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  • Executive Assistant

    About the business Lifeline Canberra exists to support people in crisis and save the lives of those experiencing thoughts of suicide. For over 46 years, our highly skilled volunteers have provided 247 support via our local 13 11 14 crisis support service. About the role To provide personalised support underpinning the activity of the CEO whilst contributing to the efficiency of the organisation by providing strategic administrative support. Responsibilities Act as the point of contact among executives, employees, clients and other external partners Manage information flow in a timely and accurate manner Manage executives calendars and set up meetings Make travel and accommodation arrangements Rack daily expenses and prepare weekly, monthly or quarterly reports Analysis and actioning of requests of the CEO Oversee the performance and well-being of team members Format information for internal and external communication “ memos, emails, presentations, reports Take dictation and minutes and writing up accordingly Producing reports and presentations Screen and direct phone calls and distribute correspondence Establishment, organisation and maintenance the office filing system Support the well-being of the CEO and executive Negotiating and re-prioritising own and the CEOs schedule, given heavy workloads, tight deadlines, and conflicting high-level commitments and priorities Board secretariat duties (compiling board papers, distribution of meeting agendas and reports, supporting action items and facilitation of board correspondence). Benefits and perks Culture The successful candidate will be welcomed into a unique culture and environment. Incredible tax structure Lifeline is a charity organisation and candidates will attract PBI benefits with additional taxation benefits. Flexibility Team members are afforded flexible working conditions (Flex and TOIL). Skills and experience Hard and Soft Skills requirement Minimum 3 years experience as an EA Work experience as an Executive Assistant andor Personal Assistant Excellent MS Office knowledge Outstanding organisational and time management skills Familiarity with office gadgets and applications (e.g. e-calendars and copy machines) Excellent verbal and written communications skills Discretion and confidentiality Ability to multitask and prioritise tasks Attention to detail People and interpersonal skills The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as an executive assistant? Whats your expected annual base salary? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence? Do you have secretarial experience?

    location Canberra ACT 2601, Australia


  • Executive Assistant to the Chief Technology Officer

    Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Shared Services ICT Technology Services Administrative Services Officer Class 4 Salary Range 66,656 - 72,175 (PN 24719) Executive Assistant to the Chief Technology Officer Working in administration and seeking a new challenge? Do you have an interest in ICT? Looking to join a supportive team? Are you a proactive individual, team player and an administrative professional with an aptitude for technology? Then we have a job for you We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join the SSICT Executive Office team as Executive Assistant to the Chief Technology Officer (CTO). What you will do The Executive Assistant to the CTO in Shared Services ICT will provide expert support by developing and maintaining effective administrative processes to ensure the smooth operation of the Executive Office. You will also provide administrative support to your branch and work collaboratively in a team environment to achieve shared goals on behalf of the SSICT Executive Office. What we require To be successful in the role, you will need a willingness to work as part of a team, excellent time management skills and the ability develop and maintain productive working relationships. Your experience and interest in ICT as well as proficiency in Microsoft OfficeOffice 365 including SharePoint and Visio, will enable you to excel in this position. About Shared Services ICT Shared Services ICT (SSICT) provides a comprehensive range of ICT and allied services to the Directorates. It delivers a modern ICT environment including cloud provision, data centres and an extensive optical-fibre voice and data network backed with high quality server and desktop support. SSICT also provides ICT project management, application development, and teams of staff co-located in directorate locations providing contextual advice and guidance as well as business system support services. How to Apply Please review the attached Position Description and apply by emailing the following documents to jobsact.gov.au A completed Application Coversheet, Your current Resume, A two-page written response to support your application. Please provide evidence of your suitability for the role by including examples that clearly demonstrate your relevant skills, knowledge and behavioural capabilities as required. Notes This is a temporary vacancy available for three months, with the possibility of extension andor permanency from this process. Selection may be based on written application and referee reports only. Contact Officer Andreza Redmayne (02) 6207 8107 andreza.redmayneact.gov.au For further information, please visit www.jobs.act.gov.au Applications Close 24 March 2019

