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SPELD NSW Employment Opportunity – Office and Professional Learning Administrator

Come and join the SPELD NSW team as our Part-Time Office and Professional Learning Administrator!!

The Office and Professional Learning Administrator provides:

  • administrative support for the SPELD NSW’s professional learning and parent workshops
  • customer service to SPELD NSW’s clients and supporters.

This role is a part-time role (21 hours per week) and to be undertaken over 3 days per week (Tuesdays to Thursday) from 8.30am to 4pm.

Applications are open until Wednesday, 21 October.  Please send applications (cover letter and resume) to Georgina Perry, Executive Officer, SPELD NSW at enquiries@speldnsw.org.au.

For more information, please download the position description.

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