Full time, ongoingNewly created positionBased at the Dream Factory - Footscray.If you're a hard-working, experienced and reliable individual, who enjoys interacting with external suppliers and tradesman. This is the role you've been looking forWe are extremely proud to be part of such an amazing organisation whose mission is to strengthen community and make a difference to the lives and wellbeing of people, particularly of those who experience stigma and the risk of marginalisation..The Property and Assets Administration Officer position sits within the Property, Capital Planning & Development component of the Corporate Operations program. This program provides operational and strategic management of cohealth's properties and assets. They support the organisation to deliver against strategic objectives through the development and management of processes for procuring, deploying, maintaining, upgrading and disposing of key assets.This position has been established to provide high quality service and administrative support role to the Property and Assets team. Accountable as the main point of contact for all cohealth sites through facilities helpdesk requests. As well as providing advice and assistance to site personnel, coordinating works and services in response to requests. In this role, we are searching for someone that has the ability and drive to exercise judgment, set priorities and schedule work to meet deadlines in a manner that maximises efficiencies and minimises costs..Your duties and responsibilities will include:Monitoring Facilities Helpdesk inquiries and requests, ensuring appropriate and timely responses. Identifying and implementing appropriate maintenance or repairs, and undertaking any necessary follow-up actions;Coordinating trades and services in a timely and efficient manner that helps to provide best value, maximise efficiencies and reduce costs;Maintain key business registers including essential services and compliance, contracts register, building keys and security;Managing cohealth staff access cards and maintain site access system; andResponsible for the control of reactive and preventative maintenance services in a timely and cost efficient manner..This position would be ideally suited to someone who:Has experience in a similar administrative role that demonstrates record keeping, systems management, client service and successful management of competing tasks;Has demonstrated experience in the developments and maintenance of information management systems;Has demonstrated experience in the management of external suppliers;Possesses a high level interpersonal skills and ability to support others with to day-to-day problem solving; andAdvanced Microsoft Office skills plus the ability to adapt to new system quickly..If this sounds like the ideal role for you don't delay.Who is cohealth?For more information about cohealth and the services provided, please visit our website: www.cohealth.org.au.This position will be paid under the Victorian Stand-Alone Community Health Services (Health and Allied Services, Managers and Administrative Officers) Multiple Enterprise Agreement 2011-2015 Grade 2To be considered for the role, you must address the Key Selection Criteria (with clear headings) within your cover letter. The Key Selection Criteria can be found in the attached Position Description..Applications close on 20th AugustPeople accepting employment with cohealth are unable to access our services
$20.05 - $21.04 (gross) per hour (depending on experience and qualifications)
Permanent, Full-TimeThe Queensland Police-Citizens Youth Welfare Association (QPCYWA) is a community-based organisation concerned with the development of youth through the provision of sporting and recreational activities. The QPCYWA has established 54 Police-Citizens Youth Clubs (PCYCs) throughout the State and now has an active membership in excess of 73,000 members state-wide. As a registered, not-for-profit, charitable organisation, the QPCYWA relies upon income from activity attendances, fund raising, community support, grants and subsidies in order to operate. Its affiliation with the Queensland Police Service provides a unique link between Queensland Police and our supporting communities.PCYC Bayside is looking for an enthusiastic, dependable and highly accurate Administration Officer to support the Branch Manager to accurately maintain Branch administration and financial registers, systems and processes. The successful candidate must be able to enter a medium to high volume of data with a high level of accuracy.Some key responsibilities for the role include:Assist in the preparation of Management Committee packages and undertake any assigned tasks arising from Committee meetings;Assist in operation of the canteen and undertake stocktake reconciliations as required;Assist with ensuring End of Month (EOM) and End of Financial Year (EOY) reporting is accurate and on time;Assist in the financial management of Branch cash assets including operation and reconciliation of Point of Sale (POS).For more information please view the Position Description.
