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National Liquor Licensing Coordinator

  • 596074
  • Perth
  • Health, Safety, Environment & Quality
  • Logistics & Supply Chain
  • Other
  • Part Time

At Compass we strive to build an environment of inclusion that allows a diverse group of employees to contribute, participate, and succeed. We value the different perspectives and abilities of our employees because they uniquely improve the quality of our work and services we provide for our clients and customers.

And our services are vast! Compass Group are the global market leader in providing a range of support services to customers in the workplace, schools and colleges, hospitals, at leisure and in remote environments. In Australia we have over 10,000 employees working across 600+ locations. 

The Position

During a period of growth, we are seeking a National Licensing Coordinator to enable Compass Group to continue to comply with its liquor licensing obligation on a national basis with support of existing liquor licensing administrators in both Western Australia and Queensland.

Reporting to the General Manager Safety and Quality this role works collaboratively with the Operational Leaders across all business units. Whilst liquor licensing will be the immediate priority; once the management of liquor licensing is embedded the role will also be required to support the management of food business registrations and licensing in jurisdictions where appropriate.

  • Maintenance of the national register of liquor licences
  • Act as a first point of contact for the operations teams on liquor licensing matters
  • Manage all new applications, renewals and updates to liquor licences
  • Review compliance with site liquor licence conditions and management plans
  • Support the mobilisation team to comply with the liquor licensing requirements for new sites
  • Monitor and track liquor licensing training, verification activities including audit results and report non-compliances
  • Monitor changes in the liquor licensing regulations through subscription services
  • Maintenance of the company liquor licensing training and guidance material
  • Support the management of food business registrations and licensing in jurisdictions
  • Communication of updates on changes to state-based liquor licensing requirements

 THE PERSON 

  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Licensing experience essential
  • Approved Managers
  • Computer literate – demonstrated competence in the use of Microsoft Word, Outlook, Power Point and Excel
  • Understanding of Liquor Licensing laws and regulations across multiple states
  • Autonomous self-starter
  • Demonstrated experience implementing and monitoring liquor licensing programs in a multi-service environment
  • Detailed knowledge of applicable legislation and ISO standards
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office, web-based software applications and a high level of computer literacy in general
  • Experience in managing inter-relationships across the company and stakeholders including clients and other relevant industry associations and bodies.

THE BENEFITS

We believe in the opportunity to recognise and develop great talent and offer many diverse opportunities.  We place great importance in looking after our people and offer a variety of learning and development opportunities, reward, and recognition programs, paid parental leave and a selection of corporate benefits.

 

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