We consider more than the individual, we look at their family, the community and the role of business to close the economic gap for the region’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.
Roles and Responsibilities of the Administration Officer Position:
This position is responsible for the following:
- The administration officer position will answers directly to the Program Manager and works collaboratively with the Algabonyah Employment Program staff members to ensure strong pathways of communication are established and maintained. This communication is vital to maintaining connection with business and organisation leaders that are committed to employing Aboriginal people and ensure that all job seekers are appropriately supported into employment.
- Work with jobseekers to build the aspiration, skills, experience and job readiness
- Measure our progress towards achieving parity, and learn as we go.
- Maintain accurate and complete records
- Ensure reporting requirements are met in a timely manner and submitted to the Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions as per the programs contractual obligations.
- Assist employers to recruit and retain Aboriginal jobseekers
- Will be required to help, coordinate, promote and facilitate, culturally relevant events (as developed by the Program Manager) focused on building the cultural knowledge and understanding of employers within the project area.
- Will work across all areas of the program, with a focus on working collaboratively with the Program Manager to support the activity of the Brokerage Workers.
- Will provide administration support to the program including updating databases, following up on potential employers, assisting in the production of reports, establishing and maintaining regular contact with participants, sourcing assistance from job service providers and other organisations and promoting the program and outcomes through social and print media.
- Must understand and have a willingness to work within the vision, values and organisational principles of the Rumbalara Football Netball Club, and display a high level of commitment to social justice.
- Perform other duties as requested, in conjunction with the operation of the Rumbalara Football Netball Club and the promotion of Algabonyah Community Cabinet activities.
Key Skills Required:
- Co-ordination of required meetings and production of relevant reports, to ensure that the employment project success
- High level process monitoring of applicant pathways, including a constant and strong connection with all participants.
- Excellent administration and multi-tasking skills
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Ability to prioritise workload and manage time effectively to meet deadlines
- Well-developed computer skills with a good knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point
- Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality
- The ability to work in a team environment
- Minimum qualifications relevant to the position
- Ability to work in small teams
- Ability to develop trust based relationships
- Commitment to delivering outcomes
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