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Mental Health Bed Implementation Project Manager
Barwon Health, Geelong
Location: Geelong Job type: Not provided Organisation: Barwon Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Nursing Reference: 171908 Job posted: 01/10/2021 Closes: 24/10/2021 Occupation: Nursing Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Maree Bennett - 0434 182 402 Reference: 171908 Occupation: Nursing Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Geelong Exciting opportunity to implement major change reform as a result of the RCIncrease your skills working alongside a highly skilled and experienced teamTemporary Full Time - 80 hours per fortnight (12 month role) Lead the transformational change program guided by the new Barwon Health Strategic Mental Health and AOD Services Plan 2021-26, currently in development, and by Department of Health requirements for the implementation of the Royal Commission. This includes the implementation of the new 16-bed acute adult mental health and wellbeing unit at the McKellar Centre site.About the service Barwon Health’s Mental Health Drugs and Alcohol Service (MHDAS) provides integrated and recovery oriented mental health, drugs and alcohol assessment, treatment and community support to people of all ages within the Barwon region experiencing, or at risk of experiencing, mental health and drug & alcohol issues, and their families.Our service is internationally recognised for its innovative clinical programs and integrated models of practice that are client centred, accessible and family inclusive. We are fortunate to enjoy terrific internal relationships and have developed excellent partnerships with the local community that provide for seamless integrated care for our clients.About the RoleAn exciting new position - Mental Health Bed Implementation Project Manager - has been established at Barwon Health to support the implementation of key deliverables from the Royal Commission into Mental Health.You will ideally possess;5 years’ experience as a Mental Health ClinicianHighly developed skills in documentation, portfolio and change managementExperience in process mapping & coordinating and supporting workshops Identifying and building relationships with stakeholdersGood prioritisation skillsHigh level of attention to detailWe are an inclusive team and encourage all interested Registered Psychiatric Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Social Workers and Psychologists to apply!What we offerRelocation packages and assistance Flexible working arrangementsProfessional DevelopmentAccess to employee wellness facilityAttractive salary packaging benefits!Living Expenses capped at $9,010 and includes repayments on mortgages, credit cards, personal loans and rental paymentsMeal Entertainment & Accommodation capped at $2,650 and includes food and drink consumed in a social or entertainment settings and some accommodation expenditureDiversity and InclusionAt Barwon Health we are committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce where we value each person’s uniqueness. We embrace diverse life experiences and the perspectives of our people, whilst providing high-quality health care to all members of our community, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, religion, cultural background, disability, or sexual orientation.If we can assist you with any reasonable adjustments in order to submit your application for this role, please contact the Mental Health Recruitment team via email at firstname.lastname@example.org noting your preferred method of communication and contact details and a member of the team will be in touch.This role must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19 and meet the requirements of the Barwon Health Immunisation Policy. #Victoria
Aspect Personnel, Melbourne, Victoria, AU
The Company: Located in the CBD, in a newly refurbished office, this multidisciplinary consultancy has a strong presence in the Melbourne market across a variety of project sectors. Having grown considerably in the last couple of years, they are in need of additional administrative support. The role:Reporting into the Office Manager, you will take responsibility for a broad range of tasks, supporting both the office operations and the team of Engineers. For a motivated individual seeking grow and development, there is potential for additional responsibilities to further contribute to this successful business. Tasks will include: Set up project information and maintain project data Produce fee proposals, letters and correspondence Maintain office supplies Manage access cards Book conferences and seminars for staff Set up meetings and coordinate catering bookings Data entry into various systems Potential to support marketing tasks - CVs, project sheets etc This role will suit someone with a friendly, positive personality who can quickly build relationships across all levels of staff. Whilst full time hours is preferred, flexibility is possible for the right person. But at least 4 days is needed. Once restrictions are lifted in Melbourne, it is expected this person will be office-based. To be considered for this role, please send your resume via the link.For a list of our other vacancies, please visit our website www.aspectpersonnel.com.au
Plenty Valley Christian College, DOREEN
REPORTING TO: Business ManagerAPPOINTMENT: Part time, 4 days per weekCLASSIFICATION: PVCC Enterprise Agreement 2020About the collegePlenty Valley Christian College is a Kinder to Year 12, coeducational Christian College of approximately 820 students. We are one College with four sub-schools, Kindergarten, Primary Years, Middle Years and Senior Years.The College is set in a beautiful rural area with spectacular views to the ranges. Plenty Valley is committed to developing high quality effective Christian education and is an active member of a national network of Christian schools in Australia known as Christian Education National. We are committed to the establishment of a close partnership with parents in the education of their children. Our aim is to offer quality education with a fully integrated Christian worldview, develop a strong sense of community amongst the students, parents and staff with every staff member playing a role in the pastoral care of the students. PVCC offers the respected Arrowsmith Program.The Person (Key Selection Criteria)Staff at Plenty Valley are selected on the basis of outstanding professional and personal qualities. Expectations include:a commitment to a relationship of faith and obedience to God that is lived out in both personal and communal aspects of life. This would be evidenced by a clear understanding and acceptance of the deity and redemptive work of Christ for them personally, ongoing commitment to living out a Christian lifestyle as described in the College statement of faith, commitment to private and corporate worship, prayer and Bible study and regular involvement with a Christian church community or fellowship group.the ability to model the values and character qualities of biblical Christianity within the school communitya demonstration of high standards of personal presentation, organisation, communication with other staff and parents, and in respecting the ethos and protocols of the Collegea clear sense of calling and desire to work within a Christian Environmentdemonstrated customer focus attributes, including the ability to respond promptly and courteously to a diverse range of service needs in a courteous mannerstrong ability to manage time and prioritise tasks to achieve set outcomes.demonstrated knowledge of computer skills, including basic Windows, Microsoft Office, internet and emailadvanced capability in the operation and use of office equipmentcompliance with the College’s Child Safe Policies and Staff Code of Conduct (available on the College website)current working with children check is mandatory.The PositionPosition ObjectivesTo provide a high standard of service at Plenty Valley Christian College in accordance with College policies and procedures. The position entails all facets of secretarial, administrative, project-based work and practical support for the Business Manager who is a member of the executive team of the College.The Executive Assistant upholds the highest level of integrity and trust. They represent the College and the executive team with self-confidence and discernment and embody dignity and formality.Key Responsibility AreasThe Executive Assistant has direct responsibility to the Business Manager for the oversight and management of relevant technical operations and service interactions as an executive assistant related to their departments.Duties and Responsibilityproactively working in the closest of associations with the Business Manager, coordinating their diary, daily routines and all facets of the organisation of the Business Office.managing workflow and support activities for the Business Manager.managing and actioning incoming and outgoing correspondence of the Business Manager, taking minutes in applicable meetings, collating and preparing reports, making bookings, filing and keeping a managed system for files and notes that can be accessed effectively and efficiently.managing and actioning various projects as delegated by the Business Manager.act as an efficient and effective conduit between the Business Manager the Principal and the Deputy Principal and the Principal’s Assistant, the staff andexhibiting the highest level of judgement to ensure disruptions to the executive team schedules are minimised, whilst meeting the need to maintain their visibility. This includes foreseeing the impact of future activities, anticipating work demands and proactively engaging themselves in the Business Manager’s schedule and taskdeveloping effective working relationships within the College and with external parties.managing the development of positive relations within the College community andreviewing and assessing policies, procedures and work practices, as related to the Business Manager‘s areas of responsibility, to identify opportunities for improvement in effectiveness and efficiency across all areas of the Collegeimplementation of continuous improvement initiatives within the scope of the Executive Assistant’s areas of accountabilityensuring appropriate and efficient use of software including the Microsoft Office suite, student, parent and staff databases, task list programs and file management as determined by the executive from time to timeundertaking other appropriate assignments as required by the Business Manager.operating within the administration team in supporting their overall missionpreparing agendas, action items and acting as minute secretary at required school meetings that fall under the responsibility of the Business Manager, including confidential meetings that may occur from time to timeassisting with the preparation of reports; including but not limited to compiling and editing documents and presentationsassisting the Principal’s Assistant with the preparation of human resource related documents, job postings, collating resumes, recording information and the likeassisting with events that are hosted by one or more of the Executive or the College as required in conjunction with the Executive and Community Relations teamreception to the business office and general office administrationact as backup for first aidassisting other staff as directed by the Business Manager from time to time, such as the Administration Manager, Registrar, Finance Manager and as operational needs arise such as offering practical support on particular events or projectsworking in conjunction with the Principal’s Assistant on relevant tasks that require input from the Business Manager.Other DutiesIt should be noted that this position description, although detailed, is not exhaustive and the Principal and or Executive may, at their discretion, vary the responsibilities of the Executive Assistant as operational situations, consistent with this position, change.Accountability and Extent of AuthorityThe Executive Assistant at PVCC is accountable for:providing courteous and accurate information to parents, students, staff, prospective parents, suppliers and visitors to the Collegepromoting the College to external visitorscarrying out personal assistant tasks in a friendly and accurate mannermaintaining absolute confidentiality and integrity at all times.Skills and KnowledgeDemonstrated Specialist Skills and Knowledgeprevious experience at similar organisationsstrong interpersonal skillsspread sheet / database and Microsoft Office software competencestrong written and verbal communication skills with a high degree of accuracysolutions orientated and the ability to work autonomously and proactively, taking initiative, while maintaining a high level of integrity, confidentiality and diplomacyManagement Skillsexcellent people, communication and leadership skills with dynamic work habitsability to manage time and planning and to organise own work and that of others to achieve set and specific objectives in an efficient way and within resources availableInterpersonal Skillsrelate well with students and parentstrustworthy and maintain confidentialityinteract with people on all levels and maintain a high degree of confidentialityQualifications and ExperienceVCE or equivalent qualifications supported by the completion of relevant industry-based training or experiencerelevant qualifications supported by the completion of relevant industry-based training or experienceexposure to a similar environment highly desirablecurrent Working With Children CheckPersonal QualitiesOutstanding organisational skills, planning, analytical and high-order thinking capabilitiesA flexible approach to work and being adept at prioritizing, operating under pressure and managing multiple tasks to meet strict deadlinesThe highest level of loyalty and discretion, and the capacity to maintain the strictest levels of confidentialityPersonal sense of initiative, enthusiasm and high energyOutstanding attention to detail, commitment to customer service and ongoing improvementA resourceful team member who is able to operate in a collaborative and inclusive mannerCompliance responsibilitiesAll staff are required to comply with all policies, procedures, and requirements for:Risk management – report identified hazards that may pose a risk to employees or the public, and/or may give rise to an insurance claim, taking into consideration the risk for safety, security, vandalism, burglary/theft and fire/arson.Occupational health and safety – take reasonable care to protect their own health and safety and the health and safety of others in the workplace – it is a requirement to immediately report any incidents, hazards or near misses to the relevant supervisor and actively participate in hazard elimination where required.Equal opportunity – undertake work and activities in a manner that ensures the workplace is free from harassment, bullying behaviour and discrimination.Code of conduct and dress code – comply with all standards.The terms, conditions and other obligations of your employment are covered under the Plenty Valley Christian College Enterprise Agreement 2020.To Apply for this position: Applications should be emailed using the correct form “Employment Application Form“ located on the College’s website Work With Us - Plenty Valley Christian College - Private Christian School Melbourne (pvcc.vic.edu.au) to email@example.com , or by post to: Personal Assistant, Plenty Valley Christian College, 840 Yan Yean Rd, DOREEN 3754 no later than 5.00 pm Monday 18 October, 2021.Applications will not be considered without the following three items completed. Please submit: 1. Cover letter outlining your suitability for this position addressed to the Principal. 2. Completed Employment Application Form (from the PVCC website).3. Current CV.
