Are you an experienced dynamic and committed administrator who is passionate about social justice? Are you looking for a part-time opportunity to use your exceptional admin skills while creating change? Join our amazing team and support an organisation that is working towards eliminating domestic and family violence in NSW!
Domestic Violence NSW (DVNSW) is looking for a new Administration Officer to work alongside our Admin and Projects Coordinator to provide and support a range of activities across our organisation. This is a newly created position and an exciting opportunity for an agile administrator to play a pivotal role in the evolution of the organisation.
This role is a part-time flexible role (15 hours per week) and is a continuing position until June 2023
|Applications Close||August 12, 2021|
|Job Board||NCOSS Community Jobs|
|Job Category||Administrations & Support|
|Employment Basis||Part Time|
|Salary Range||$66,000 — $80,000|
The Administration Officer will work alongside the Admin and Projects Coordinator to provide administrative support for the DVNSW team and for our members. This will be a varied role that will require multi-tasking across a range of different projects and will require an agile administrator with strong interpersonal skills and a can-do approach! You will need to be excellent with time management and highly organised, possess strong communication skills and have a workable knowledge of Microsoft 365.
- Be the first point of contact to a range of stakeholders including over 80 member organisations and sector partners.
- Manage day to day office requirements and online working arrangements for our team
- Assist with membership renewal and acquisition process
- Have the ability to provide referral pathways to members of the community in need of DFV support services
- Recruit and work alongside volunteers
- Provide high-level administrative support across the team, supporting meetings and events and fundraising activities including our Christmas and Holiday donation drive.
Please read our position description for full details on the key responsibilities of the role.
DVNSW welcomes applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, workers of all ages, people with disabilities and people who identify as LGBTIQ.
All offers of employment are subject to satisfactory background checks including a National Police Check, Working with Children Check, disclosure of previous or current disciplinary action, referee checks, proof of eligibility to work in Australia and qualification checks
How to Apply
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Applicants will be screened and interviewed as they apply so we encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible.
Domestic Violence NSW (DVNSW)
Women, families and communities in NSW live free from violence, have equal rights, equal opportunities and the freedom to reach their potential.
WHO ARE WE?
DVNSW is the peak body for specialist domestic and family violence services in New South Wales. We work to eliminate domestic and family violence through the leadership of the specialist DFV sector and the NSW policy environment, promoting best practice in early identification, responses and primary prevention.
OUR CULTURE AND BENEFITS
We care deeply about creating a workplace where our team members feel valued, respected and empowered
We are committed to providing equal opportunity regardless of gender identity, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation or life stage
DVNSW offers access to Employee Support and Wellbeing Program(s), professional development and mentoring
We work hard to create a safe and inclusive environment for all, and most importantly, we're all about creating better experiences – for our members and for each other
We appreciate everybody’s contribution and in return offer attractive salary packaging to increase your take-home pay.