Community Development Worker
21 HRS – 3 DAYS. Inner South-West Community Development Organisation (CDO) is seeking a skilled and experienced Community Development Worker. CDO is based in Bardwell Park and is active in the St. George, Marrickville and Canterbury region. You will be producing our quarterly publication “InfoNews” and involved with community networks. Current drivers licence and car access essential. Salary: SACS Award Grade 4 according to experience. Above Award conditions. For job package contact Cheryl Kelly on 9599 2522 Applications close Friday 8 September.
Fundraising Trusts & Foundations Officer
The Lorna Hodgkinson Sunshine Home – Supporting people with an intellectual disability to lead active, rewarding lives. We are looking for a highly organised person to join our fundraising team. This Full time position is vital to the fundraising team and is responsible for the development, implementation and evaluation of the fundraising strategy as it relates to Trusts & Foundations. This involves building and maintaining positive relationships with T and F’s as well as Community Development and Support Expenditures Schemes (CDSE) & developing strategies to increase support for the organisation.This position involves researching and preparing written submissions as well as the maintenance and ongoing management of our database. A track record of success in a T & F’s program and previous experience with above duties is essential. We offer a competitive salary based on experience plus access to salary packaging. For further information please contact Gail Jeltes, General Manager Corporate Relations (02) 9496 8722. Please send applications to HR Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org Application closing date: COB Friday 7th September 2006.
Karabi Community & Development Services
A community based organisation which operates from two premises in Wentworthville and Seven Hills in Western Sydney. Karabi provides a range of community services and activities that seek to increase access and opportunities for diverse community groups including young people, older persons, carers of people with a disability together with general community development initiatives. Karabi is seeking applications from motivated persons for three newly created positions: Community Development Worker (30 hours per week ) This position will be responsible for researching and planning to address community needs and the development of strategies that include advocacy, community building activities and networking. SACS Award Grade 4. Youth Worker – Two positions (21 hours per week) These two positions will work with young people & a range of organisations to improve conditions & services available for young people aged 12 to 24 living in the Wentworthville and Toongabbie local area. Both positions will support and identify the needs of young people, develop and implement programs that provide recreational activities as well as provide information, referral and advocacy support. SACS Award Grade 3-4 depending on experience Salary packaging is available to all employees which may significantly increase the level of take home pay. People from Indigenous and CALD backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Applicants must apply in writing as detailed in the information package available from: Selena Elijah phone: 9631 6575 email: email@example.com Application close: 18th September 2006 at 5.00pm.
Training & Community Education Officer – Waverley Council
Salary Range : $62,318 to $71,666 + Super. File No: A06/1512 Waverley Council is looking for an enthusiastic and pro-active person to join our Parking Services Unit in a training and education role. For further information contact Nick Seremetis on 9369-8150. Closing Date: 18 September 2006. HOW TO APPLY: To obtain a job package (including the selection criteria) for the above position, please contact our Job Line on 9369 8177 or download direct from our website at www.waverley.nsw.gov.au You MUST address the selection criteria and quote the relevant file number in your application. Send written applications to The General Manager, P O Box 9, Bondi Junction NSW 2022 or faxed applications will also be accepted on 9387 1820.