The Front Project, Melbourne
Join a creative national enterprise achieving better educational outcomesFixed term contract (9-months), possibility of extensionProvide high level executive and administrative support The OrganisationThe Front Project works collaboratively to improve early education access, experiences and outcomes for children across Australia. They believe improving the quality and equity of our early childhood education system will give all children the opportunity to thrive, regardless of the challenges they face. Beyond this, it will help build a smarter and more successful Australia.Benefits & Culture Immediate fixed term contract (9-months), potential for extension 0.8 or full-time hours Work with creative colleagues who are committed to creating positive change Hybrid WFH model / shared office environment in the CBD High staff engagement levelsThe RoleYou will provide high level executive support to the CEO and Program Director as required, ensuring a seamless flow of communication in a fast paced and fluid environment. You will collaborate with a range of internal and external stakeholders including: board members, senior leaders, early learning and care providers, peak bodies, Federal and State government, educators and researchers. Key aspects of the role include:Administrative support to the CEO, including diary/inbox management and scheduling meetings Process development and improvement Board support, including coordinating reports, meetings, minutes and agendas HR and finance support Ad hoc administration and projects, including staff well-being initiatives, organising travel and assisting the team with events and seminars Skills RequiredYou will have demonstrated experience working as an Executive Assistant supporting at a senior/executive level ideally within the for-purpose sector.You will also be able to demonstrate:Initiative, organisation and time management skills Stakeholder management and relationship-building skills Proven ability to use Microsoft Office at an advanced level Flexibility and resilience in changing and evolving environments Experience in a start-up or workplace that is changing and evolving Salesforce experience advantageous Ideally you will show an interest and understanding towards the Early Childhood Education sector
Eastern Health, Melbourne, Eastern Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Job type: Not provided Organisation: Eastern Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Reference: 25003 Job posted: 08/10/2021 Closes: 05/11/2021 Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: CATHRYN PILCHER - (03) 8413 8489Marianne Weddell - (03) 8413 8750 Reference: 25003 Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Administrative AssistantSpectrum Personality Disorder Service for VictoriaRichmondTemporary Part Time About Eastern Health Eastern Health is one of Melbourne’s largest public health services. We provide a range of emergency, surgical, medical and general healthcare services, including maternity, palliative care, mental health, drug and alcohol, residential care, community health and state-wide specialist services to people and communities that are diverse in culture, age, socio-economic status, population and healthcare needs.About the roleWe are looking for a warm and compassionate individual to contribute to and develop Spectrum's administration team as an administrative assistant. To be successful in this role you should possess:Experience of working in a health reception/administration environment.Demonstrated experience in a quality focussed client service areaExcellent communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to relate to people at all levelsStrong organisational skills and the ability to prioritise multiple projects to meet deadlinesIntermediate computer skills with competence in the use of Microsoft programsDemonstrated ability to work with limited supervisionDemonstrated initiative and ability to follow upCommitment to a proactive approach of improving client service deliveryEastern Health offers a variety of fantastic Employee Benefits, view the extensive range here!The benefits of working for Eastern Health include:Diverse and engaging career opportunitiesFriendly & supportive teamFlexible working hoursSalary packaging optionsCareer progression in our teaching hospitalsPlease refer to the attached position description for further details of the role.What we offerEastern Health offers a variety of fantastic Employee Benefits, view the extensive range here!Diverse and engaging career opportunitiesFriendly & supportive teamFlexible working hoursSalary packaging optionsCareer progression in our teaching hospitalsNext StepsIf you believe you have the ability to make a difference in this rewarding industry, apply today!Please note:All applications must be submitted online via E-MercuryAll appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Fit2Work Check, where preferred candidates will be required to complete a Criminal History Check at the expense of Eastern Health.You must have Australian work rights to apply for this position.Recruitment agency applications will not be accepted.Eastern Health Values: Patients First | Agility | Humility | Respect | Kindness | Excellence
Youth Employment Program - Technical Assistant, Agrivoltaic (Horticulture and Solar) (VPSG1)
Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions, North East Region, Shepparton
Location: North East Region | Shepparton Job type: Full time / Until 30 June 2022 Organisation: Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions Salary: $49,969 - $53,045 Occupation: Agriculture/Primary Industry Reference: VG/1548487A Job posted: 11/10/2021 Closes: 25/10/2021 Occupation: Agriculture/Primary Industry Classification: VPSG1 Job duration: Until 30 June 2022 Contact: Bruce Gill | firstname.lastname@example.org Reference: VG/1548487A Occupation: Agriculture/Primary Industry Salary Range: $49,969 - $53,045 Work location: North East Region | Shepparton The Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions (DJPR) was established to ensure Victoria's strong economic performance by growing industries and regions. Here at DJPR, we're making sure Victoria's economy benefits all Victorians by creating more jobs for more people, building thriving places and regions and nurturing inclusive communities.Our work supports six ministers, spans 10 portfolios and operates across metropolitan, regional and international offices. We also oversee various public entities, including public corporations, regulatory authorities and specialist boards. The Department strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and offers reasonable adjustments for applicants with disabilities. Our values are accountability, integrity and respect, and underpin everything we do. The Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions (DJPR) was established to ensure Victoria's strong economic performance by growing industries and regions. Here at DJPR, we're making sure Victoria's economy benefits all Victorians by creating more jobs for more people, building thriving places and regions and nurturing inclusive communities.Our work supports six ministers, spans 10 portfolios and operates across metropolitan, regional and international offices. We also oversee various public entities, including public corporations, regulatory authorities and specialist boards. The Department strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and offers reasonable adjustments for applicants with disabilities. Our values are accountability, integrity and respect, and underpin everything we do. The Technical Assistant, Agrivoltaic (Horticulture/Solar Energy) role is a new role within Agriculture Victoria and is part of the Working for Victoria Youth Employment Program, an initiative providing job opportunities in the Victorian Public Service to unemployed young people.To be eligible for this program, you must meet the following criteria: Be between the ages of 17 and 29 at the time of your application; Be unemployed or working less than 12 hours per week; and Be eligible to be employed by the Victorian Government.The Agriculture Victoria Research Branch represents DJPR's agricultural research and development function. The Agriculture Research Branch provides a discipline-based science and technology delivery function in the following areas: a) Genomics and Cellular Sciences; b) Microbial Sciences, Pests and Diseases; c) Plant Sciences; d) Plant Production Sciences; e) Animal Production Sciences; and f) Agriculture Resources Sciences.The Orchard Agrivoltaics project at Tatura SmartFarm, research is being undertaken that integrates solar energy generation with commercial horticultural production. This project is investigating the integration of solar panels within an orchard to produce energy and to improve fruit quality by protecting trees and fruit from exposure to direct sunlight during extreme heat . A further component of this project is to investigate potential plant and livestock production systems that could successfully co-exist with solar farms in northern Victoria. The Agrivoltaic (Horticulture / Solar energy) YEP position will provide practical support for this research and a range of horticulture (orchard) activities on the Tatura SmartFarm. The Tatura SmartFarm develops, tests and demonstrates the latest in agricultural technologies and science for the Horticulture industry. The Smartfarm has a range of orchards including pears, apples, stonefruit and almonds with the latest irrigation and digital agriculture technology. The Tatura SmartFarm regularly hosts visits, field days and student training for industry and the community.Role SummaryThe purpose of this role is to assist with the maintenance of the Orchard Agrivoltaic experiment orchards as well as irrigation and digital agriculture (sensing) technologies. The position will help the SmartFarm Project Officer prepare for industry visits, major events and student training days. The person in this position will report to the Senior Research Scientist at the Tatura SmartFarm and interact closely with technical staff and scientists daily.The successful applicant will work effectively as a member of a dynamic team, will have an interest in renewable energy, digital technology and horticulture production systems, a desire to learn and develop new skills and enjoy a diverse work program including in the field, technology laboratories and office.Key AccountabilitiesHelp the Orchard Agrivoltaics research project team by undertaking duties as directed.Under supervision help monitor, measure and maintain the horticulture solar energy projects at Tatura and other regional sites.Following training and as part of a team undertake experimental orchard operations including tree training and pruning, fruit picking, irrigation and general maintenance to keep Tatura SmartFarm neat and tidy.Learn how to operate and maintain orchard equipment and digital agriculture devices in a safe manner as outlined in standard operating procedures and as demonstrated during training.Communicate with the Orchard Agrivoltaics research project team and broader team in a timely and clear manner.Key Selection CriteriaInterest in learning about renewable energy generation, horticulture, technology and orchard production systems.Aptitude and some experience with digital technologies for example computers, and willing to learn about sensors and solar energy equipment.Good organisation and planning skills and proven ability to follow instructions.Ability to effectively communicate both verbally and in written formats.Demonstrated ability to work well with others, including collaborating and sharing information, and showing consideration, concern and respect for othersFor further information about the role, please contact please contact Dr Bruce Gill (email@example.com).Applications close midnight 25 October 2021.
