Administration / Marketing AssistantPrivate Advertiser
- Job Listing Date
- 14 Aug 2019
- Auckland, Auckland Central
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Administration & Office Support, Administrative Assistants
About the business and the role
We are a very successful accounting firm but a lot more interesting and exciting than any accounting firm you may have worked for. This role is varied and interesting with plenty of opportunity to refine your skills. It's a very busy and dynamic role so you won't get bored but it shouldn't require much overtime either.
We are expecting a large number of applications and interviews for this role. It would be very helpful if you could supply a profile photo to help us keep track of who's who if you get to the interview stage. How you look in the photo has no impact on whether you get interviewed etc so any photo will do so long as it looks like you so any photo you have will be fine.
Job tasks and responsibilities
Greet clients and ensure they complete the necessary forms;
Book clients in for meetings and communicate reminders for these;
Prepare documents and parcels for mail/courier;
Phone clients who have expressed interest in our firm;
Assist with organising and hosting client events in the office and occasionally at offsite venues;
Assist with various aspects of the marketing function (depending on your ability to do so)
General administration tasks;
Skills and experience
Ideally someone with at least 1 years experience in a reception or administration role or where good customer service was required.
It is critical that the person we hire is very friendly/bubbly/genuine on the phone and in person and understands how to make a client feel welcome.
Must be proficient be comfortable with using MS Word, Excel and Outlook.
- Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in New Zealand?
- Do you have experience in an administration role?
- Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with?
- Do you have customer service experience?
- How much notice are you required to give your current employer?