About the role
This newly created role comes as result of reviewing the Academy’s needs and how to best shape our team to deliver on our ambitious 2020-2025 Strategic Plan.
The Administration and Committees Coordinator will coordinate administrative systems and provide support to the Academy team and Fellowship; and to the Director of Operations and Strategy and Executive Director in ensuring the operations of the Academy run effectively and efficiently. This includes office management, equipment and supplies, routine financial and compliance duties, information and records management, secretariat support to committees, and liaison with our outsourced serviced providers including IT and bookkeeping.
This is the perfect opportunity for an experienced administrator who is passionate about organisational administration and secretariat services, and committed to continuous improvement.
For the right candidate, we will consider part-time hours across five days.
Read the position description: https://bit.ly/AAHAdminandCommitteesCoordinator
We’re the national voice for cultural, creative, and ethical thinking. We promote the study and application of the humanities because recording, explaining, and predicting the human story brings distinctive and diverse ideas to decision-making and contributes to a better future for all.
We’re an independent, not-for-profit organisation with a Fellowship of over 660 humanities leaders. Our Academy is one of Australia’s five Learned Academies – independent organisations established to encourage excellence in their respective fields and to provide expertise and advice at public, institutional and government levels.
We’re deeply committed to providing evidence-based advice on the state of the humanities to governments and institutional leadership, and to articulating the many values that flow from a rich and vibrant cultural and creative life.
As a member of the Academy team, you will:
We’re looking for someone who is passionate about administration and secretariat services and committed to continuous improvement.
To be successful in this position you will have:
The following experience is also desirable:
How to apply
To apply please provide a CV and a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role with reference to the selection criteria (max 2 pages) to [email protected]
Applications close: 4 February 2022.
Applications may be assessed and interviews conducted prior to the closing date so interested applicants should apply without delay.
For a confidential discussion to obtain further information regarding the role please contact: [email protected]
To be eligible to apply for this role you must be legally permitted to work in Australia.
The Australian Academy of the Humanities values social and cultural diversity and is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity and the provision of a safe and healthy work environment. The Academy supports and promotes flexible work practices.
Jobs / Administration & Office Support
Australian Capital Territory
Annually - Full time
10 months ago
About the roleThis newly created role comes as result of reviewing the Academy’s needs and how to best shape our team to deliver on our ambitious 2020