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April

Program Support Officer - Book Groups

Box Hill Institute - Australia,

Administration & Secretarial
Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

  • Centre for Adult Education (CAE). Based at the City campus
  • Ongoing Full time
  • PACCT 3 - $54,394 p.a plus compulsory superannuation contribution
About us:

Box Hill Institute is composed of Box Hill Institute (BHI) and the Centre for Adult Education (CAE). We are leading education providers with strong reputations for delivering high quality educational outcomes.

To maintain our reputation and achieve our strategic goals we need a workforce full of energetic and forward thinking people. If you are enthusiastic and resilient, with a strong customer and commercial focus, then join our team. At BHI you will work with great people in a challenging and dynamic environment, as we work together to continually improve our business.

About the role:

The Program Support Officer – Book Groups provides primary support to the Book Groups program within Short Courses and works with the Short Course Operations team to ensure the successful day-to-day administration and customer service for the program. The role of Program Support Officer – Book Groups underpins the successful delivery of Book Groups and Short Courses by ensuring the timely and accurate provision of client-centric services and provides customer service and administrative support.

The Program Support Officer – Book Groups is a member of the Book Groups unit in Short Course Operations. This position is responsible for working professionally with employees at all levels across the Box Hill Institute and liaising with relevant external stakeholders, including Book Group members, contractors, suppliers and collaboration partners.

Your skills and experience

- A degree or diploma qualification in administration or related field and/or relevant work experience in administration and customer service.

- Administration Support: Strong administration experience and ability to work independently in a service oriented environment, including exceptional attention to detail, excellent prioritisation and organisation skills, experience with database maintenance, Microsoft Office applications, computer skills and the ability to resolve daily operational issues.

- Computer Skills: Ability to use both common and job-specific software applications and features proficiently for a variety of work tasks and the ability to troubleshoot common software issues.

- Stakeholder Management: Ability to responds to clients’ needs and keeps the client or stakeholder up-to-date with issues and developments. Promptly follows through on stakeholder inquiries, requests and complaints. Proactive approach to taking responsibility for correcting problems promptly and without becoming defensive.

- Organisation and Planning: Well developed skills in taking organised and methodical approach to work, addressing priority tasks first. Regularly plans and tracks progress on work tasks, and follows through on short and long-term projects as required. Ability to prioritise tasks, especially when managing competing demands.

- Systems and Process Thinking: A strong understanding in the specific short-term implications of a particular course of action. Ability to understand how individual jobs impact the work area’s service delivery. Experience in seeking information about relevant systems necessary to solve work problems.

- Customer Service & Communication: Ability to listen and respond to clients and customers through phone and email correspondence, with attention to spelling and grammar. Seeks ways to continuously improve services and is committed to delivering high quality outcomes for clients and customers. Able to clearly explain information and listen to feedback, using a polite and considerate manner.

- Knowledge of Books and Reading: A keen reader with a love of books. Able to discuss books with staff, customers and industry contacts.

- Relationship Building: Establishes and maintains useful relationships with people at all levels across business areas, functions and organisations. Promotes harmony and consensus through diplomatic handling of disagreements. Builds trust through consistent actions, values and communication, and minimising surprises

You will need to provide or be willing to obtain a current National Police Records Check, a Working with Children Check, evidence of your entitlement to work in Australia, and certified copies of your qualifications.

Benefits

Interested in starting a career with one of Australia's leading Institutes? At BHI we value our people. We offer more than just a job; we offer benefits to enhance your work life, help you grow, and celebrate your achievements. Employment benefits include:
  • Novated leasing and salary packaging
  • Purchased leave
  • Employee discounts on health insurance, car rental, newspaper subscriptions and more
  • Library access, digital and online Resources
  • Discounts services including floristry, beauty, Fountains Restaurant, Vet Clinic & Dog Grooming
  • Counselling support services (EAP) and Health and wellbeing program
  • Discounts on CAE/Box Hill Institute short courses for staff and their immediate family
  • Staff development program
  • Study fee reductions for approved internal courses and study support for approved courses
  • Reward and Recognition Programs
Like to know more? If you have questions about this role, please contact Bill Collopy at B.Collopy@boxhill.edu.au or by phone on 03 8892 1825

Applications close: 9am, Tuesday 20 April 2021.

Box Hill Institute is a child safe and equal opportunity employer. We value diversity in our workforce and encourage people from all backgrounds, abilities and identities to apply for our vacancies.

Box Hill Institute reserves the right to withdraw an advertised position at any stage.

Box Hill Institute