    location Canberra ACT 2601, Australia


  • Secretariat Officer | APS6

    Secretariat Officer APS6 Gillian Beaumont Legal is pleased to present an opportunity for an APS6 Secretariat Officer to join a large Commonwealth Government Department. This position is being offered as a short term contract lasting to the end of financial year, and the preference is for an immediate start. As the successful candidate you will be required to manage the teams work flow in the midst of an extremely busy period for the Department. This will include managing relationships with external stakeholders, taking the minutes of meetings and preparing action plans to circulate. The successful candidate will also have the opportunity to engage in drafting and preparing legal policy. The preference is for the successful candidate to have legal qualifications with experience working with, and developing, legal policy. Strong organisational and communication skills are essential. Prior Executive Assistant experience in a litigious context will be highly regarded, as will general experience working in the APS. For a discreet conversation about this position please contact Jeremy Boland, Principal Consultant, or Tom Gibson, Associate Consultant, on 02 6126 4500. To apply, please submit your CV via Seek. Email Please click the Apply Now button below.

    location Canberra ACT 2601, Australia


  • Migration Assistant

    Employer The Embassy of Sweden has been established as an employer of local staff in Australia for more than 50 years. It promotes an attractive employment package and great working conditions and benefits with adherence to Australian Workplace Laws. The Embassy boasts an established, professional and dedicated small team that values equality and transparency in the workplace. Job Brief The Embassy of Sweden is looking to employ a Migration Assistant in a full-time office position. In this role you will be responsible for Swedish migration matters within the embassy. This person is essential to the day to day administration of permit and visas. You will perform a variety of tasks such as managing the visa query line and e-mail communication, administering applications in the Swedish Migration Agency™s system and booking and conducting interviews. On the job training will be provided in the use of Wilma, the Swedish Migration Agency data system. Experience in computerised booking or data entry systems is desirable. If you are a reliable and service minded individual with excellent communication skills, acts with a sense of discretion and would like a role that can grow with your abilities and interest, this job is for you. Responsibilities Manage all migration matters under the guidelines set by the Swedish Migration Agency First point of contact for phone and e-mail enquiries related to migration Facilitate contact between the applicant and the Swedish Migration Agency Administer permit and visa applications and the delivery of formal migration decisions Manage the booking schedule for interviews and biometrics Conduct scheduled interviews and uptake of biometric data Payment processing Maintain filing for accessibility, audit and archive purposes Provide administrative support to other departments Other tasks as required Skills and Experience Experience in the Microsoft Office Suite Highly experienced in customer service Excellent communication skills, fluent in English, both written and verbal Understanding of data privacy standards, integrity and honesty Experience in interpreting legislation is an advantage Attention to detail and high degree of accuracy Ability to organise and prioritise workload in a busy and fluctuating environment Must be well-presented Knowledge of Swedish or other Nordic languages and culture would also be an advantage Remuneration Annual salary AUD 45,000 “ 54,999, negotiable based on experience, + superannuation, salary paid monthly, private health insurance, generous Annual Leave allowance, 36 hour working week. To Apply To apply please submit your curriculum vitae and a one-page response with examples of how you fit the Job Brief and Skills and Exprience as stated. Applications should be received by 25 March 2019. Please mark your application œMigration Assistant 2019 For questions regarding the position please contact Malin Nilsson, telephone 02 6270 2722. Background and security checks will be conducted during the employment process. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location Canberra ACT 2601, Australia


  • Hire Controller

    PremiAir is an Established HireService company that specialises in the hire, service and sales of air compressors, generators, lighting towers, message boards and traffic management systems. At PremiAir Hire we are committed to providing our customers with unrivalled service excellence and efficient solutions. We currently have an opportunity for a skilled and experienced person to join our Operations team at our Hume, ACT depot. Reporting to the Branch Manager your duties will include but not limited to Responding to customer calls and enquiries Data entering of hire contracts Process hire contracts, delivery and collection notes Assisting customers with onoff hires (may include manual handling or use of a Forklift Truck) Various administrative functions carried out with attention to detail Chase-up purchase order numbers Maintain service records Filing Completing day sheets Ensure company policies and procedures are adhered to at all times Logistic movements Any other appropriate duties as directed The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the following skills and experience A valid manual drivers licence (for occasional deliveries by ute) A valid Forklift License is preferred but not essential to be considered for this role Previous industry experience not essential however preferred IntermediateHigh computer and literacy skills Be able to prioritise and manage your time accordingly Ability to work independently as well as being a team player Reliable and punctual A Can-Do attitude For the right applicants we offer competitive wages and on-the-job training. If the above sounds like you, please apply with your resume and a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role. Please note that the successful candidate will be required to undergo a pre-employment medical that includes drug and alcohol screening. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have customer service experience? Do you have experience in an administration role? Do you have experience in a data entry role? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence?

