We’ve been building families for over 30 years. Committed to Care, Responsiveness and Excellence, Fertility Associates has helped create over 25,000 babies across New Zealand. One in every 50 Kiwi babies start with us.
Why choose Fertility Associates
Join us to make a difference in the lives of others! You will enjoy 5 weeks annual leave (we have a shutdown period over Christmas), along with, free carparking, a discretionary bonus scheme and Kiwisaver. Importantly, we genuinely care about the wellbeing of our people.
This is a Kiwi success story in a medical field like no other. Providing fertility related care and services, Fertility Associates has clinics around New Zealand, striving to provide a strong customer ethos, committed to delivering quality solutions and excellent patient outcomes. Having a team culture, with all staff working towards a common goal, this business is one of support and collaboration.
We are looking for a full-time Medical Receptionist/Administrator, who is mature in dealing with patients, has a warm and friendly demeanour and whose values align with Fertility Associates. You will enjoy liaising with patients and be able to work calmly under pressure. Ideally you will be familiar with medical terminology and an expert at managing whatever comes your way.
Ideal candidate, skills and experience
Sound computer skills, a positive, empathetic nature and impressionable frontline personality are essential for this role. This is a perfect role for someone wanting to be part of a dynamic team environment and help make a difference in people’s lives.
We offer 5 weeks annual leave and a shut down period over Christmas, free parking, discretionary bonus and a genuinely caring and friendly work environment.
A fertility journey is a significant experience for patients, often something they will always remember. If you’d like to influence that patient experience, where people often become parents, please get in touch.
Fertility Associates are required by Government legislation to ensure all employees are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.