AGENCY LIAISON OFFICER -WIMMERA PRIMARY CARE PARTNERSHIP VACANCY readvertised. PART TIME (0.6-0.8 eft) Flexibility will apply in negotiating a contract in order to attract the bestapplicant. Pro rata up to $48,000 per annum.The Wimmera Primary Care Partnership is seeking an additional Agency Liaison Officer. The main objectives of the position are to assist in the development of the WPCP?s 2006-2009 Wimmera Healthy Communities Plan, and in the development and implementation of coordinated primary care services within the Wimmera region. The position has a particular focus on community development and health promotion. To undertake this role successfully, you will need to have an understanding of the primary care service system and Primary Care Partnerships; relevant tertiary qualifications; knowledge and experience in the planning, delivery and evaluation of health promotion and/or community development programs; and a clear understanding of the concept of integrated health promotion. You will also require sound consultation, problem solving and group process skills and experience, as well as excellent verbal and written communication skills. If you have the required skills, and you?re interested in the work of PCPs, this is a great opportunity to gain some experience in the expanding area of cross agency collaboration and partnering. Information on our website and associated links may assist with your application. The position is available for 15 months (to Sept 2007) with the possibility of extension. Applicants must obtain a position description from WPCP Coordinator, Ms Bernadette Hetherington, on 03 5362 1221, or by requesting a PD via email email@example.com Applications close: Friday 19th May, 2006 Applicants who are seeking a full-time position are encouraged to contact Bernadette. The Wimmera has a number of community organisations with potential part-time work. There may be the opportunity to share this position across these agencies. www.wimmerapcp.org.au
CO-ORDINATOR- Good Beginnings Australia 22.5 hours per week. Good Beginnings Australia, with funding from Mission Australia under Communities for Children initiative, are seeking a part-time Coordinator to provide volunteer home visiting, family support, group activities and home based assistance to families with young children in Dandenong (Victoria). We require an experienced and suitably qualified Coordinator to establish and operate this program. All applicants must submit a written application addressing the selection criteria as set out in the Position Description. The position description and application package are available by contacting (02) 9215 2609 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Applications close 12 May. 06To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate Australian or New Zealand work visa.
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT WORKER- Neighbourhood House Minimum 12 hours per week working with Neighbourhood House Co-ordinators within Hume and Moreland. Based in Moreland.Contact: Gina 9309 8531 for Position Description.Applications close 12th May 2006.
General Manager – Midsumma * Beautiful Convent Location * Dynamic festival * $60K. Looking for a GM role with real challenge and flair ? Midsumma is Melbourne?s premier gay and lesbian arts and cultural festival. Each January / February, the Festival gives Melbourne?s queer community, and thousands of visitors a three week cultural, social and party experience. Midsumma is a significant event on Melbourne?s major events calendar, attracting some 100,000 people to its programmed events. The Festival is seeking an energetic, experienced arts manager to lead the Festival to the next stage of its development. The position reports directly to the Board of Midsumma. The General Manager will lead a small team to deliver a Festival of the highest standards, and is responsible for the Festival?s financial management, sponsorship, marketing, fundraising, community and promotional activity, as well as maintaining and introducing new relationships with funding bodies. For more info on the festival visit website for a copy of the Position Description, please contact the Midsumma office via email@example.com Applications should be addressed to Glyn Cryer, Chair, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org and close on Friday 17 May 2006. www.midsumma.org.au
Kids Go For Your Life Project Officer A recruitment profile can be obtained by logging onto our web page or by phoning (03) 5227 0273. www.geelongaustralia.com.au
Marketing & Communications Manager -Eye & Ear Hospital* The Marketing and Communications Manager reports to the Chief Executive Officer and is responsible for management and further development of a comprehensive integrated Marketing & Communications Program. This includes donor acquisition appeals, bequests, trusts and foundations, sponsorship negotiation, corporate contributions, volunteer program, event management and promotion of the Hospital profile. Position description and application details available at website or phone Richard Frazer on (03) 9929 8550. www.eyeandear.org.au
Operations Manager -Youth Projects Inc * We are seeking a suitably qualified person to support the CEO & Board of Management in developing policies and procedures consistent with the organisation?s mission & vision statements. Responsibilities include ensuring the effective service delivery of Health & Support and Employment Support programs, program planning and design, community liaison, administration, staff management, leadership and supervision. Position description can be viewed on www.youthprojects.net
PROJECT OFFICER – Daffodil Day # Full-time, fixed-term position until 29 September 2006.The Daffodil is the international symbol of hope for all people touched by cancer. Daffodil Day is the largest national single fundraising day for cancer research, education and patient support in the southern hemisphere. It is held annually in August in all states of Australia by the state member organisations of The Cancer Council Australia. The Daffodil Day CBD Project Officer will form part of the core Daffodil Day team responsible for the full coordination and implementation of the Daffodil Day campaign within the CBD on Friday 25 August 2006. The CBD Project Officer will use high level skills in relationship management, communication, negotiation and recruitment to coordinate approximately 50 CBD sites, and over 300 volunteers. The incumbent will also be required to assist with training of staff and volunteers in event implementation and to develop and utilise departmental, interdepartmental and external relationships to meet set income targets and deadlines. This position requires excellent logistical skills, ability to work under pressure and assist with training of staff and volunteers in event implementation and to develop and utilise departmental, inter-departmental and external relationships to meet set objectives. This position is a full-time, fixed-term position until 29 September 2006. The Total Equivalent Package Value is $57,095 (**includes base salary, superannuation, annual leave loading and maximum additional pre-tax benefit of salary packaging). For a position description and further information visit www.cancervic.org.au or contact Irene on (03) 9635 5226. Applications close Friday 12 May 2006. The Cancer Council Victoria is a smokefree workplace. www.cancervic.org.au
People Outdoors – Volunteer Recruitment and Training Officer * This position is responsible for the recruitment, processing, coordination and support of volunteers who will work in various areas of People Outdoors programs. To obtain a position description or for further information please visit our website or (03) 9350 5116, or email email@example.com Application Closing Date: Friday 12th May at 5pm www.peopleoutdoors.org.au
RESPITE COORDINATOR – Australian Greek Welfare Society (AGWS) * AGWS provides a range of services to members of the Australian Greek community. The Respite Program offers support to Greek speaking carers who provide care to frail Greek elderly and younger persons with a disability. Australian Greek Welfare Society.Closing Date: Friday 12 May 2006 To obtain a position description please contact Stavroula Mavroudis on 9388 9998.