proficiency in the use of MS Office Word, Excel, Outlook and a basic knowledge of Power point
Third level qualification in marking or business and one year’s work experience with customer facing experience and data entry
Duration of Contract
The contract will initially be for a period of 2 years including inclusive of a 6 month trial
The Salary will be in line with market trends and level of experience, the role will be based in the GPO in Dublin 1
The annual leave allocation will be 22 days
CV and cover letter should be sent by e-mail to info@Geodirectory.ie The closing date for applications is the Wednesday 18th September 2019