Rostering Officer

Job Title: Rostering Officer
Contract Type: Temporary
Location: Adelaide
Reference: JO-2002-3072
Contact Name: Renae Sullivan
Contact Email:
Job Published: February 27, 2020 14:55

Job Description

  • Full time, permanent position
  • Fast-paced role
  • Generous salary packaging available

About the company

Located in the eastern suburbs, this leading not-for-profit organisation provides a full range of retirement living and aged care services with outstanding facilities located in metropolitan Adelaide. Highly respected for service excellence and resident-centred values demonstrated in all aspects of their teams’ functions and relationships, the organisation is committed to making a difference and is going through an exciting period of innovation.

About the role

As Rostering Offier, you will have superior problem solving skills, work collaboratively with colleagues, be comfortable managing multiple tasks and have the ability to re-prioritise tasks throughout the day. Using the rostering software, you will ensure that rosters are reliable, cost effective, flexible and distributed within specific timelines.

Responsibilities include:

  • Staff rostering including rolling out the roster and coordinating the replacement of planned and unplanned leave for nursing and care staff
  • Ensuring shifts are entered correctly, including applying any leave loading or sick leave, before being processed by payroll
  • Documentation management (including staff availability)

Skills & experience

To succeed in this role, you must have previous experience managing staff rostering systems, ideally in an aged care environment.

You must have demonstrated self-motivation, initiative, resilience and problem solving skills.

You must be comfortable working in a fast paced environment, have excellent attention to detail and a 'can-do' attitude. You will be a quick adopter of technology and proficient in MS Office (Outlook, Word and Excel).

You will be customer serviced focused and committed to building productive working relationships to ensure the success of the organisation.

The successful applicant will require a current National Police Check.

Culture & benefits

If you thrive working in a busy and varied role as part of a supportive and dynamic team where they are committed to caring for residents as you would care for your own family, apply today. Critical to this role is maturity combined with a sense of humour and genuine empathy for the staff and elderly you work with.

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