Work for a leading environmental enterprise, New office located in the Perth CBD.
Greening Australia is a national, action orientated, environmental enterprise. Our mission is to restore landscapes at scale through collaborative, science-based and innovative programs. We collaborate with a broad range of partners to plan, develop and deliver scalable solutions for the biggest environmental challenges facing Australia.
We believe that people thrive when nature thrives, and we work to translate this shared value into practice. We integrate societal, environmental and financial benefits for our clients by delivering on ground win / win solutions.
Our projects include:
improving farm productivity using proven regenerative agriculture methods;
storing CO2 emissions through accredited biodiverse carbon offsetting;
conserving Australian landscapes through innovative and large-scale approaches to biodiverse restoration; and
supporting Traditional Owners and Indigenous organisations to heal, restore and manage land, including delivery of conservation and land management training.
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced, self-driven Executive Assistant to join our dynamic and high performing organisation.
Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, you will be responsible for the delivery of timely, efficient and effective administration, executive support, information coordination and confidential secretarial support. The role will also consist of involvement in special projects and other organisational initiatives as required.
Other responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Acting as the first point of contact to the COO with internal and external stakeholders
Conduct research and collect and analyse data to produce correspondence, memos, presentations and reports of both a general and confidential nature on behalf of the COO
Provide timely, effective diary management by prioritising and organising meetings with internal and external stakeholders in consultation with the COO
In addition to the above, you will have the ability to build and develop relationships with the COO and members of the leadership team. You will also have the opportunity to strategically shape the role to create processes that work for you and the COO.
Requirements to be successful
Relevant qualifications and minimum of 5 years experience in providing executive support and assistance at a senior level
Demonstrated experience in organising workshops and meetings, including preparation and distribution of papers
Experience in providing a broad range of administrative and related clerical services
Strong business acumen
Flexibility to meet sometimes rapidly changing priorities and variable working duties and hours.
Strong communication skills and ability to compose and present correspondence of a non-specialist nature
Advanced skills in office computing applications including word processing, spreadsheets, databases management, presentation software such as PowerPoint or similar, and email
Exceptional organisational and time management skills, the capacity to successfully manage competing priorities, maintain attention to detail and meet deadlines
Capacity to work independently and collaboratively in a geographically dispersed team environment
Outstanding interpersonal and oral communication skills, including demonstrated ability to develop productive relationships with staff at all levels and with external stakeholders
Demonstrated capacity to maintain high levels of discretion and exercise of sound judgement with regards to confidential matter
Tertiary qualifications in business or related discipline
Knowledge of the not for profit sector and/or Environmental sector
Experience Microsoft Dynamics NAV or other Enterprise Resource Planning
Demonstrated knowledge of and experience in managing regulatory compliance.
Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of corporate governance and the ability to incorporate and encourage its application in practice.
Benefits and perks
Work for a leading environmental enterprise
New office facility located in the Perth CBD
Flexible working arrangements
Click apply now and attach a one-page cover letter (addressing your motivation for the role and the position requirements) and resume.
Applications close COB Monday 5 April 2021.
22/03/2021$0Perth1 Administration & Office Support
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