Part-time (22.5 hours per week) maternity leave position for 12 months, Use your strong administration skills to support a close knit team, Work for a dynamic, not-for-profit based at the ANU.
Australian Science Innovations is committed to contributing to build Australia's scientific capacity through inspiring and developing our best science students. Our mission is to be a premier provider of innovative and challenging science programs culminating in world class performance at the International Science Olympiads.
We need a part-time administration and marketing officer to fill a 12 month maternity leave position.
You will be first point of contact for enquiries from schools, teachers, students and parents. You will be responsible for the smooth running of the office, and assist the team in the administration of our programs.
This is a great opportunity to develop your marketing skills by supporting the roll out of national marketing campaigns, and take a lead role in the maintenance of our website and databases.
We would love to hear from you if you enjoy working in a small team that supports each other to get the job done.
This is a part-time (22.5 hours), maternity leave position for 12 months.
The successful applicant must have, or be successful in applying for a Working with Vulnerable People registration in the ACT.
For more information including a position description go to www.asi.edu.au/about/work-for-us
SKILLS & EXPERIENCE
Experience working in an office environment
Strong customer service skills
Proven communication skills
Strong organisational skills and attention to detail
Able to use own initiative and take responsibility for allocated tasks
Advanced Microsoft Office skills, experience in using databases
Experience working with a CMS, preferably Wordpress
Experience working with a CRM, preferably Salesforce
We need your application by Sunday 5 July 2020.
22/06/2020$0ACT1 Administration & Office Support
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