University of Auckland is hiring a

Client Services Assistant

Auckland, New Zealand

Libraries and Learning Services at the University of Auckland is seeking enthusiastic and engaging people to join our Client Services team as a Customer Services Assistant at our City Campus. 

The Client Services team includes Libraries and Information Commons, and is responsible for providing excellent, friendly, and informative support to all our customers, enabling clients to navigate across a range of library and information commons services, and referring to other services where appropriate.

The position is full-time and permanent full-time (37.5 hours) Monday to Friday 7am-3pm.  

For more information on the role, view the position description

What are we looking for?

We are looking for candidates who understand that customer service is not a department, it is an attitude! This means you can demonstrate strong communication, problem-solving and customer service skills, along with the ability to interact with people from various backgrounds. Your passion for great customer service is demonstrated in the pride you take in your work, and your ability to exercise good judgement when it comes to effectively identifying their needs and resolving or escalating queries.

Skills and experience

To be successful in this role, you will display excellent communication skills, a helpful and supportive approach, good IT skills, and the ability to excel when working independently, and as part of a team.

As we are a large and complex organisation, relevant experience in the tertiary sector will be considered favourably or experience in a similarly complex environment.

How to apply

Applications must be submitted online, by the closing date of Sunday 20th September t 2020 to be considered. Please include your CV and a cover letter outlining what strengths you would bring to this role.

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