Community Support Worker Part-time
There is a Position vacant in a Supported Housing Scheme in the Blacktown area for 21hrs a week initially with the view of becoming full time permanent position. It is essential that persons applying have experience working in a community setting. Desirable: Knowledge of community resources, car and drivers license. Aboriginal or Torrens Strait Island women are encouraged to apply. Alice’s Cottage is a Supported housing service for women with a psychiatric history and their dependent children. SACS Award. Ring for job description:9622 9791 PO Box 21 Doonside 2767
Closing Date 26.9.06
Administration & Communications Officer – Museums & Galleries NSW *
Applications Close: Friday, September 22, 2006 Web Site: www.mgnsw.org.au
Location: Woolloomooloo – Sydney – NSW Salary: $32,000 – $35,000 pa plus superannuation. If you want to pursue a career in arts management this is a unique opportunity to learn about the museums and galleries sector and its key stakeholders.
This position will provide key assistance to the organisation through administrative
support for general operations as well as communications, event and information
support for MGnsw programs. This is an ongoing position, initially for three years with the possibility of extension. Salary range $32,000 – $35,000 pa plus superannuation
Applications must address the Position Description and Application for Employment
Form which is available to download from www.mgnsw.org.au and be received by
5.00pm Friday 22 September. Only written applications addressing criteria in the
application package will be considered. Please note that this position is a re-advertised position. Past applicants need not apply. Applications are to be marked confidential and addressed to Maisy Stapleton, CEO, and sent to Museums & Galleries NSW:
post – 43 – 51 Cowper Wharf Rd, Woolloomooloo, NSW, 2011 email – firstname.lastname@example.org For further information please contact Sarah Powell via phone, (02) 9358 1760 or email, email@example.com
IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare) *
Supporter Relations Representative. Surry Hills $36,000 + super (negotiable). Under the leadership of the Supporter Relations Manager, the Supporter Relations
Representative will act as a front line representative for IFAW supporters. You will have
previous customer service experience, excellent communication, administrative and
organisational skills and be proficient in windows based computer applications. An
understanding of direct mail and fundraising philosophies and/or a Marketing/Business tertiary background will be an advantage. – 2 years Customer Service experience – Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Internet and power point, plus typing/data entry skills
– Attention to detail – accurate, organised, initiative, team player – People person, friendly, strong communication skills – both written and verbal (clear) – as
you will be talking to supporters over the phone – Previous Fundraising/Marketing experience would assist you in this role – Empathy with the cause of animal welfare and a commitment to promoting IFAW’s mission. Please send your resume to Operations Manager: IFAW 8 Belmore Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010 firstname.lastname@example.org (02) 9288 4900 Job description can be viewed at www.ifaw.org Closing date: Friday 29 September 2006.
New Horizons Enterprises Limited is a non government organisation that provides support to people with a mental illness. We require a PPT (flexible 3 days a week) Case Manager for our Support Services Program based in Liverpool area. ESSENTIAL CRITERIA: Experience in case management & service coordination of clients with a mental illness. Experience in staff supervision. Relevant qualifications. Excellent communication & documentation skills. Ability to work autonomously & in a team. Understanding & commitment to the Disability Services Standards. Current NSW Driver’s Licence & own car. DESIRABLE CRITERIA: Demonstrated community experience. Enquiries to: Nhu or Judi on: Phone: 9887 4111 Applications on: www.newhorizons.net.au Applications Close 27/09/06. Interviews on 5/10/06.
