Venue Operations Officer

at Treasury
Published August 31, 2022
Location Sydney, Australia
Category Management  
Job Type Full-time  
Salary
$74,117 - $81,158

Description

Venue Operations Officer Treasury location Sydney. $74,117 - $81,158.

Make a difference to the people of nsw be part of a supportive and high performing team. Leverage your administration skills. Support the overall operations of Treasury’s facilities management function by assisting in maximising space utilisation and providing exceptional customer service.

About the opportunity join a highly collaborative, flexible, and inclusive team in a progressive organisation. The Venue Operations Officer supports the management of the space portfolio and services provided to ensure a high standard of customer service is delivered and that the available space is utilised to its full potential.

The role of Venues Operations Officer is part of Treasury’s Facilities Management team and supports venues utilised by both NSW Treasury and the Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC). The role ensures the smooth delivery of day-to-day meeting room operations, associated meeting room services as well as supporting the overall operations of Treasury’s facilities management function.

About you ideally, you will embody these attributes you have experience with administrative activities, in a variety of industries. You are a team player; you enjoy the challenge of working within various teams to deliver exceptional service.

You are able to perform central duties autonomously, identify issues before they arise and exercise initiative and judgement in taking an appropriate course of action. You are able to view issues from a range of perspectives, solve difficult administrative problems and communicate complex administrative matters clearly to a range of audiences.

About the team the Facilities Management team is part of the Financial & Operations Group in NSW Treasury. Facilities Management is responsible for the operational control of buildings and other facilities belonging the Treasury Cluster.

We coordinate the building's maintenance and repairs, ensure facilities related systems are fit for purpose and provide on-site support to our Treasury colleagues and external visitors in order to maintain a safe, clean and productive environment for the staff.

Management of data and maintenance of various systems will be key in helping the team plan and deliver the upcoming Accommodation Strategy. About NSW treasury nsw Treasury is the NSW Government’s principal whole-of-government financial and economic adviser.

Treasury provides advice to inform budget decision-making; manages the State’s principal financial assets and liabilities; monitors the performance of its commercial agencies; advises on performance and financial management policies.

Supports the development of policy advice and implementation of programs focused on energy, climate-change mitigation and adaptation, and the transformation to a new low-cost, clean-energy economy.

Our State is made up of diverse communities with different needs. Treasury assists the Government to serve these communities by supporting the design and delivery of policies and programs. It is essential that we understand and involve these communities in delivering our work.

We believe a diverse workplace, where the best people collaborate effectively, is a positive and productive workplace. Therefore, we are always on the lookout for candidates who can bring diverse perspectives that reflect NSW communities and ensure the delivery of a world-class public service for the people of NSW.

Talent pool a talent pool may be created through this recruitment process. A talent pool represents a group of applicants who have been assessed and identified as suitable for this role or similar roles and who may be considered for a range of similar roles, including temporary, term, or ongoing roles, over the next 18 months.

Candidate assessment you may be asked to undertake further assessments as part of the recruitment process for this position, which may include, but are not limited to, psychometric assessments (e.g., personality and cognitive abilities assessments) and/or work tasks.