Centre Support Administration

Centre Support Administration


ECMS in Newport


Position description:


The Organisation


ECMS seeks to deliver and grow quality, inclusive and family-centred early learning services that enrich children’s lives and empower parents, families and local communities.


The Centre


The Newport Gardens Early Years Centre (NGEYC) is an integrated service with long day care, kindergarten, toy library, maternal and child health, early intervention service and other child and family services, playgroups and a community space currently being constructed by Hobsons Bay City Council on the grounds of Newport Gardens Primary School.


The Position


Centre Support Officer


The Centre Support Officer position is responsible for providing a high level of administration support to the Newport Gardens Early Years Centre.  Working closely with the Centre Manager and the Centre’s Leadership Team to ensure the smooth running of the Centre to ensure all related administrative requirements are developed and executed in a timely manner.


Additionally, the role includes reception related duties and acting as the front face of the centre for parents and all other external stakeholders and customers.


To succeed in this role you will have at least 3 years experience in a similar role with relevant Admin qualifications. You will have strong attention to detail, organisational and planning skills with the ability to juggle a number of tasks at any one time. Customer service focused, you enjoy dealing with people at all levels. You have a friendly, bubbly personality with a caring and warm nature.


How to Apply


This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic work environment Please submit your application including resume and cover letter to careers@ecms.org.au.


Please mention “TES AUSTRALIA” when applying for this role.


Applications close: Tuesday, 5 November, 2013


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