Clerk: Branch Administration

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Company AVBOB
Reference # BA/KMH
Contract Type Permanent
Location Kwa-Mhlanga, Mpumalanga, South Africa
Introduction
AVBOB, Africa’s largest mutual assurance society providing a one-stop funeral insurance and burial solution, has a vacancy for a Clerk: Branch Administration in the Kwa-Mhlanga Life Office. The incumbent will report to the District Manager and will be responsible for general office administrative duties including reception within the branch.
Job Functions Administration,Client Services
Industries Admin, Office & Suppor
Specification
RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

•Reception
•Typing
•Record keeping
•Handling of switchboard
•Client services
•Data input and scanning of documents
•General office duties
•Handling petty cash

Requirements
QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED FOR THE POSITION:•Grade 12

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED FOR THE POSITION:

•1-2 years’ relevant office administration experience will be a definite advantage

SKILLS REQUIRED FOR THE POSITION:

•Administration skills
•Computer skills
•Good interpersonal skills and communication skills
•Time management skills

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