Part-time role with innovative, growing not-for-profit organisation, Fantastic team culture with flexibility, Attractive remuneration including not-for-profit tax concessions.
Are you passionate about contributing to an organisation with an important cause Do you have exceptional skills in building relationships internally, organising and supporting a team Are you looking for a flexible role with the opportunity to grow
We might just have the role youre looking for! Homes North, a highly reputed not-for-profit organisation with offices in the New England North West NSW, who make it their business to create secure, affordable and sensitively managed housing opportunities for low income households, are looking to hire a Business Support Officer based in Armidale.
The Business Support Officer will be responsible for providing high level administrative support, to the Manager Business Services and HR Coordinator. The role has a broad range of responsibilities and has a large component of internal relationship management. This position is an opportunity for someone with a high level of organisational and administrative skills and strong IT/system expertise. The role is a part-time position, 3 days per week.
Applicants must have:
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Previous administration experience
- Strong technological ability (IT and system experience)
- Current Drivers License
- Certificate III in Business Administration
- IT, Finance or Human Resrouces experience
Homes North is a not-for-profit organisation serving the New England North West region, with offices located in Armidale, Glen Innes, Gunnedah, Inverell, Moree and Tamworth. Operating for over 30 years, Homes North creates secure, affordable and sensitively managed housing opportunities for low income households, striving for an integrated and inclusive approach to housing for all.
Our vision is that every community member on low-to-moderate income in the New England North West region has a secure place to call home, which they can independently sustain into the foreseeable future. This vision recognises the continuum of housing needs - from emergency and short-term accommodation to address homelessness, through supported and community housing, and over long-term pathways to secure and affordable home ownership. Community members may move in different directions along this continuum as a result of changes to their financial, health and family circumstances.
For your application to be considered you must contact Chloe Grace for a Candidate Information Booklet.
Closing date for applications: 17th November 2019