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Care Centre Administrator, Central Otago, Summerset Holdings

Published 2022-11-24
Expires 2022-12-24
ID #1276051169
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Care Centre Administrator, Central Otago, Summerset Holdings
New Zealand, Otago, Otago,
Published November 24, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Care centre administrator


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We are looking for an exceptionalCare Centre Administratorto join our team at ourDunedinVillage. This is aPART TIMEpositionproviding care centre admin support, reporting directly to the Care Centre Manager.At Summerset we are here to bring the best of life to our residents. To do this, we know we need to take care of our people to form a team who are strong enough to care, operate as one team, and strive to do their best. The purpose of the role is to actively support the Care Centre Manager with administration and coordination tasks to ensure the smooth running of the Care Centre and to allow the Care Centre Manager to focus on critical care tasks.Who are we looking for?A customer service superstar with a strong administration background.Proven abilities in providing administrative support to a management team.Attention to detail, accuracy and time management.Someone who is able to work independently and take initiativeA strong communicator with people from all walks of lifeWhat does Summerset have to offer?A supportive team in a fast-paced environmentA paid day off on your birthdayFree everyday health insurance and funeral coverAbility to purchase Summerset sharesThe safety of our residents and staff is important to us. For this reason, we require all our employees to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 before commencing work at Summerset.Due to NZ Immigration requirements we are obliged to consider candidates that already have the right to work in NZ for this role first. Due to this we may not be able to support a visa application for this role. This role may close early due to an increased number of applications - apply as soon as possible to avoid disappointment!Please note, only suitable applicants will be contacted.

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