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Administrative Assistant - Australia Wide / Remote

Teach Us Consent
  • Term: April 2024 –June 2025 (potential to extend)
  • Location: Australia (remote position)

About Teach Us Consent Global

Teach Us Consent is a registered Australian charity organisation committed to pioneering innovative consent education to foster healthy relationships and reduce sexual violence among young Australians.

Founded in 2021 by Chanel Contos as a campaign for the Australian Government to mandate earlier and holistic consent education in Australian schools, the organisation is now focused on eradicating rape culture by centring consent, empathy and respect at the heart of sex education.

As part of The National Plan to End Violence against Women and Children 2022-2032 (National Plan), the 2023-24 Federal Budget provided a grant of $3.47 million for Teach Us Consent to curate, develop and distribute social media resources for young people aged 16 years and above about consent, sexual harm and healthy sexual relationships (the “Promoting Consent Initiative”).

Teach Us Consent is a youth-led organisation that focuses on preventing normalised sexual violence. Incidents of sexual violence are experienced at scale in Australia, but we believe through education we can drive the cultural shift needed to bring change in this space. Our organisation values collaboration and inclusivity and seeks to ensure voices from all cross sections of the community are given the opportunity to contribute to the Promoting Consent Initiative.

About the role

Reporting to the Head of Projects, the Administrative Assistant will provide administrative and coordination support to the project team and executive and will manage relevant systems and procedures.

Key responsibilities:

  • Undertake administrative activities relevant to project delivery, including record management, secretariat support, IT systems management, diary management, and coordination of meetings and events.
  • Coordination and management of telephone and email enquiries from the public, relevant stakeholders, and partner organisations.
  • Support with financial activities including invoice processing, expense reimbursement, and remuneration for members of the Youth Advisory Group.
  • Assist with projects and research.

Required knowledge and experience:

  • Previous administration and/or office management experience.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  • High-level competence with various software and record management systems.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and with minimal direction.
  • Experience managing and overseeing multiple tasks and procedures.
  • Financial literacy and experience in managing financial processes such as reimbursements and petty-cash.
  • Adaptable to changing demands.
  • Excellent organisation skills.

Recognising your contribution:

  • We aim to create an environment where you will feel supported and empowered.
  • We aim to provide balance to personal and professional commitments.
  • Generous salary packaging.
  • Annual leave loading.
  • Flexible work environment focused on output to enable you to prioritise your health and wellbeing.
  • Generous leave allowances.
  • Ongoing commitment to continuous learning and career development.

If this sounds like a role for you, please submit your CV and a cover letter outlining your experience. Applications will be considered on a rolling-basis, so please do not delay in submitting an application.

Teach Us Consent is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all backgrounds and communities.

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