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Vacant Position: MUA Branch Administrator

Position Vacant

Maritime Union Australia 
Branch Administrator 
Casual 
Location: Darwin

 
The Northern Territory Branch of The Maritime Union of Australia, based in Darwin is seeking a self-starter with administrative and bookkeeping skills to cover periods of leave and other times on a casual basis.

 
Working with the Branch Secretary, the scope of responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Carrying out bookkeeping functions
  • Processing of membership information and data
  • Maintaining databases
  • Arranging travel bookings
  • Providing administrative / secretarial support to the Branch Secretary
  • General administrative duties

To be considered for this role, you will possess a qualification in Bookkeeping and have demonstrated experience in similar or related role. 
Your attention to detail, advanced computer literacy, particularly possessing well-developed database and Excel skills, adaptability and flexibility will be the basis upon which expected outputs are delivered in a timely manner. 
Your proactive and organised approach, demonstrating a sound work ethic and ability to prioritise and plan in a busy office environment, will ensure that the Branch is administered efficiently and effectively.

 
For additional information contact:    Trisha Hurley – 0419 528 413 
Applications should be forwarded to:   recruit@mua.org.au 
Closing date for applications:    Friday 3 June 2016 
The Maritime Union of Australia is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Applicants must be permanent residents and able to work in Australia.

Published: 25 May 2016

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