Our client is seeking a dynamic and proactive Office Administrator to support the day to day running of their busy St Andrews office. The team is a kind-hearted bunch who care a whole lot about our future. Children have ideas and voices, and through the curriculum they offer, they work hand-in-hand with them to shape a world we’d all love to live in, founded on the values of aroha and manaakitanga.
All children deserve the best possible learning experiences and environments so they can be the best they can be. Their community provides a space where diversity is celebrated, and their design embraces the values of tuakana-teina and whanaungatanga. The early education spaces are filled with rich materials and learning is led by children’s interests and ideas. With strong links into our community, they believe it takes a village to raise a child and consider it an honour to be a part of this.
With them, you will get to be a part of a culture of discovery, work alongside whānau, contribute to the centre’s strategic direction and celebrate the individuality and potential of every child, all with their core philosophy in mind.
In this role, you will provide support to the Group Manager, Centre Managers and Centre staff. You will be the go between for external providers, centre managers, families and the organisation. Your key tasks will include being a key contact and processor of the childcare system ‘Discover’, maintaining child records and filing, monitoring client invoices, processing payments and reports using Xero, managing the vehicle fleet, overseeing IT equipment set up, inventory, facilitating repairs and technical support. You will also be involved in ad hoc projects.
Ideally you will demonstrate:
- Strong Microsoft knowledge (Sharepoint an advantage)
- Exceptional people skills
- An eye for detail & outstanding organistional skills
- High levels of initiative
- The ability to work well both autonomously and as part of a team
- Strong adaptability and multi tasking ability
- Well rounded administration experience
- Knowledge of accounts/invoicing
This is your chance to be part of a thriving, close-knit team. Their values shape their unique culture, which is based on building heart to heart connection with our children, whanau and each other. They are a true not for profit organisation, focusing on giving back to their people and communities. They invest significantly in innovative pedagogy and the professional development of their people.
For further details or to apply now send your CV to Judy Davison at Asset Recruitment, firstname.lastname@example.org