STL3 Project Officer, Standards and Assessment
I WORK FOR SA, HINDMARSH
The Project Officer, Standards and Assessment works as part of ateam to provide state-wide leadership and expertise in evidencebased, high quality practice in assessing student performanceagainst the Australian Curriculum achievement standards and theassigning of A-E grades using effective moderation practices. TheProject Officer, Standards and Assessment supports schoolsstate-wide to develop robust, contemporary standards and assessmentpractice which supports accelerated curriculum achievement for alllearners.QualificationsEssential - Current fullteacher registration.Desirable – Relevant post graduate qualifications.Special ConditionsThesuccessful applicant is required to gain a Department for HumanServices (DHS) working with children check (WWCC) prior to beingemployed which is required to be renewed every five years beforeexpiry.The incumbent will be required to undertake RRHAN –EC(Responding to Risks of Harm, Abuse and Neglect -Education Care) Facilitator Lead (Masterclass) extendedcourse or the online (Fundamentals) course which will be requiredto be updated every three years. For all other Special Conditions please refer to the RoleDescription.RequirementsApplicants are required to submit a CV, the Application CoverSheet, Employment Declaration, and a written statement of no morethan 1500 words. Written statements should address the keyselection criteria outlined in the Role Description. Applicantsshould include the name, address and contact number of three (3)referees, one being your current line manager.RemunerationSTL3: $130,927 paEnquiriesMeridie HowleyAssistant Director, Curriculum Policy & StandardsTelephone: 0447 849 603Email: Meridie.Howley2@sa.gov.auAdditional Notes:This is a full-time (1.0 FTE) vacancy, commencing asap until 23January 2024.
Year 9 Administration Assistant
Donvale Christian College, Donvale
Position: Year 9 Administration AssistantAccountable to: Assistant Principal – Head of SecondaryMajor Relationships: Head of Year 9 PA to Head of Secondary Office ManagerTime Fraction: Full time. 8:00am – 4:00pm on Teaching staff days.To commence 21 January 2022.Application Information: Applicants are invited to provide a concise curriculum vitae including personal details, church involvement, career experience, academic attainments and addressing the criteria listed in this Position Description under Essential Duties and Responsibilities. Three referees are required to be listed, including one church reference demonstrating an active faith.Applications which will be received as advertised until Friday, 29 October 2021 and should be marked ‘Year 9 Administration Assistant’ and sent via email to: firstname.lastname@example.orgPlease note that the College does not accept unsolicited agency approaches. We expect candidates to apply directly. Donvale Christian College: Donvale Christian College is located in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne having opened in 1975. The current enrolment is over 1600 students from Prep to Year 12 and the total number of employees is approximately 200.Donvale Christian College is governed, as provided for in its Constitution, by the College Board. The Board are elected by the members of the College. The full range of Christian denominations is represented in the parent body of the College. There is no position on the Board elected or appointed by any single church community. The Board is totally elected by the membership of Donvale Christian College Ltd. The Principal is appointed by the Board and together they appoint staff.Because members of the Donvale Christian College community come from many different Christian faith traditions, and to ensure a sense of harmony between home and School, the College has adopted a Statement of Faith based on a Christian worldview. All parents and Staff are specifically asked if their faith commitment is echoed in the words of this Statement of Faith and they are requested to indicate agreement when applying for the enrolment of their children or employment at the College.Staff members are expected to actively support the Christian aims of the College. Membership of a Bible based worship community is one of the criteria that has to be satisfied to successfully gain employment.The College is committed to promoting and protecting the interests and safety of children. We have zero tolerance for child abuse. Everyone working at the College is responsible for the care and protection of children. All potential employees and volunteers will be required to comply with the College’s Child Safety Code of Conduct and the College’s Child Protection and Safety Policy. Applicants are required to provide a valid Working With Children Check/VIT and will be subject to background checking in accordance with this policy.Role DescriptionAs part of the DCC community, the role of the Year 9 administration assistant is to provide quality and efficient administration support to the Year 9 department at the Hall Road Campus. The core business of Donvale Christian College is to be a biblically directed learning community. Everyone and everything in this community serves this purpose. Each person in the College community has been gifted by God to make his or her contribution to the learning and teaching for which God has brought the College into being. College requirementsAll staff are required to:Perform their responsibilities in a manner which reflects the College’s mission, objectives and philosophy. In particular, staff are expected to role model an active Christian faith that will be demonstrated in part by an active involvement in the wider Christian Church.Be Christian role models and examples to all people associated with the College.Participate in leading College devotions that involve staff and students and attendance at the staff retreat.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Provide reception and administrative support to the effective running of all Year 9 events as required, including preparing communications, student information, booking venues and buses.Assist in communication with Year 9 families.Follow up on weekly Attendance reports and communicate absences along with maintaining log of students with detentions.Support with NAPLAN.Monitor and update Year 9 budget including purchase orders and invoices.Provide student support including overseeing late passes, epipen checks, ICT and lockers.Assist with new student induction.Monitor overall stationery needs.First point of contact for any student ICT issues.Maintain contact with Tindals Road Librarian to facilitate a well-functioning library space, including lending books.Liaise with Maintenance for all Hall Rd campus maintenance requirements.Be the first point of call for all first aid requirements and administer first aid as required.Support for Food Technology classes.Assist with all Year 9 events including organising catering and set up.Be a member of the College’s Health and Safety Committee as its Hall Rd representative.Liaise and Coordinate with the Risk and Compliance Manager to undertake emergency drills once a term.Undertake other tasks as directed by the Head of Secondary or Head of Year 9. Core Competencies:Strong written and oral communication skills.Ability to work autonomously.Excellent organisational skills.Ability to manage multiple tasks and projects effectively.Warm and welcoming personality and ability to relate to staff, students and parents.Show initiative and ability to develop administrative systems.Ability to focus on tasks and provide attention to detail.Desirable Qualifications/Experience:Previous administration experience is essentialWorking with Children Check is essentialFirst Aid qualification (HLTAID006)College ExpectationsAll staff are expected to:Perform their responsibilities in a manner which reflects the College’s mission, objectives and philosophy. In particular, staff are expected to role model an active Christian faith that will be demonstrated in part by an active involvement in the wider Christian Church.Be Christian role models and examples to all people associated with the College.Participate in leading College devotions that involve staff and students and attendance at the staff retreat.Support the College’s guidelines and policies.Implement the programs, teaching practices and other activities as decided by the College.Perform their responsibilities in a manner which reflects and responds to continuous improvement.Contribute to the efficient and effective functioning of their teams in order to meet organisational objectives. This includes demonstrating appropriate and professional workplace behaviours, providing assistance to team members if required and undertaking other key responsibilities or activities as directed by one’s supervisor.Perform their responsibilities in a manner which reflects the College’s zero tolerance for child abuse and in accordance with the College’s Child Safety policies.Familiarise themselves and comply with the relevant College policies including Occupational Health and Safety.Applications to include: Applications which will be received as advertised until Friday, 29 October 2021 and should be marked ‘Year 9 Administration Assistant’ sent via email to: email@example.comIncluding a covering letterProvide a concise curriculum vitae including personal details, church involvement, career experience and academic attainments.Three referees are required to be listed, – included in the three is to be one church reference demonstrating an active faith.The College reserves the right to interview candidates prior to the advertisement closing date. If you are successful in obtaining an interview you will be contacted by telephone. If your application is not successful, you will be notified by email.
