BGLC have partnered with AFL SportsReady and their Warumilag program to host a Business Admin Trainee to undertake Certificate III in Business Administration.
AFL SportsReady believes in a fair and united Australia, where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have the same opportunities and access to education, training and employment as other Australians. Through Warumilang, (AFL SportsReady’s Indigenous Program), our vision is to provide opportunities for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to start their careers with confidence, qualifications and skills.
ABOUT THE ROLE
Warumilang currently has an exciting position available for someone wanting to pursue a career in the Business industry.
As the successful applicant, you will: • Be employed by AFL SportsReady, as part of our Warumilang program. • Work on-site with Barengi Gadjin Land Council Aboriginal Corporation • Study for an accredited qualification: Certificate III Business
WHY SHOULD YOU WORK WITH US?
Our Traineeships are the best way to fast-track your career. We will provide you with the real skills and experience needed to succeed when first starting your career.
As the successful applicant, you will: • GET PAID: Earn while you learn (National Training Wage) • GET EXPERIENCE: Real work-place experience with Barengi Gadjin Land Council Aboriginal Corporation • GET EDUCATED: Combine work with education and study for a fully funded qualification • GET NETWORKED: Build a network of key industry contacts • GET SUPPORTED: Dedicated AFL SportsReady staff members (Field Officers and Educators) will support you every step of the way • GET INTO UNI: Direct entry and course credit to one of our University partners (Conditions apply, visit University partners for details) • GET A HEAD START: Experience + Education + Networks
If you are an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, you will also receive one-on-one mentoring support and networking
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
A Business Administration trainee may perform any or all of the following tasks: • Greet personal and telephone callers and find out the nature of their enquiry • Provide information to assist clients or refer them to appropriate contacts, either in the organisation or elsewhere • Carry out word processing, filing, mail-outs, scanning as required • Make and record appointments • Operate office equipment such as photocopiers and computers • File correspondence and other records • Draft letters and emails on behalf of the Department or organisation • Input, store and retrieve data on computers • Liaise with clients • Prepare agendas or programs for meetings • Create and maintain information in relevant organisational systems and programs, such as the Learning Management System, the Recruitment system, SharePoint and the Human Resources Information System • Attend and take minutes of meetings, both in the office and at other locations • Organise and support training sessions, meetings and Department social functions • Type and re-arrange information, such as highlighting parts of the text, moving paragraphs from one page to another, putting information into columns • Set up mail-merge functions to enable multiple letters to be personalised or directed to individuals in a number of locations • Print out letters, address labels and other documents • Excel spreadsheet reconciliations
Employees enrolled in Certificate may also perform the following:
• Responsibility for making workplace decisions, and accountable for those decisions • Display strong leadership skills and be a role model for other staff • Use financial packages to perform payroll, maintain financial ledgers and journals, and prepare financial records and reports • Use advanced features of office computer packages and equipment • Respond to enquiries regarding products and/or services
• Aptitude for figures • Well organised • Able to work as part of a team • Able to meet deadlines • Good communication skills • Aptitude for working with computers and MS Office • Able to work accurately and neatly
Job Requirements for this role:
A permanent right to work in Australia
Attention to detail
As the successful candidate, you will receive:
$21,500 – $30,000+9.5 % Superannuation
National Training Wage Award
Fully Funded Qualification
People with tertiary qualifications need not apply. Current university applicants may have to defer their studies to be eligible for this traineeship.
This position is best suited to a recent secondary school leaver.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Identified RoleOnly Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are eligible to apply for this position. This action constitutes a special measure under section 12 of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010 (Vic).
This position is best suited for someone who is culturally and/or linguistically diverse
Applications for this position will close:
June 21, 2021 5:00 pm
All applications must include:
A Cover Letter
Job Specific Requirements
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