Chief of Staff Jobs Sydney & Melbourne

The strategic superstar who makes a CEO’s life a dream. Your favourite Scrabble words are implementation and optimisation.

Chief of Staff Jobs Sydney & Melbourne

The strategic superstar who makes a CEO’s life a dream. Your favourite Scrabble words are implementation and optimisation.

CHIEF OF STAFF JOBS

The best Chief of Staff jobs in Sydney

Looking for your next chief of staff role? We’re here to help you dream really big! We’re Sydney’s favourite boutique recruitment agency for administration roles. 

While the chief of staff role is primarily found in the office of political officials, this role is increasing in popularity in the private sector.

Working as the right-hand to the CEO, the chief of staff is responsible for streamlining strategic and operational activities within the business including communication, research, strategy development and personnel management. This frees up the CEO to spend more time on company growth and long-term success without losing touch with staff and key internal issues.

We have access to some of the best opportunities across Sydney, from the CBD to Surry Hills, Northern Beaches, North Sydney, Macquarie park and the  The Hills district, many of which are not openly advertised, we can’t wait to help you find the job of your dreams!

CHIEF OF STAFF JOBS

What does a Chief of Staff do?

The chief of staff role can include a myriad duties but some of the key daily duties you can be expected to execute are:

  • Main point of contact between staff, stakeholders and senior management
  • Strategic support to the CEO
  • Project management of strategic initiatives
  • Prepare meeting and media interview briefs
  • Draft documents including correspondence and speeches
  • Ensure all staff issues are addressed diligently
  • Participate in meetings alongside the CEO
  • Coordinate with the CEO’s executive assistant and private PA

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How much do Chief of Staff earn in Sydney?

Chief of staff in Sydney typically earn from $90,000 up to $250, 000 depending on the industry, qualifications and level of experience. 

If you are a chief of staff in Sydney, working in a temporary or contract capacity, you can expect to earn an hourly rate of between $40 per hour and $85+ per hour.

All salaries/rates are based on NSW/VIC positions and are exclusive of superannuation. Further, the below rates do not include additional bonuses or the value of non-monetary benefits.

Intermediate – $90-120k/Yearly salary, $45-55/Hourly rate

Senior – $120-250k+/Yearly salary, $55-85+/Hourly rate

See our most recent salary guide.

How much do Chief of Staff earn in Melbourne?

Chief of staff in Melbourne typically earn from $90,000 up to $250,000+ depending on the level of experience. 

If you are a chief of staff in Melbourne working in a temporary or contract capacity, you can expect to earn an hourly rate of between $40 per hour and $60-85+ per hour.

All salaries/rates are based on NSW/VIC positions and are exclusive of superannuation. Further, the below rates do not include additional bonuses or the value of non-monetary benefits.

Intermediate – $90-120k/Yearly salary, $45-55/Hourly rate

Senior – $120-250k+/Yearly salary, $55-85+/Hourly rate

See our most recent salary guide.

What is a typical career pathway for Chief of Staff?

The chief of staff role is a great opportunity for senior executive assistants who aspire to be more operationally and strategically involved with their CEO or senior executive. Often degree qualified, ideal candidates will have a penchant towards general management, strategy, people and an innate understanding of the business’ external influences and internal capabilities.

How many Chief of Staff jobs do you have in Sydney?

The number of chief of staff jobs we have changes all the time.  You can search through our available administration jobs at any time.

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