909 days ago

Personal Assistant / Office Admin

Endijs from www.EuroPainters.co.nz

Looking for a PA / Admin person to help with everyday tasks of running a couple of small businesses and a few other projects. Mainly to take care of the office/admin side of things but could go into the management side as well.

Ideally this would suit a person with previous skills in running or administrating a small or “large” business or have been involved in administration and/or management of a business.

There is no job description, but task would involve: day to day admin/office tasks, emailing, dealing with clients, customer relationships, planning, organizing, dealing with a few staff, basic book keeping, marketing, sales, accounts and more

This would ideally suit a very active, driven and open-minded person that like challenges and to learn/try new things.

This could start as a part time position but can be or gradually turn into a full-time position if the right person is found and has the right drive and attitude to progress in this role.

If this sounds like you, please email your application to info@europainters.co.nz

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