The National Association of Testing Authorities, Australia (NATA) is Australias national accreditation body. We have been delivering accreditation services in accordance with international and Australian standards since 1947, and our role is to serve the national and public interest NATA is a member based not for profit organisation with approximately 200 staff and offices in 5 capital cities.
About the role
The Accreditation Coordinator is a new role that forms part of the wider service delivery Team. They will provide support to internal operations staff to deliver NATAs accreditation services with a client-centric and professional approach. Specifically, the Accreditation Coordinator will assist the process of ensuring timely and accurate solutions are offered to stakeholders accreditation needs and requests. We provide extensive training to detail further the accreditation programs and the industries in which we operate.
Planning, coordinating and following up specified assessment activities to ensure deadlines and expectations are achieved
Providing advice and support to NATA members, and clients
Building effective relationships with NATA members to grow loyalty and commitment to NATA
Collaborating with other parts of the business such as the extended Operations Team and the Engagement and Education team to ensure knowledge remains up-to-date with assessment processes
Utilise appropriate client management tools to communicate with clients effectively
Skills, knowledge and experience needed:
Relevant academic qualifications in a related discipline such as scientific, engineering and business or equivalent experience (preferred)
Professional experience with accreditation services, client management or equivalent activities would be highly desired
Demonstrated ability in project management skills
Demonstrated experience in building effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholders
Sound analytical and problem-solving skills
Strong written business and verbal communication skills
Excellent time management skills and the ability to prioritise effectively
Intermediate skills and practical experience in software applications, document and record management software, databases and a willingness to learn new systems.
Ability to work under pressure and deliver to target, monitor and report on allocated activities
Salary and Conditions
Standard work hours are 37.5 hrs a week. Desired hours are between 8:00am to 4:30pm, but we can be flexible for the right person. We offer a competitive salary package and an excellent work environment.
A full job description is available on our website. For further details, please contact Tina Mullally on 02 9736 8298 quoting Reference 2020-68.
How to apply
Interested applicants must provide a resume, including the names of three referees and a covering letter addressing the qualifications and experience in this advertisement and how this will benefit the Accreditation Coordinator role by Friday, 27 November to the following email address:
Expected commencement for this position will be in mid to late January, 2021.
Permanent Australian Residency is a pre-requisite for this position.
16/11/2020$0CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs1 Administration & Office Support
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