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Mint Rentals Airport / Auckland Tourism Paid position(Know your rights) 17 - 19

Mint Rentals is a new company in the Auckland Car Rental market receiving great reviews and we are on the lookout for someone to join our team on a full-time basis. 

The role primarily involves Customer Service with some detailing and a whole lot more. Every day is a bit different!

The key responsibilities of this position include:

– Answering phone calls & emails and assisting customers with any enquiries.
– Taking customers through the rental contract on collection on their vehicle.
– Showing customers how to use our cars (easy as!).
– Picking up customers from the airport and dropping them back.
– Cleaning vehicles to a high standard (training will be provided and this is only part of your day).
– Going out of your way to keep customers happy and a whole lot more…

The key skills and requirements for this role include:

– Dedication to a high standard of Customer Service.
– Great time management skills and attention to detail.
– Quick thinker on your feet and can work under pressure.
– Great presentation skills – verbal, written and self
– Drivers licence.

We need someone flexible as we are open 7 days a week from 8 am – 5.30pm so working hours will change.

A full drivers licence is required.

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work permit.

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