Careerlink People Solutions have partnered with a South Australian Government department to find their next Business Coordinator. Passionate about supporting all South Australians, this department values fairness, opportunity, and choice for everyone.
This role involves providing a high level of support and advice to staff, as well as overseeing a team and coordinating the department’s resources. If you are someone with experience working with people from culturally diverse backgrounds, including the Aboriginal Community, then this may be the role for you. This is a temporary role that may require some out of hours work as well as inter and intra-state travel.
- Manage operational resources effectively including financial, human resources and general administrative operations
- Contribute to all aspects of business planning, including providing advice and support
- Manage resources and risks effectively through developing best practice and quality assurance systems, operational standards and implementing risk mitigation strategies
- Coordinate referral mechanisms and protocols with key stakeholders, including to Aboriginal agencies/services, government and non-government agencies/services to ensure that their needs are met
- Assist in the review and implementation of appropriate data collection systems and tools, which monitor, measure, and evaluate the performance of service outcomes
- Supporting the Restorative Practice team to work within a restorative practice framework and providing expertise in more complex casework, as required
- Develop, coordinate, and deliver education programs and conduct appropriate evaluations of the programs, utilising knowledge of alternative methods and techniques of delivery where appropriate
- Take responsibility for and demonstrate justifiable reasons for actions and decisions. Make decisions within area of responsibility, evaluating all available information and taking action in line with organisational policy and values
Skills and Experience
- Ability to plan, implement, monitor, assess and evaluate appropriate projects and programs in collaboration with key stakeholders
- Utilise experience in establishing, leading, and maintaining formal and informal networks and partnerships with Aboriginal people through their kinship systems
- Utilise experience in presenting complex issues and findings in writing, such as reports, recommendations, and briefing notes
- Must have a current Australian issued Drivers Licence
- Must have, or be willing to obtain a National Police Check and DCSI Working with Children Check
This is an excellent opportunity to join an organisation that is passionate about their people and encourages diversity within the workplace.
How to Apply
People of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent are strongly encouraged to apply.
If you have the skills and experience to excel in this position and you are looking to join an exciting organisation within a growing industry, apply now. Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.