Project Support Officer – ASHM

  • Provide high-level administrative and logistics support for our education course delivery
  • Full-time (37.5 hours per week), (15 months fixed term) flexible/hybrid working structure
  • Not for profit, member-based organisation based in the Warrane / Warrang (Sydney) CBD, Gadigal Country, Australia

Who are we looking for?

You will provide high-level administrative support for our education course delivery, and membership, with a focus on general administrative and organisational support, course planning and logistics and special projects as required.

With your previous experience in either an events company or an office environment, you will have well-developed written communication skills and a high level of verbal communication skills, including a professional telephone manner. Candidates must be confident, with strong organisational skills, detail-oriented, the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and the ability to work within a team environment to meet strict deadlines and undertake a range of support functions.

ASHM is seeking candidates with tertiary qualifications, or enrolment in Health, Business Administration or Events Management, or equivalent experience. Excellent computer skills are also required, including data entry and database systems.

Why join us?

ASHM provides a flexible and supportive working environment. A competitive base/taxable salary is available as well as the added benefits of time off in lieu for overtime, leave loading and non-taxable fringe benefit salary packaging.

ASHM provides a child-safe environment in all its programs and activities.

About ASHM

ASHM is a peak organisation representing health professionals in Australia and New Zealand working in HIV, BBV, and sexual and reproductive health. We partner and collaborate to support the health workforce, strengthen health systems to address stigma and barriers to care, and contribute to the sector, domestically and internationally. ASHM is a professional, not-for-profit, member-based organisation.

Join us in eliminating harm, improving wellbeing, and protecting diverse communities.

To Apply

To view the full position description and apply:

Apply with your CV and covering letter and please note applications may be interviewed as they are received.

Applications are especially welcomed from people who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander persons, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, and people with disabilities.

Please note ASHM will review applications as they are received, so please apply as soon as possible.

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