EA to Group Executive People, Finance and Change

Full-time - Sydney

Date posted
20 February 2020
Applications close
3 March 2020
  • Newly created role – with significant potential
  • Be valued for your contribution
  • Leading industry fund, five-minute walk to Wynyard

About Us
As one of Australia’s largest profit-to member superannuation funds, our mission is to help our members achieve their personal best retirement outcomes. We work with 176 thousand employers and have over two million members playing a role in the futures of around one in six working Australians.

Our team at Rest enjoy a positive culture built around our core values “The Rest Effect”. We seek excellence in everything we do, are dynamic and innovative in the way we work, are always accountable, we are champions of our members and we succeed together.

We value and support our team members by offering a great range of benefits, including but not limited to; flexible work environment, an open plan and modern office, free fruit, health and wellbeing programs and tailored development plans to support you to achieve your personal best career outcome with us.

About the Job
Supporting to the Group Executive of People, Finance and Change and the wider team as appropriate.  A highly involved role, with opportunity to further develop and expand on your existing ability. 

Undertaking a diverse range of duties and the potential to be involved in a range of projects and liaison with outsourced service providers and industry associations such as ASFA and AIST.

Key responsibilities include:
  • Provide advanced assistance to the GE People, Finance and Change and the People, Finance and Change Leadership team.  Assisting in preparation of reports and presentations to Rest Committees and Board and other Senior Executives of Rest.
  • Manage diary and email of GE People, Finance and Change.
  • Performing various complex administrative support functions, including but not limited to, analytical and specialised administrative duties to ensure efficient office operations.
  • Perform advanced use of MS Office to provide complex presentations, reports, spreadsheets and graphs; transcribe information of a technical, confidential and or sensitive nature.
  • Determine importance and priority of various issues and determine what major issues should be brought to the attention of the GE.
  • Research, compile, summarise, and analyse information to formulate correspondence and respond to various inquiries from internal and external sources.
  • Manage the organisation of meetings including scheduling and invitations, booking rooms, setting up agendas, minute taking, organising catering and distribution of meeting documentation and minutes.
  • Circulation of reminders of outstanding action items, project reports and documentation to the relevant parties and individuals in a timely manner allowing for adherence to deadlines.
  • Maintains team documentation and information that may be confidential, sensitive and or critical along with project artefact documentation and project financial reporting into the document management system and or project office management system.
  • Complete expense reporting, invoice processing and track budget expenditures as required.
 
About You
You regard communication as a key component of your success, coupled with respect for deadlines and exemplary organisation ability. An eye for detail, inquisitive, highly organised and discrete are all elements of your style of operation.
You take pride in representing your Group and welcome the opportunity to collaborate and share ideas and initiatives, naturally seeking out ways to improve our business and have a desire to continually learn and evolve professionally.
 
Desired experience, understanding or credentials including:
  • Extensive experience providing complex support or problem-solving in a fast-paced environment, either as an executive/personal assistant or in a role with similar multi-faceted demands.
  • An interest in human resource, administration or finance.
  • High degree of confidentiality and interpersonal sensitivity
  • Agile and adaptable; able to operate in fast paced environment and adjust to changing priorities.
  • Advanced Microsoft Office skills including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Excellent time management skills and ability to manage competing demands under pressure

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, ideally in an area such as human resources, professional services or humanities, or similar (desirable).

At Rest we believe that everyone has the power to make a difference and we offer an inclusive and diverse environment that values the qualities and backgrounds that our people bring to the team. We encourage open and diverse thinking, collaboration, innovation and high performance.

If this sounds like you, apply now by submitting your resume and an optional covering letter summarising your experience and outlining why you are interested in the role or email careers@rest.com.au
 
Visit our website to learn more about your next opportunity at Rest to create happier tomorrows for our customers and in your own life at http://www.rest.com.au/about-rest/careers

Please note only people with the right to work permanently in Australia will be considered. 

To apply, click on the “Apply Now” button, fill in the form, attach your CV and cover letter addressing the points above. We look forward to hearing from you.