Habitat For Community *
Make a difference in the Pacific Islands • Regional Program Manager – Pacific • Sydney-based role responsible for the Pacific Islands region (excluding ANZ) • Build a career with a leading international not-for-profit/NGO. Are you passionate about development programs that make a real difference to people and leave a lasting legacy in the community? Do you have NGO (not-for-profit) and government funding experience? Then here’s an outstanding opportunity to join a leading global NGO as Regional Program Manager – Pacific with Habitat for Humanity International. Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit, nondenominational Christian housing ministry with affiliate operations in 92 countries. Habitat welcomes all people – regardless of race, religion, ethnicity or any other difference – to build simple, decent, affordable, houses with those who lack adequate shelter. Since 1976 Habitat has built more than 200,000 houses around the world, providing more than 1,000,000 people in more than 3,000 communities with safe, decent, affordable shelter. To learn more go to http://www.habitat.org/ Reporting to the Regional Project Director in Thailand, this is a highly influential role that provides leadership to the affiliate Habitat operations in Guam, Micronesia, Solomon Islands, Samoa, Fiji Islands, Vanuatu and Papua New Guinea in the areas of: Sustainability; Program support and coordination; Governance and compliance; Funding budgets, recommendations and grant applications; Resource planning and development; Recruitment and development of staff; Financial reporting. Experience in the fields of construction, housing, architecture or real estate would be well
regarded. Q. How can I apply? Please forward your application to firstname.lastname@example.org including a detailed CV. Applications close Monday 4th September 2006.
Employment Consultant – Case Manager
AMES is a not for profit organisation and national leader in the provision of services to all Australian job seekers including those from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities. To be successful, you will have recent case management experience, matched together with outstanding communication skills and the ability to empathise with the needs of others. You will also be keen to apply your strong organisational, case management and computer skills within a demanding, yet rewarding environment. A second or even a third (!) language will be an advantage, but is not necessary. Your passion for assisting the unemployed will distinguish you from the crowd. Please obtain a position description from our website at www.ames.net.au/vacancies A resume and cover letter addressing your knowledge and skills should be emailed (preferred) to Human Resources, at email@example.com or faxed to (03) 9926 4622 by COB September 8 2006.
Administrative / Customer Service Officer
AMES is a national leader in the provision of services to Australia’s culturally and linguistically diverse communities: a not-for-profit organisation with a commitment to fulfilling the training, employment and settlement needs of our clients. Be a key player at one of our vibrant and supportive employment sites providing key administrative and customer service support to our clients & consultants. To be successful, you must have recent, demonstrable experience within a busy office environment, teamed together with fantastic communication and MS Office skills. You are known for your ‘can do’ & ‘nothing is too much’ attitude to work. Please obtain a detailed position description at www.ames.net.au/vacancies A resume and cover letter addressing your knowledge and skills should be forwarded to Vanessa Wiltshire Human Resources, at firstname.lastname@example.org (preferred) or faxed to (03) 9926 4622 by COB Friday September 8 2006.
Western Syd Young Women’s Leadership – Project Co-ordinator
Go to http://www.wsroc.com.au/ywlp
Offam – Program Officer
An exciting opportunity to use your exceptional organisational, analytical and cross-cultural communication skills to administer, support and monitor Oxfam International Youth Parliament programs. You will have: knowledge of international and community development particularly relating to young people and gender understanding and experience of monitoring, evaluation and impact assessment techniques experience in the design and use of project and information management systems experience developing and managing a range of communications tools. For a position description and application form please visit www.oxfam.org.au/jobs or contact Terry Fairclough via email@example.com or 02 8204 3903. Based in our Sydney office – salary $44,200 plus benefits and access to salary packaging. Position readvertised – previous applicants do not need to reapply. Closes 7 September. EEO Employer. Since 2000 the Oxfam International Youth Parliament has supported young men and women to create positive, equitable and sustainable change within their communities in more than 100 countries.
Baulkham Hills Holroyd Parramatta Migrant Resource Centre
BAULKHAM HILLS WORKER Wage: SACS award, full time. DUTIES: Provide information and referral services, casework, community capacity building and settlement planning initiatives to recently arrived humanitarian and refugee youth in Parramatta and Holroyd LGAs with a focus on African youth. Outreach services will be provided in Granville and Guildford. For position description and selection criteria, please contact Ms Dijana Mackic on 9687 9901. Closing date: Friday, 15 September 2006.
