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Administration Manager - Leadership Opportunity - Mawson Lakes location

Advertiser: Lockheed Martin3.2 out of 53.2 overall rating (38 employee reviews) More jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
14 Jan 2020
Location
Adelaide
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Administration & Office Support, Office Management

Administration Manager - Leadership Opportunity - Mawson Lakes location

 

About us:

Lockheed Martin is a dynamic, growing, and energetic organisation offering stimulating, challenging work at the forefront of technology. Lockheed Martin is a leader in Australia’s National Security, and our collaboration with Australian industry spans the Aeronautics, Maritime, Surveillance and Defence domains. We employ approximately 100,000 staff worldwide, and over 1000 staff in Australia across multiple locations

 

About the role:

Located in the leafy suburb of Mawson Lakes you will have access to free parking and new modern offices. Also on offer is a friendly and supportive work culture, flexible working hours and competitive salary package.

This outstanding opportunity offers the chance to take charge and be hands on to own the operational administration capability, drive change, improve process and manage a national team.

This is a senior position within Lockheed Martin requiring a high level of drive to oversee a wide range of administrative functions and delivery of effective administrative services and systems.  With assistance from the team, there will be a small requirement to provide Executive Administration support to the General Manager and Vice President. This includes diary and email management.

 

Other day to day responsibilities will include:

  • Oversee the delivery of effective administrative services and systems by identifying needs, evaluating options and devising ways to streamline processes
  • Continuously drive process improvement and excellence
  • Deliver a high level of advice and guidance to a range of stakeholders across the Company with respect to administrative activities
  • Oversee a wide range of administrative functions including but not limited to: setting up and maintaining good filing systems; diary management; coordination of office supplies; correspondence receipt, referrals, and response; travel coordination; arranging meetings and conferences; and support for rostering /scheduling activities
  • Guide continuity across the company by documenting and communicating actions, irregularities, and continuing needs
  • Providing a significant contribution to the creation of an effective workplace culture which recognises and values both individual and team contributions to organisational effectiveness
  • Leading and mentoring individuals to achieve their potential, effectively maximising their contribution to the achievement of goals
  • Proactively undertaking all people management practices, workforce planning; induction and probationary reviews of new employees; timely management of performance issues; coaching, mentoring, and development of employees and annual salary review process
  • Actively support business growth opportunities to ensure adequate planning and estimating are performed and that relevant documentation is produced for the administrative capability aspects
  • Ensure the delivery of preparing and maintaining records of reports, presentations, memorandums, proposals and other correspondence
  • Work collaboratively across the business to achieve successful outcomes

 

Essential skills and experience required:

  • Significant experience in an administrative position in a management/team leader capacity
  • Excellent communication skills (verbal, written and presentation) including an ability to prepare and present concise oral and written reports, briefings, updates and other documentation
  • Ability to break down complex issues, problem solve and interface effectively with management and staff at all levels
  • Strong leadership and relationship building skills with the ability to manage through influence and form creative partnerships to identify issues, drive innovation, obtain consensus in order to achieve business objectives
  • Proven ability to operate and manage virtually within a matrix organization, with the ability to drive and implement change
  • Solid skills in MS Office Suite and SharePoint

 

Applicants are required to be Australian Citizens and ideally hold a current or re-instatable NV1 Defence Security Clearance or be eligible to gain this upon commencement

 

How we reward & support you:

At Lockheed Martin we value our team and the contribution they make every day. We offer rewarding career pathways working on interesting projects that make a difference, continuous professional development and the opportunity to learn from a diverse team of talented individuals. In return we offer:

  • Competitive Remuneration
  • Options for genuine work/life flexibility including a 9 day, compacted fortnight
  • Membership to Destination Discounts – that saves you money on many every day purchases including supermarkets, petrol, department stores to name a few
  • Annual flu vaccinations
  • Salary packaging for car leasing

 

Where to from here?

If this role is of interest to you, we invite you to submit your application by applying via the link below. We are keen to hear from ambitious and driven professionals with relevant qualifications and experience. We can then review your details and come back to you to open the discussion around the role or other relevant opportunities across the program that will play to your strengths.
 

