Job Details
  • Reference380946B_1632440181
  • LocationPerth
  • SalaryAU$32 - AU$35.00 per hour
  • Job TypeContract
  • Posted27 days ago
  • ConsultantOrla Gillespie

Workplace Services Officer - Federal Government Contract

About the agency

This leading government agency manages and shapes taxation, superannuation and excise systems that service the funds for Australians. Their work has a direct impact on social and economic policies and in this role, you will contribute to ensuring cohesive and safe Workplace Services.

About The Role.

The mission of the Workplace Services team is to create an environment where people can do their best work. We achieve this through collaboration with various service providers and stakeholders to manage building operations and services across Australia.

In addition, during COVID-19, Workplace Services plays a critical role in ensuring the safe operations of each site, and providing on-site support to ensure effective day to day operations

The duties of the role

  • Undertake a variety of tasks to assist the office in managing its return to work strategy to bring employees back to the Organisation in a safe and effective way, including:
  • Managing faults, repairs and maintenance through a work order management process and onsite attendance by contractors.
  • Responding to client requests on a wide range of building and operational matters.
  • Completing audits and checks on various building amenities.
  • Managing the fleet cars and its booking system.
  • Purchasing and issuing non-IT office equipment.
  • Managing site security and cleaning services.
  • Providing support for meetings and corporate event room setups.

About The Team
The successful candidate will operate as part of the Workplace Services team that is located in Northbridge. The team consists of a Site Manager and other Workplace Service officers.

Our Ideal Job Seeker

  • Has experience in a similar role, Office Manager or Facilities
  • Experience in customer service.
  • Is client-focused with a 'can do' attitude.
  • Possesses excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Builds and maintains effective stakeholder relationships.
  • Is capable of working independently or within a team.
  • Proactively organises their workload and is solution-focused.
  • Exercises good judgment and seeks out opportunities for process improvement.

The Australian community requires the highest integrity of staff. You'll need to agree to pre-engagement integrity checks to work, and some of our roles also require further security clearance. We may conduct further integrity checks during the course of your employment.

You MUST be an Australian Citizen with at least a 5 year employment footprint in Australia and eligible to clear a National Police Check

How to apply
To be considered for this exciting opportunity hit 'apply' and submit your CV today!