Administration Assistant

  • Category
    Office, clerical & administrative - Administrative Assistant
  • Job type
  • Location
    Kamloops, British Columbia



Start date: August 19th

End date: October 31st

Assignment Length: Ongoing

Pay: $18.00/hr

Location: Kamloops

Hours: Mon-Fri 9.00am – 5.00pm


Our client, TD Bank, is looking for clerical support within the financial planning department.



  • Open, sort, identify and scan documents through branch MFD Printer Systems;
  • Index and upload scanned documents appropriately to File-Net based on the provided guidelines;
  • Provide quality customer service to Financial Planners by ensuring all tasks are completed correctly the first time around;
  • Other general office tasks as required.



  • Able to perform computer-related activities with minimal training;
  • 2 years of eFilling and scanning experience;
  • 1 year of document management;
  • Ability to operate and troubleshoot scanning machine;
  • Ability to perform computer related activities with minimal training required;
  • Ability to understand TD applications forms based on the training provided;
  • Positive attitude with a strong work ethic;
  • Personable and professional in both appearance and demeanor;
  • Able to work both independently and as part of a team;
  • Good Microsoft Office skills.


Why Work for Adecco?

  • Great pay + 4% vacation pay;
  • Paid weekly – accurate and on time;
  • Medical and dental benefits once qualified;
  • Strong health and safety programs;
  • Flexible shifts;
  • Generous referral bonuses;
  • Free training programs.


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Reference number CA_EN_1_026526_12282550

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