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Car Rental / Customer Services Agent, Kerikeri, Avis

Published 2022-08-06
Expires 2022-09-06
ID #1117599659
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Car Rental / Customer Services Agent, Kerikeri, Avis
New Zealand, Northland, Kerikeri,
Published August 6, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Car rental / customer services agent


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Multiple positions available - Full Time, 40 Hours per week and Part Time 20 Hours per week


Kerikeri Airport based


Supportive, friendly, and caring culture


Entry level role with training provided


Big international company with opportunity to move internally


Tourism industry is back up and running as a result we are looking for people to help with our operations.

This position will require you to work on a 7-day roster (Monday - Sunday) between the hours of 8:00am - 9:00pm as a result you will be rostered to work mornings, afternoons, evenings (including weekends) including on split shifts to ensure we have staff to cover our customer’s needs.

About the Role

As a Rental Operations Agent you will be involved in all aspects of our business! This varied role covers both our front and back of house operations. On the counter you will be interacting with our customers, marketing products and services, completing rental transactions, contracts, and bookings.

On the other hand, you will be inspecting vehicles for damages and maintenance issues, driving, and parking our cars as well as cleaning vehicles (interior and exterior) in the wash bay so they are ready for our customers.

What we are looking for:


Full, clean, valid class 1 driver’s licence is essential for this role


Previous experience within retail, hospitality, customer service or similar roles


Ability to work in a fast-paced environment while delivery exceptional customer service


Comfortable learning and using various computer systems to accurately input rental information (training will be provided)


Ability to follow procedures and adhere to company guidelines and standards


What’s on offer:


$23.20 per hour, plus increase your earnings with our sales incentive scheme


Uniform and parking provided


Wellbeing programme incl. life insurance, discounted health insurance and superannuation options


Employee discounts on car rental across Avis Budget Group and our partners including access to discounts and offers from retailers and big brands


Full training provided to help you achieve your goals & reach your potential


If you would like the opportunity to represent Avis Budget Group, then we want to hear from you! To put an application forward, please click Apply.

About Avis Budget Group

We don't just rent cars. We're changing the way people move. Across our world-famous brands - Avis, Budget, Zipcar, and Apex - we're leading the way for the global mobility industry. Our brands represent a mobility ecosystem of more than 11,000 locations in approximately 180 countries.

With more than 70 years of experience in managing global fleets and with one of the largest fleets of connected cars in the world, we are committed to innovation and are moving the future of mobility forward.
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    Kerikeri, the largest town in Northland, New Zealand, is a tourist destination 240 kilometres (150 mi) north of Auckland and 80 kilometres (50 mi) north of the northern region's largest city, Whangarei. It is sometimes called the Cradle of the Nation, as it was the site of the first permanent mission station in the country, and it has some of the most historic buildings in the country. A rapidly expanding centre of subtropical and allied horticulture, Kerikeri is in the Far North District of the North Island and lies at the western extremity of the Kerikeri Inlet, a northwestern arm of the Bay of Islands, where fresh water of the Kerikeri River enters the salty Pacific Ocean. A fast-growing community, the 2001 New Zealand census recorded a population of 4,878 which was an increase of 16.3 percent over the 1996 figure. The 2006 census tally of 5,859 was a further population growth of 20 percent, and the 2013 New Zealand census showed an increase by a further 11 percent to 6,504.The village was established by New Zealand's pioneering missionaries, who called it Gloucester Town, but the name did not endure. The Māori word Kerikeri was spelled and pronounced as Keddi Keddi or even Kiddee Kiddee, but the town's name is today generally pronounced Kerry Kerry, sometimes with the rolled 'r' used by Māori. In 1814, Samuel Marsden acquired land at Kerikeri from Hongi Hika for the use of the Church Missionary Society for a payment of forty-eight axes. The protector of the Kerikeri mission station was the chief, Ruatara, a nephew of Hongi Hika.Kerikeri was the first place in New Zealand where grape vines were planted. Samuel Marsden planted 100 vines on 25 September 1819 and noted in his journal that New Zealand promised to be very favourable to the vine. In the same year Charlotte Kemp planted the first citrus, and New Zealand's first commercial plantings of passionfruit were established in 1927, and about 1932 the country's first avocados were planted. The plough was first used in New Zealand at Kerikeri, by Rev. J. G. Butler, on 3 May 1820.

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