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Temp Data Entry Analysis Support

Payment: Paid Position ($21 )
Location: Auckland
Region: Auckland
Experience: Experience Necessary
Listing Added: 07/04/2021

Here at Salt in Auckland, we specialise in recruiting temporary roles are looking to recruit those with Data Entry Analysis experience. If you have a current working visa and you are available to work across any Auckland Locations, plus you are available for at least 2 months minimum. Send your CV today!

Who are you:

  • Previous data entry experience is a must
  • You will have an analytical approach to your work
  • Confident with using various computer systems
  • It goes without saying, you will need to have EXCELLENT accuracy skills and can be autonomous within a team setting

What we are looking for:

  • Available immediately for a minimum of 2 months
  • Eligible to work in New Zealand.
  • Ideally a minimum of 12 months office experience
  • Computer savvy with proficiency in Microsoft Office suite

Sounds like you? Apply now! Send your CV to: talentNZ@welovesalt.com

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