DISABILITY SUPPORT WORKER
(CASUAL AND PERMANENT POSITIONS)
St George Area. Intellectual Disability Services Ltd. Develop or continue an exciting career providing professional support for people with an intellectual disability. Required personal attributes- Enthusiasm to provide quality support, ability to work in a team, interest in developing new skills and qualifications in the provision of support for people with an intellectual disability. Essential – Previous welfare or personal care experience. Current NSW Driver’s License. Desirable – General knowledge and understanding of the Disability Standards, First Aid Certificate or prepared to obtain one within three months. Interviews will be granted only to applicants who address the essential criteria Cert 3 Traineeship in Disability may be offered to successful applicants SACS Award (Grade 2) conditions apply Phone: Ian Marriner on (02) 9588 7237 or Barry Elliott on (02) 9588 3197 Email application and CV to email@example.com or fax to (02) 9588 5066
DART PROGRAM CO-ORDINATOR
Based in Fairfield P/T 30 hrs/week fixed term to the 30 June 2007 DRUG ARM Australasia is a specialist drug and alcohol agency with its NSW State office in Fairfield. The Drug & Alcohol Response Team (DART) is a volunteer based counselling program to provide support and referrals to families and individuals with D&A problems. The position is responsible for the day to day operation of the program, overseeing the counselling of clients, recruiting, training and supervising volunteers. The successful applicant will need to have tertiary qualifications, experience in drug and alcohol clients, program development and working with volunteers. For application kit Ph. 9755 0596 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Applications close 21 Sept 2006 www.drugarm.com.au
CO-ORDINATOR – NEIGHBOUR AID
A local Community Service organisation has the following vacancies: CO-ORDINATOR – NEIGHBOUR AID Applicants with experience are invited to apply for this new position with our HACC funded program. Permanent P/T (24 Hours p/w) Essential skills: Demonstrate experience in working with frail aged clients. Experience in co-ordination of community services & events. Experience in working with clients from CALD backgrounds. Demonstrate experience in supervision and management of staff and volunteers. Excellent communication / organisational skills. Current licence / own comprehensively insured vehicle. Desirable: Appropriate tertiary quals. Previous experience in similar role. Salary Grade 4 (Year 1-5) SACS Award (NSW) depending upon experience. 2 X ASSISTANT CO-ORDINATOR POSITIONS Dementia Monitoring & Support Service Perm P/T (16 hrs week) NESB Dementia Monitoring & Support Service Perm P/T (10 hrs week) Current knowledge of HACC programs & issues. Understanding of the needs of CALD frail aged clients. Excellent communication / organisational skills. Understanding of the needs of frail aged & people living with dementia. Good computer skills / data collection. Budgeting, financial & team management. Current licence / own comprehensively insured vehicle. Desirable: Appropriate tertiary quals. Previous experience in a similar role. Salary Grade 3 (Year 1-5) SACS Award (NSW) depending upon experience. All positions are subject to a federal police check. Please forward your application to: PO Box 466 South Hurstville NSW 2221 Or fax/email: 9546 1877 email@example.com Closing date for applications is Friday 29th September 2006. Contact Helen on 9546-4811 for information package.
Finance and Administration Coordinator
The Finance and Administration Coordinator will in liaison with GetUp’s Executive Director be responsible for administering the organisation by: – Managing Getup’s finances including MYOB, activity statements, payments, and payroll for our small staff – Working with our accountants and auditor – Supporting the Company Secretary in both meeting statutory obligations and liaising with the board – Helping with donor management – Working with the Executive Director to undertake other administrative tasks as required. We’re looking for someone who is experienced in administering the operations of a small and efficient office. You’ll need to have initiative and be highly organised. You should be committed to GetUp’s work and have an interest in social justice issues.To apply, please send a brief resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by close of business October 2nd.
salary range of $686.60 to $789.59 per week. A nine day, 70 hour fortnight. Holroyd City Council is seeking an enthusiastic individual to take up the position of Administration Assistant to join the Environmental and Planning Services Administration Team. The successful applicant should have an Office Administration Certificate III Level or equivalent course, accurate word processing skills of 70 wpm, experience in data entry and database management, at least 3 years experience and have the ability to meet deadlines and work in a team environment. Employment is under the Local Government (State) Award. This position is placed in Grade 7 of Council’s salary structure with a salary range of $686.60 per week to $789.59 per week. Commencement salary will depend upon qualifications, experience and competencies. A nine day, 70 hour fortnight is offered. Council supports the principles of EEO and offers a smoke-free work environment. Applicants should be prepared to undergo a medical examination as part of the selection process. You are strongly advised to obtain an information package by phoning Customer Services on 9840 9840 and quoting the position number, or by visiting Council’s website at www.holroyd.nsw.gov.au. Written applications will be received up to 22 September 2006 , applications can also be submitted via e-mail to email@example.com. They should contain full details of your experience, qualifications and a telephone number for contact. Copies only of qualifications and at least two references should also be included. Please quote position number SF-4-23 , and make sure that you address the essential and other requirements set out in the job description, in your application. Telephone Robyn Gaskin on 9840 9825 for further information.
