• 0.6 EFT (Ongoing)
  • Work with a genuine values based organisation
  • Generous salary packaging benefits available
  • Based in Sunbury (with travel between sites)

About the role:

The Client Experience and Facilities team sits within the Quality, Culture and Infrastructure Division and is responsible to ensure the efficient and effective delivery of high-quality front-line client services and managing key organisation support services and infrastructure.

The Corporate Services Team Support Officer is an integral member of the Client Experience and Facilities unit and is responsible for providing support across the organisation with a broad range of facilities, fleet and corporate services functions across all sites in line with the organisation’s strategy. Travel will be required across Hume and the Macedon Ranges covering Sunbury, Kyneton, Woodend and Romsey.

About you:

You will be a motivated individual with previous experience in corporate support and facilities administration.

Strong communication skills with the ability to work collaboratively, problem-solve and have excellent time management will see you fit into our support team.

The successful candidate will be required to undertake and maintain a National Criminal History Check (NCHC), an NDIS Safety Screening check and hold a current valid Working With Children Check.  As a healthcare provider, all our staff will need to be vaccinated for COVID-19 or have a medical exemption by an authorised medical practitioner.

Further Information:

Position Description

For a confidential discussion, please contact Lisa Murray, Manager Client Experience & Facilities on 0437 909 132 or email lisa.murray@scchc.org.au.

How to apply:

As an employer, we value diversity and encourage applicants from all cultures and backgrounds.

To be considered for a role, your application must include a cover letter, resume (including 3 referees) and responses to the Key Selection Criteria, which need to be submitted via email to: lisa.murray@scchc.org.au

Applications Close:  Thursday 2 December 2021, 5pm