Community Develop’t Worker
The Factory Community Centre, a dynamic and unique NGO based in Redfern/Waterloo, is?seeking an appropriately qualified and experienced Community Development Worker for a full-time position working with social housing residents. For further details call 9698 9569. Applications in writing should be received by 5 p.m. 8th September, to: The Chair, The Factory Community Centre, 67 Raglan Street, Waterloo 2017 or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
PROJECT MANAGER (STREETSCAPES)
Sydney’s Changing Face… Is In Your Hands $79k+ Package including Super. The City of Sydney is busy, vibrant and evolving. Our City Project division designs and constructs parks, streetscapes and buildings. With a forward workload in excess of $400m we are looking for highly motivated and experienced professionals wanting to contribute to the City’s urban development. Reporting to the Senior Project Manager, you will be responsible for the delivery of a range of streetscape projects. You are an experienced Project Manager with a strong ability to plan, lead, organise and control projects. You will be a self starter with high levels of motivation, initiative, discipline and personal accountability. You will require a relevant degree, sound construction sector experience, MS Office skills, Local Government knowledge and a commitment to health, safety, cultural diversity and the environment. Position descriptions may be obtained from www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au by clicking on Jobs under Quick Links. Applications should be made online via this website by Friday 8 September 2006, quoting the job title and Ref. No. S047926. Equal Employment Opportunity is the policy of City of Sydney
Council is seeking a highly motivated and capable Recreation Planner to join the Community and Recreation Branch. The successful applicant will be responsible for assessing the needs of the Camden community for open space and recreational facilities and developing strategies, plans and policies to ensure that a range of quality recreational and leisure services are provided in the Camden Local Government Area. This will include identifying opportunities and ensuring the effective delivery of the facilities in new release areas. Salary and Conditions: Grade 17 ($1196.80 – $1371.30 per week). Conditions are in accordance with the NAPSA. A fully maintained private use motor vehicle is available on leaseback subject to Council’s vehicle policy. Applications: Written applications detailing experience, qualifications and contact details of two recent professional referees will be accepted until 8th September 2006. Email applications may be sent to email@example.com All intending applicants MUST address the essential and desirable criteria in any application for this position. For a copy of the position description and selection criteria please visit Councils website www.camden.nsw.gov.au
Assistant Coordinator – Out of School Hours Child Care Service
Glebe School Childcare Centre Inc. “Centipede” Located at Glebe Primary School. Unique, challenging, rewarding experiences; An opportunity for job satisfaction and personal growth; Permanent, Full-time position; Applications close 5:00pm Wednesday, 13 September 2006. “Centipede” is a unique OOSH childcare Service operating in the grounds of Glebe Primary School. It is committed to being accessible to primary school aged children from the socially disadvantaged families of the district. The Service’s programs and activities reach into the broader indigenous and multi-cultural community of Glebe south encompassing aspects of community capacity building and welfare support. The successful applicant will work in close tandem with the Coordinator Manager in preparing, presenting and delivering the Service’s programs and in managing staff and budgets. Relevant childcare qualification and experience is essential. Salary is subject to qualification and experience and is based on the relevant Award. Hours are 38 per week Monday to Friday. Contact for information kit, including Job Description. Rob Anderson, President, Glebe School Childcare Centre Inc. Telephone: 02 9660 3479 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Amnesty International – Fundraising Project Manager
This and many other jobs viewable at http://www.amnesty.org.au/about/current_vacancies
Director, Employment & Community Participation – Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect)
Not For Profit Organisation. Salary Packaging Options. Forestville Location. Aspect is the leading service provider in Australia to children, young people and adults with autism spectrum disorders and their families. This full time position based at Forestville will be responsible for a range of services working with adults with autism and related disorders. Services include community participation, employment and accommodation. Reporting to the CEO, you will be part of the six member Senior Management Team. Aspect particularly focuses on providing intensive support and planning to transition adults with autism into more inclusive settings. You will have relevant tertiary qualification/s, at least five years experience in successfully managing teams in the community services sector (disability services preferred), demonstrable leadership and communication skills and a proven ability working with government and the community sector to secure funding and support. Experience with autism or a related disorder will be an advantage. A competitive remuneration package will be offered. For more information visit www.aspect.org.au, or telephone Adrian Ford, Chief Executive Officer on (02) 8977 8306. Quote Reference No ECP100 on all correspondence. You can apply directly via the Career Opportunities link on our web site, by email to email@example.com, or mail to Ms Sophia Pratt, Manager, Human Resources, Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect), PO Box 361 Forestville NSW 2087. Applications close Tuesday 5 September 2006.
