APS4 Corporate Support Officer
What does a Corporate Support Officer do? Corporate Support Officers provide administrative and operational support to local business teams which may include a mix of finance, human resource, property, information technology (IT) and other corporate activities. Working under the direction of senior employees, they make decisions within defined parameters relating to their area of responsibility. They may have supervisory responsibilities including task allocation, on-the-job training, checking of work and providing immediate feedback on performance.
What are your duties? Perform financial administration tasks including money handling, receipting, payment of invoices and associated processing, reconciliation of data, and contributing to financial reporting prepare periodic reports, incorporating the completion of end of month journal processing coordinate local work area procurement and assist with contract administration prepare staffing reports and assist with the coordination of recruitment and staff movements assist with the coordination of employee rosters, phone schedules and training schedules work with local leaders to build staff capability through coaching and training check the work of administrative staff to monitor accuracy and quality of work against established performance standards provide specialist advice and procedural guidance to staff represent the team or work area in relevant forums and committees coordinate the provision of building property services, IT, telephony services, security, petty cash management and asset and equipment maintenance and liaise with service providers provide executive support including travel arrangements, diary and appointments, and secretariat functions What are we looking for in you? work well independently and as a team communicate in an effective way build positive relationships and respond to changes in needs and expectations use appropriate judgement, analysis and problem solving skills and apply attention to detail exhibit personal resilience and an ability to deal with challenging situations display initiative, negotiate confidently and influence outcomes display relevant financial and computer literacy skills. How can you apply? To be elligble for this position you must hold a current Baseline Clearance or above and have a relevant background working in a fast paced administration/support officer role. If you wish to apply please send through your MS word resume following the 'apply' link on this web page.
If you would like to know more information please call Tanisha Hine on 02 6162 7311, quoting reference 75454. By submitting an application you agree to our Privacy and Information Collection Policy located at www.dfp.