Executive Assistant to CEO - Remote / Work from Home
One Small Step, Melbourne
Job descriptionJob Type: Casual (or contract for service if you have an established EA business or work as a sole trader)Hours: 5-10 hours a weekLocation: Remote is welcome. The team is Melbourne & Sydney basedStart date: As soon as possibleSalary: Hourly rate is negotiable based on your previous experienceWhat is One Small Step?One Small Step is a profit-for-purpose climate tech startup based in Melbourne, Australia. Our mission is to use behavioural science to help millions of people reduce their carbon footprints and adopt an environmentally sustainable lifestyle. To keep global warming under 2 degrees, we know people with high personal carbon footprints must make changes to their diets, modes of transport and energy, and reduce their overall resource consumption. Our direct-to-consumer mobile application uses behavioural science to help solve this problem. The free One Small Step app is like a fitness-style environmental sustainability coach, making it easy and rewarding for users to rapidly reduce their carbon footprints through lifestyle changes. The app has already been featured by Apple as its App of the Day, with 30,000 downloads, low user acquisition costs and competitive retention. We have an ambitious vision to build a global user base as big as FitBit’s with a commensurate impact on global carbon emissions. Our focus now is on rapidly scaling our active user base, using evidence-based lean experiments across our entire funnel to deliver real value to our users, with a planned launch in the US by the end of this year. Backed by prominent Australian impact investors, One Small Step is at an exciting post-seed stage where we now have the resources, capability, support, and product quality to achieve something truly ground-breaking.About the job:This role is for a virtual assistant to support the CEO of One Small Step, Lily Dempster, with about 50% of the role involving managing her inbox and appointments, and the other 50% on miscellaneous business administration tasks and operations.This job is all about supporting the CEO. This means if you're interested in mission-driven entrepreneurship, business development, investor relations, startups, environmental sustainability, behavioural design, software development or digital community building, you will get exposure to a large array of learning opportunities, people and insights by virtue of this position. For a person who performs excellently in the role, there will likely be opportunities for significant career advancement within the business in the next 12 months.This job is ideal if you are an EA who already manages multiple clients or if you are a highly conscientious and supportive person in need of up to 10 hours of additional work each week, which you can complete autonomously in your own time, for example a stay-at-home parent or current graduate student (but whatever phase or stage of life you're in, you are warmly encouraged to apply).Job Description:Processing the CEO’s inbox and responding to emails on her behalfScheduling CEO meetings and appointmentsAssisting the CEO with contact relationship management, following up with people via email, and responding to requests from external stakeholdersManaging a wide variety of business administration tasks that the CEO delegates, for example purchasing or cancelling third party cloud subscriptions, calling the bank, filling out online forms, researching and reporting on various topicsFrom time-to-time:Proof reading and copywriting for a wide array of communications materialsAssisting with personal tasks like booking personal appointments, flights, accommodationSkills required:You can operate comfortably and consistently at the level of an Executive Assistant, as set out in this article: David Finkel, The 4 Kinds of Personal Assistant, Inc.comYou enjoy being highly organisedIntelligent and conscientiousDemonstrated strong written communication skills (this should include copywriting and professional experience doing any of the following: drafting formal correspondence, blog posts, media releases, research reports or customer service email pro forma)You identify inefficient processes and then design, create, and improve systems to increase efficiency, automate tasks where possible to reduce costs and speed up task completionsPracticed in the use of online task management systems like AsanaYou are highly efficient and work quicklyYou take initiative to solve problems and create solutionsYou are a proactive communicatorYou have strong interpersonal skills, good judgment and high emotional intelligenceYou care about environmental sustainability and are interested in climate change mitigation.Desired but not essential:Experience in a customer service role2 years+ experience working as an executive assistant, executive officer, office manager or equivalent - helping an executive staff member manage their inbox, meetings, appointments and daily scheduleExperience working in a startup1+ years of experience working in project managementExperience using eDM and mail merge tools (list segmentation, tags, email A/B tests & templates).You should still apply if you feel you meet some, but not all, of these criteria. Applicants of all gender identities and culturally and linguistically diverse applicants are encouraged to apply.A position description is attached.
Client Side Project Manager - Construction / Refurbishment
Job descriptionConstruction - RefurbishmentJoin a rapidly growing not-for-profit organisation committed to social justiceCompetitive remuneration PackageAccess to Salary Packaging benefitsGenerous motor vehicle allowance in addition to base rate of payWintringham promotes ongoing training and professional excellenceFull Time – Fixed Term (ending 4/11/22)Based in Ascot Vale (VIC) – Currently working remotely due to COVID-19 Who are we?Wintringham is a not-for-profit organisation providing an extensive range of aged care, housing and related support services to men and women aged 50-plus who have been homeless or at risk of homelessness. We employ over 830 staff and operate from multiple sites across Melbourne, regional Victoria and Tasmania. Wintringham aims to provide residents with the ability to maintain their chosen lifestyles, traditions and activities and to be as independent as they choose to be.Your new roleDue to recent funding success, an opportunity exists for a motivated and experienced Client Side Project Manager (Construction) to join our tight-knit Property Services Team on a Full Time – Fixed Term basis ending 4th November 2022. Reporting to the Property Services Manager, you will oversee and coordinate the refurbishment program to rejuvenate nominated assets & spaces at a number of our Melbourne based Aged Care sites.You will play a leading role in all aspects of Project Management, including the development of the client brief(s), appoint & manage the design team including their deliverables, assist with procurement, pre, during & post construction.Your duties and responsibilities will also include (but are not limited to):Providing technical, design and project management assistance at the direction of the Asset & Property Services ManagerIndependently managing upgrade / construction projects in accordance with industry established best practiceTaking the lead project management role in any internally managed/contracted construction projects, including acting as contract superintendentProviding expert project management & project delivery advice / outcomes on projects to be undertaken by the organisationEngage in positive health & safety outcomesAbout youYou hold a tertiary or post-graduate qualification in construction management, project management (Construction), or building surveyingProven experience with providing solid technical, design, project management and project delivery adviceWell-developed organisational skills with the ability to prioritise duties, work independently and flexibly and meet demanding timelinesAbility to liaise and manage stakeholders relationshipsExcellent written and verbal communication skills A commitment to continuous improvementA commitment to social justiceA current drivers licence (mandatory)Wintringham’s response to COVID-19Client and staff safety is paramount to us at Wintringham. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we have and will continue to ensure that our staff are supplied with the resources they need to guarantee they are working in a safe and risk-averse environment. For our office-based staff, we have put in flexible Work From Home arrangements in accordance with the advice from the Department of Health & Chief Health Officer. We have strict COVID-19 policies and procedures to ensure that our staff as well as our clients are kept safe.How to ApplyFor more information about the role, please download a copy of the Position Description attached below. Enquiries can be made to Ian Martin (Property Services & Asset Manager) at Head Office on 0409 229 625.To apply for this position, click "Apply Now" to be redirected to our website. Applications can be addressed to Ian Martin (Property Services & Asset Manager) and should include your CV and Cover Letter in PDF format.Successful applicants will be required to undergo a NDIS Screening Check and Police Records check. Refusal to provide your information to both of these parties will prevent Wintringham from being able to continue with your application.Applicants who have lived in a country other than Australia for a period longer than 12 months in the last 10 years may be required to undergo an International Police Check.Applicants must be willing to undertake, and show evidence of, an influenza vaccination within the 2021 calendar year in order to be considered for this role. The federal government has mandated the COVID-19 vaccine for all essential workers unless a medical exemption applies. Successful candidates will be required to show evidence of a first dose COVID-19 vaccination if commencing employment after 15th October 2021, and full vaccination if commencing employment after 26th November 2021.Wintringham is an Equal Opportunity employer. Everyone has a right to feel welcome, respected and valued. The safety of all older people is paramount; we have zero tolerance for family violence including elder abuse.Wintringham proudly acknowledges Australia’s First Peoples as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of Country. We pay respect to all Aboriginal Elders past, present and emerging.Inclusion makes our community and Wintringham stronger.A position description is attached.
