Healthcare

Service Support Officer

Salary

Location

Sydney

Job Type

Contract/Temporary

Job Ref

Date Posted

Thu, 3rd September 2020

An exciting government, operational and administrative support role!


A Service Support Officer will provide operational and administrative support to the regional service delivery teams which may include a mix of front reception, administration, procedural, information technology and other service delivery activities. This may involve collaborating with others and connecting with other regional offices, relevant government or community services to deliver the best service offer.

  • $38ph+Super
  • 1 Year Fixed Term Contract with potential 3year extension
  • Sydney CBD

Duties

Client Service and Front Reception

  • Provide client service support at initial point of contact, including meeting, greeting and streaming clients to the appropriate service channel, completing simple first contact resolution enquiries, identifying and prioritising clients who are potentially vulnerable, in distress or who have accessibility issues and escalating potential issues as required

Clinical Support

  • Assist with client appointments, counsellor diary management and SMS reminders
  • Assist with client file management including ROIs, AfS Referrals, data entry, scanning and uploading documents
  • Process Outreach client allocations, referrals and other file management activities
  • Provide support to the delivery of Group Programs by assisting with promotional activities, maintaining the CMS and organisation of events
  • Process invoices accurately and timely
  • Process travel requests for the regional staff
  • Manage the region’s correspondence workflows (email, mail, TRIM)
  • Assist in meeting National Office requests by collating data and reports, audits
  • Other duties as determined by the Regional Clinical Practice Manager

Key Skills & Personal Attributes

  • Communicate in an effective way
  • Research and make sound decisions using appropriate judgement
  • Analyse and evaluate customer needs, requesting support as appropriate
  • Tailor services to customers
  • Understand and make connections with community, government and other services
  • Have the ability to prioritise work load and multi-task
  • Collaborate with other staff in immediate work area, across a virtual team and with other areas of the department
  • Support and train others, undertake ongoing training
  • In the context of a clinical team composed of allied health professionals, identify, respond to and escalate customer aggression and/or customer interactions
  • Work in and adapt to a changing environment
  • Demonstrate a high level of relevant computer literacy skills
  • Commitment to holistic customer service

All applicants must be an Australian Citizen

Please note only short listed candidates will be contacted

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