Permanent Part Time office based admin role (9am-3pm Monday to Friday) Be the 1st point of contact in person & by phone for Community Transport Services in OrangeBe rewarded - Support our customers in your community to maintain their independenceAbout LiveBetter Community ServicesLiveBetter Community Services are one of the largest regionally based providers of community services in Eastern Australia. We strive to enable the people of regional Australia to live their best lives. We know that our staff are our greatest asset. So what can we offer you?Support! - Backing from an experienced and professional Community Transport team$$$! - Take advantage of great salary packaging benefits.Satisfaction! - The opportunity to really say ‘I made someone's day'.Opportunity! - A chance to build on your career in admin in an exciting period of growth for our organisation.About the RoleWorking as Administration Assistant within the Community Transport team you will provide administrative support to the Coordinator and other team members. You will also be the first point of contact for our customers on the telephone and at reception. Some key accountabilities of the role include:Maintaining customer management record systems undertaking accurate data entry and supporting appropriate record keeping processes.Ensuring Community Transport Customer intake procedures are conducted in accordance with LiveBetter and service delivery policy and procedures.Scheduling of Community Transport services with customers in accordance with service delivery policy and procedures.Provision of administration support to assist with bank reconciliation functions, collection, collation and banking of monies collected from customers.Establishment and maintenance of customer files.Undertaking invoicing functions.What LiveBetter needs from youWe would love to hear from you if you are a professional and caring person who is prepared to embrace our values of Integrity, Respect, Cooperation, Empowerment and Excellence in your day to day work life. You will be a compassionate person with a great work ethic and a real desire to assist aged, frail and disabled persons in your community.To convince us that you are the best person for the job, please tell us how you meet the following selection criteria.Certificate III in Business Administration or equivalent & relevant experience within an office environment.Sound computer skills including the ability to use Microsoft software (Word, Excel & Outlook).Ability to undertake basic financial & reconciliation tasks such as banking, invoicing & reconciliation.Demonstrated superior customer service, interpersonal and communication (written & verbal) skills.Ability to work effectively in a team environment as well as independently, whilst enjoying a degree of responsibility in your position.Demonstrated ability to be organised & manage/prioritise workload in a constantly changing environment.DesirableKnowledge and understanding of the community sector, including the challenges faced by people with a disability, mental health condition and the aged.Knowledge and understanding of issues specific to individuals from an Aboriginal or culturally linguistic and diverse background.You will also be required to pass a National Criminal Check, Working with Children Check and pre-employment medical (including drug and alcohol screening).How to ApplyTo apply for this role you must provide as part of the online application process:A cover letter that addresses each of the above mentioned selection criteria; ANDAn up to date copy of your resumeApplications that do not include a resume and a cover letter will not be considered.Closing date: Sunday 20 August 2017Enquiries: Kathy Dickson - Senior Manager Community Transport 0427 678 080LiveBetter is a Smoke Free Workplace
About UsPalngun Wurnangat is an independently owned and operated Aboriginal Women's Corporation based in Wadeye. The women on the Board play a dynamic role in the town's economic, social and cultural development. They own a number of social enterprises that provide vital services to the community these are, the Mi Patha Takeaway, Bakery, Butcher & T-House Café and Retail. The Board's Corporate Office, which once was the Women's Centre houses the Corporation's Art Centre, where women artists specialise in printed fabrics available for sale along with weaving and other artworks.Stronger Communities for Children Program (SCFC) in Wadeye is funded by the Commonwealth until June 2018.In this role you will be the assistant to the SCFC Program Manager. You will be supporting her and the SCFC committee with the implementation of projects under the Community Plan. A large component of the role is supporting SCFC program compliance through research and reporting. You will be required to gather and assess information vital to the program's ongoing success, as well as managing the Program Manager's diary and assisting with community meetings, agendas and providing administrative support.This role forms a key part of the systemic support to SCFC. You will join a team who are driven by social justice and a commitment to addressing the causes of Aboriginal inequality and inequity that is experienced by Aboriginal women and their families.Key responsibilities of the role include:Establishing and maintaining productive and inclusive relationships with the local community, service providers and other stakeholdersResearching and providing insights into trends and vital advice for the success of the SCFC programSupporting the Program Manager to facilitate collective impact opportunities related to SCFC projectsAdministration support including diary management, meeting minutes, agendas and report writing and collationAssisting the Program Manager with the implementation of the locally developed Community PlanYour prior experience in working in a community development model will be well utilised in this position, or perhaps you are from local government in a funding / complex program administrator role, looking to give back to the community. Your communication skills are exceptional and you have a calm and respectful style. You are a confident negotiator and facilitator and are able to recognise, practise and appreciate the skills to walk in two worlds. You are pragmatic, extremely resilient and can change direction as required as no two days will be the same. You must be able to manage competing priorities.If you are seeking an adventure in one of Australia's largest Indigenous communities, this challenging role with a group of ethical, warm, welcoming and humorous women might be for you!This role is based in Wadeye, a remote Aboriginal community in the Northern Territory where relocation is a must (unless of course you are already located in Wadeye!).This is a full-time permanent role with subsidised self-contained accommodation & utilities in a shared compound, 6 weeks annual leave, and salary packaging options are available This position is not suitable for persons with dependants or pets.You must be self-sufficient and able to cope with the difficulties of living in a remote environment.Due to a shortage in housing, couples are encouraged to apply - please see our other roles currently advertised within the organisation and reference each other in your application if applying as a couple.Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged.