    location Canberra ACT 2601, Australia


  • Business Administrator

    Please click APPLY to forward your application CV, along with the above trades qualifications as well as proof of ID....

    location Duntroon, Campbell ACT 2600, Australia


  • Administration Support Officer

    Administrative support services include electronic filing and records management, maintenance of official registers and documents, scanning and copying...

    location Duntroon, Campbell ACT 2600, Australia


  • ICT Contract Administrator

    Justice and Community Safety Corrective Services Information and Business Solutions Unit Senior Officer Grade C Salary Range 100,462 - 108,140 (PN 36760) Details ACT Corrective Services (ACTCS) is offering an exciting opportunity for a highly experienced and enthusiastic person to fill the role of ICT Contract Administrator, (SOGC) within Corporate Services. The successful applicant will provide administrative assistance and support in managing existing and new ICT contracts for various security systems at ACTCS. You will also have a demonstrated ability to build mutually beneficial relationships with key personnel from operational arms of the agency and various suppliers of systems. In addition, you will be able to demonstrate the ability to assist in development and management of complex contracts as per the ACT Procurement Act and Memorandum of Understandings (MoU) with other Australian jurisdiction. Further to this, you will critically analyse contract related information including supplier contract reporting (Service Level Agreements - SLAs and KPIs), and prepare, interpret, maintain, review and report on key performance indicators of various ICT contracts. To be successful, you will be required to demonstrate exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, in addition to high level conceptual and analytical skills. The ACT Public Service supports workforce diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, culturally diverse people and those who identify as LGBTIQ are encouraged to apply. EligibilityOther Requirements Minimum five years ICT Contract Administrationmanagement experience (preferably in security systems with managed service contract). Tertiary qualification in relevant field (e.g. ElectricalElectronic Engineering, Computer Science or Business) is highly desirable. Understanding of Corrective Services Custodial Operation is highly desirable. How to apply Applicants are required to submit four items (1) ACT Government Application Cover Sheet (2) statement of claims against specified selection criteria (3) a current resume and (4) the names and contact details of two referees (one should be a current SupervisorManager). Please ensure you submit all four items. Contact Officer Dayanand Deshmukh (02) 6207 8842 dayanand.deshmukhact.gov.au For further information, please visit www.jobs.act.gov.au Applications Close 17 March 2019

    location Canberra ACT 2601, Australia


  • Member Engagement Coordinator

    ACN is the national, professional body representing, educating and connecting Australia™s vibrant community of nurses. At ACN, we™re proud of our diverse and dynamic workforce and are looking for similarly dedicated individuals to join our team. We are committed to high performing teams, which is why ACN offers values based leadership a comprehensive onboarding program including a Buddy an office-wide Christmas period shutdown professional development opportunities pay above industry standards various team engagement activities health and wellbeing programmes With a strong focus on advancing nurse leadership “ improving the careers of nurses and subsequently the quality of patient care in the community “ you can be sure that you are joining an organisation that makes a positive impact. So if you are looking to be part of a high performing team within an affirmative and learning based culture, ACN is looking for you The primary responsibility of this role is to liaise and communicate with the membership to improve their experience and to coordinate and manage the Communities of Interest and Regional groups within ACN™s engagement structures. To be considered for this exciting role, you will need to meet the following selection criteria and demonstrate how you meet these in a covering letter Experience in stakeholdermember engagement and relationship management Proven excellence in customer service An understanding of the profession of nursing and the core business of ACN Demonstrated high-level computer skills and proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office software. Proven ability and willingness to work collaboratively with a diverse group of internal and external customers. Demonstrated high-level written and verbal communication skills. Proven well-developed interpersonal, problem solving and time management skills Demonstrated ability to multi-task in a high volume and deadline driven environment whilst maintaining a high standard of work Background in nursing with a valid registration with Nursing and Midwifery Board (NMBA) or experience in membership organisations is highly desirable. Please note applications that do not include a covering letter addressing all of the selection criteria and a CV will not be considered. applications for this position will close at 4.00 pm on Friday 29th March, 2019. For enquiries or further information, please email people.innovationacn.edu.au The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have customer service experience? Do you have experience in an administration role? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with?