Administrative Assistant to Principal - Ed Support Level 1-Range 2
Schools (Government), Melbourne, Southern Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Southern Metropolitan Job type: Full time / From 13/10/2021 - 17/12/2021 Organisation: Schools (Government) Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Reference: 1244967 Job posted: 13/10/2021 Closes: 26/10/2021 Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Classification: Job duration: From 13/10/2021 - 17/12/2021 Contact: Leanne Armao | (03) 9798-4764 Reference: 1244967 Occupation: Administration/Secretarial Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne | Southern Metropolitan Selection CriteriaC1. Proven capacity to oversee the School Principals calendar of appointments and effectively manage administrative tasks associated the office of Principal.C2. High level verbal and written communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to liaise effectively with all members of the school community.C3. Demonstrated ability to work autonomously and with initiative, prioritising and managing competing work demands in a timely manner.C4. To be able to act professionally and ethically at all times, particularly when dealing with matters of a sensitive and confidential nature.C5. To be computer literate and proficient in the use of the Microsoft Office suite of programs.RolePosition DescriptionReporting directly to the School Principal, the Executive Assistant provides executive support in a one-on-one working relationship. The Executive Assistant serves as the primary point of contact for members of the School community on matters pertaining to the position of School Principal and serves as his / liaison to the School Council.The Executive Assistant will:Have the ability to exercise good judgement in a variety of situations.Demonstrate strong written and verbal communication, administrative, and organisational skills.Be able to maintain realistic balance among multiple priorities.Have the ability to work independently on projects, from conception to completion.Be able to work under pressure at times to handle a wide variety of activities and confidential matters with discretion.Performs and/or supervises tasks that are carried out in accordance with guidelines, accepted practice and school policy. This may include the supervision and coordination of other education support class staff within the work area or educational program. Supervision and coordination would be limited to ensuring routine tasks are performed to required standards. Input into identifying training needs and development of education support class staff within the work area or educational program becomes an important feature at range 2.Specialised support to achieve specific outcomes is a feature of range 2. Typically this will involve accountability for a single function, (e.g. ensuring data is properly maintained) or the operation of a work area (e.g. managing the day to day operation of a school office) under the direction of the principal or another senior manager.Provides support to teachers and students that is beyond the routine support provided at education support class Level 1, range 1. Within an educational program assists teachers with the coordination of the support function, such as directing/organising the work of other support staff or providing a specialist support role. Undertakes medical intervention support tasks or other specialised student/teacher support roles that require specific training that must be updated from time to time. The role is for a specific purpose for which there will be direct accountability as opposed to support roles that are carried out by a range of staff performing routine tasks under direction.Performs technical tasks that require a sound knowledge of basic technical and/or scientific principles that are used to develop and adapt work methods and make judgements where there are clear guidelines and limited options. Routine technical support in libraries, science and information technology laboratories would be typical examples.An education support class position supports the educational services being provided to students, but must not include duties of teaching as defined in clause 2.6.1 of the Education and Training Reform Act 2006 (Vic) or its successor. Supervision of students cannot be required except where it is an integral part of the employee's position or involves supervision of students individually or in small groups, in controlled circumstances, where the responsibility for students remains clearly with a teacher.ResponsibilitiesTo provide administrative and logistical support in the preparation of all materials and documentation needed by the School Principal in addressing his/her responsibilities. In addition to this the role involves completing a broad variety of administrative tasks for the School Principal including (but not limited to):Managing the School Principals calendar of appointments to keep him/her well informed of upcoming commitments and responsibilities, following up appropriately.Composing and preparing correspondence that is sometimes confidential.Communicating directly, and on behalf of the School Principal with members of the school community.Researching and following up on incoming issues and concerns addressed to theSchool Principal, including those of a sensitive or confidential nature.Participates as an adjunct member of the School Council including attending all meetings and preparing necessary documentation. Other responsibilitiesThese will be defined each year in the Executive Assistants Performance and Development Plan.Who May ApplyIndividuals with the aptitude, experience and/or qualifications to fulfill the specific requirements of the position.EEO AND OHS CommitmentThe Department values diversity and is committed to workforce diversity and equal opportunity in schools and all education workplaces. The Department recognises that the provision of family friendly, supportive, safe and harassment free workplaces is essential to high performance and promotes flexible work, diversity and safety across all schools and Department workplaces.Child Safe StandardsVictorian government schools are child safe environments. Our schools actively promote the safety and wellbeing of all students, and all school staff are committed to protecting students from abuse or harm in the school environment, in accordance with their legal obligations including child safe standards. All schools have a Child Safety Code of Conduct consistent with the Department’s exemplar available at http://www.education.vic.gov.au/about/programs/health/protect/Pages/childsafestandards.aspxDET ValuesThe Department’s employees commit to upholding DET’s Values: Responsiveness, Integrity, Impartiality, Accountability, Respect, Leadership and Human Rights. DET’s Values complement each school’s own values and underpin the behaviours the community expects of Victorian public sector employees, including those who work in Victorian Government Schools. Information on the DET values is available at http://www.education.vic.gov.au/hrweb/workm/Pages/Public-Sector-Values.aspxOther InformationWork experience and skillsEssential experiencePrevious Office Administration roles.Preparation of documents that may include high level professional or technical language.Excellent interpersonal skills as part of a team as well as working individually.Proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel and Power Point), Adobe Acrobat and Social Media web platforms.Personal qualities and behavioural traitsEssential qualities or behavioursEmotional maturity.Meticulous personal presentation and communication skills.Highly resourceful team-player, with the ability to also be extremely effective independently.The ability to connect with personnel on any level and contribute to overall planning and facilitation of programs and activities.To be able to work independently and flexibly.Desirable qualities or behavioursThe ability to understand local and global matters relevant to the Schools context.RelationshipsThis position will be guided by the School Principal with ongoing support and supervision.Customer relations, community organisation and personnel liaison with all staff, including parent and students.Conditions of EmploymentAll staff employed by the Department and schools have access to a broad range of employment conditions and working arrangements.Appointment of successful applicants will be made subject to a satisfactory pre-employment conditions check.A probationary period may apply during the first year of employment and induction and support programs provided.Detailed information on all terms and conditions of employment is available on the Department's Human Resources website at http://www.education.vic.gov.au/hrweb/Pages/default.aspxLocation ProfileKeysborough Primary School is a government school located in the south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne within the City of Greater Dandenong. Our school buildings have excellent facilities and an environment designed to support high quality teaching and learning. Keysborough Primary School has an enrolment of approximately 415 students, and employs 57 equivalent full time staff: 2 Principal class, 31 teachers and 24 Education Support staff. English is a second language for a high proportion of our students. Our vision is for all students to have the knowledge, understanding, skills and attitudes to achieve their personal best. We are committed to providing a learning environment that engages and supports all students and we are united and passionate about our core objective to improve learning outcomes for all. There is a shared belief that everyone is capable of successful learning, and that caring relationships, high expectations, quality teaching and a safe, supportive environment are key factors in successful learning. There is a focus on making sure students enjoy school and look forward to the opportunities our school provides. Our current priorities are ensuring all students have high Numeracy and Literacy skills, building staff capacity to meet the needs of all learners, and strengthening school-family partnerships. There is a continued emphasis on the development of personal learning and thinking skills and a whole school commitment to the Visual and Performing Arts for the positive effect they have on students’ development. The school has a well-equipped Performing Arts Centre, a gymnasium, extensive grounds, and a range of specialist programs including The Arts, Engage with Asia, Physical Education and French. ICT enhances and enriches learning across the curriculum. A comprehensive range of additional programs support student learning and wellbeing. Keysborough Primary School’s motto is TLC - Teaching, Learning, Caring; and our key values are Integrity, Creativity, Commitment and Teamwork. The motto reflects our core business and the values underpin all our actions and behaviours.**** Important information for applicants ****Applications MUST address the specified selection criteria. A limit of one page of standard 12 point text is suggested for each selection criterion.Personal and other information should not exceed 2-3 pages.Applicants must make every attempt to lodge applications through Recruitment Online.***Hard copy applications are not required or encouraged.The applicant’s name, contact details and the position number for which they are applying should be clearly displayed on the front page of any attachment.Compressed files such as .zip files are not compatible with the Recruitment Online system.Graphics and artwork are not encouraged and should be kept to a minimum.Multiple attachments should not be used. Cover letters, references and other items, if included, should be incorporated into the one application attachment.The names and contact details including mobile phone of up to three referees must be provided with the application.Applicants are strongly advised to visit our website www.keysboroughps.vic.edu.au to find out more about our school Should you have further queries in regard to the position, please contact:Principal Leanne Armao:Phone: 03 97984764
ICT Administration Assistant
Donvale Christian College, Donvale
Position: ICT Administration AssistantAccountable to: Head of Business Systems and ICTMajor Relationships: ICT Operations Manager Administration Staff Time Fraction: Full-time. 8:00am – 4:00pm, 5 weeks annual leave 12 months fixed term contract (maternity leave replacement) To commence 16 December 2021 (or early January 2022 by agreement)Application Information: Applicants are invited to provide a concise curriculum vitae including personal details, church involvement, career experience, academic attainments and addressing the criteria listed in this Position Description under Essential Duties and Responsibilities. Three referees are required to be listed, including one church reference demonstrating an active faith.Applications which will be received as advertised until 2 November 2021 and should be marked ‘ICT Administration Assistant’ and sent via email to: firstname.lastname@example.orgPlease note that the College does not accept unsolicited agency approaches. We expect candidates to apply directly. Donvale Christian College: Donvale Christian College is located in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne having opened in 1975. The current enrolment is over 1600 students from Prep to Year 12 and the total number of employees is approximately 200.Donvale Christian College is governed, as provided for in its Constitution, by the College Board. The Board are elected by the members of the College. The full range of Christian denominations is represented in the parent body of the College. There is no position on the Board elected or appointed by any single church community. The Board is totally elected by the membership of Donvale Christian College Ltd. The Principal is appointed by the Board and together they appoint staff.Because members of the Donvale Christian College community come from many different Christian faith traditions, and to ensure a sense of harmony between home and School, the College has adopted a Statement of Faith based on a Christian worldview. All parents and Staff are specifically asked if their faith commitment is echoed in the words of this Statement of Faith and they are requested to indicate agreement when applying for the enrolment of their children or employment at the College.Staff members are expected to actively support the Christian aims of the College. Membership of a Bible based worship community is one of the criteria that has to be satisfied to successfully gain employment.The College is committed to promoting and protecting the interests and safety of children. We have zero tolerance for child abuse. Everyone working at the College is responsible for the care and protection of children. All potential employees and volunteers will be required to comply with the College’s Child Safety Code of