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EL1 Secretariat

Our client requires an experienced Assistant Director Secretariat to commence asap

Randstad requires and Assistant Director (EL1) Secretariat to undertake a 6 month contract (with potential for extension) for one of our well respected Federal Government clients. This is an exciting role where you will initially be part of a small innovative working group establishing, scoping, designing and implementing the secretariat function nationally. Following this establishment you will manage the coordination of secretariat functions for several committees.

Your Responsibilities:

  • Developing resources, intranet content, operation manuals
  • Manage the provision of secretariat services to internal governance committees
  • Organise committee meetings and manage logistics
  • Attend meetings as required, prepare and distribute meeting minutes
  • Assist with governance activity as required
  • Build and maintain relationships with internal and eternal stakeholders
  • Provide supervision and leadership to a small team
  • Oversee the delivery of secretariat support services

What you will bring to the role:

  • A high level of written and editing experience
  • Well developed negotiation, influencing and consultation skills
  • An ability to meet deadlines, organise and coordination of activity
  • Sound decision making skills, initiative and professional judgment
  • Ability to travel interstate as required

Experience in a similar role is highly desirable, as is the ability to hold a security clearance. If you believe you would be suitable for this role please submit your resume by clicking on the "APPLY NOW' button. For a confidential conversation please call Leanne Alexander on 02 6132 3836 or email Leanne.Alexander@randstad.com.au

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Job Summary

Type:
Contract or Temp
Location:
ACT
Profession:
Government / Local Government
Role:
Federal Government
Reference:
90M0408931_2208598104787269491
Date Listed:
14-Jan-20