EA to President

Posted 03 July 2024
Salary$40 per hour
LocationNew South Wales
Job type Contract
DisciplineBusiness Support

Job description

  • Executive Assistant to President of a purposeful organisation
  • CBD Location
  • Immediate start
  • Temporary

Client Details

A critical public service that ensures that the rights of Australians are protected and supported through legislation. 

Offering a collaborative and supportive environment, our client is driven by purpose and values. 

Situated in the heart of Sydney's CBD, our client is accessible to all amenities and Wynyard Station. 

  • Provide high level executive assistance to the President, including diary management, visitor support, travel/accommodation arrangements, database, file and record management, coordination of communication streams such as correspondence and telephone calls.
  • Manage correspondence, draft responses and presentation material.
  • Maintain administrative systems and processes to ensure consistency and quality in executive support services.
  • Maintain effective liaison between the President’s office, the Commissioners and Chief Executive, Commission staff, State/Commonwealth authorities and other human rights organisations.
  • Liaise with units across the Commission including corporate services, policy units, legal services, investigation and conciliation services and communications to ensure an effective flow of information from the President to these areas.
  •  Process paperwork, maintain and acquire office supplies, and reconcile accounts.


To be successful in this application, you will have extensive experience as an Executive Assistant supporting at the C-suite level. 

  • Demonstrated experience in providing high level executive/administrative support and building/sustaining effective internal/external relationships.
  • Excellent organisational and information technology skills and the ability to work flexibly and autonomously in a demanding and dynamic environment.
  • Demonstrated experience of working collegiately and efficiently in a small team environment with high volume workload and critical deadlines.
  • Demonstrated professionalism, sound judgement, discretion and confidentiality, initiative, integrity, resilience and a commitment to continuous improvement.
  • Excellent oral communication skills, including the ability to:  Liaise confidently with politicians, senior officials, members of the legal profession and Communicate sensitively and effectively with people from a range of backgrounds.
  • Sound written communication skills, including the ability to write clearly and effectively for a wide range of audiences and in various styles.
  • Understanding of political processes and awareness/understanding of contemporary rights and discrimination issues.

Job Offer

  • Immediate start
  • Interesting and purposeful organisation

Contact details - ashleyduffy@future-you.com.au