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    • sydney, new south wales
    • permanent
    • AU$180 - AU$200, per year, superannuation
    • full-time
    The Role:The Executive Officer role plays a critical part in not only the delivery of the organisation’s operating strategy, and is responsible for providing leadership and oversight of the office. The Executive Officer will provide key executive support to the General Secretary, and advise on sensitive issues.The position collaborates heavily with the Senior Leadership Team to ensure the overall delivery of ambitions. As part of the Leadership Team, the Executive Officer will oversee communications and board secretariat duties.Key Duties:Model good leadership and direction.Oversee three direct reports to achieve outstanding outcomes.Collaborate with other executives to develop cohesive advice for the General Secretary, and to deliver projects and initiatives.Oversee daily operations by coordinating with senior management and other leaders. Research to assist the General Secretary with daily decision-making.Lead the management of key business issues, and provide advice on a wide range of matters.Perform administrative tasks such as generating correspondence and maintaining accurate files.Plan and coordinate boards and leadership team meetings, taking meeting minutes and conducting follow-up actions.Lead the communications and board secretariat functions.Manage the preparation of strategic documents and high-quality advice.Serve as a subject matter expert, handling inquiries and developing subsequent action plans, and assist with communications.Build and develop strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders.Seek to continually evaluate and improve planning strategies and processes, identifying areas of risks and providing integrated solutions/ recommendations.Advise, guide and assist the organisation in the development and implementation of short and long-term plans.Identify any risks associated with the executive management of the organisation, and develop and implement controls to mitigate said risks.Manage the reputation of the organisation and influence in collaboration with key stakeholders.Provide governance advice.Undertake additional duties as required.Essential Criteria:Tenure and experience in a similar role (e.g. Executive Officer, Chief of Staff).Demonstrated significant experience in leadership, strategy, change and/or planning role.Superior analytical and decision making skills, with the ability to research and synthesise complex information.Exceptional stakeholder management skills with the ability to naturally build relationships and influence outcomes.Desirable Criteria:Postgraduate qualifications in a relevant field, or equivalent management experience.Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite including Sharepoint, and Diligent.Experience within the public sector or non-profit sector.Available to commence immediately or within short notice.Benefits:Hybrid work model - WFH and officeClosely located to key public transport; Town Hall, Wynyard and St James stationsRebatable salary packaging optionsAccess to purchased leave options, as well as 2-3 days gifted leave over ChristmasEnd of trip facilities available onsite Next steps:Please apply NOW to be considered. Applications will be reviewed in the New Year.The successful candidate will undergo pre-engagement and onboarding checks including but not limited to a National Police Check.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    The Role:The Executive Officer role plays a critical part in not only the delivery of the organisation’s operating strategy, and is responsible for providing leadership and oversight of the office. The Executive Officer will provide key executive support to the General Secretary, and advise on sensitive issues.The position collaborates heavily with the Senior Leadership Team to ensure the overall delivery of ambitions. As part of the Leadership Team, the Executive Officer will oversee communications and board secretariat duties.Key Duties:Model good leadership and direction.Oversee three direct reports to achieve outstanding outcomes.Collaborate with other executives to develop cohesive advice for the General Secretary, and to deliver projects and initiatives.Oversee daily operations by coordinating with senior management and other leaders. Research to assist the General Secretary with daily decision-making.Lead the management of key business issues, and provide advice on a wide range of matters.Perform administrative tasks such as generating correspondence and maintaining accurate files.Plan and coordinate boards and leadership team meetings, taking meeting minutes and conducting follow-up actions.Lead the communications and board secretariat functions.Manage the preparation of strategic documents and high-quality advice.Serve as a subject matter expert, handling inquiries and developing subsequent action plans, and assist with communications.Build and develop strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders.Seek to continually evaluate and improve planning strategies and processes, identifying areas of risks and providing integrated solutions/ recommendations.Advise, guide and assist the organisation in the development and implementation of short and long-term plans.Identify any risks associated with the executive management of the organisation, and develop and implement controls to mitigate said risks.Manage the reputation of the organisation and influence in collaboration with key stakeholders.Provide governance advice.Undertake additional duties as required.Essential Criteria:Tenure and experience in a similar role (e.g. Executive Officer, Chief of Staff).Demonstrated significant experience in leadership, strategy, change and/or planning role.Superior analytical and decision making skills, with the ability to research and synthesise complex information.Exceptional stakeholder management skills with the ability to naturally build relationships and influence outcomes.Desirable Criteria:Postgraduate qualifications in a relevant field, or equivalent management experience.Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite including Sharepoint, and Diligent.Experience within the public sector or non-profit sector.Available to commence immediately or within short notice.Benefits:Hybrid work model - WFH and officeClosely located to key public transport; Town Hall, Wynyard and St James stationsRebatable salary packaging optionsAccess to purchased leave options, as well as 2-3 days gifted leave over ChristmasEnd of trip facilities available onsite Next steps:Please apply NOW to be considered. Applications will be reviewed in the New Year.The successful candidate will undergo pre-engagement and onboarding checks including but not limited to a National Police Check.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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