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The perfect job is working from home doing office admin one day a week, yes? Most bookkeeping course graduates would agree that this is the perfect client. It means you have up to 4 days available where you can get other ideal clients and it means you work online with no need to travel (or dress up!).

This job is also involved in the growing NDIS sector so you’ll learn some great skills if you haven’t worked in the sector before. You must have experience working as an admin support person and be setup to work effectively from home.

In our Worklife video interview with Amanda from Sydney’s Northern Beaches she mentioned that she has 3 clients and that fills up 5 days a week of work and she loves it because it is less invoicing and headaches and more time with each client. She enrolled into our Xero Complete Training Course (Advanced Certificate in Xero)

It’s a perfect combination of being a useful and valuable accounts person as part of the company team but she also gets to work with other people at the other organisations and that keeps her work life interesting.

This job is involved in the NDIS sector and is run by Tarryn Corlet based in Lismore. This online and remote admin assistant job stood out to me because it involves Rostering and our team have just sent a lot of time creating the Rostering and Time Management Course for the leading Human Resources software programs:

  • Deputy,
  • KeyPay,
  • QuickBooks Time (was TSheets), and
  • Square Team

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Remote working job advertised on Indeed

This is the job listing at Indeed:

Job details

Highly organised person needed to assist with rostering and administrative tasks. The role is Wednesdays 9am-5pm AEDT, with potential to expand to other days.

Salary

$35 an hour

Job Type

Subcontract

Shift and Schedule

Monday to Friday

You will need:

  • Reliable internet and phone connections.
  • Experience as a PA or Admin Assistant.
  • The ability to manage your time, problem-solve and work independently, with very little oversight.
  • Great phone manner.
  • Excellent computer skills.
  • An ABN.

Benefits:

  • Work from home

Application Question(s):

  • Do you have reliable internet and phone connections?
  • Are you available to work Wednesdays 9am-5pm AEDT?
  • Are you currently employed?

Experience:

  • Administrative: 2 years (Required)

Licence/Certification:

  • ABN (Required)

Work Location: Hybrid remote in East Lismore, NSW 2480

Expected Start Date: 24/07/2023

Do you have NDIS Bookkeeping Experience?

If you have experience in rostering, scheduling, invoicing or generally handling the office and/or payroll admin for an NDIS business we’d love to hear from you and understand what you think the biggest challenges are. Just email us at sales@ezylearn.com.au.

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