Senior Project Officer – Australian Federation of Deaf Societies*
Part time ? 15 hours per week. For a copy of the position description and/or further information, contact Rebecca Ladd on 02 8833 3617 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
OTE $21/HOUR + BONUS * THURS/ FRI/ SAT – 18 HOURS /WEEK. Join an independent organisation campaigning to ensure a just, peaceful, sustainable environment for future generations! The purpose of this role is to increase the financial resources of this organisation by recruiting new financial supporters in main shopping streets around Sydney. You will work mostly outdoors in public places, informing potential supporters about campaigns and encouraging them to offer their support through regular monthly financial contributions, by direct debit or credit card. This is a great chance to make some money while you study and support a great cause at the same time. You will need to work a minimum of 18 hours per week over Thursday, Friday and Saturday and will have the opportunity to increase your hours during holidays. ? Ability to reach fundraising targets and handle objections? Excellent communication skills ? Enthusiasm and motivation to promote this organisation ? Outgoing and positive attitude ? Ability to work in a team. If you feel that you have these skills and qualities and are passionate about the environment, please forward your resume or contact Annie Barker or Joanna Sawa on 82430505.
Project Worker The Australian Red Cross NSW save-a-mate (SAM) program
Seeking a suitably experienced person to join the SAM team based in Sydney. SAM is a multi faceted alcohol and other drugs training/ education program targeting a diverse range of groups. This role will require you to create opportunities for individuals, businesses and other organisations to partner with SAM resulting in continued expansion of the program. A large component of the role includes maintaining and capacity building a network of volunteers. Identification and pursuit of opportunities to raise funds through fee for service activities as well as marketing and promoting the program are also integral components of this exciting role. Demonstrated experience in training delivery along with a certificate 4 in assessment and workplace training will be highly regarded. Applicants will need to obtain a position description from online at www.redcross.org.au/nsw For further information, call Lyn Puckeridge on 9229 4218 or email email@example.com. Applications to Human Resources, 159 Clarence Street, Sydney NSW 2000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by 26 May 2006.
After School Carer/ADMIN SUPPORT
We seek a very special person with a teaching and/or child care background to work 24 hrs pw with two children 10 & 13 yrs after school plus 12 hrs pw as a support co-ordinator in our Lindfield office. Must have well developed computer skills, a pleasant phone manner, be meticulous & organised. Car ess. Attractive Salary package To commence May/June 2006 Ph: Judy 02 9416 7511 DIAL-AN-ANGEL Australia’s leading Agency in HOME and FAMILY CARE. To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate Australian or New Zealand work visa.
EDUCATOR St George Life Education Centre (part time- 3 days per week)
Required to teach Life Education (Healthy Harold) Programs to infants and primary school children in mobile unit at Primary schools within the St George region. Essential: Appropriate experience and/or qualifications in education, health or drug and alcohol education A demonstrated capacity to deliver curriculum material in a professional and effective manner Well developed communications skills, proven ability to work with children High degree of self-motivation and capacity to work without supervision Current drivers licence and own transport Desirable: Broad knowledge of the philosophy and objectives of Life Education Salary is in accordance with Educators (Life Education) (State) Award, dependent upon qualifications and experience. Successful applicant will be required to undertake an intensive 8 week training course at the Life Education Training Centre (Colyton) Please send resume to Michele Lansdown Fax: 9546 3639 Email: email@example.com Applications close Wednesday 17th May.
COMMUNITY SUPPORT WORKER – Centacare
Seeking fulltime Community Support Workers for our Accommodation Services. Based in the Liverpool area, the role provides education, training, and support to clients in independent living skills, community access, transport, personal care and behaviour support in a group home environment. Essential: Relevant qualifications in Disabilities, Social Sciences or equivalent; First Aid Certificate; Experience working with people with a disability and challenging behaviours; understanding of the Disability Services Act and Standards; ability to work independently and within a team; good written and verbal communication skills; current drivers licence; access to a comprehensively insured motor vehicle; availability to work day, evening, night, sleepovers and weekend shifts; work within the Mission of Centacare. Location: South West and Southern Sydney Salary: SACS Award, Grade 3 Enquiries: For an information package contact Michele Reynolds on 8778 4293 or firstname.lastname@example.org Closing Date: 2nd June, 2006 Child Protection legislation requires preferred applicants to be subject to Employment Screening.
Community Coordinator – Eastern Respite & Recreation
* 28 hours per week * 12 month contract * $47,100 ? $52,100 pro rata
Eastern Respite & Recreation is a not for profit organisation in Eastern Sydney. We provide a range of innovative, community based services for people with disabilities and their families. We are seeking a highly skilled individual to manage ERR?s OOSH Inclusion Program. The successful applicant will provide information, training and support to mainstream OOSH Centre?s to facilitate the inclusion of children with low to high support needs, aged 5 ? 12 years. The coordinator will have a strong emphasis on community development and will therefore build relationships with centres, local SUPS teams and other community groups. They will also be creative and resourceful. This is a varied and stimulating position with a high degree of autonomy. The successful applicant will join a committed and supportive staff team within a forward-thinking organisation. To be successful in this role, it is expected you will have; tertiary qualifications or equivalent experience working in the disabilities field; experience developing, coordinating and running programs for children with disabilities; extensive hands-on experience working with people with disabilities including experience with high support needs and challenging behaviour; extensive knowledge of child development; experience in developing training packages and training staff; experience managing budgets; experience implementing OH&S legislation in a community based environment; knowledge of and the commitment to the Disability Services Act and Standards; demonstrated ability to work with families in a professional and sensitive manner; exceptional organisational and time-management skills; superior communication skills (written and verbal); a sensitive and positive approach to cultural diversity; an ability to work independently and as part of a team; computer competency; current driver?s license and own car.To apply for the position applicants must submit an up to date resume and cover letter addressing each of the selection criteria. A job pack can be obtained by contacting the Manager, Children?s Services on 9349 4666 or email at email@example.com Application close Friday 26th May ?06. To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate Australian or New Zealand work visa.