Conduct and the College’s Child Protection and Safety Policy. Applicants are required to provide a valid Working With Children Check/VIT and will be subject to background checking in accordance with this policy.Role DescriptionAs part of the DCC community, the role of the Student Support Administration Assistant is to provide quality and efficient administration support to the ICT department and the Head of Business Systems and ICT. The core business of Donvale Christian College is to be a biblically directed learning community. Everyone and everything in this community serves this purpose. Each person in the College community has been gifted by God to make his or her contribution to the learning and teaching for which God has brought the College into being. College requirementsAll staff are required to:Perform their responsibilities in a manner which reflects the College’s mission, objectives and philosophy. In particular, staff are expected to role model an active Christian faith that will be demonstrated in part by an active involvement in the wider Christian Church.Be Christian role models and examples to all people associated with the College.Participate in leading College devotions that involve staff and students and attendance at the staff retreat.Essential Duties and ResponsibilitiesAdministrative supportGeneral organisation of the ICT Office.Coordinate mail and deliveries.Manage ID cards for College staff and students.Book and facilitate appointments and meetings.Record and track ICT agreements and contracts.Coordinate ICT communications with staff, students, or parents.ICT asset managementAsset tracking and lifecycle management.Stock management.Coordination of device repairs and replacements.Purchase new assets and devices. Budget supportGenerate purchase orders.Reconcile department credit cards.Manage department petty cash.Process invoices.Other purchases as needed.Service desk supportTriage incoming ICT tickets.Perform regular checks and tasks.Proof and manage knowledgebase articles.Project and business improvement supportAdministrative support for ICT and business changes or projects.Develop and proof-read business documents.Attend and take minutes at meetings.Administrative support to the Head of Business Systems and ICT. OtherMaintain documentation and record keeping.Follow and proactively contribute to the policies and procedures of the ICT Department.Stay up to date with changes to the College ICT environment and keep an interest in wider developments of technology in education.Proactively work with the wider Technology Department team, contributing to the delivery of the ICT Plan.Undertake other activities or tasks as directed. Core Competencies:High-level of self-organisation and time management skills.Able to work proactively and independently.Excellent written and verbal communication skills.Proficient at document writing and record keeping.Flexible and resilient during high-pressure situations.Work well with others and as part of a team.A passion for learning and professional development.Desirable Qualifications/Experience:Experience in customer service or administrative support is essential.Experience working as part of an IT service desk is highly desirable.Experience and knowledge in IT is desirable.Working with Children Check is essential.Driver’s licence is essential.College ExpectationsAll staff are expected to:Perform their responsibilities in a manner which reflects the College’s mission, objectives and philosophy. In particular, staff are expected to role model an active Christian faith that will be demonstrated in part by an active involvement in the wider Christian Church.Be Christian role models and examples to all people associated with the CollegeParticipate in leading College devotions that involve staff and students and attendance at the staff retreatSupport the College’s guidelines and policiesImplement the programs, teaching practices and other activities as decided by the CollegePerform their responsibilities in a manner which reflects and responds to continuous improvementContribute to the efficient and effective functioning of their teams to meet organisational objectives. This includes demonstrating appropriate and professional workplace behaviours, provide assistance to team members if required and undertaking other key responsibilities or activities as directed by one’s supervisorPerform their responsibilities in a manner which reflects the College’s zero tolerance for child abuse and in accordance with the College’s Child Safety policies.Familiarise themselves and comply with the relevant College policies including Occupational Health and Safety. Applications to include: Applications which will be received as advertised until 2 November 2021 and should be marked ‘ICT Administration Assistant’ sent via email to: email@example.comIncluding a covering letterProvide a concise curriculum vitae including personal details, church involvement, career experience and academic attainments.Three referees are required to be listed, – included in the three is to be one church reference demonstrating an active faith.
Assistant Manager, Diverse Communities - Office of the eSafety Commissioner
Australian Communications Media Authority, Melbourne
Job descriptionWe are seeking a highly organised, motivated team player who has a high level of cultural competency and experience in communicating and engaging sensitively with First Nations peoples.Our ideal candidate will have experience developing and delivering social programs, including effective planning and project management, building partnerships with internal and external stakeholders, leading the development of evidence-based content for diverse audiences, and program evaluation. You will have an understanding of how technology can be misused to cause harm and an interest in online safety issues facing Australians.You will also have a high level of personal drive and ability to work collaboratively and lead others to achieve shared goals. You will have a flexible mindset and be adept at identifying and weighing potential solutions to problems as they arise.The key duties of the position include:This position will play a critical role in the identification, ongoing development, implementation and evaluation of targeted programs to at risk communities. In particular, initiatives to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.You will have a strong understanding of, and experience in, stakeholder engagement, project management and a keen understanding of challenges and issues facing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities who are more at risk of online harms. Under the program, eSafety works in partnership to codesign, develop and roll out culturally appropriate resources that meet the specific needs of identified communities.This role will work across the Education, Prevention and Inclusion Branch to ensure eSafety content and messaging for is consistent and draws on related initiatives where appropriate.NOTE: This role was previously advertised with job reference number A210164. Previous applicants will be considered and do not need to reapply.EligibilityTo be eligible for employment with eSafety, applicants must be an Australian citizen.Successful candidates must be able to obtain and maintain a Baseline security clearance or hold a current security clearance of an appropriate level. More information on the security clearance vetting process is available on the Australian Government Security Vetting Agency (AGSVA) website .You must also have a current Working with Children check (or equivalent) or be willing to obtain one.NotesSuitable candidates may be placed in a merit pool from this selection process and the pool may be used to fill similar ongoing or non-ongoing roles. Non-ongoing vacancies filled from a merit pool may be offered as a specified term. Applicants may have their application and assessment results shared with other Australian Public Service (APS) agencies looking to fill similar roles.Indigenous job seekers are encouraged to apply for this vacancy. If the job is 'Identified', then part or all of the duties impact on Indigenous Australian communities or their representatives.RecruitAbility applies to this vacancy. Under the RecruitAbility scheme you will be invited to participate in further assessment activity for the vacancy if you choose to apply under the scheme; declare you have a disability; and meet the minimum requirements for the job. For more information visit: https://www.apsc.gov.au/recruitability
Assistant Manager Factory Outlet | Moorabbin
LULULEMON, Melbourne, Victoria
The assistant manager is responsible for certain aspects of the Manager '80/20 Checklist', with direction by the Store Manager, so that the store consistently produces a 'wow it's you' guest (customer) experience. When the Store Manager is absent, the Assistant Manager is accountable for all store operation functions. You create space for others to be their best selves and achieve outstanding results in their lives and their business.A Day In The Life- You passionately lead and educate on the retail floor a minimum of 30 hours per week- You lead and coach through the company vision, mission, and core values; you uphold the culture by incorporating store principles into the daily business- You oversee the execution of certain deliverables on the Manager '80/20 Checklist', as delegated by the store manager. For example, Inventory, Product or Community Education- You proactively recruit a diverse team who prioritizes guest connection and provides world-class guest experience; you execute and oversee the hiring process including HRIS system management, interviews, and education on compensation and benefits- You support in facilitating successful trainings, performance/development meetings, and monthly staff meetings- You provide consistent coaching and feedback to hold your team accountable to results; you support in the performance evaluation delivery process for Educators and Key Leaders, as well as the execution of all job changes in the HRIS system- You represent your store at all required meetings and conferences, under the direction of the store manager- You are accountable for the successful selection process, training, and relationship management of brand ambassadors at your store; you maintain relationships with members of our Sweat Collective and gather/communicate ongoing product feedback- You are responsible for product/inventory management at your store; you support in the creation of an effective product testing strategy, executing product walkthroughs, and overseeing visual merchandising and sell-through at your store- You perform/complete other additional projects, duties, and assignments as required and/or by request, under the direction of the Store Manager- You act as a coach to educators & key leaders and play a hands-on role in their development- Under the direction of the Store Manager or Regional Manager, you perform/complete other additional projects, duties, and assignments as required and/or by request- You have a passion for customer service and delivering an exceptional experience for guests- Understands the benefits of technical properties in product to elevate performance in any activity such as running and yoga- Acknowledges the presence of choice in every moment and takes personal responsibility for their life.- Possesses an entrepreneurial spirit and continuously innovates to achieve great results.- Communicates with honesty and kindness, and creates the space for others to do the same.- Leads with courage, knowing the possibility of greatness is bigger than the fear of failure.- Fosters connection by putting people first and building trusting relationships.- Integrates fun and joy as a way of being and working, aka doesn't take themselves too seriously.- Creates an inclusive environment where employees and guests feel safe and fully expressedQualifications:- 1-2 years management experience preferred- Completion of high school preferred; completion of post-secondary education will be considered an asset- Working knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint)
Assistant CRM & Digital Specialist
Social Traders, Melbourne
Job descriptionFlexible/hybrid working arrangements (Part time 0.8 FTE/6-month contract)OverviewThis new role is ideal for someone wanting to kick off or build their career in digital marketing or make the shift from an IT support/analyst role.Reporting to the CRM & Digital Solutions Manager you will be responsible for supporting and triaging Salesforce CRM support and change requests.In addition, you will work with the CRM & Digital Solutions Manager to support the delivery of new digital projects and developments, whilst supporting Social Traders staff with their usage of Salesforce.The RoleAt a high level this role will require you to:Utilise the Social Traders Salesforce support request triage process to prioritise and support the use of Salesforce throughout the organisation.Work with the broader marketing team to enhance customer engagement and support the shift to automated emails.Assist in designing and carrying out data cleansing initiatives.Enhance existing guidance documentation to support Social Traders staff with the changing digital landscape.Utilise the support and triage process to further enhance guidance documentation and reduce the number of daily support requests from staff and customers.Deliver exceptional internal customer service in supporting digital solutions across Social Traders.Use Salesforce and Power BI reports to create a customer data cleansing routine and track progress over timeAbout youYou have a degree or above in Computer Science, Digital Commerce or IT/digital related discipline.You have demonstrated experience in IT solutions.You have a demonstrated ability to identify, troubleshoot and resolve complex issues, are digital savvy and passionate about technology.You have excellent interpersonal, communication and facilitation skills to engage and influence a variety of technical and non-technical stakeholders at different levels within the business.You have the ability to work both independently and within a team to high standards of operational delivery.You have a “can do” attitude and a passion to learn new digital platforms.For more detail regarding what we’d love to see from you, please review the attached Position Description. Please ensure you include a Cover Letter with your Resume.The OrganisationWe believe that now is the time to rethink how we can all make a significant and positive impact on our economy and communities.Social Traders exists to transform the lives of Australians most in need, by mobilising the social enterprise sector and changing businesses practices to spend with social enterprise.We do this by connecting social enterprise suppliers with business and government buyers, creating a social procurement marketplace. Our aim is to build social procurement as ‘business as usual’, creating a fair and equitable Australia.
