Administration Officer

Job Description


About the Role

The Port Security team is seeking applications from suitably experienced candidates for a part time, 12 months fixed term contract as a Security Administration Officer.

Reporting to the Port Security Superintendent and working in a dedicated team, you will provide administration support to GPC’s Security Team, so that the team can effectively fulfil its responsibilities, including contributing to the efficient operation of the MSIC Issuing Body Business Unit. These activities, in turn, assist in the coordination, maintenance and compliance with the access control requirements of the Maritime Security Plans (MSP) at Gladstone Ports Corporation’s (GPC’s) security regulated ports.

In addition, your responsibilities will include:

  • Ensuring the privacy and confidentiality of information in accordance with the Privacy Act, including verbal, written, electronic information.
  • Perform all tasks and role related activities in line with the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code; Maritime Transport and Offshore Facility Security Act and Regulations 2003 to ensure GPCs compliance with same.
  • Participation in audits, risk assessments and field exercises.

About You

We are looking for a proactive and enthusiastic Security Administration Officer who is a self-starter, problem solver and, adept at working within a busy collaborative team environment. You would possess demonstrated extensive experience in administration including the MS Office Suite of applications and ideally, hold a Certificate III in Business Administration or equivalent.

For further details on the role and requirements, please refer to the full position description.

Please complete the online application form addressing each of the key selection criteria and submit a cover letter, resume and copies of any qualifications as part of your application.

Confidential enquiries can be made by contacting the recruitment team on (07) 4976 1686.

Applications are to be received prior to 4:00pm Thursday, 11 July 2024, and must be submitted via