Aboriginal Development Officer
Permanent Part-Time (30 hours per week)$24.46 – $27.53 per hour plus 9% Superannuation. Council is seeking to employ a capable and suitably qualified and experienced Aboriginal Development Officer within the Corporate and Community Services Division of Council. Applications close 4pm Wednesday 13 September 2006. Applications must be in writing, include names of two recent referees, a telephone contact number and be addressed to the Manager Executive Services. A pre-placement health assessment at Councils expense will be required. For more information please contact Ms Ally Dench Manager Community Services 4677 1108. For a copy of the Job Description contact Ms Deborah Davenport on 4677 8229 or visit Council’s website at www.wollondilly.nsw.gov.au?Wollondilly Shire Council is a smoke free workplace and an Equal Employment Opportunity employer’.
CHILDREN’S NUTRITION PROGRAM OFFICER 18 hours per week (3 year contract)?Healthy Cities Illawarra is a non-profit organization which works to improve the health, environment and quality of life of the Illawarra community. Healthy Cities is seeking a person interested and committed to improving the nutritional health of children. Almost 1000 breakfasts are served weekly to children throughout the region and there is a need for professional support for these programs. Working with the business and community sector the person will improve the funding security, organizational capacity and level of promotion of breakfast programs in the Illawarra region. The successful applicant will possess demonstrated experience in coordinating programs in health or community services and proven ability to engage and develop relationships with the community and business sector. Relevant health, science or welfare qualifications are essential as well as a genuine commitment to improving the health of children.Remuneration $24-27 per hour with the ability to salary package. Position descriptions are available by phone on (02) 4226 5000. Applications must address the selection criteria. Applications should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail marked confidential and addressed to: The Manager Healthy Cities Illawarra 63 Auburn Street, Wollongong NSW 2500Closing Date: 9am, Monday 11th September 2006.
Volunteer Home Visiting Coordinator – First Five Years Program
The Benevolent Society’s First Five Year Program delivers services in the Macarthur Region. The program delivers community based, early intervention strategies of volunteer home visiting for families with young children. The team is currently recruiting a coordinator to join them focusing on the northern part of Campbelltown with an office in Ingleburn. The service covers the whole of the Macarthur region and the main office is in Campbelltown. The position is for 4 or for 5 days per week. The Coordinator is responsible for: assessment of families for the volunteer home visiting program, training and supporting volunteers, linking volunteers with families, supporting parents groups and community liaison. The successful candidate must have completed tertiary qualifications in social, health or related services and a current driver’s license. Salary: SACS Award grade 4 plus salary packaging that can include a car for business and private use. For the job description and further information relevant for this position go to www.bensoc.org.au/jobs?or call 4633 3777 Forward application to the Manager PO Box 274 Campbelltown 2560 or email: email@example.com Closing date: 8th Sept 2006.
CONTRACTOR TRAINERS Required
Mission Australia is a non-denominational Christian Community Service Organisation built on care, compassion, empowerment and professionalism. With over 250 community and employment initiatives across Australia, we strive to help individuals and families attain a positive and independent future. As a Registered Training Organisation providing vocational training throughout NSW, we are seeking Contractor Trainers to deliver in both classroom based and flexible workbased modes from the following qualification areas:?Retail, Warehousing, Youth Work, Childcare, Contractor Training. Must hold the Certificate IV in Assessment and Workplace Training, have own ABN and insurances. In the first instance send expressions of interest through to Helen Wood, via firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Helen on 1300 676 937.