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Membership Officer

FIRE AND RESCUE NSW - Sydney, NSW

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Source: uWorkin

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JOB DESCRIPTION

CFU Membership Officer, Fire & Rescue NSW

Status:Temporary Full Time up to 12 months

Grade: Clerk 5/6

Salary Package: Package up to $104,867 pa. Package includes salary range ($85,744 pa to $94,610 pa), plus employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.
Location: Greenacre
Closing date: 14 May 2021

  • Free on-site gym and car parking

  • New building and modern facilities including on-site café

  • Activity Based Working environment

  • Team environment

Who we are 

FRNSW is one of the world’s largest urban fire and rescue services and is the busiest in Australia. Our overriding purpose is to enhance community safety, quality of life, and confidence by minimising the impact of hazards and emergency incidents on the people, property, environment and economy of NSW. Our capabilities extend far beyond fighting fires. FRNSW firefighters are among the most highly trained in the world. Our teams provide fire prevention, they respond to hazardous materials incidents, natural disasters and medical emergencies. Our teams also undertake counter terrorism and urban search and rescue operations. We are prepared for anything – helping anyone, anywhere, anytime.

About the Role

Coordinate membership activities which contribute to the strategic business and operational plans of the Community Fire Unit Program.

Key Knowledge and Experience

Demonstrated experience in thr provision of administrative support services

For role specific enquiries, please contact Superintendent Brendan Hurley and 0438601582.

Work Life Harmony

  • Location based with flexibility to remote work 

  • Flexible hours between 7am – 7pm (35-hour work week) 

  • Partnership with Fitness Passport for ongoing staff and their families to access more than 390 gyms and pools at a discounted rate

Our commitment to Inclusion & Diversity

Great people come from all walks of life and at Fire & Rescue NSW we are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible workforce which reflects the community we serve.

Applying for the Role

To be considered for this role, answer the two targeted questions, and attach copy of your qualification(s) and your resume outlining your relevant skills and capabilities.


For information to complete the application and respond to the targeted capability-based questions link to 

https://www.psc.nsw.gov.au/employment-portal/joining/applying-for-a-role

For any technical assistance in submitting your application via 'I work for NSW' please contact 'I Work for Support' on 1800 562 679.

Fire & Rescue NSW is committed to the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity, Work Health and Safety, Cultural Diversity and ethical work practices. If you are speech or hearing impaired, have access requirements that require reasonable adjustment in the assessment process, require access to information about this vacancy in a different format or would like to discuss the possibility of flexible work arrangements in this role, please contact Superintendent Brendan Hurley on 0438601582.

Responsibilities

Link to role description 

Key Application Responses

Please answer the following two targeted questions. It is recommended you draft your responses in a Word document then paste into the required field in the online application.


1. This role will require you to provide support in the development, coordination and implementation of administrative (and other) projects that contribute to meeting business demands and service delivery requirements. Please provide an example that demonstrates your ability to support a team in an administrative context, whilst managing the demands of project deliverables. What planning approach did you take and what challenges did you face?

2. The Membership Officer role involves achieving great outcomes for a large customer base from diverse backgrounds across a range of issues. Can you provide an example of a situation where you have had to solve a problem and use your initiative to achieve a successful outcome for an external customer?

a) What was your role
b) The challenges you faced
c) The outcomes