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Applications close: 5pm Friday 4th of August 2017



Are you seeking an administrative role on Auckland's North Shore where your professionalism, innovation and office skills will be welcomed and appreciated?

 

New Zealand Biosecurity Services requires the services of a suitably experienced person to provide administrative support to our business.  This is an excellent opportunity to join a team who are open to new ideas and where there is ample chance to be creative and make decisions.

 

This position will suit you if you have excellent interpersonal and organisational skills, with a keen eye for detail and quality, together with proficiency in a range of software suites including GIS mapping. An understanding or interest in horticulture or conservation would be advantageous.

 

As the primary administrator working with both the management and field team, you will need to be comfortable working independently and in making decisions which are consistent with your other team members and uphold the values and culture of NZBSL.  If you enjoy having variety in your day, this is a role which requires flexibility, adaptability, and the ability to prioritise and multi-task.

 

This position will require you to be adept at a full range of intermediate level office administration duties including:

    • Data-entry and file management

    • Customer service including phone calls and managing bookings

    • Collation of H&S / Environmental statistics

    • Report writing and processing

    • Helping with the preparation of tender documents

    • Procurement

 

We welcome applicants interested in working full-time or part-time hours.


If this role sounds like you, then we want to hear from you. Please send a copy of your CV and covering letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or send an email through our Contact Page.

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