RECRUITMENT - Junior Office Admin Assistant
JUNIOR OFFICE ADMIN ASSISTANT
Entry level role
Part-time (2 days a week)
You’re looking for an entry office position. You’re looking to grow your skills, help people and enjoy making a difference.
WE'RE LOOKING FOR
An Admin Assistant to do all the essential things around the office and work on small projects so that we can continue our growth journey.
The role is two days a week part-time.
WHY THIS ROLE EXISTS
Our firm is challenging the way legal services for estate planning and administration are being delivered. We think we can do it better and we have had great success.
But there is still so much more to do. And we can’t do it alone. We need another person to help look after the administrative work which pops ups every day – writing receipts, checking notices in e-newspapers, cleaning, sending reminder emails, scanning documents… and then there’s the small projects which require you to write short posts, collect data and prepare basic reports.
There’s plenty of things to do and we will teach you how to do it.
So, prior experience is not required.
For the experienced reader, this is a junior role with mostly back-of-house office functions as discussed above; some components are receptionist or secretarial work. It’s great for someone wanting to start in office administration or making a move out of retail and hospitality.
If you can type accurately and have a desire to learn, we can teach you everything you need to succeed in the role.
You must have basic knowledge of Microsoft Word and typing speed of at least 58 wpm.
Applications close: 5.00PM Tuesday 31 May 2022
AVAILABILITY & COMMENCEMENT
This is a part-time role of two days a week.
Commencement Date to be agreed with successful candidate.
To be eligible to apply for this position, you must have an appropriate Australian work visa or be an Australian citizen.
HOW TO APPLY
There are two things you need to do:
1. email your application to firstname.lastname@example.org. If this job has been re-posted on another website, the email will not appear. Please visit our website for details; and
2. include your CV and cover letter in PDF format as separate attachments. You can convert Word documents to PDF with most versions of Word. Use Google to find other ideas if you get stuck.
If your application does not meet the above criteria, it will not be considered.
Applications will be read by Mr Shen Chow.
The cover letter is your free kick.
We assume that if you're applying, you're going to be reliable, hard-working and using all the skills you have accumulated; so you don’t have to tell us that.
Use the cover letter as an opportunity to help you stand out from the other applicants. Examples:
1. tell us something that we can't learn from reading your CV;
2. clarify things in your CV; or
3. show your personality, passion for the position, or to narrate your life and work history.