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Administration Clerk (Receptionist)

Location: Johannesburg,Gauteng, South Africa
Closing Date: 12 September 2014
Reference Number: REF-04834
Directorate: Office of the Head of Department – Gauteng Health
Salary: R123 738 per annum (plus benefits)

Requirements:

Grade 12 or equivalent qualification. Good organisational, communications interpersonal, filing, confidentiality and prioritisation skills. Experience in Office Administration will be an advantage. Good MS computer package literacy.. Proficiency in English. Telephone etiquette. Be prepared to work long hours.

 

Duties:

Perform general administrative duties in the Office of the HOD as required. Render logistical, administrative and technical support in the Office of the HOD. Assist in arranging meetings and workshops. Filing and retrieving of documents. Co-ordinating and tracking of out- going and incoming documents. Ensuring that deadlines for document submission are met. Co-operate with all staff in the HOD`s Office as part of a team. Liaise with internal and external stakeholders of the Office of the HOD. Responsible for logistical claims. Management of frontline desk. Rendering receptionist services including answering telephone calls, typing, data capturing, filing, photocopying, receiving, recording and dispatching of documents, distribution of circulars, ordering stationary, arrange parking for visitors Any other office duties that may be required.

How to Apply?

People who are already on level 6 and possess the necessary requirements & experience and interested in a lateral transfer may apply for this position. All applications must be forwarded to: The Recruitment ans Selection Unit, Gauteng Department of Health, Private Bag x085, Marshalltown, 2107 or hand deliver to Bank of Lisbon, 37 Sauer Street, for attention: Mr T Mphelo or apply online at www.gautengonline.gov.za

Enquiries: Ms. Mariam Simelane, Tel:

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