Admin Assistant Jobs Sydney & Melbourne

You keep the office moving and grooving by taking care of the details. Without you, it’s a day of walking in circles.

Admin Assistant Jobs Sydney & Melbourne

You keep the office moving and grooving by taking care of the details. Without you, it’s a day of walking in circles.

ADMIN ASSISTANT JOBS

The best Admin Assistant jobs in Sydney

Looking for your next admin assistant job? We’re here to help you dream big. We’re Sydney’s best boutique recruitment agency for administration roles. 

Admin assistants provide much-needed support to business teams. Over the last few years, we have seen a big increase in demand for Admin Assistants. Junior and intermediate level admin assistants typically support up to 12 people and in some cases, even up to teams of 20 people (depending on the industry) for senior admin assistant positions, 

Recently, we have seen some crossover between the junior executive assistant and admin assistant roles. We see this happening when the candidate has taken the initiative to offer, ‘more’ in terms of their support and typically is done so with the more senior members of the team or when the team size is smaller. 

We have access to some of the best opportunities across Sydney! From Sydney CBD to Surry Hills, the Northern Beaches,  to North Sydney and Macquarie Park and the ‘Hills district’.  We can’t wait to help you find the job of your dreams!

ADMIN ASSISTANT JOBS

What does an Admin Assistant do?

The role of admin assistant can include a myriad of duties! Some  of the key daily duties you can expect  to execute are:

  • Team support
  • Diary, email and travel management
  • Phone and email correspondence on behalf of the team
  • Expense preparation
  • General administration e.g. typing, formatting, retrieving files
  • Ad hoc projects and support

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What are Admin Assistants also known as?

Within Sydney, admin assistant jobs may also be referred to as team assistants, executive team assistants or team personal assistants. If you’re looking for permanent or temporary admin work, do get in touch.

How much do Admin Assistants earn in Sydney?

Admin assistants in Sydney typically earn from $60,000 up to $95,000 depending on the level of experience. 

All salaries/rates are based on NSW/VIC positions and are exclusive of superannuation. Further, the below rates do not include additional bonuses or the value of non-monetary benefits.

Junior – $60-70k/Yearly salary, $30-35/Hourly rate

Intermediate – $70-80k/Yearly salary, $40-55/Hourly rate

Senior – $80-95k/Yearly salary, $45-55/Hourly rate

See our most recent salary guide.

How much do Admin Assistants earn in Melbourne?

Admin assistants in Melbourne typically earn from  $60,000 up to $90,000  depending on the level of experience.

All salaries/rates are based on NSW/VIC positions and are exclusive of superannuation. Further, the below rates do not include additional bonuses or the value of non-monetary benefits.

Junior – $60-70k/Yearly salary, $30-35/Hourly rate

Intermediate – $70-75k/Yearly salary, $35-40/Hourly rate

Senior – $75-90k/Yearly salary, $40-45/Hourly rate

See our most recent salary guide.

What is a typical career pathway for Admin Assistants?

Junior candidates will have 1-2 years administration/reception experience and strong administration skills. We see the admin assistant role as a bridge between general administration roles and intermediate executive assistant positions.

How many Admin Assistant jobs do you have in Sydney?

The number of admin assistant jobs we have changed all the time.  You can search through our available administration jobs at any time.

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