Typical day at work: log onto the computer and open emails open the safe set up the reception desk collect the mail and open sort and disperse mail answer email, phone and over counter queries assist with arranging meetings ordering stationary and uniforms hunting permits organise staff travel invoicing creating files for staff and human resources
Management: Excellent support and training
great work place culture and support.
I really enjoyed the job but as we (my partner and our child) were relocating to the bay I couldn't stay on.
Quality Systems Analyst (Former Employee) – Wellington Central, Wellington – 14 September 2017
Development of Quality Management Systems to ensure that the New Zealand environment remains in good condition for future generations and ensuring the propagation of indigenous plant species free from the risk of being overwhelmed by invasive plant species (weeds)
Great people, great places but they need the right people in management
Administration Officer (Former Employee) – Rotorua, N – 2 June 2014
I worked with a great group of people and I've learned so much from them. They were helpful and friendly and we had lots of good times. Management isn't the best in my opinion although there many good people in this position, the one that I know of wasn't able to manage people at the professional level required. Getting to know the work, because of all the facets to it was hard, but once learned it became fun.
Learn about and visit some of the most beautiful places on Earth
Knowledge and Information Advisor Assistant (Former Employee) – Wellington – 7 September 2013
A typical day at work involves checking emails and mail and responding to theses, processing loans and interloans, updating databases, shelving, team meetings once a week and workshops.
- I learned team building skills and team spiritmanship.
- Management is friendly and helpful.
Co-workers are friendly, helpful and cooperative.
- The hardest part of the job is when there are too many request from both library and records and everybody is busy and there is no one to assist with workload. the most enjoyable part is that there is always someone to help if you do not know how to do things
Free Coffee/milo for morning and afternoon tea, free lunches once in a while and good opportunities for professional development
Fixed term contracts and temps do not benefit from professional development