- Job posted on: 29th Jan 2020
- Applications close:
WEstjustice has a great opportunity for an administrative role in a legal environment. We are seeking a full time Administrative Assistant on a nine month maternity leave fixed term contract (the position may be extended depending on need). The Administrative Assistant will join our team to ensure effective service delivery through the provision of reception and administrative support for the Centre.
The position will work across the WEstjustice offices – Werribee, Footscray and Sunshine (depending on the Centre’s needs). A salary range of $53,000 - $65,000 per annum (depending on experience) plus superannuation and generous salary packaging is available (including access to Accommodation and Meal Entertainment packaging).
Experience in a not for profit organisation or legal centre is desirable.
WEstjustice is a multidisciplinary, community-based legal centre committed to improving justice outcomes for the people of western Melbourne, and especially the most vulnerable in our community. It was formed in July 2015 through the amalgamation of the Footscray, Wyndham and Western Suburbs Community Legal Centres, which brought a long and proud history and experience to the new organisation.
A copy of the position description is available below.
For more information about WEstjustice, please visit our website (www.westjustice.org.au)
To apply, please email a short cover letter, your CV and your responses to the key selection criteria to firstname.lastname@example.org addressed to Ms An Huynh, General Manager Operations, by 5.00pm on Wednesday 19 February 2020. Please use the subject line: Administrative Assistant [your name] application via EthicalJobs website.
Late applications will not be considered.
The successful applicant will require a current Working with Children’s Check and a Police Check or be prepared to apply for both.
WEstjustice is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive workforce. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, women, people with culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, people with a disability and people identifying as LGBTIQ are encouraged to apply.
Applicants must possess the right to work in Australia.