Amesbury School – 48 Amesbury Dr, Churton Park
Storage - Newlands
Saturdays (6.00am-9.00am and 5.00-8.00pm)
This is a jobshare contracting position between 2 Equipments Assistants (EA). EAs will work alternate weeks during the music school term (there will not be operations during term break). There are generally around 44 weeks of operations in a year.
Remuneration is $20 per hour.
As it is a contractor’s role, the EA is paid based on the number of hours worked as agreed i.e. EA is not paid when taking time off or when there are no operations.
Director, Encore! School of Music
The following section outlines the primary tasks for this position. The tasks may change depending on business needs and there may be additional tasks to ensure the smooth running of the business.
Pick up music equipment from storage
Transport music equipment to Amesbury School
Set up music equipment according to the plan provided
Pack down music equipment after classes
Ensure classrooms are left the way they were found
Transport music equipment back to storage
Ensure all windows and doors are shut and locked
Set the alarm when leaving school premises
Inform admin team about any equipment that requires attention
Help with any straightforward repairs on equipment
Integrity & Great Attitude
Trustworthy, honest, reliable and committed. Turns up for work as promised and can be relied upon to set up for operations correctly and punctually. Ensures all tasks are completed with a spirit of excellence at all times. Takes ownership of the tasks and works proactively. ‘Can-do’ attitude.
Treats customers with courtesy and is friendly and approachable, a pleasure for customers to deal with. Maintains composure under pressure. Well presented.
Works well with teachers, admin team and director, seeking to make their jobs a pleasure. Communicates all relevant information to the appropriate parties to ensure that things run smoothly.
Ability to work in New Zealand – citizenship, residency or work visa.
Physically fit and able:
Able to transport and set up musical equipment for music school operations (includes digital pianos, which can be heavy but nothing too overly challenging!).
Has a driver’s license and good driving record.