Comm Unity Plus Services Ltd's logo
More from this Employer
Comm Unity Plus Services Ltd's logo

Administration Officer

Comm Unity Plus Services Ltd

Brimbank Melton Community Legal Centre (BMCLC) is a program of Comm Unity Plus and provides free legal services, advice, referrals and community legal education. BMCLC services one of the fastest growing and most culturally diverse regions in Melbourne and has offices in St. Albans and Melton. BMCLC is experiencing significant growth and has recently restructured to support strategic organisational development and the effective delivery of legal support to vulnerable people in the Melton and Brimbank areas.

BMCLC has a burgeoning family law practice that involves a diverse range of sub-practice areas, with particular demand for our assistance in relation to property and parenting disputes.

About the position

The Part-Time Administration Officer is part of the legal administration team and is responsible for delivering high quality customer service, office coordination and managing client appointments for BMCLC, a program of Comm Unity Plus. Reporting to the Principal Lawyer, this position provides support to ensure the program delivers quality services and meets all compliance requirements. The role will also ensure that appointments are made for clients in a timely manner, and that all information provided to clients are accurate.

Key Selection Criteria and Qualifications

  • Demonstrated ability to verbally communicate effectively with a wide range of people, including staff, other professionals, a range of stakeholders and community members
  • Time management and organisational skills to perform diverse customer service and administrative duties with the ability to prioritise and plan work to meet timelines
  • Ability to provide a high standard of customer service to members of the community, clients, internal and external stakeholders and other agencies.
  • Proven ability to work effectively in a team and to apply initiative in solving problems with minimal supervision
  • Strong computer literacy with Microsoft software e.g. Word, Outlook, Publisher, Power-Point, Microsoft Team, Access & Excel to create own correspondence and documents, and experience using online meeting platforms such as Zoom
  • High level of professionalism, commitment and interest in working with individuals from diverse and disadvantaged communities on social justice issues

Applicants must hold valid Working with Children Check and Police check or the ability to obtain the same. A current Drivers License and the ability to travel between offices is desirable. Proficiency in a community language and previous experience in office administration in a Community Legal Centre will be advantageous.

You will work with a friendly and supportive team committed to delivering a high standard of service in flexible working conditions.

An attractive salary commensurate with experience with the added advantage of salary packaging benefits are on offer.

A copy of the Position Description can be found on our website under the Working With Us tab and then by clicking on the 'Employment' section at www.comm-unityplus.org.au.

For further information, please call HR on (03) 8312 2074.

How to apply

This job ad has now expired, and applications are no longer being accepted.

Email me more jobs like this.