About the Role:
As Community Support Administrator you will report to the Community Programs Manager for providing appropriate administrative support to ensure the effective and efficient operation of the various programmes EPIC runs across the Pilbara. You will also provide caring and supportive career development services to the diverse range of people that EPIC works with.The role is part-time, 18 hours per week to be worked Monday and Friday (Third day of work is flexible and will be discussed with successful applicant).
- Overseeing office operations and ensuring all administration is completed to a high standard and in a timely manner.
- Reception/Front Desk duties including but not limited to phone calls, mail, petty cash, accounting and administrative support.
- Manage and reconcile petty cash and Fees for Service.
- Greet clients and assist them on the open access computers, provide one-on-one career guidance and training advice. Refer clients to other services providers when needed.
- Continually aim to increase, market and promote EPIC and Career Centre services through social media and other marketing strategies.
- Provide admin support to fellow staff and Community Programs Manager with event planning, coordination and hands on delivery.
- Maintain all office equipment and ensure that it is in good working condition, coordinate facility management and asset enquiries or maintenance requests.
- Excellent interpersonal and presentation skills with outstanding manners.
- Culturally sensitive to a broad and diverse client group with excellent interpersonal skills in engaging both a young and mature client base.
- Self-motivated person with an outgoing personality who is committed and enthusiastic to making a difference.
- High level of initiative, coupled with excellent research skills and vision.
- A person who enjoys seeing others achieve their goals and become empowered through their achievements.
- Excellent organisational skills with the ability to provide administrative support across a wide range of concurrent projects.
- Demonstrated ability to work unsupervised and abide by confidentiality policies.
- Competent in the skilled use of computerised operating systems, CRM and the Microsoft suite.
- The opportunity for a rewarding career in a creative and supportive community based setting, working for a not-for-profit.
- Salary sacrificing options up to $15,899.
- Attractive salary and leave entitlements.
- Airfare allowance.
You Will Need:
- A satisfactory Police Certificate no older than 3 months.
- A current Working With Children Check, or be willing to obtain one
Please send your resume as well as a cover letter that demonstrates your ability to meet the requirements of the position to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information or to request a job description, please contact Romain Pignataro, Corporate Services Manager on 08 9185 1488 or email email@example.com
Please note that incomplete applications will not be considered.