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Administration Officer - Te Awamutu

Department of Corrections
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Wellington - Wellington
Wellington - Wairarapa
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Ongoing - Part Time
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Job Description

Administration Officer – Part time (30 hrs per week)

Every week Corrections staff get up and come to work in an environment of high risk and high reward. We are privileged to have the opportunity to make a positive difference for offenders, prisoners and the New Zealand public. 

We are currently looking for a Permanent, Part-Time, Administration Officer to support our Community Corrections teams at Te Awaumutu Service Centre with a great part of the role being front-line reception duties dealing directly with those requiring the service of Probation Officers.  Other key tasks involve liaising with organisations and services we work with, processing offender files, preparing documents for court, purchasing materials and record management and other general tasks that an Administration Officer undertakes.

Working in a team and customer based environment, you will possess strong communication skills, and a non-judgmental attitude in customer service.

Do you? 
  • Have extensive experience in front-line reception work
  • Take pride in your work
  • Maintain a high level of accuracy and attention to detail
  • Experience in Microsoft Office Applications
  • Experience in IT systems. 
  • Have outstanding organisational skills and be able to prioritise tasks
  • Enjoy exceptional customer service skills
  • Have a Full Drivers Licence 

This position is part-time, Tuesday to Saturday. Working 5.5 hours on Tuesday – Friday and 8 hours on Saturday from 7.30am to 4pm. The salary range for this role is $38,900 - $49,475 pro rata.

As first point of contact it is essential that you hold yourself to a high standard of integrity and professionalism and always act as a role model for the offenders and communities we work with. 

Our staff come from different backgrounds, cultures, education and experience – and together their purpose is to motivate offenders to make positive changes in their lives, and so make our communities safer.

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