    location Canberra ACT 2601, Australia


  • Cadet building certifier/administrative support

    Certis is a national building certification business, established since 2000. We work hard to make sure that everyone in the community enjoys a safe built environment. We love what we do and we excel at finding innovative, expert technical solutions that meet client objectives and achieve regulatory compliance. Our clients include architects, builders, project managers, developers and government agencies. Our ACT Office is currently working on projects that range from iconic buildings, commercial refurbishments and shop fitouts, to community housing and some of the largest residential and commercial builds in the ACT. We are looking for the right person to fill a pivotal role in our Canberra Office. Working closely with the head of our ACT Office, Adam, the successful applicant will learn the business from the ground up Well provide on-the-job training and support so you can learn all aspects of the building administrative system. If you are keen to pursue a career as a building certifier, we will make sure you learn from the best and have every opportunity to achieve your career goals. We might be the right fit for you if you have strong clerical and administrative skills, and are collaborative adaptable creative analytical and a great communicator The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have experience in an administration role? Which of the following Microsoft Office products are you experienced with? Whats your expected annual base salary? Do you have experience in a data entry role?

    location Canberra ACT 2601, Australia


  • Customer Care & Administration Officer

    Customer Care Administration Officer About Us eWAY is a leading, well respected and award winning eCommerce service provider helping customers trade online. We process billions in payments every year across the globe for tens of thousands of businesses. We are merchant centric and believe in offering our community a safe, reliable, and frictionless payment gateway which is a cornerstone to their growth and success. We are part of the Global Payments network (NYSE GPN) and the only provider with a real people 247 local and omnichannel customer service offering. At eWAY, our people come first. We believe our employees are our most valuable asset. As part of Global Payments, we strive to provide unparalleled job opportunities and connections throughout Australia and Worldwide. Our culture of diversity and high performance was built through an open, welcoming and fast paced workplace. We encourage a healthy, active workplace, with a friendly, accepting environment for all. Check out why our staff love to work here by clicking this link httpsezidebit-1.wistia.commedias3u60sp3sye About the Role The Customer Care and Administration Officer sits within the eWAY Support team, nurturing new and existing clients, whilst also providing ongoing administrative support to the wider business. As part of this role your responsibilities will include Providing professional and efficient administrative support Assisting with facilities management Ensuring eWAY Merchants are registered to accept AMEX transactions at the agreed rate Completion of all required account changes for existing clients Maintain client data and ensures its integrity Meet and greet visitors and Liaising with banks in relation to merchant accounts. About you To be successful in this role you will be someone with a passion for customer service who possesses the following skills and attributes Passionate about delivering an amazing customer experience Excellent administrative skills with high attention to detail Good communicator with a strong customer service ethic Ability to work in a fast paced, deadline driven environment Experience in the payments industry is not necessary and all are encouraged to apply Apply now with a resume and cover letter, outlining how your skills and experience make you the right person for this role. For a confidential discussion please contact Rebekah Hardwicke on 0435 028 895 or rebekah.hardwickeeway.com.au Please note recruitment for this position will commence immediately. Interviews may occur prior to the end of the advertising period and this role may be filled accordingly. We respectfully ask that no recruitment agencies contact us in regards to this position. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location Canberra ACT 2601, Australia


