Register Role

Register Details 1
Reference Number 1000
Role Title DoE - Administrative Assistant
Type Other

EntityDepartment of EducationTasTAFE
 
Employment Status Fixed-Term
Relief
Summary To undertake various administrative and clerical duties that support the function of a campus, team or business unit, including providing a customer focused reception service. Assist with operational processes including the maintenance of databases and related matters.
Location State-wide
Maximum Hours 73.5
Salary Range From $54,093
Salary Range To $58,322
Hourly Rate From $28.30
Hourly Rate To $30.51
Employment Basis 42 weeks
52 weeks
Award Tasmanian State Service Award
Classification From General Stream Band 2
Classification To General Stream Band 2

Register Details 2
Advertising URLs / Documents
Document TypeUrl


Document TypeDocument Name
Administrative Assistant - B2 - Generic.docx Administrative Assistant - B2 - Generic.docx
Administrative Assistant - B2 - Generic.pdf Administrative Assistant - B2 - Generic.pdf
Quick Reference Guide - Applying for Register Role DoE Non-Teaching v8.docx Quick Reference Guide - Applying for Register Role DoE Non-Teaching v8.docx
Quick Reference Guide - Applying for Register Role DoE Non-Teaching v8.pdf Quick Reference Guide - Applying for Register Role DoE Non-Teaching v8.pdf
Selection Criteria

Essential Requirements

Criteria
The Registration to Work with Vulnerable People Act 2013 requires persons undertaking work in a regulated activity to be registered. A regulated activity is a child related service or activity defined in the Registration to Work with Vulnerable People Regulations 2014. This registration must remain current and valid at all times whilst employed in this role and the status of this may be checked at any time during employment.

• Current Tasmanian Registration to Work with Vulnerable People (Registration Status - Employment)

Desirable Requirements

Criteria
Nil

Selection Criteria

Criteria
1. Proven administrative and organisational skills, a demonstrated capacity to work with flexibility and act independently within established guidelines, using initiative, discretion and sound judgement.

2. Good communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to liaise effectively with clients and staff at all levels in a sensitive and confidential manner.

3. Demonstrated experience in the efficient and effective use of current office technologies (including MS Office or similar programs) and the ability to adapt to new technology and procedures as required.

4. Good written skills with the ability to prepare correspondence and documents which are clear, concise and accurate.

5. Proven ability to work as an individual and/or a team, together with the ability to set priorities and work with minimal direction.