Executive Support Officer

at Department of Communities and Justice
Published August 31, 2022
Location Sydney, Australia
Category Other  
Job Type Full-time  


Executive Support Officer Department of Communities and Justice location Sydney.

Clerk Grade 3/4, Salary ($74,117 - $81,158) pro rata, plus employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading. Your role anti-Discrimination NSW strives to eliminate discrimination in New South Wales by resolving enquiries and complaints, raising awareness about discrimination and its impacts, and taking action to influence change.

The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills and works well in a team. You are resilient and able to work with competing priorities to agreed standards, budgets, and timeframes.

What you'll do as the Executive Support officer, you will be responsible in providing administrative and support services to facilitate the operation of the Anti-Discrimination Board (ADB) in the delivery of high-quality customer service.

You will provide a range of administrative and support services, including records management, routine correspondence, meeting and event coordination, to support the effective operation of the Anti-Discrimination Board.

Collect and compile information for, and prepare documentation and correspondence in line with quality and organisational requirements, to support information flow and inform decision making.

Complete routine financial transactions and purchasing services, ensuring compliance with agency standards and procedures. Respond to enquiries, and escalate and redirect issues as required, to ensure the provision of accurate information.

Update and maintain records and databases, complying with administrative systems and processes, to ensure that all information is accurate, stored correctly and accessible. Undertake projects and research as directed by the President and Executive Manager, to support and improve service delivery outcomes.

What we're looking for experience providing high-level administrative support and excellent client service. Appointments are subject to reference checks. Some roles may also require the following checks/ clearances national Criminal History Record Check in accordance with the Disability Inclusion Act 2014.

Working with Children Check clearance in accordance with the Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012. We do work that really matters working for the Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ) provides lots of opportunities to make a real difference.

We collaborate with other agencies and community partners, to improve lives and realise the potential of children, adults, families and communities. We're focused on breaking, rather than managing, disadvantage. It's work that really matters.