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Administrators!  

Listed: 09 February 2018
Permanent | Auckland City Fringe

Are you a keen administrator seeking your next opportunity? Want to work for a leading multinational where you can make your mark? Seeking opportunities for future growth? This is an awesome opportunity not to be missed! Starts January 2018!

Our client is a leading Multinational in the Fleet Leasing industry. They are located a stones throw away from several public transport networks, offer great work hours and take pride in being a supportive and positive team! They are currently seeking Permanent Administrators to join their already successful team.  

About the Administration role:

  • This is a Permanent Full-Time Opportunity
  • The successful candidate will be working standard business hours - Monday to Friday 
  • The pay ranges from $45-$50k - experience dependent
  • There is lots of potential for future growth within the company 

The successful candidate will ideally:

  • Have clear written and verbal communication
  • Have good computer skills
  • Be able to pick up on systems easily and quickly
  • Be thorough, accurate and hard working
  • Have a positive and proactive approach to work 
  • Have a good credit history

We'd love to hear from you if you think this is the role for you! Get ahead of the game and send your CV via the "APPLY NOW" function.

At Parker Bridge we make every effort to respond to all applications, however, sometimes the volume we receive is so large it is not possible. If you do not receive a response from us, please don't take it personally as we really value the effort you made to apply.

Roisin McGuirk
Executive Consultant
Parker Bridge Recruitment
Ph: 09 912 0770
E: roisin.mcguirk@parkerbridge.nz

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