- Job posted on: 19th Aug 2019
- Applications close:
The Community Liaison (CL) is the main point of contact for the public, and uses their role to contribute to the building of relationships with constituents and community groups, to help address their concerns and engage them in the work of the Leader and the Greens. The CL is part of a four person Operations Team that ensures the efficient and effective running of the Leader’s Electorate Office.
The CL assumes management of the Leader’s in-coming and out-going correspondence: coordinating, analysing, drafting and reviewing responses to the Leader’s correspondence to ensure that information provided is timely, accurate and consistent.
The CL liaises with the Leader’s Policy Team and Senior Management Team to ensure the quality and consistency of correspondence responses provided, so that all issues are addressed, information is factual, accurate, timely and succinct, and the language and tone used is appropriate.
The CL will manage the Leader’s Electorate Office reception service, as well as administration services, such as the ongoing maintenance of office filing systems, technology, stationery and general office supplies, and will provide other general administrative duties as directed by the ORHM and Chief of Staff.
The position will be based in Melbourne and require occasional travel to Canberra.
The position is offered under the Members of Parliament (Staff) Act 1984, and employment conditions are outlined in the Commonwealth Members of Parliament Staff Collective Agreement 2016–2019. In addition to the salary, a generous employer-sponsored superannuation of 15.4% of the base salary is offered.
The position offered is full-time at an Electorate Officer A classification ($68,482.00 per annum), with an additional Electorate Staff Allowance (ESA) of $8,061.00 for a total per annum salary of $76,543.00.
The position is full-time, however full-time and part-time applications are welcome.
This is an ongoing position; however, all Leader’s Office positions are open to restructure and redundancy following an election or change of leadership.
All employees are expected to sign a confidentiality and code of conduct agreement prior to the commencement of their employment. A probationary period of 3 months will apply, with the option of extending this probation period by a maximum of 2 months.
For further Information go to www.greens.org.au or see the Position Description attached below.