Level 1, 193 Wakefield Street
Adelaide SA 5000
p. (08) 8214 8020
Support a dynamic CE in a newly created EA role to be a sounding board and voice of reason in a fast paced and innovative environment. Circa $94K
Lifetime Support Authority (LSA) is a statutory authority responsible for the administration of the unique Lifetime Support Scheme providing treatment, care and support to those who have sustain serious injury in a motor vehicle accident. With a vision to ensure their level of service of care is extraordinary, LSA have an inclusive culture with a strong focus on performance and continuous improvement. Their 2020 strategic outcomes are focused around person-centered services, scheme sustainability and continued research, education and programs. With further growth on the horizon, an Executive Assistant is now sought to partner with the Chief Executive (CE).
As a key point of contact for internal and external stakeholder communication, the Executive Assistant will be ‘one step ahead’ in the scheduling of resources and access to this dynamic and high energy CE. This will include extensive diary and email management, preparing reports, presentations, researching and drafting advice, reviewing correspondence and actioning phone calls at an executive level. This role will provide an objective voice of reason and act as a confidant to the CE, while also providing project support to the Manager Organisational Performance. Working on a variety of projects, process improvements and liaising with LSA senior management, the board and external stakeholders, will ensure variety in this newly created position.
This role requires a professional and innovative individual who thrives in a diverse and inclusive culture, is a resilient and natural influencer with the ability to build relationships and champion the way things are done. You will demonstrate initiative, business acumen, be IT savvy and possess strong written communication and exceptional prioritisation skills. In addition, you will also have the ability to make others feel a sense of calm in your presence. Extensive experience in providing executive support to a CEO or Executive Manager is required and qualifications in business administration (or similar) are desirable.