Youth Service Coordinator
Permanent full time, SACS Award, Qualifications and experience essential. Riverwood community Centre is seeking a dynamic Coordinator to lead a team of youth workers for a well established Youth Service. For an information package phone 9533 1011. Applications addressed to Director, Riverwood Community Centre PO Box 155 Riverwood 2210 Close 22nd September.
For expanding charity in Sydney. Work from home. Flexible hrs. Promotional opport. Attractive comm. YOU WILL NEED TO BE computer lit, well organised, good com. skills & positive. Applications in writing by 6/10/06 to: Leukemia & Blood Disorders Research Trust. P.O. Box 426, Prospect S.A. 5082 or fax 08 8350 9123
Liverpool Youth Refuge seeks a residential youth worker, conditions include 35 hour week, shift penalities and salary sacrifice. Remumeration is
SACS award Grade 3. Closing Date 20/9/06. For an employment package contact Elaine on 9824 0192 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Development Worker
28 hours per week. Harris Community Centre in Ultimo is a service of UnitingCare NSW ACT. We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and highly motivated professional to work with the local community (minimum 4 years CDW experience) . To be successful in this position you will have the ability to gain the cooperation of key community stakeholders and residents, have sound communication and negotiation skills. It is desirable that you will have experience in project and or community events management. The ability to work independently and as part of team, and a commitment to social justice is required. The salary will be Community Services Worker Grade 4 of the SACS Award. Salary packaging is also available which may significantly increase the level of take home pay. Applicants must apply in writing as detailed in the information package available from (02) 9552 1140 or email@example.com Application close 5pm Wednesday 20th September 2006.
Program Manager (Part-Time 14 hours per week)
Best Buddies Australia (BBA) is a unique non-profit organisation dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with intellectual disability by facilitating opportunities for one-to-one friendships. BBA seeks a motivated person to work with High Schools to facilitate friendship matches between students with and without intellectual disability and develop and maintain successful BBA programs. This includes working with Principals, Teachers and students at each school. The position is a fixed term contract until 30 June 2007. Selection Criteria: Essential 1. Demonstrated ability to motivate and work with young people 1.Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and work with people with intellectual disability 3. An understanding of the issues affecting people with intellectual disability 4. Excellent written and verbal communication skills including the ability to write clearly and effectively, for a wide range of audiences 5. Ability to liaise with a diverse range of people 6. Ability to organise work, meet deadlines and work independently 7. Teaching or training experience with young people 8. Current NSW Driver’s Licence. Desirable 9. Relevant tertiary qualifications. Salary: NSW Social and Community Services (SACS) Award Grade 4. For further information please visit www.bestbuddies.org.au or telephone Helena O’Connell on (02) 9211 1611. Location is 5 minutes from Central Station at Haymarket. Applications close Friday 22 September 2006 and must address the selection criteria
Customer Service Officers
The City is seeking additional courteous and mature minded persons to join its existing team of Customer Service Officers. In this position you will be responsible for providing members of the public with accurate and helpful information and access to Council services and facilities, and promoting a positive image of Council. Preferred applicants will have HSC or equivalent, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, cash handling experience, the ability to work as part of a team and several years customer service experience. While not essential, experience in Local Government and/or call centres would be an advantage. Candidates must be flexible enough to be available to work in various locations across the City of Sydney; including Council’s Call Centre and One Stop Shop at Town Hall House or any of the Neighbourhood Service Centres located in Glebe, Kings Cross, Redfern and Erskineville. Positions available include full time, part time and casual. Please ensure your application indicates your preference. Visit www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/jobs for a position description. Applications should be made online via our website by Friday 22 September 2006, quoting Ref. No. S048473. Equal Employment Opportunity is the policy of City of Sydney.
Access Community Group Ltd (ACG) Youth Services Consultant
ACG is seeking a suitably qualified Youth Consultant to provide assistance to young people with multiple barriers and who are at risk of leaving school before completing Year 12. Remuneration: Salary is as per award and subject to relevant qualifications and experience. The position is funded to December 2009 with a possibility of extension. Applications close 5pm Friday 29th September, 2006. Please contact Elke Trueman for information packages on (02) 4286 5600 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org Relevant criminal history and prior employment checks / working with children checks will be conducted on recommended applicants. Funded by Department of Employment, Science and Training.