ALPA - largest privately funded indigenous corporation in AustraliaWe are looking for a confident and organised ReceptionistDarwin NT based | competitive package on offerSalary packaging availableEstablished in 1972, the Arnhem Land Progress Aboriginal Corporation, (ALPA), started as a co-operative of community stores in Arnhem Land and has gone from strength to strength. Financially independent and not reliant on external funding or subsidies, ALPA today has grown to be the largest Aboriginal Corporation in Australia with over 1,200 employees and operating in 27 remote locations across the NT and Queensland.With a vision of unity through enterprise ALPA now contributes to the development of local economies and indigenous business wherever we operate. Activities include: accommodation and hospitality in partnership with local families, training and employment services through the CDP program, construction, mechanical workshops, furniture manufacturing and homelands service delivery.About the role:As ALPA continues to experience exponential growth an opportunity is now available for a highly organised, motivated and enthusiastic individual to fill our vacancy for a Part Time Receptionist. The key to this role is excellent communication skills both written and verbal as well as strong Microsoft office skills and a polished, enthusiastic approach. You will be responsible for a variety of tasks with the overall aim of keeping the reception running smoothly. This position also includes travel bookings.During busy periods and when other staff are on annual leave there may be the option to work full time or more hours.Keys to your success will be:A passionate can do attitude | flexibility | the ability to effect and embrace changeA clear track record of success in a similar roleStrong knowledge of Microsoft office Suite of programs including Word/Excel and Outlook a mustA clear and professional telephone mannerAbout you:With your strong communication and interpersonal skills, you will be able to work effectively through the required tasksYou will be action oriented and have excellent time management skillsWith your strong organisational skills you will be able to effectively book required travel and accommodation for the organisationYour strong customer service skills and high attention to detail will set you up for success in this roleCulture & BenefitsThis is a key role and an exceptional opportunity to join our values driven team at a positive time of progressive change. You will be rewarded for your contributions with a competitive remuneration package and benefits.If you want to join an organisation making a difference to the lives of indigenous Australians, and truly see your contribution count - don't delay, apply now!To find out more or to apply please contact Eve Bransgrove (Deputy HRM) at email@example.com.Your application should include a covering letter that details your relevant skills and experience (and an up-to-date resume.All applications will be treated confidentially.
Job Reference: 3691163 | Location: Darwin | Listed: 11 August 2017
We are Marie Stopes Australia A world in which all children are wanted. Children by choice, not chanceWe are a social enterprise organisation providing quality sexual and reproductive healthcare services to Australian women and men across our network of accredited health clinics within Australia.We are very proud of what we have achieved in Australia......but we still need your help. As a Medical Administration Assistant, you will provide essential administrative support to our dedicated team of doctors and nurses to ensure a seamless flow of transaction and operational processes.Your responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:Acting as the first point of contact for all phone calls and patients to the clinic, ensuring a welcoming first impressionProactively provide office and administration support to ensure the efficient and effective running of the clinic and high levels of internal processes, communication and data integrity are maintained.To ensure all office management tasks are actioned at a professional and safe levelPerform and behave in alignment with the Marie Stopes Core Values, to ultimately assist Marie Stopes to achieve its goal.Qualifications, skills and experiences required include the following:Previous administrative experience within a medical environmentAn understanding of the importance of confidentialityAccurate data entry skillsExperience in cash handing and EFTPOS terminalIntermediate Microsoft Word and Excel SkillsHealth fund coding experienceAttention to detailPatient-focused careProfessional telephone mannerExceptional communication skillsAbility to work to tight deadlinesA pro-choice attitude and support for our vision 'Children by choice, not chance'Don't miss out on this opportunity to apply your passion for great customer service to an organisation aiming to empower communities. In addition to your take-home pay, you will have access to salary packaging, flexibility and most of all, you will have the satisfaction of making a positive difference while being a part of an organisation with a global footprint.Marie Stopes Australia values a safe working environment. As part of our recruitment and selection process, potential candidates will be required to undertake a background check.Mission Driven - Client-Centred - Accountable - Courageouswww.mariestopes.recruitmenthub.com.au
Job Reference: 3690764 | Location: Macquarie Centre | Listed: 14 August 2017
Part-time role - 30 hours / week on average - casual role!Fantastic team environment, learn from the bestNation-wide Australian company, truly going placesJoin us on our upward trajectoryAt HiQA, while Geotech runs through our veins, it's not just soils and aggregates that drive our success. Family, evolution, improvement and the results that stem from our hard work form the foundation of who we are. And we recognise that our team - and the unique skills and attributes each member brings to the table - is our most valuable resource of all.We're looking for a talented, hardworking Administration Assistant to join our Alice Springs based team. This is a diverse role with a capital D! You will man the reception desk, meet and greet clients, file documents, prepare reports, support our finance team, data entry.... you get the idea! Because of the varied nature of the role, multitasking must come naturally to you! We are looking for someone who demonstrates a high level of accuracy, alertness, attention to detail and is able to work effectively within a team environment.You will be comfortable thinking on your feet and a confident problem solver. You will have prior admin experience, know your way around a computer including Excel and have an impeccable phone manner. Knowledge of MYOB would be an advantage. This is a part-time casual position offering 30 hours per week of work!HiQA is committed to providing a quality service to all its customers through delivering timely results from its professional, experienced and energetic team.Don't delay, apply today!
