msp document administration clerk - $21.84/hour in victoria

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job type
permanent
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job details

posted
location
victoria, british columbia
job category
Administrative Support
job type
permanent
reference number
2104531STFEN
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job description

Are you a student looking for some great work experience this year?
Are you someone who is looking to gain experience working on behalf of the Government?
Are you looking for a well paid temporary opportunity?
If you answered yes to any of these questions then read on!

In this position you will be handling all the incoming mail related to MSP by opening, prepping, sorting, imaging and registering documents and forms. There are also some filing and record maintenance duties, as well as reception.

Position: Temporary - 4 months
Hours: 8am-3:30pm
Location: Downtown Victoria
Pay rate: $21.84/hr

Responsibilities

• Preparing and imaging incoming documents to be registered within three business days, and to ensure that HIBC staff have timely access to their work.
• Performing general reception duties to ensure that building access is secure and visitors are assisted.
• Maintaining and managing operational records to ensure retention schedules are met and stakeholders have appropriate access, when required.

Advantages
• Excellent rate of pay - $21.84/hour
• Great work experience on behalf of the Government
• Busy work, in a team environment
• Convenient Downtown Victoria location
• Work with a growing company


Qualifications
• Excellent attention to detail
• Friendly and positive attitude, and a team player
• Focused and accurate when completing tasks
• Able to work independently
• Understand the principles of customer service and information privacy


Apply online today, or send your resume to Victoria.lowe@randstad.ca.

For any questions please call 250-383-1389.

Good to know you!

Rajbans,
Sarah,
Victoria,
Parminder

Phone Number:
250.383.1389
Fax Number:
250.360.1685

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