Registry Officer, Ongoing, DARLINGHURST
About the Role
Salary: Package up to $104,578 per annum
Closing Date: 25 January 2021 @ 9:59AM
The Workers Compensation Commission (WCC) resolves workers compensation disputes between workers, employers and insurers across NSW. The WCC is an independent statutory tribunal within the state’s justice system, committed to providing a transparent and independent dispute resolution service. Resolving disputes in the shortest time frame is a priority for the WCC. We work with all parties (workers, employers and insurers) throughout the process, to discuss ways of resolving a dispute. The work of the WCC is done by presidential members, a Registrar, , arbitrators, mediators, approved medical specialists, and legal and operational staff.
On 1 March 2021, workers compensation dispute resolution will combine with motor accidents dispute resolution to form a new tribunal called the Personal Injury Commission (PIC).
Staff of WCC are provided by the Department of Customer Service (DCS), which is a department that is transforming the way NSW Government agencies interact with customers. DCS is passionate about putting the customer at the centre of everything we do and adopting new technologies to make government work better..
Manage the registration process for applications, ensuring the correct use of relevant procedures and guidelines to meet service standards
Manage escalated sensitive or complex customer enquiries to facilitate the provision of accurate and timely advice and effective resolution of issues and providing technical advice and acting as the point of escalation on more complex registry matters
Develop and maintain specialised knowledge, techniques and skills to ensure delivery of a high-quality service and continuing service delivery standards
Maintaining up-to-date and thorough knowledge of legislation, subordinate legislation, guidelines and procedures related to the registration of matters within a changing regulatory environment
Providing a high degree of precision and accuracy in tasks in order to deliver high quality and accurate information to case management given tight timeframes and the need to maintain accuracy and attention to detail
To be successful you will: Enjoy delivering service to those working to resolve disputes and you will also have a genuine interest in Tribunals.
For enquiries regarding this position please contact Mark Norman on 61 2 8281 6454
Understand more about the Workers Compensation Commission. Please look at the Commission’s website at https://www.wcc.nsw.gov.au to learn more about the Commission.
In addition, see why you should work for NSW at
How to Apply!
Your application must include a covering letter and an up-to-date resume that details your knowledge, skills and experience in relation to the above role, demonstrating your capability against the focus capabilities of the role.
Please submit your CV (5 pages maximum) with a maximum two-page cover letter outlining how your experience meets the focus capabilities of the role.
Working at Department of Customer Service
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Salary Grade 5/6, with the base salary for this role starting at $85,488 base plus superannuation
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If you do require an adjustment during the recruitment process, please notify us on your application form.