LGNSW Positions Vacant

Service Development Coordinator

  • Permanent part time position, three days per week
  • Sydney CBD location
  • Flexible work environment
  • 12 month contract
 
The LGNSW Service Development Coordinator works in the Innovation and Capacity Unit which provides a range of high-quality, cost-effective services for councils in NSW. 

The role

This is a key role in a dynamic, hands-on team and provides a great opportunity to build your skills and career in service development and delivery.  You will have an important role in maintaining and supporting the systems, staff and processes needed to promote, design and deliver a broad range of services.  The ability to provide high-level administrative support including working to deadlines, managing competing priorities and bringing tasks to completion is crucial in this role.

The person

You will have a minimum of 2-3 years’ experience in providing administrative support.  Good organisational skills are essential and you will have an ability to balance conflicting priorities and work to deadlines.  You have excellent interpersonal skills and have demonstrated your ability to build and maintain effective relationships with a range of stakeholders.  An understanding of and/or experience working in the Local Government environment or in a conference, events and seminar organisation is desirable.  

The team

LGNSW’s Innovation and Capacity Unit is agile and we are seeking a person that is flexible, adaptable and enjoys working collegially as part of a small and productive unit and across the division when required.  

How to apply

Applications should include:
 
  • a covering letter which clearly details your skills and experience as relevant to the position accountabilities and essential requirements detailed in the position description (PDF, 108KB).
  • an up-to-date resume
Please send applications to jobs@lgnsw.org.au. Please email Sarah Artist if you have any enquiries.
 
 
 
Please see senior council vacancies for opportunities within NSW councils.