Appel à candidature : Save the Children International recrute un(e) Agent d’administration en Australie.






Where you come in:

In this full time, permanent role based in Mount Isa, you’ll act as the first point of contact for internal and external stakeholders, provide administrative support for the teams, and will support the efficient and effective running of the office in a proactive and professional manner. You’ll work closely with Queensland’s Senior Administration team, and other Save The Children staff members.

You will make an impact by:

  • Providing administrative, secretarial and general office support to the Mount Isa team;
  • Coordinating monthly resource and stationery and food orders including freight and postage coordination;
  • Organising contractors and quotes as required to meet office needs;
  • Providing friendly assistance to staff, community members and stakeholders, ensuring they are welcomed and supported;
  • Ensuring the reception area is clean and tidy at all times.

Does this sound like you?

You’re an adaptable all-rounder, ideally with a background in reception or admin support and you’re willing and able to learn new systems. Your organisational skills alongside your attention to detail will support the efficient and effective running of the office. You’re personable and friendly, and you’ll easily build strong positive relationships with stakeholders at the Centre and the community.

This role requires:

  • Excellent customer service skills;
  • Highly developed verbal and written communication skills;
  • Strong time management and organisational skills;
  • High levels of attention to detail and quality;
  • Typing and computer literacy skills;
  • Ideally, experience in a reception or administrative role.

Having a certification in business or administration would be great, but if you don’t, we can assist you to access appropriate training.

Working at 54 reasons is more than just a job.

We are a learning organisation that invests in the development and wellbeing of our people. Our workforce is 680+ people strong, and proudly diverse, whether in race, ethnicity, gender, age, disability, sexuality, cultures and beliefs.

We are creative, connected and accountable, bringing energy, guts and ideas to all we do to champion children in Australia and partner with families, communities and partners to bring about change.

Our people work from both home and office, with important moments held in-person to foster belonging and support professional development. Our leave provisions include personal, ceremonial and family violence leave as well as the ability to purchase additional leave. Remuneration is benchmarked and we offer full non-profit salary packaging benefits.

Applications close : Wednesday 22nd February 2023.

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