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We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced loans
consultant for our Manukau based finance company.
What you need to have:
• Exceptional communication and keyboard skills
• Overall knowledge of financial lending
• Good computer skills with Finpower exp preferred
• Proven record in finance sales
• Clean reliable transport
• Ability to work rostered Saturdays
• A desire for a career not a job
Please email CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Required for a busy Drury Company specialising in European
carparts. Duties include dismantling, organizing warehouse
storage, putting parts away. The candidate will be trustworthy
and able to work unsupervised, current clean drivers license
essential. Motivated applicants with industry experience only
need apply in person between 9am & 11.30am Saturday 19
Euroline Autoparts Ltd,
60 Firth Street, Drury, Auckland.
Fixed Term Position for 2011
To begin Immediately
We seek a Teacher Aide to support students with
special learning needs. This is likely to include
students with English as a second language,
learning and/or physical disabilities. The successful
applicant will have an affinity with adolescents and
the ability to build positive relationships with them.
Previous experience is preferred, but not always
Hours of work: 8.45a.m. to 3.00p.m.
Monday to Friday.
Please apply in writing to The Principal, Cathy
Chalmers, Greenmeadows Intermediate School,
P O Box 75 171, Manurewa, Manukau 2243.
Include a letter of application, current CV detailing
suitability for the job, any previous relevant work
experience, qualifications and the names and
contact number of 2 referees.
For further information contact
Denise - 267 6255 Ext 705 or email
We are after a dedicated team member whose
skills, experience and qualifcations include:
New Zealand Trade Certifcate
(Fitter & Turner)
3-5yrs Industrial mechanical experience.
Sound fault fnding and trouble shooting
Sound electrical aptitude.
Good level of physical ftness.
Potential candidates must be prepared to work
fexible hours. The job does involve some
weekend work. Experience on Web Offset
Printing machines will be an advantage.
We offer a competitive remuneration package
including superannuation and medical benefts.
If this sounds like you, please email your
on or before 25 March 2011.
Fairfax offers comprehensive benefts including
medical insurance and superannuation. For further
information about your career with Fairfax visit
www.fairfaxnz.co.nz/careers. Fairfax Media is owned
and operated by Fairfax New Zealand Limited.
A member of the Fairfax Media group and a division
of Fairfax New Zealand Limited.
Fairfax Media, New Zealands
largest media company, is
seeking a trade qualifed
maintenance ftter for all
corrective, preventative and
production maintenance, to
join its print facility based in
(Operations and Maintenance)
Aviation Security Officers -- Part Time
We are currently looking for part time Aviation Security Officers to work from
Auckland Airport. As an Aviation Security Officer your primary responsibility
will be to enhance the security of the domestic and international travelling
public by ensuring that our airports are secure; you will be the public face
of Aviation Security in New Zealand.
To be successful you will possess the following:
• Ability to work well with people from diverse backgrounds and
• Reliable, honest, friendly and professional
• Good command of the English language, both oral and written
• Good level of physical fitness
• NZ Citizen or Permanent Resident
• A full clean NZ drivers licence
These roles are rostered on a variable shift work basis over 24 hours 7 days
per week. Hours of work are a minimum of 30 per week based on a 6 on 3
off rotating roster.
Successful applicants must pass a security clearance and full medical
assessment. Full job training will be provided to successful applicants.
Previous applicants need not apply.
For a copy of the role description and to apply please visit
Applications close Friday 25 March 2011
customer services officer
Auckland City Branches
As AMI's business continues to grow, we require more staff across our group of
Auckland City Branches to meet demand. Joining one of New Zealand's 'Best
Workplaces' will certainly mean great things for your career. Not only is this the
chance to work for the country's largest wholly New Zealand owned fire and general
insurance company, you will also experience the benefit of ongoing opportunities for
professional development that will really see your career take off!
Take this varied role. It's an ideal one to get you started in our established, supportive
company. A typical day will see you building important relationships with customers
by responding to inquiries on our products and services, arranging general insurance
policies, and handling claims - in short doing whatever it takes to provide the best
outcomes for our customers and for AMI.
Your previous experience in satisfying customer needs is important to us. You
will also have exceptional listening and communication skills, along with a tactful
and diplomatic approach and natural ability to empathise with customers. Your
proven experience in building relationships, plus impressive organisational and time
management skills will be of utmost importance for success in this role. In return
you will enjoy great opportunities to promote your long term career, along with
continual development and study opportunities that will enhance your skills to
ensure you provide the best possible care for our customers.
In addition to great colleagues, and the fantastic
environment of a 'Best Workplace', we offer a competitive
remuneration package including a health insurance subsidy
and staff discounts on selected AMI Insurance products.
To apply for this position post a copy of your CV and covering letter to
Tony Rogers, Area Manager -- Auckland, AMI Insurance Ltd, PO Box 97 365,
Manukau 2241, or email email@example.com quoting CSO 22344 in the
subject field. Applications close Friday, 25 March 2011.
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