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Front Office Administrator

Job description

This well-established urban and town planning consultancy offer specialised professional services and advice to private and public clients across Australia. This national consultancy works alongside builders, architects, and other consultants to ensure the very best outcomes for their growing pipeline of repeat clients. Offering a friendly, welcoming, and diverse work environment, this consultancy value initiative, drive, and passion in their team members. The Front Office Administrator will be the first point of contact for the business and will provide a combination of exceptional customer service and administrative support. Joining a collaborative and supportive administration team, this is an opportunity to upskill and develop your administration skillet and take advantage of long-term career prospects within the business.  
The Role
Although this role is responsible for managing traditional front desk duties, there will be a heavy focus on administration tasks including document formatting and delegating incoming requests to the team.
Responsibilities may include but not limited to:
  • Front of house duties including managing all incoming calls, responding to client emails, and greeting clients with a welcoming and professional demeanour
  • Collating, reviewing, editing, and formatting documents, coordinating the final input and appearance of document
  • Coordinate bookings for board rooms ensuring areas are maintained throughout the day
  • Maintain office supplies via arrangement of kitchen and stationary orders
  • Assist the leadership team with general day-to-day administration tasks and support
 The Like Mind
As the first point of contact for the business, you will possess excellent communication skills, polished personal presentation, and a warm and approachable manner. Previous reception or administration experience will be highly regarded along with proficiency in Microsoft Word. This position demands high attention to detail, a keen initiative, and a ‘can-do’ attitude. You will demonstrate the ability to multi-task and have an open mindset to feedback and personal development. A collaborative team player will fit right into this social and supportive team environment. This progressive workplace value their staff with benefits such as career progression opportunities and paid overtime. This is a great opportunity to work in a dynamic team within a secure and stable industry. If you feel that you have the experience, ability, and an eagerness to learn, we want to hear from you! 
Give us a Call! We love to chat! Although we can’t disclose certain information until the interview stage, we would love for you to get in touch if you do have any further questions about this opportunity. We promise to provide you with as much information as we can. 
Kirsty MacPhail08 7073 6872
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