Project Co-Ordinator – Mercy Refugee Service
FULL TIME Maternity Leave. Mercy Refugee Service in Lewisham is recruiting a Project Co-ordinator for the Community Links Program, which trains and supports volunteers working with newly arrived refugees in Sydney. Position is to June 2007. Ph: (02) 9564 1911 for further information. Applications close May 26.
Librarian – Children & Young Adults
To be successful in this maternity relief role you will be tertiary qualified in librarianship and prepared to work at both Pagewood and Mascot libraries as rostered. You will have experience working in a similar role; possess knowledge of children?s literature and have excellent communication skills and computer literacy. Language skills in a relevant community language other than English will be well regarded. A driver?s licence is desirable.Salary dependent on skills and experience and relevant penalty rates apply for rostered weekend shifts. Visit website for more details or call Sharon Gordon on (02) 9366 3632. Working with Children Check applies. Applications close 22/5/06. To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate Australian or New Zealand work visa. www.botanybay.nsw.gov.au
Major Gifts Co-Ordinator
# Excellent opportunity to join a Leading International aid organisation# Key Strategic Role # North Sydney Based. To be successful in this role you will need to have worked in Marketing or the Aid and Development Sector, possess excellent networking skills, be flexible, professional and a polished communicator. Ideally you will have extensive fundraising experience and a track record in developing and implementing a Major Gift and/or Bequest Program. Experience in setting and achieving targets is essential. Reporting to the Fundraising group leader you will be responsible for organising and participating promotional events for the major gifts and bequests prospects and identifying and cultivating relationships with major supporters. A genuine appreciation for the importance of fundraising is essential. The role will involve some travel throughout Australia. Flexible work arrangements are a key feature of the work environment. Please email us now if you are interested in this role. If you meet the above criteria please forward your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting reference NSWIMECT080506 To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate Australian or New Zealand work visa.
Part Time Teachers, Painting & Decorating – TAFE Wollongong Campus
Part Time Teachers Painting & Decorating Wollongong Campus Job Reference No. II06/026 Salary: $59.68 per hour Applications are invited from suitably qualified people who wish to be placed on a suitability list to teach. Inquiries: Narelle Paterson (02) 4229 0553. Information package: may be downloaded from website. Closing Date: 26 May 2006visa. http://www.illawarra.tafensw.edu.au/employment/ employment.htm
Youth Researcher – Illawarra Ethnic Communities Council Inc
The Illawarra Ethnic Communities Council Inc CALD Youth Mentor Research project is funded by the Community Relations Commission. Suitably qualified professionals are encouraged to apply for the position of Youth Researcher to coordinate the youth research project. Qualifications and Experience: Essential: Experience in research and consultation. Demonstrate understanding of CALD youth needs in the Illawarra. This position is for 14 hours per week for 6 months. Salary in accordance with the relevant SACS award. Contact: For enquiries and a copy of a detailed job description please call Terrie on 4229-7566 or email email@example.com Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. Applications must address all the essential and non essential criteria and forwarded in writing or via email to: Recruitment/Youth Illawarra Ethnic Communities Council Inc PO Box 238, Wollongong NSW 2500 Applications close Wednesday 24th May 2006 Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate Australian or New Zealand work visa.
Organisational Manager – South West Community Housing Association Inc. (SWCHAI)
A not-for-profit organization in Wagga & Griffith areas. The Association provides affordable long term housing for low income people. The role requires responsibility for operational functions, financial management, service quality, legislative, regulatory & funding obligations. Key responsibilities will also include organizational management, strategic planning, staff management & promotion of SWCHAI with key stakeholders & the community. This position is 30 hours per week & will require some travel. Ideally you will have tertiary qualifications in a related discipline including Human Resources, Business, Financial Management or Marketing. A remuneration package shall be as per the Social & Community Services Employees (State) Award 2006 Grade 5. Applicants are to provide a curriculum vitae, outlining work experience & tertiary qualifications. Applicants should obtain an application package by contacting Nannette Tehan 0428 168 438 (email: email@example.com). Applications must address the selection criteria & be received by Friday 26th May (C.O.B 5pm) addressed to: The Chairperson, SWCHAI, PO Box 1440, Griffith 2680 marked ?Confidential? .
Director Development & Environmental Services – Glen Innes Severn Council
Glen Innes Severn Council is a newly amalgamated Council, embracing town and country. Glen Innes and five villages form a warm, vibrant community with spirit and soul, proud of their history and Celtic heritage. Applications addressing the selection criteria contained in the job description should be made on-line via the following internet address below. Closing date is 31 May 2006. For further assistance contact Garry Byrne, Employment Solutions on 02 9242 4160 or 0417 693 254. www.ezijoblocalgov.com/lgsa
Activity Officers – Bland Shire Council * Two Part time roles (min 20 hours per week) * $16.12 per hour
Activity Officers assist the residents with recreational, social and therapy programs to enhance their well-being and maximise their independence. Further Enquiries: Contact Peta Robertson, Director of Nursing on (02) 6972 4888. Position Description & Application Form: Interested persons are required to obtain an information package and address the selection criteria outlined in the position description to be considered for these positions. Available from Council?s Website or by contacting Human Resources on (02) 6979 0226. Closing Date: 29 May 2006. www.blandshire.nsw.gov.au