We’re on the look-out for an administration whizz to join our team at 3rdeye - one of NZ’s top boutique recruitment agencies for advertising, design, digital and media.
Do you love organisation, know your Tweet from your LinkedIn post, and enjoy helping people?
For this role you’ll need to be creative, have high-level attention-to-detail, together with an affinity for communicating with people and fostering both client and candidate relationships. Good written and verbal communication skills are essential, together with a fun sense of humour and a can-do attitude.
You’ll be responsible for overseeing all candidate applications, assisting our recruitment consultants with an assortment of tasks and best of all, you’ll get to play on Photoshop and make all our social media images (fun!) as well as being involved in all our social media activity. (Photoshop skills are not essential to this role, but will be a benefit to have). You’ll also get to attend industry-related events and meet professionals from all levels and walks of the advertising, media, and creative industries.
You may have a marketing/communications background, an advertising agency background, a recruitment background, or an administration background.
This role offers a possible career progression opportunity within 3rdeye.
3rdeye offers specialised, expertise recruitment, talent management, search, career and industry advice within the advertising, design, digital, and media industries. We’re now looking for a new person to join our team and work with the best and brightest talent as well as all the hottest agencies through-out NZ.
We are a team comprised of very friendly, supportive and highly experienced industry professionals. Our office is based in the heart of Newmarket, which offers a handy location if you want to pop out during your lunch break for a coffee, a bit of a shopping trip on Broadway, or a stroll through the park by Auckland Museum.
If this sounds like the role for you, send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting job Ref #5361SP or give Andy or Bella a call. Apply by clicking the "Apply via Email" button.
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