GCNA is looking for a new Executive Assistant

Kylie Porter | August 8, 2019

  • Exciting opportunity to work for Australia’s leading corporate responsibility network.

The GCNA is currently recruiting for a new Executive Assistant to partner with our Executive Director and work closely with our Senior Adviser and Associate.

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Executive Assistant role is an integral part of our small but busy team. The role predominately manages business related tasks for our team, including communicating with our internal and external stakeholders who include participant organisations of the UN Global Compact, our accountants, the GCNA Board, the UN Global Compact headquarters and other local networks, and our suppliers. The role also oversees our key organisational tools (i.e. digital customer relationship management, marketing/communications and financial management tools), assists with logistics for events/activities (i.e. catering, room bookings, vendors) and other business-related tasks (i.e. maintaining and updating our website, and Board governance).

As a strong all-rounder with proven experience as an Executive Assistant and prior experience assisting with the coordination of meetings, events and external communications.

This position is part of a small “can do” team and requires a positive, energetic, well-organised multitasker, who can confidently and professionally engage and communicate with a variety of stakeholders at all levels. The successful applicant will have the ability to manage competing deadlines, prioritise workloads, and be highly organised and efficient.

Does this sound like you or someone you know?

If so, please see further details here.

Applications are open via Seek and LinkedIn.

Applications Close

COB Thursday, 5 September.

The role is based in Melbourne’s CBD.

The GCNA supports an inclusive and flexible working environment.

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Kylie Porter

Kylie is a sustainability expert with over 18 years of experience in corporate affairs, sustainability and strategy roles across a broad range of industries. During her career, Kylie has helped numerous companies develop and implement responsible business strategies, managed reputation risk for environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues and wrote and managed policies across various thematic areas including climate change and human rights.