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Office Coordinator

Centre for Women's Safety and Wellbeing

The Centre for Women’s Safety and Wellbeing (CWSW) is the leading voice for women and children affected by gender-based violence in Western Australia. CWSW is an independent organisation and the peak representative body for women's specialist domestic and family violence, community-based women’s health, and sexual assault services in Western Australia. CWSW works with governments, peak bodies, community, and private organisations to prevent violence against women, promote women’s health, advance gender equity, and to ensure that women’s voices are integral to policy, legislation, and services. CWSW takes an intersectional approach that recognises the multiple forms of discrimination many women face, so that responses to these issues address the particular and diverse needs of women.

About the role

The focus of the Office Coordinator is to provide effective day-to-day coordination of the organisation including all office and administration requirements, executive assistance to the leadership team, managing organisational systems, processes, policies and procedures, HR assistance across the employee life cycle, governance support to the leadership team, as well as membership support. This position requires a dynamic and skilled multitasker who is passionate to deliver on the CWSW objectives, to promote the safety of women and children, women’s voices and gender equity.

The role will include:

  • Key first point of contact including members, media and victim-survivors.
  • Coordination of office infrastructure both off and online.
  • Provide executive assistance to the leadership team.
  • Human Resource support across employee lifecycle.
  • Supporting the organisation to deliver the strategic focus areas.
  • Support IT systems and processes and provide communication with external IT service provider.
  • Assist with the management of organisational policies and procedures.
  • Membership database management, maintenance and reporting – CRM, SharePoint database.
  • Management of new and renewing membership processes.
  • Regular verbal and written communications to staff and members as required.

For more information about the key responsibilities of the role and the skills required view the position description attached.

This Level 5 SCHADS Award is a contracted full-time position to 31 December 2024.

For further information about the role, or to have an informal discussion, please contact Kate Jeffries, Operations and Workforce Development Manager on 0448 910 050.

CWSW reserves the right to close this process at any time. Applications received may be considered for future opportunities.

A position description is attached.

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