Team Administrator

Posted on 01/03/2016
Location Central Wellington
Work Type
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Reference # P-02382PCA
Salary $45 - $50,000

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Wanted… exceptionally well organised, highly motivated and driven individual who is seeking a busy and varied role undertaking PA, Administration and Reception functions.

This role of Team Administrator assists and supports the surrounding teams undertaking a busy and varied range of duties and responsibilities including:

  • Front office duties – answering of the phones in a professional and timely manner along with meet & greet visitors
  • Assist and support the surrounding teams with a range of Administration functions
  • Diary management, co-ordination of meetings
  • Preparation of meetings
  • Preparing, formatting, editing and proofing documentation, reports and presentations
  • Database – update and maintain
  • Administration
  • Processing expense claims
  • Travel and accommodation bookings
  • Health & safety
  • Ensuring the office operates smoothly, effectively and efficiently

To be successful in this role you will have an exceptional can do, willing, adaptable and flexible attitude. Along with strong administration skills and experience, a fun sense of humour, ability to pre-empt the needs of others around you, make good use of your initiative, nous and common sense; highly organised, professional, self-managing and motivated, deadline driven, hardworking and professional.

Apply now for this excellent opportunity, you won’t regret it! The team you will be working in amongst are so much fun. Whilst you will be working hard, you will have lots of fun along the way.

Email your Curriculum Vitae to careers@cavanagh.co.nz NOW!! For other exciting opportunities, check out our website – www.cavanagh.co.nz

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