About the job
Make a difference to the people of NSW!
About The Opportunity
The Administration Support Officer will be joining a close-knit team to provide administrative support to the four divisions across the Office of Energy and Climate Change. In this dynamic position, your responsibilities will include organising meetings for the team, managing the shared calendar, managing the shared inbox, coordinating travel arrangements – ensuring all logistical needs are met, processing invoices for payment, and providing events and training support for the Executive Director’s Unit. You’ll excel at maintaining confidentiality and efficiently handling urgent submissions, reports, and correspondence. As a vital member of our team, you’ll also contribute to staff training and event coordination activities and assist with project management and budget reporting. Your commitment to enhancing efficiency and effectiveness will shine through as you review and improve administrative systems and procedures.
You’re a highly organised and motivated individual who thrives in a busy setting. You possess strong attention to detail as well as excellent communication skills with the ability to work collaboratively and build effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholders for engagement, consultation, issue resolution, and information sharing.
You enjoy being the first point of contact for all things administrative and providing a high standard of customer service and administrative support. You enjoy actively contributing to a positive experience for your colleagues.
Knowledge And Experience
For more information read the full Role Description: Administrative Support Officer
The Office of Energy and Climate Change (OECC) was established in the Treasury Cluster in April 2022 and consists of the Energy, Climate Change & Sustainability (ECCS) and the Energy Corporation of NSW ( EnergyCo ).
The NSW Government is committed to maintaining a strong economy, improving the quality of life for the people of NSW and protecting the environment. That’s why our objective is to achieve net zero emissions by 2050 by creating new jobs, cutting household costs, and attracting investment.
The Office of Energy and Climate Change (OECC) brings together a range of functions including climate change, sustainability, resilience and adaptation, renewable energy and energy security, waste management and resource recovery, and environmental and mine safety regulation. The work of the group is supported by centres of excellence in science; policy and strategy; and data analytics and insights and is located within the NSW Treasury cluster.
About NSW Treasury
NSW Treasury’s vision is to create thriving environments, communities, and economies for the people of New South Wales. We strive to be a high-performing, world-class public service organisation that celebrates and reflects the full diversity of the community we serve and seeks to embed Aboriginal cultural awareness and knowledge throughout the department.
In our inclusive and accessible workplace, differences are embraced, contributions are valued, and everyone has a sense of connection and belonging. NSW Treasury supports various employee affinity groups, practice flexible working, offer job share and workplace adjustments. We are committed to the Premier’s Priorities and welcome applications from all.
Visit the NSW Treasury website for further information about our structure and functions.
A talent pool may be created through this recruitment process. A talent pool represents a group of applicants who have been assessed and identified as suitable for this role or similar roles and who may be considered for a range of similar roles, including temporary, term or ongoing roles, over the next 18 months.
How to Apply!
Please note, the Department of Planning & Environment (DPE) currently provides recruitment services to NSW Treasury in support of the Office of Energy and Climate Change.
Submit your application ONLY via the I Work for NSW jobs platform which should ideally include:
An up-to-date resume detailing your knowledge, skills, and experience in relation to the role.
A single-page cover letter that explains why you’re interested in the role and how your experiences relate to the requirements for the role.
Contact in confidence
Should you require further information about the role please contact Hyacinth Goot via [email protected] or on 0401 134 131
To be eligible to apply for ongoing employment within the NSW Treasury, candidates must be an Australian or New Zealand citizen, or a permanent resident of Australia. If the advertisement relates to a temporary role, we may consider a temporary visa with unrestricted working rights and validity covering the duration of the temporary engagement.
Our Commitment to Diversity and Flexibility
NSW Treasury is committed to reflecting the diverse communities we serve through an inclusive and flexible workplace.
We welcome applications from all ages and genders, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities, LGBTQI+ and diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds. See here for more information.
People with a disability are supported to access adjustments in recruitment processes and the workplace. If you require an adjustment during the recruitment process, we welcome hearing from you.
Close of applications: 11:55 pm on Sunday, 26th Nov 2023