Personal Assistant

at Auckland District Health Board
Location Auckland, New Zealand
Date Posted October 9, 2020
Category Admin and Clerical
Job Type Full-time
Send Resume at WBrosnan@adhb.govt.nz

Description

Personal Assistant Auckland District Health Board location Auckland.

Working for Auckland DHB is an opportunity for you to make a real difference in the health and wellbeing of our Auckland community. We are looking for two PA superstar’s who share Auckland DHB’s values of Haere Mai (welcome), Manaaki (respect), Tūhono(together) and Angamua (aim high). The two roles available are Personal Assistant to the Chief Health Professions Officer and Personal Assistant to the Chief Nursing Officer.

About the role in this role, you will be providing high-level PA support to either the Chief Health Professions Officer or the Chief Nursing Officer; you will be ensuring that their direct reports are able to work efficiently and effectively and meet all strategic objectives. You will be working within and as part of the corporate business team of personal assistants to provide secretarial, administrative and executive assistance to the Executive Management team to ensure efficient, effective and customer-focused service delivery and to meet the day-to-day operating needs of the office.

In this varied role you will be managing travel arrangements; preparing paperwork taking minutes for meetings and presentations; managing calendars, emails and phone calls and assisting with recruitment activities. Click here to view the position description for Personal Assistant to the Chief Health Professions Officer role. Click here to view the position description for the Personal Assistant to the Chief Nursing Officer role.

About You will be accurate and quality orientated in your approach to your work, with the ability to communicate effectively with multiple stakeholders with a customer service ethos. You will have at least 5 years’ experience in an executive support role at senior management/board level. If you have a business-related tertiary qualification and experience in a health or large complex organisation, this is preferred but not essential. Having an organised work ethic and sound MS Office skills is vital for this role.