Nornie Bero has been a professional chef for over 20 years. Nornie is on a mission to take Indigenous ingredients out of fancy restaurants and into every kitchen.
As Nornie’s personal assistant you will support Nornie to drive Mabu Mabu’s mission by working alongside Nornie to manage her calendar, set and attend meetings and projects including Celebrity Chef appearances, filming projects, workshops, product innovation etc.
- Salary: Clerical Level 3 (Grade 2) - $29.40 + penalties
- Hours: 14+
- Supporting the Director and CEO
- Scheduling and calendar management
- Communicating with stakeholders and other industry professionals on Director’s behalf
- Sending proposals, briefs, quotes and meeting summaries
- Attend meetings virtually and in-person including interstate and international travel when required and take notes
- Communicate information to and on behalf of clients
- Communicate information to and on behalf of the Director
- Collect and make payments on behalf of Director when required
- Develop and maintain a network of industry contacts
- Keep marketing team up to date on upcoming events/partnerships
- General project work
- Travel Arrangements
- Document Control/Data Entry
- Working autonomously and managing highly confidential information
EXPERIENCE & REQUIREMENTS
- A minimum of 1-2 years as a Personal Assistant or similar role
- Access to the internet and a computer
- Drivers license and passport (ideal)
- Planning and organisational skills
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills and proven ability to foster relationships with suppliers, external and internal stakeholders
- High degree of autonomy and self-direction
- Genuine interest in our mission
- Experience with First Nations organisations and/or socially-driven organisations (ideal)
- Proficient in Microsoft Office, various cloud-based communication platforms like Dropbox, Slack, Google suite
- Ability to work 14 hours + with room to increase
- Able to travel at short notice
- Adaptable and flexible - no day is the same
- Travel opportunities
- Exciting projects and partnerships
- Meaningful and mission-driven work
- Flexible working hours
- Lots of variety
- Continued learning and development
- Plenty of room for growth for the right person
Mabu Mabu is an equal opportunity employer, and we strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people living with a disability, gender diverse, LGBTIQ+ people, and people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities to apply for this role.
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If you are interested in this role and believe in yourself and your ability to learn quickly, we encourage you to apply for this role, regardless of meeting all criteria.