Executive Assistant (to the CEO)
Climate Council, Melbourne
Job descriptionAbout the Climate CouncilThe Climate Council of Australia is Australia’s leading climate change communications organisation. We provide authoritative, expert advice to the Australian public and key decision-makers on climate change and solutions based on the most up-to-date science available. Climate Council was founded in 2013 by thousands of Australians to create a new, independent and 100% community-funded organisation in response to the abolition of the Australian Climate Commission.Our Vision, Mission and ValuesOur vision is that by 2025 Australia’s emissions are on a steep downward trajectory with projects and policies in place to see us cut emissions by 75% by 2030 and achieve net zero by 2035. This represents a transformation in action and attitude from all levels of government, industry, business and community. It also fundamentally improves Australia's contribution to the global climate challenge, while unlocking benefits/potential of the new economy, and protecting lives, well-being and the natural environment.Our mission is to be a courageous catalyst propelling Australia towards bold, effective action to have emissions plummet during the 2020s and hit net zero by 2035.Our values:We are brave and boldWe are hopeful and solutions focusedWe act with integrity and communicate honestlyAbout the RoleThe Executive Assistant provides high-level executive assistance to the Climate Council CEO. This includes diary and inbox management and prioritisation, and communications with team members and external stakeholders to facilitate the CEO’s effective engagement in Climate Council activities. The Executive Assistant also provides project support to the CEO and Senior Leadership, and administrative support for Senior Leadership and Management Team meetings.As the Executive Assistant you thrive in a fast-paced environment, have excellent written and communications skills, the capacity to build and maintain authentic relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders and are adept at troubleshooting!Reporting The Executive Assistant reports to the Chief Executive Officer. The Executive Assistant has no direct reports.Key Responsibilities The key responsibilities of the Executive Assistant include:Manage the CEO’s diary, including coordination of meetings and travel arrangements (COVID-19 permitting).Sort and prioritise the CEO’s inbox, and draft high-level correspondence that fits the CEO’s communication tone and style.Triage incoming phone calls, including from donors and supporters, and requests related to the CEO’s time such as speaking opportunities or events.Prepare materials that enable the CEO to participate effectively in meetings and present at events (e.g. briefing notes, presentations).Bring priority matters to the attention of the CEO to ensure they are actioned efficiently.Build and maintain authentic relationships with a diverse range of Climate Council stakeholders.Establish, coordinate and maintain effective filing systems.Prepare agendas and minutes for internal and external stakeholder meetings including weekly Strategic Committee meetings and monthly Management Team meetings.Provide other, high level administrative and project support to support the CEO and Senior Leadership Team as required (e.g. expense claims; process reviews and improvements).Contribute positively to the Climate Council culture and act in accordance with Climate Council values.Experience, Skills and Qualifications Experience and SkillsMinimum 3 years experience in an Executive Assistant or equivalent role.Ability and willingness to foster and initiate continuous improvement.Demonstrated interpersonal skills with the ability to build and maintain authentic relationships with internal and external stakeholders.Experience supporting relationships with partner organisations and/or donors will be considered favourably.High level written and verbal and communication skills.Highly developed time management, planning and organisational skills with the ability to multitask and prioritise to meet deadlines.Confident troubleshooting and problem-solving; ability to make decisions when needed, with a solutions mindset.Proactive and able to work with minimal supervision.Commitment to record keeping in all aspects of assigned work.Excellent attention to detail.Advanced use and knowledge of the Google Workspace.You’re passionate about tackling climate change. You care about driving down Australia’s greenhouse gas pollution and ramping up renewables.Remuneration and BenefitsThis exciting and dynamic organisation will continue to be in the public eye, giving those involved an unrivalled opportunity to contribute to the public discourse on climate change. With exposure to some of the leading minds tackling climate change, this role is a unique opportunity.0.8 FTE, annual salary of $80-$85k +super (pro-rata) based on experienceOngoing positionMelbourne locationSplit of working from home/working from our office in the Melbourne CBD.Additional BenefitsExcellent learning and development opportunitiesA strong work culture which is results focused but also supportive and nimbleA dynamic organisation and experienced teamHow to ApplyThe Climate Council is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, sex, age, religion, national origin, disability, marital status, personal appearance, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, family responsibilities, genetic information, or political affiliation. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are strongly encouraged to apply for all advertised positions.To apply, please click Apply Now to submit a resume and a cover letter of no more than 250 words outlining your relevant experience.If you have any questions regarding the position please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, using the subject line: Executive Assistant (to the CEO) enquiry via EthicalJobs.
Executive Assistants x2
Royal Flying Doctor Service Victoria, Melbourne
Job descriptionAbout the OrganisationProudly serving Australians since 1928, the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) provides emergency aeromedical and allied health services for people in rural and remote Australia. We strive towards improving the health and wellbeing of our rural communities and believe in creating opportunities so all Victorians have the choice to access essential primary health care services.About the role and youRFDS Victoria are now accepting applications for two Executive Assistants to support and play a key role in ensuring the day to day smooth operation of the Marketing & Fundraising, Primary Health Care Teams, Corporate Services & People Culture divisions. The successful applicant will be expected to support two General Managers in relation to their diary management, travel requirements and preparation for meetings and you will support the wider teams with general administrative duties.A high degree of accuracy, responsibility and confidentiality is required in carrying out assigned duties. The incumbent must handle confidential information appropriately. A high level of time management skill is required, with the ability to prioritise competing deadlines.This is a busy and varied role which requires someone with a flexible attitude. The role requires a self-starter with initiative and someone with both excellent people and organisational skills.Key duties and ResponsibilitiesCoordinate and manage all aspects associated with schedules, appointments and bookings for the General ManagersRegular liaison with EA to CEProactively manage both emails and letters receivedEnsure timely submission by the GM of papers duePrepare draft correspondence on a wide range of issues as requiredProject administration support as requiredEnsure invoices and credit card statements are lodged in a timely mannerAssist with daily mail openingCo-ordinate relevant staff responses and/or input into projects, programs, reports, correspondence and corporate issuesPrepare agendas and minutes of various internal and external meetings convened or attended by the General ManagerProvide support to the Operational Management Team as requiredManage departmental overflow phone callsKey selection criteriaPrevious experience working as an Executive AssistanceExcellent phone mannerExcellent communication skillsA high level of accuracy and confidentialityAbility to adapt to a changing workloadSolid Microsoft Office skills including TeamsStrong interpersonal & verbal communication skillsHighly organisedFriendly, open and enthusiastic dispositionHighly motivated, ethical and moralYou will be joining an energetic and dedicated team who are passionate about providing a high level of support towards the work of the Flying Doctor across Victoria. The successful applicant will be highly empathetic with exceptional interpersonal skills and will need to demonstrate the ability to work both autonomously and collaboratively with flexibility and initiative.If this sounds like the right opportunity for you please submit your resume and a cover letter outlining your suitability for the role and address the key selection criteria via the Apply Now button.Applications will be assessed as received and only applicants shortlisted for an interview will be contacted directly.RFDS is committed to creating a diverse working environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.Position Description
Local Native Speaker Language Assistant - French
Schools (Government), Melbourne, Eastern Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Job type: Part time / From 28/01/2022 - 20/12/2022 Organisation: Schools (Government) Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Teacher Reference: 1245708 Job posted: 15/10/2021 Closes: 28/10/2021 Occupation: Teacher Classification: Job duration: From 28/01/2022 - 20/12/2022 Contact: Julie Sandy | 03 9870 2002 Reference: 1245708 Occupation: Teacher Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Selection CriteriaTo qualify for the Local Native Speaker language Assistant Program, a prospective language assistant must:hold a bachelor’s degree (majoring in the relevant target language) and/or possess mother tongue proficiency in the relevant target languagedemonstrate a level of English proficiency equivalent to an IELTS score of no less than 6be a permanent resident of Australia or a temporary resident on an appropriate visa that allows for working privileges for the entire duration of 2022hold a valid Working with Children Check at the commencement of their rolebe prepared to work a minimum of 7.6 hours daily for 4 days a week.Personal experience of the society and culture relevant to the target language is advantageous, but not essential.RoleUndertakes routine tasks that are usually carried out under close supervision and direction. Work that carries some degree of independence will generally involve a limited number of tasks performed on a regular basis where priorities are clear, procedures are well established and direction is readily available.Work has little scope for deviation. Problems can usually be solved by reference to well documented procedures and instructions and clearly established practices. Deviation from established procedures will require reference to others for guidance and direction. Assistance is readily available when problems arise. An experienced employee at range 1 will exercise limited judgement within clearly defined guidelines and well established practices that relate specifically to the tasks performed.Does not carry responsibility for the work of others. More experienced employees will provide basic guidance and advice to others relating to tasks within the work area.An education support class position supports the educational services being provided to students, but must not include duties of teaching as defined in clause 2.6.1 of the Education and Training Reform Act 2006 (Vic) or its successor. Supervision of students cannot be required except where it is an integral part of the employee's position or involves supervision of students individually or in small groups, in controlled circumstances, where the responsibility for students remains clearly with a teacher.Certification requirements may be required to legally perform specific tasks - e.g. driver's licence, first aid, safe food handling.ResponsibilitiesThe language assistant will:participate in classes and activities as determined in consultation with their school’s language assistant coordinatorparticipate in planning activities with their school’s language teacher(s) or languages facultyprovide information and support for the delivery of their schools’ languages programassist with the development of resources, including teacher professional learning, to support the delivery of their school’s language programs, andparticipate in professional development activities provided by the DET Languages Unit.Who May ApplyIndividuals with the aptitude, experience and/or qualifications to fulfill the specific requirements of the position.Individuals on the following temporary resident visa categories may be eligible to work as a language assistant:Subclass 801 – Partner visa (permanent)Subclass 820 – Partner visa (temporary)EEO AND OHS CommitmentThe Department of Education and Training is committed to the principles of equal opportunity, and diversity and inclusion for all. We value diversity and inclusion in all forms – gender, religion, ethnicity, LGBTIQ+, disability and neurodiversity. