Administrative Community Services Support – Mareeba

By October 19, 2017General

Community Services Support

Permanent Part-time 20 hours per week
Social, Community, Home Care and Disabilities Services
Industry Award – SACS Award Level 3

St John’s Community Care has been providing care and services to frail, aged and younger people with disabilities since 1997.
We have an exciting opportunity for you to join our Mareeba Team on a permanent part-time basis. The Aged and Disability sector is going through a new and exciting environment that offers clients choice and flexibility.

The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate how their administrative skills and attributes will support the Team in the delivery of client care services.
You will be supported by a professional and experienced management team to ensure that you develop, grow and succeed in your role.

This is a fast paced role that requires an effective multi-tasker, computer literate, problem solver who has a caring and compassionate nature to support the team in the delivery of quality services.
Your previous experience in an administrative role together with your ability to learn new systems processes quickly will be highly regarded.

With the right attitude this is your chance to make a difference. The organisation has opportunities galore for personal development, job security and satisfaction.
St John’s Community Care will reward the successful applicant with a purposeful career working with one of the largest Not-For-Profit Community Service Provider within Far North Queensland.

 Salary Packaging options earn up to $15,899 of you annual salary Tax Free
 Career Development opportunities
 Be rewarded with additional leave through voluntary community participation

A position description and selection criteria is available by clicking HERE 

Please forward your resume and application addressing the selection criteria to

Applications close 8 November 2017
St John’s Community Care
PO Box 44R

St John’s Community Care is an Equal Employment Organisation