Pa To The Head Of Middle School, Adelaide

Published 2021-12-04
Expires 2022-01-04
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Pa To The Head Of Middle School, Adelaide
Australia, Adelaide, Adelaide,
Published December 4, 2021

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Pa to the head of middle school

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Immanuel College has a style of its own with a tradition of excellence in an innovative learning and working environment. The College is unique, contemporary, fun and bold They take the welfare and success of the students and staff seriously so they can achieve their full potential. They respect and care for the individual while also celebrating and promoting the vitality and distinctive value of their diverse community. We are thrilled to be partnering with Immanuel to find their next Personal Assistant to the Head of Middle School. This position is a busy and critical role to ensure the Head of Middle School is able to execute the operations and strategic goals of the Middle school. The PA will have the capability to do many things at once and can change plans often and easily, as well as being able to concentrate on multiple events happening in and around the school. There will be constant interruptions from students, colleagues, visitors and telephone calls and you will need to have the ability and the poise to handle this well. The ideal candidate will need to have experience working in a similar role. The key responsibilities include but will not be limited to: Strong relationship management skills Professional and engaging communication skills Strong initiative including the ability to manage up High systems and technological capability We are looking for a long term, brand ambassador. A doer and a business enabler. You will be passionate about your work and workplace and this will flow on through all of your interactions, whilst upholding the values of the School. If you are interested in this role, please raise your interest with Mellisa Bennetts at mellisa.bennettsegmpartners.com.au

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