About the role
The Administration Officer position has a key role in the organisation, to ensure that the daily activities at the centre run smoothly. The position is the first point of contact for enquiries and presents a welcoming and professional face for the organisation. The position ensures that the administration, reception, student records, IT systems and some marketing actions are systematically and regularly managed according to the values, strategic plan, policies and procedures of CNLC.
The Administration Officer undertakes the regular collection, recording and reporting of RTO and other data in accordance with CNLC’s contractual obligations for the Skills for Education and Employment (SEE), Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP), Skills First and Adult Community Education (ACFE) in conjunction with the Further Education Coordinator (FEC) and Student Records Administrator (SRA).
The Administration Officer will work as a vital member of the staff team, participating in the centre and program specific planning processes.
About the organisation
The Carlton Neighbourhood Learning Centre (the Centre) is a values-driven community not for profit Neighbourhood House, Learn Local provider and Registered Training Organisation (RTO). We combine a unique program of adult education and training, community development, environmental programs, over several sites in both the City of Yarra and City of Melbourne.
Please see the website for the CNLC vision, organisational values, statement of purposes and other background information - www.cnlc.org.au.
Our mission is to “successfully work with the community of Carlton and surrounding areas to connect people, create opportunity, promote equity and challenge disadvantage”. Our values are belonging, respect, responsiveness, innovation, resilience and integrity. Our strategic directions are: building individual capacity, bringing communities together and advocating for community health, sustainability and wellbeing.
How to apply for this role
Please address your application to the CNLC Further Education Coordinator Sarah Deasey. General queries can be made in business hours on 03 9347-2739.
In a separate document, write to the Key Selection Criteria listed in the job description.
Applications not fully addressing the Key Selection Criteria will not be considered or contacted.
Attach a current resume, cover letter and two recent employment referee contact details.
- Submit your full application by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Applications close: 9:00am Monday 3rd February, 2020.
CNLC plans to conduct interviews in the week of the 3rd of February 2020 with the expectation for the position to commence as soon as possible after appointment.
Please quote in application: Administration Officer via Pro Bono Australia.