Corporate Services (CS) 7

If you’ve found your way to this page, it means that you’re interested in a career within the Corporate Services (CS) job family of the disability sector. People in corporate service roles in the disability sector use professional business skills and experience to assist the organisation to operate efficiently and effectively. 
 
There is a diverse range of roles within the CS job family such as:
 
  • Human Resources Advisers
  • Quality Managers
  • Financial Accountants
  • IT Network Engineers
  • People and Culture Consultants
  • Learning and Development Consultants
  • Procurement Specialists
 
As a CS 7, you’ll have a working knowledge of role-related activities in the relevant corporate services area. You’ll assist with straightforward systems and policy development, planning and implementation. Plus you’ll also recommend changes to procedures and quality standards that may impact across other work areas.
 
As a part of your role, you’ll carry out allocated reporting, documentation and administration tasks. It’s possible that you might be a new graduate who is developing an understanding and the capacity to deliver straightforward services in a professional area, or you may even lead a small team of corporate and service support staff.
 
Qualifications and experience
 
There are job roles in the CS job family where formal qualifications and practice registration are a pre-requisite. Employers will specify qualification or equivalent experience requirements for particular roles. To be considered for a CS 7 role, you’ll generally be required to have a relevant tertiary qualification and/or equivalent knowledge and experience, or a 4 year degree with some experience.
 
As there is always more to learn, you’ll also be expected to undertake regular professional development to increase your knowledge and skill set.
 
True stories
 
CS 7 roles are challenging and rewarding. Through your contribution, you’re ensuring that the organisation you work for is making a positive difference to the lives of people with disability.
 
 

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