Circular Economy Executive Assistant Role

Circular Economy Executive Assistant Role

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January 16th, 2023

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  • Be part of the Australian Circular Economy Hub (ACE Hub) and help support the transition to a circular economy in Australia! 

  • Work for one of Australia's best known environmental not-for-profits with over 30 years of experience. 

  • Enjoy a 9-day fortnight working with a passionate and enthusiastic team to drive business, government and community change.

About the role:

As an Executive Assistant, you will work with the ACE Hub team to provide high-level communication for planning, coordination and administration of projects and activities. This includes diary and appointment management, travel arrangements, event management support, drafting correspondence, records management and minute-taking, and liaising with counterparts in government, industry, and academia.

The EA will also be tasked with following up on connections and opportunities for collaboration generated by the Head of Circular Economy Development. This requires engagement with internal and external stakeholders.

We are looking for a passionate, energetic and experienced Executive Assistant (EA) to join the ACE Hub team. Reporting to the Head of Circular Economy Programs, this is an exciting opportunity for a resourceful professional with working knowledge of sustainability and preferably circular economy. You will work closely with the Executive team and contribute to circular economy projects that support the transition in Australia.

This is a full-time 12-month contract position. The hours are 7.5 hours per day, 9 days per fortnight. The salary range for this role is $70-75k per annum + super and benefits.

How we support our staff:

  • We offer flexible working arrangements, remote working and a 9 day fortnight.

  • Access to a range of meaningful benefits to support their mental wellbeing, including an Employee Assistance Program.

  • A high level of support to grow their careers through learning and development.

  • An organisational culture that rewards and recognises innovation and values, not long hours.

Planet Ark is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive work environment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability or age. We strongly encourage people from all cultural backgrounds to apply, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

How to apply:

If you've got the skills for the role and passion to make a difference, apply now by emailing your application to hr@planetark.org. Please attach your current resume, a cover letter and separate written response outlining how your skills and experience address the selection criteria found in the job description below.


Tom Mann

Information Centre Manager and P&C Coordinator

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