  • Administrative Assistant

    Are you looking for an interesting, challenging and satisfying job, where you feel that you have contributed something worthwhile? Women™s Hospitals Australasia (WHA) is seeking a self-motivated and highly personable team player to join our small team in Canberra in a newly created Administrative Assistant position. WHA is a not for profit organisation that seeks to promote excellence in the provision of clinical care to women and babies in both Australasia. WHA works in partnership with Childrens Healthcare Australasia (CHA) with all staff supporting both organisations. www.wcha.asn.au This part-time role (16hrs week over 4 days) involves (but is not limited to) support of a dynamic growing team, Front-of-Office Functions, Liaising with internal and external stakeholders membership support enquiries, Printing Photocopying scanning Preparation of all delegate packs and other resources needed for meetings and conferences Monitoring stationery Basic Cleaning Tidying of office The successful applicant will havebe (Selection Criteria) Demonstrated outstanding communication skills Intermediate experience with Microsoft Office Suite Understanding of the necessity of confidentiality Capacity to problem solve Prioritise Organisational Time management skills Demonstrated experience in delivering accuracy of information, speed of processing attention to detail Ability to multi-task, to show initiative and to self-initiate a team player who is flexible and is supportive ofvalues the existing positive team culture A positive, upbeat, Can-do, momentum contributor who appreciates the opportunity to learn new skills Administrative experience in the healthcare or not-for-profit sectors and an interest in Womens Childrens health would be a distinct advantage. We offer a family-friendly, flexible working environment and the opportunity to learn new skills. This position may suit a parentcarer seeking some stimulating work during school hours. Applicants will need to provide A covering letter addressing why a part-time position is of particular interest to you and why you are connected to the mission statement of WHA CHA Your Resume Your response to the Selection criteria listed above Applications will only be considered if all of the above are submitted. Please forward applications to Gill McGaw at gmcgawwcha.asn.au . Applications close Friday 29 March 2019 Submissions via recruitment agencies will not be considered Short-listed applicants will be contacted directly Please note, only successful applicants will be contacted The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location Canberra ACT 2601, Australia


  • Space Coordinator /Space Runner

    Workspace Coordinator Runner Looking for something a little different and a chance to build on your retail or hospitality skills? Come and be part of WOTSO in Canberra, the innovative workspace provider taking over Australia (and beyond, if we have anything to say about it) Were looking for outgoing, confident individuals who can help us bring in new members to the space, work to build a community through events planning and execution and above all keep the space looking great. If youve got an eye for detail, a passion for customer service and the drive to get the job done, then drop us a line with your resume and cover letter. What is WOTSO you ask? Check us out here www.wotso.com Still need to know more? Heres what were looking forwhat you need to bring to the table. SkillsAttributes guaranteed to get you a second glance If you have experience in reception and customer service, retail or hospitality environments. Enjoy human interaction “ theres a lot of it in this role, so if youre not a people person, this ones not for you. Friendly, approachable. An eagle eye for detail. The sell in our business is all about first impressions and the spaceour team must be looking their best at all times. Good admin skills, organised. Be up for the challenge. At WOTSO we champion the continued development and like people who love a challenge. You dont grow by staying in your comfort zone. Some of the stuff youll do Be one of the go to people for visitors Helping members have a great day, event, meeting “ every time. ˜Setting up the shop front™ and closing down at night Stocking kitchens and breakout areas Maintaining tidy presentation of reception and communal areas Admin management of meeting room bookings Helping with receptionadmin duties as required Assisting in event coordination and planning Providing support, as needed to senior management NO AGENCIES PLEASE The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have customer service experience? Whats your expected annual base salary?

    location Canberra ACT 2601, Australia


  • Program Officer

    We are An organisation working to achieve social and public good outcomes in the international development sector Committed to a strong team culture Position responsibilities, under direction Ensure the project management management is kept up to date and utilise it to generate reports as required Prepare documentation for contracts and agreements Liaise with key stakeholders in relation to projectsactivity contracts, financial and administrative matters Reconcile invoices against contractsagreements and arrange authorisation for payment Providing administrative support across a range of tasks, as required Support marketing and communications activities as needed. Relationship management Develop and maintain positive working relationships with colleagues and external stakeholders. Represent the Australian Water Partnership and eWater in a positive and professional manner You are an easy-going personality, with high level motivation, focus and initiative. You have the ability to quickly and easily form relationships with internal and external stakeholders Keen to work in the DevelopmentAid sector and utilise your international knowledge andor experience (particularly in the Asia Pacific Region) but Able to focus on your core job, ensuring attention to detail and meeting deliverables, whilst adding value to the broader organisation. The Australian Water Partnership (AWP) is a DFAT funded government grant, managed by eWater. The AWP Program team is based in Canberra, and works with partners and stakeholders across Australia and internationally. We™d love to hear from you if you have at least two years relevant experience and education and training in relation to program support structures and administration. Any knowledge andor experience in the following would be highly desirable programproject management water management projects in developing countries use of project management software systems You™ve probably got a few other skills as well, which we really want to hear about. Other useful information This is a fixed term position of up to four years based on business requirements and continuing DFAT funding of the Australian Water Partnership Grant. Located in Bruce, there is easy public transport and parking available. www.ewater.org.au www.waterpartnership.org.au Applications to careersewater.org.au The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?

