Central Land Jobs Vacnacies – Administration Officer

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Job Description:

The Receptionist/Administration Officer is responsible for providing efficient and effective front office reception and switchboard duties and providing administrative assistant to Tennant Creek Regional Office Staff

Job Responsibilities:

  • Screening of all visitors and incoming calls;
  • Notifying staff of appointment arrivals
  • Taking messages for absent/unavailable staff and sending messages electronically;
  • Assisting the general public with enquiries; and
  • Ensure the CLC reception area is kept in a presentable manner.
  • General Administrative duties including:
  • Ensuring program areas are maintaining effective and consistent document management by supporting the use of eDIS, CLC’s electronic document management system, as a Power User.
  • General reception duties including:
  • Managing incoming and outgoing mail, airbags, faxes and correspondence for distribution to appropriate peoples;
  • Maintaining stationary stock supplies;
  • Assisting in the preparation of general correspondence for Tennant Creek Regional Office staff;
  • Developing and maintaining efficient administrative systems and processes in the regional office; and
  • Maintain the petty cash system.
  • Assist the permits section with permit applications relevant to the region.
  • With advice from the CLC information services section, assist in maintaining a library service for Tennant Creek Regional office.
  • Assist other Central Land Council staff in the preparation of scheduled meetings.
  • Other duties that are safe, legal and logical while being within limits of the employee’s skills, competence and training consistent with the classification structure.

Job Requirements:

  • Knowledge and understanding of the overall context in which the Central Land Council operates.
  • Knowledge of Aboriginal society and culture and an understanding of relevant contemporary issues.
  • Knowledge and experience of Aboriginal people in the Central Australian setting will be highly regarded.
  • Good interpersonal skills and ability to communicate with staff at all levels, in particular, ability to communicate effectively with Aboriginal people and to respond appropriately to a variety of people and situations.
  • Sound computer skills across a range of applications, including Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and outlook, for work processing, spreadsheets, databases, electronic filing and information retrieval systems.
  • Ability to participate and contribute to the word area as a team member.
  • Ability to exercise discretion, sensitivity and confidentiality with all verbal and written communication.

Job Details:

Company: Central Land Council

Vacancy Type:  Full Time

Job Location: Alice Springs, Northern Territory, AU

Application Deadline: N/A

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