Learn more about us

Lockheed Martin is a leader in Australia’s National Security, and our collaboration with Australian industry spans the Aeronautics, Maritime, Surveillance and Defence domains. Our team spans the globe and we have 98,000 staff worldwide, and over 800 staff in Australia across multiple locations. Learn more about us, this program, our team and our proud history by visiting www.lockheedmartin.com.au

 

About us:

Lockheed Martin is a dynamic, growing, and energetic organisation offering stimulating, challenging work at the forefront of technology. Lockheed Martin is a leader in Australia’s National Security, and our collaboration with Australian industry spans the Aeronautics, Maritime, Surveillance and Defence domains. We employ approximately 100,000 staff worldwide, and over 1000 staff in Australia across multiple locations

 

About the role:

Located in the leafy suburb of Mawson Lakes you will have access to free parking and new modern offices. Also on offer is a friendly and supportive work culture, flexible working hours and competitive salary package.

This outstanding opportunity offers the chance to take charge and be hands on to own the operational administration capability, drive change, improve process and manage a national team.

This is a senior position within Lockheed Martin requiring a high level of drive to oversee a wide range of administrative functions and delivery of effective administrative services and systems.  With assistance from the team, there will be a small requirement to provide Executive Administration support to the General Manager and Vice President. This includes diary and email management.

 

Other day to day responsibilities will include:

  • Oversee the delivery of effective administrative services and systems by identifying needs, evaluating options and devising ways to streamline processes
  • Continuously drive process improvement and excellence
  • Deliver a high level of advice and guidance to a range of stakeholders across the Company with respect to administrative activities
  • Oversee a wide range of administrative functions including but not limited to: setting up and maintaining good filing systems; diary management; coordination of office supplies; correspondence receipt, referrals, and response; travel coordination; arranging meetings and conferences; and support for rostering /scheduling activities
  • Guide continuity across the company by documenting and communicating actions, irregularities, and continuing needs
  • Providing a significant contribution to the creation of an effective workplace culture which recognises and values both individual and team contributions to organisational effectiveness
  • Leading and mentoring individuals to achieve their potential, effectively maximising their contribution to the achievement of goals
  • Proactively undertaking all people management practices, workforce planning; induction and probationary reviews of new employees; timely management of performance issues; coaching, mentoring, and development of employees and annual salary review process
  • Actively support business growth opportunities to ensure adequate planning and estimating are performed and that relevant documentation is produced for the administrative capability aspects
  • Ensure the delivery of preparing and maintaining records of reports, presentations, memorandums, proposals and other correspondence
  • Work collaboratively across the business to achieve successful outcomes

 

Essential skills and experience required:

  • Significant experience in an administrative position in a management/team leader capacity
  • Excellent communication skills (verbal, written and presentation) including an ability to prepare and present concise oral and written reports, briefings, updates and other documentation
  • Ability to break down complex issues, problem solve and interface effectively with management and staff at all levels
  • Strong leadership and relationship building skills with the ability to manage through influence and form creative partnerships to identify issues, drive innovation, obtain consensus in order to achieve business objectives
  • Proven ability to operate and manage virtually within a matrix organization, with the ability to drive and implement change
  • Solid skills in MS Office Suite and SharePoint

 

Applicants are required to be Australian Citizens and ideally hold a current or re-instatable NV1 Defence Security Clearance or be eligible to gain this upon commencement

 

How we reward & support you:

At Lockheed Martin we value our team and the contribution they make every day. We offer rewarding career pathways working on interesting projects that make a difference, continuous professional development and the opportunity to learn from a diverse team of talented individuals. In return we offer:

  • Competitive Remuneration
  • Options for genuine work/life flexibility including a 9 day, compacted fortnight
  • Membership to Destination Discounts – that saves you money on many every day purchases including supermarkets, petrol, department stores to name a few
  • Annual flu vaccinations
  • Salary packaging for car leasing

 

Where to from here?

If this role is of interest to you, we invite you to submit your application by applying via the link below. We are keen to hear from ambitious and driven professionals with relevant qualifications and experience. We can then review your details and come back to you to open the discussion around the role or other relevant opportunities across the program that will play to your strengths.
 

Learn more about us

Lockheed Martin is a leader in Australia’s National Security, and our collaboration with Australian industry spans the Aeronautics, Maritime, Surveillance and Defence domains. Our team spans the globe and we have 98,000 staff worldwide, and over 800 staff in Australia across multiple locations. Learn more about us, this program, our team and our proud history by visiting www.lockheedmartin.com.au

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