Support the services teams to ensure the smooth operation of daily activities, A great place to work - commited to flexibility, innovation & teamwork, 30 hours per week, great for school hours.
Grand Pacific Health is a non-profit organisation that is providing free mental health services in the Eastern Murrumbidgee*. These will include services for mild to moderate to chronic mental health concerns. It will also include inreach to Aged Care facilities and some child and family services.
About the Position
Due to growth, we have an exciting opportunity for a skilled and experienced admin person to join our team of professionals in our newly established Wagga office. The role of the Senior Administration Officer is to effectively organise and coordinate the operations of the Wagga office, as well as provide comprehensive support to the services teams to ensure the smooth operation of the daily activities.
About the Person
To apply you will need to have administration experience at a senior level and be prepared to work within a broader service team providing GPHs services.
The successful candidate will have strong organisational skills with the ability to manage multiple tasks, demonstrate initiative and provide professional and friendly reception to consumers of our health and mental health services. Familiarity with MS Office and the ability to maintain client records management systems is essential.
Additionally, personal values that include respect, approachability, capacity for reflection, discretion and reliability will ensure a good organisational fit.
This position is part time, 30 hours per week, (hours negotiable), and will be available to 30 June 2021 with possibility of extension.
Applications close 20th November 2019
Interviews for these positions will be held between 26th -28th November 2019.
* Servicing the local government areas of Wagga Wagga, Bland, Hilltops, Temora, Coolamon, Coootamundra-Gundagai, Junee & Snowy Valleys
GPH welcomes and encourages applications from people who have a lived experience of mental illness and recovery, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with diverse culture and linguistic backgrounds and people with disability.