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are strongly encouraged to apply for roles within the Department. The Department recognises that the provision of family friendly, supportive, safe and harassment free workplaces is essential to high performance and promotes flexible work, diversity and safety across all schools and Department workplaces.Child Safe StandardsVictorian government schools are child safe environments. Our schools actively promote the safety and wellbeing of all students, and all school staff are committed to protecting students from abuse or harm in the school environment, in accordance with their legal obligations including child safe standards. All schools have a Child Safety Code of Conduct consistent with the Department’s exemplar available at http://www.education.vic.gov.au/about/programs/health/protect/Pages/childsafestandards.aspxDET ValuesThe Department’s employees commit to upholding DET’s Values: Responsiveness, Integrity, Impartiality, Accountability, Respect, Leadership and Human Rights. DET’s Values complement each school’s own values and underpin the behaviours the community expects of Victorian public sector employees, including those who work in Victorian Government Schools. Information on the DET values is available at http://www.education.vic.gov.au/hrweb/workm/Pages/Public-Sector-Values.aspxOther InformationThe position will require the language assistant to work 2 days at Ringwood Secondary College and 2 days at Wheelers Hill Primary school per week. To be eligible for employment with the Department, language assistants must hold a valid Working with Children Check at the commencement of their role.Please provide a Cover letter and CV detailing your prior experience. Conditions of EmploymentAll staff employed by the Department and schools have access to a broad range of employment conditions and working arrangements.Appointment of successful applicants will be made subject to a satisfactory pre-employment conditions check.A probationary period may apply during the first year of employment and induction and support programs provided.Detailed information on all terms and conditions of employment is available on the Department's Human Resources website at http://www.education.vic.gov.au/hrweb/Pages/default.aspxLocation ProfileCollege ProfileThank you for considering a position at Ringwood Secondary College (RSC). Please refer to the College Web Site for further detailed information about our College and its programs: http://www.ringwoodsc.vic.edu.au Ringwood Secondary College fosters a learning community that caters for the development of the whole person, allowing them to flourish and reach their full potential. A balanced and viable curriculum of VCE, VET and VCAL studies meet the varied learning needs of students. Most students choose a university placement as their preferred post Year 12 destination. Located in the city of Maroondah, RSC provides for students from nearly 50 feeder primary schools including substantial numbers from the local primary schools' network. The college maintains its numbers at capacity which is currently 1600 students. This enables a guaranteed and viable curriculum for all students and a rich array of extra curricular programs and activities, including in areas such as Music, Performing Arts and Sport. Ringwood Training, our Registered Training Organisation (RTO), provides specialist programs in IT, Engineering and Automotive and has beenrecognised in Victoria as both a finalist and winner of the Small Training Provider of the Year. Our well developed house system is the basis for enabling opportunities for student leadership and participation and the delivery of our approaches to Positive Education and our Bounce program. The College is proud to provide an educational environment that ensures that all students are valued and cared for, feel they are part of the school and can engage effectively in their learning and experience success. Every member of the College community has a right to fully participate in an educational environment that is safe, supportive and inclusive. A culture of high expectations ensures that students are supported to achieve their educational potential and personal best in their learning. The Values statement for Ringwood Secondary College is based on the four pillars of education introduced in a report presented to UNESCO by the International Commission on Education for the twenty-first century: Learning to be yourself, Learning to do, Learning to think and Learning to live together. This Valued philosophy is enacted through everyday interactions between staff, students and parents, our positive education program, our curriculum program, house system and our co-curricula program. Our Houses of Freeman, Jackman, Fraser and Mabo enact the virtues of Respect, Creativity, Wisdom and Courage. In addition, Ringwood Secondary College has formed strong partnerships with local, national and global organisations which further enhance the education pillars. Ringwood Secondary College acknowledges that the behaviour of staff, parents, carers and students has an impact on our school community and culture. We acknowledge a shared responsibility to create a positive learning environment for the children and young people at our school. Our published statement of values and school philosophy outlines the values of our school community and explains the vision, mission and objectives of our college. The college is an active participant in the Maroondah Plus 10 schools project and its focussed and innovative work on Positive Education.
STL3 Project Officer, Early Years & Aboriginal Education (Early Years)
I WORK FOR SA, HINDMARSH
The Project Officer works collaboratively with local educationand school leadership teams to design and deliver professionallearning aimed at building consistent and effective practice acrossschools using evidence-based education practices. The Project Officer has a focus on providing support to schools andpreschools at different stages of improvement to lift achievementthrough intensive development of preschool or school-wideinitiatives/programs and changes in literacy and numeracy, teachingand assessing early learning trajectories, Australian Curriculumand/or SACE, as relevant. The roles are integral in supportingleaders and teachers to analyse data to co-design, implement andembed specific and contextualised improvement strategies.To succeed in the role, you will have: A tertiary qualification in an education related field Excellent communication skills including successful experience in developing collaborative working relationships and networks across a range of people within schools and partnerships Extensive experience in planning, developing and implementing professional learning programs for the early years Experience in curriculum leadership that improves teaching and learning for the early years Extensive knowledge of the National Quality Standard and of designing learning and assessment using the Early Years Learning Framework Expert knowledge in literacy and numeracy; and the outcomes of the Early Years Learning FrameworkQualificationsEssential - Anappropriate tertiary qualification in Early ChildhoodEducation or an education related field. Full teacher'sregistration. Desirable - Relevant post graduate qualifications.Special ConditionsThesuccessful applicant is required to gain a Department for HumanServices (DHS) working with children check (WWCC) prior to beingemployed which is required to be renewed every five years beforeexpiry.The incumbent will be required to undertake RRHAN –EC(Responding to Risks of Harm, Abuse and Neglect -Education Care) Facilitator Lead (Masterclass) extendedcourse or the online (Fundamentals) course which will be requiredto be updated every three years. For all other Special Conditions please refer to the RoleDescription.RequirementsApplicants are required to submit a CV, the Application CoverSheet, Employment Declaration, and a written statement of no morethan 1500 words. Written statements should address the keyselection criteria outlined in the Role Description. Applicantsshould include the name, address and contact number of three (3)referees, one being your current line manager. RemunerationSTL3: $130,927 paEnquiriesLorrie OsbourneLeader, Early Years, Curriculum SupportTelephone: 0419 530 732Email: email@example.comAdditional Notes:Multiple full-time (1.0 FTE) positions are available for both EarlyYears and Aboriginal Education (Early Years) focus.Positions start in January 2022 for up to two years.Please indicate clearly in your application which positionyou are applying for.
Admin & Team Assistants - Vic Gov
Calling all Team Administrators in the government and public sectorThe Victorian State Government is made up of variety different departments and sectors that help lead the state of Victoria. Roles may be available within all sectors of the governing body including, health, education, transport, environmental, finance and even exterior entities within the wider government network such a TAFE Victoria.The responsibilities of these roles may include but not be limited to:General administrative dutiesDiary, calendar and email managementBoard operations and managementManaging expenses, invoicing, working with POsAssisting with project workCoordinating & attending meetingsGenerating agendas, collating/distributing documents/reportsAssisting with the organisation of professional papers and documentsManaging expectations and daily work flow alongside other administration tasks and needsMaintaining stakeholder relationships and being the 'go to' for team supportAdhoc admin, project and office tasksAbout you:Previous experience working in a Team Assistant, EA, Project Coordinator or Administration roleExperience in appointment scheduling and planning Ability to prioritise and stay one step aheadStrong communication skills both written and verbalAbility to build exceptional rapport with stakeholders at all levelsStrong attention to detail and high level of confidentialityExcellent planning and organisation skills while being extremely flexible and working well under pressureHighly preferred - Experience working within the Government sector for either local, state or federal governments or government entities such a Vic Roads etc. - Job security and professionalism are key parts of working for the Victorian State Government.- Career opportunities to grow and gain experience within the various departments and sectors of Vic Gov.- Flexible working hours- Central CBD location and possible WFH hybrid model for some rolesContact Adrian Paglia asap to get more information on all roles across everything Office Support Government!