Document Administrator

Exciting Opportunity for Document Administrators!
Client: Banking Company
Role: Document Administrator
Duration: 2 Month Contract
Location: Work from office (Kingston, ON)

Your new company
Our client, an established leader in the Banking sector is hiring for a Document Administrator
for a 2 month contract.

Your new role
A Document Administrator is an individual who works with the business to update data to our core banking systems in a set of specific steps. Candidates will be assisting in preparation for relocation. Candidates must be able to follow simple instructions and perform tasks in sequence with minimal supervision. Candidates will be fully trained on how to access necessary information through company systems and must demonstrate an ability to learn quickly. Candidates will largely be required to carry out physical tasks such as file cleanup, collecting closed files and preparing storage boxes for transportation.

Responsibilities
• Interpret, understand simple requirements
• Ability to follow written instructions and input data into systems with minimal supervision
• Deliver fair outcomes for our customers / stakeholders and ensure own conduct maintains the orderly and transparent operation of financial markets.
• Promote an environment that supports diversity and reflect our brand
• Ability to lift boxes weighing up to 10Kg

What you'll need to succeed
• Experience with Data Entry
• Basic Microsoft Skills
• Solid Communication Skills
• Solid Time Management and Organization Skills
• Solid Team Work Skills

What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.

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Resumen

Tipo de trabajo
Interim
Industria
Banking & Financial Services
Lugar
Ontario
Sector
Office Professionals
Salario
Competitive Salary
Ref.:
1102757

Hablar con un consultor

Hablar con Anaahat Dhindsa, la persona que lleva esta posición, en la oficina de Vancouver (EN)
Suite 2150,, 1050 West Pender Street,

Teléfono: 6046481722