APS4 Budget Management Support Planner

Posted 10 July 2024
Salary$43.82 per hour
Job type Casual

Job description

About the Role:
The Budget Management Support Officer will play a pivotal role in analysing participant records and making funding decisions aligned with policies and legislative frameworks. Responsibilities include engaging participants and their representatives to understand needs and spending patterns, ensuring compliance with operational guidelines, and contributing to achieving performance targets.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Analyse participant records to inform funding decisions and mitigate overspending.
  • Communicate effectively with participants via telephone to assess current circumstances and support needs.
  • Maintain accurate records using IT systems and adhere to established procedures.
  • Research and review decisions, managing moderately complex cases with guidance from senior staff.
  • Complete administrative and data entry tasks related to participant plans.
  • Actively contribute to achieving key performance indicators and planning targets.
Skills and Experience:
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills, essential for effective participant engagement.
  • Must be able to work from office during training period
  • Ability to work within defined parameters and under general direction.
  • Familiarity with policy application and adherence to procedural guidelines.
  • Experience in administrative tasks and data management is advantageous.
  • Competent IT and data analytical skills

To Apply 

As this role is with a Federal Government Agency, applicants are required to be Australian Citizens. 

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