    location Canberra ACT 2601, Australia


  • Administration Assistant - Part Time

    Administration Assistant - Part Time About this role We are currently looking for a part-time administration assistant trainee conveyancer to join our friendly, flexible, small but growing commercial law firm (approx. 15-25 hours per week, negotiated span of dayshours). Daily tasks will include all the usual legal admin and conveyancing tasks (phone calls, emails, diary management, routine correspondence, client-relations etc) “ detailed description available on request. Selection Criteria The right person for this job is a mature, smart and pleasant person with a good sense of humour and substantial common sense. This person can deal with all sorts of people adapt to different situations fit right in with our small but growing team and keep our legal services machine well-oiled. SkillsExperience Years and years of previous legal office admin experience is not essential but will be an advantage. Sound computing skills are a must. The right person will need to be able to type quickly and accurately acquire advanced word processing and document automation skills (such as cross-referencing and indexing) within a very short period of time and be motivated to learn core conveyancing practices in a fast-paced environment. Salary Salary will be negotiated with suitable applicants on a case-by-case basis appropriately reflective of skills, experience and agreed hours. Application Process Please send a brief cover letter and resume to Zoe Dyson-Smith by email to zoenamadgilegal.com.au

    location Canberra ACT 2601, Australia


  • Business Manager

    Applications Applications addressing the selection criteria below, together with a CV, should be emailed to the AEU Office at Dawn.nixonaeuact.org.au by COB Friday 15 March 2019. For further information please contact Dawn Nixon, Business Manager at the AEU Office on 02 6272 7900. Business Manager Full Time Permanent The Australian Education Union - ACT Branch invites applications for the above vacancy. Members of the ACT Government Service are eligible to take LWOP from the employer to fill this position. Duties of the Position Manage the financial activities of the office including budget development and reporting, payroll, payables and receivables. Lead, manage and develop a team of administration staff. Manage the Branch human resource systems and compliancegovernance framework. Lead the development and delivery of member support services. Oversee the membership database and provide guidance on the development and application of membership management procedures. Oversee the provision of a comprehensive meeting support service for member meetings. Manage contractual and compliance obligations on behalf of the Branch. Selection Criteria A minimum of five years financial experience managing budgets and financial processes, including oversight of financial statements. Demonstrated ability to manage, lead and develop staff. High level written communication skills. Advanced skills in the Microsoft Office suite of programs. Understanding of database management principles and ability to learn new systems. Understanding of the public education environment. (Desirable) Understanding of the Registered Organisations Commission (Desirable) Understanding of the Australian Electoral Commission (Desirable) Special Conditions Salary 104,630 “ 112,626 License It is a requirement of this position that employees have a current driver™s licence and a registered and appropriately insured motor vehicle for use in the position. Employees are entitled to an allowance for work related travel. The AEU™s Objectives To obtain and secure for its members the best possible conditions and proper and sufficient remuneration and to guard them against any hardship, oppression or injustice in connection with their employment. To foster, protect and promote the interests of government and public education, including kindergarten and preschool education, infants and primary education, secondary education, technical and further education, education at universities and colleges of advanced education and recurrent education. Applications Applications addressing the selection criteria, together with a CV, should be emailed to the AEU Office at Dawn.nixonaeuact.org.au by COB Friday 15 March 2019. For further information please contact Dawn Nixon, Business Manager at the AEU Office on 02 6272 7900.

    location Canberra ACT 2601, Australia


  • Office Administrator

    Attending calls, recording, preparing, sorting, classifying and filing information. Duties and Responsibilities....

    location Gungahlin ACT 2912, Australia


  • Corporate Receptionist

    Due to internal growth and career progression, Dairy Australia are looking for an energetic and enthusiastic Corporate Receptionist who will be required to...

    location Duntroon, Campbell ACT 2600, Australia


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