Job Reference: 3674266 | Location: Alice Springs | Listed: 09 August 2017
We are looking for suitable people to form a casual pool of staff to assist with general administrative duties within Council's rates and customer service units. Some administration and customer service experience is essential. Availability to work flexible hours, at short notice, is essential, together with the ability to work during school holidays and at other times when permanent staff take leave.Key Responsibilities are:Providing administrative and customer service assistanceData entry and processing notices, forms and applicationsThe Key Skills required:Confident typing, keyboard and computer skillsAptitude for figuresGood local knowledge, particularly of localities and roads.
Urban Maintenance Systems Pty Ltd is "Big Enough to Matter, Small Enough to Care" and that's what makes us a successful facilities and maintenance business.We have a family culture and value the contribution our employees make. Our safety record is exemplary.We are a specialist provider of open space grounds, building/facilities and infrastructure maintenance services to Government, Local Government and Private sector organisations throughout Australia.We have the opportunity for an experienced Executive Assistant to join our team based from Head Office at Notting Hill. You will provide full administrative support to the Executive Chairman, Managing Director/CEO, CFO and the Executive Management Team.You will bring your excellent communication skills, solid organisational skills and confidence to this role.You will be responsible for:High level support for all professional matters concerning the Executive Chairman, Managing Director/CEO and CFO.Act as a first point of contact to the Executive Chairman, Managing Director/CEO and the CFO.Preparation of reports including the monthly board reportAttendance at Board meetings and minute takingDiary managementArranging meetingsBooking corporate travel and accommodation for the company.Assist with reception and greeting visitorsExpense claims and reconciliationsFacilitate communication between the Executive Management TeamManaging events including, staff functions, workshops etc.Ad hoc administrative duties as requiredEssential requirements for the role include:Proven experience as an Executive Assistant supporting Senior ExecutivesAdvanced skills in Microsoft Office including, Word, Excel, Power Point and Gmail (including the Google platform)Excellent written and verbal communication skillsStrong interpersonal skillsExcellent organisation skills with the ability to multi task and prioritise work loadsThe ability to work autonomouslyStrong ethics in coordinating confidential informationFlexibilityStrong Safety, Environment and Quality focusThis role will suit an individual who is highly motivated and has an excellent work ethic.UMS offers an excellent working environment and conditions and prides itself on our positive culture. If you are interested in joining us, please address your cover letter and resume, to Sheree Coleman, HR Advisor.
Job Reference: 3665402 | Location: Notting Hill | Listed: 28 July 2017
The OpportunityYMCA is now recruiting for a Fitness Instructor & Personal Trainer to join our Kilgariff Recreation Centre.YMCA offers a dynamic workplace that believes in the benefits of physical activity, empowering young people, and building community connections. YMCA has a range of services from recreational centres through to youth programs and childcare. We believe in the power of inspired young people.The Role Personal Trainers provide quality health and fitness advice and supervision via health consultations and one-on-one or small group training sessions, whilst ensuring patrons receive the highest possible level of service.Fitness Instructors are responsible for working on the gym floor to ensure customer questions and immediate needs are answered and met. The fitness instructor will also be responsible for ensuring general tidiness and housekeeping is met around the gym.Key Responsibilities Provide health and fitness advice and supervision to patronsConduct health consultations, including the design of training programs, follow-ups and reassessmentsProvide quality personal training on a one-on-one basis or in small groupsProvide First Aid in an emergency situationProvide a high level of customer service at all timesWipe down machinesEnsure patron questions are metEnsure patron safety while using machinesEnsure the highest standards of safety are provided to patrons at all timesSelection CriteriaCandidates must poses a Certificate 4 in Fitness to be successful.Skills and experience required:Current First Aid CertificateCurrent NT driver's license, desirableAccreditation with Australian Institute of Fitness or equivalent, desirableExperience providing tailored health and fitness regimes for individualsYMCA requires all candidates to undergo a safeguarding children and young people screening process prior to appointment.Immediate start available.YMCA is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to safeguarding children and young people.
Job Reference: 3667550 | Location: Alice Springs | Listed: 01 August 2017