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Customer Service Attendant EDM-18-050
Customer Service Attendant
Personnel Support Programs
Casual x 3
Who We Are:
CFMWS is committed to enhancing the morale and welfare of the military community, ultimately contributing to the operational readiness and effectiveness of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF). We pride ourselves on being part of the Defence Team. For more information on who we are, please visit us at www.cfmws.com.
Under the supervision of Community Recreation Supervisor, the Customer Service Attendant provides service such as answering customer inquiries, membership sales, typing correspondence, filing and clearing military personnel in and out. She/he maintains cash floats and daily sales records. She/he uses data management program to book facilities and programs. She/he provides financial information to management, such as daily sales reports and provides assistance to recreation staff.
High School Diploma AND several years of experience in a related field
Current CPR and Basic First Aid qualifications
Successful completion of the Principles of healthy child development and Quest 2 certification, HIGH FIVE, by end of probation
Language requirement: English Essential, Bilingual an asset
- In cash handling
- In office administration
Salary: $15.73/hr – $17.00/hr
- Reliability Status
- This process includes a police records check for service with the vulnerable sector.
NPF employees must demonstrate the following shared competencies: client service, organizational knowledge, communication, innovation, teamwork and leadership.
Employment Equity: NPF is strongly committed to building a skilled and diverse workforce reflective of Canadian society. Therefore we promote employment equity and encourage candidates to voluntarily self-identify on their application if they are members of a designated group (i.e. a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a visible minority).
Start Date: as soon as possible
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