About the Role
- Supportive and Inclusive Team Environment working for leading NFP organisation
- Permanent, Full time – Flexible work from home and office
- Work from Brisbane, Sydney or Adelaide
The Administration Officer, Auslan at Home will be proactive in coordinating all aspects of the ‘Auslan at Home’ sessions run by Deaf Connect.
The Administration Officer, Auslan at Home will provide additional co-ordination and administration support as directed by the Community Education, Team Leader. They will also be required in peak times to support the operations of the wider education team.
The role will also support the administration of ‘Auslan at Home’ sessions including dealing with initial enquiries, managing internal referrals, working out and providing quotes on individualised sessions, completing service agreements, invoicing and following up account payments, setting up and maintaining participant files and updating the database.
In your application, let us know if you have these key skills and experience:
- Auslan skills
- Demonstrated ability to perform administrative tasks including, customer and trainer liaison, bookings of sessions and filing systems
- Computer skills: Proficient level of Microsoft Office Suite particularly Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and general database knowledge
- Ability to adopt a flexible approach to work tasks and preparedness to implement changes as the need and opportunity arise
- Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to promote the service in a professional manner
- Ability to work with minimal supervision
- Sound organisational and time management skills.
You should also let us know if you have these other great skills:
- Post-secondary studies in office and administrative studies or equivalent experience
- Understanding of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
- Experience in working within a team environment.
Deaf Connect is the largest, whole-of-life service provider and social impact organisation for Deaf, deafblind and hard of hearing Australians. We stand with the Deaf community to build capacity and influence social change while paying respect to history, culture and language.
Our organisational values of Heart, Courage, and Discovery stand with the Deaf community to build capacity and influence social change while paying respect to history, culture, and language.
We offer an attractive benefits program including:
- Salary packaging, enabling you to make huge savings on tax and maximise your pay
- Flexibility regarding working arrangements
- Discount membership to gyms and facilities throughout Australia
- Free annual flu vaccinations
- Free comprehensive online learning portal
- Free financial wellness support through our default super fund
How to Apply
To apply you must submit the following:
- Either a Cover Letter or a link to your Auslan video recording outlining how your skills and experience meet the position requirements as outlined in the position description (no more than 1.5 pages or 5 min Auslan video recording)
- An up-to-date resume including your name, contact details, employment history and qualifications.
If you have further questions about the role, you can contact our friendly People and Culture team on [email protected]
Deaf Connect is an equal-opportunity employer. The successful candidate will require a NDIS WC and Blue Card prior to commencement.