Western Metropolitan Regional Council of Adult, Community and Further Education *
Administration/Finance Officer RCO 3. On going position – 38 hours p.w. Salary range $45,917 – $50,835 The Western Metropolitan Regional Council of Adult, Community and Further Education is one of nine Regional Councils operating across Victoria, appointed by the Minister for Education and Training under the Adult, Community & Further Education Act 1991. The Regional Councils are responsible for the administration of adult education in community settings such as Neighbourhood Houses and Learning Centres through the disbursement of Government funds, development of regional plans and the promotion, support and evaluation of adult education provision in their regions. A position exists within the Regional Office for an experienced administration officer who is also well versed in the operation of financial systems and who would enjoy working within a community/adult education environment. The principal role of the position is to provide executive and administrative support to the Regional Council and to effectively coordinate all aspects of the Council’s financial systems. The position is based at the Regional Office in North Melbourne. Copies of the position description are available by telephoning the Regional Director on 9 326 7647 or emailing her at email@example.com. Applicants will need to register an expression of interest and submit a c.v. addressing the selection criteria by Friday 22nd September. These may be sent via email to the above email address, or posted to the Regional Office at 29 Cobden Street, North Melbourne, 3051
Finance & Administration Supervisor – The Australian Red Cross*
Want a challenge? Want to be part of an expanding and exciting part of our
Red Cross Retail operations? The Australian Red Cross is seeking an energetic and committed person to review, implement and support the finance systems for our top quality recycled clothing shops. The largely volunteer managed shops are a significant funding source for the work of the Red Cross. The role will be to provide accurate shop accounts and improved financial reporting systems and to ensure the efficient administrative support for the shops and Retail Department staff. The applicant should have demonstrated experience in producing accounts to trial balance, reconciling general ledger accounts and managing staff. The ability to motivate teams to success will also be your forte as will be your ability to work efficiently with minimum supervision. The position will be part of a Melbourne based team and will require some regional travel. If this interests you please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact our website, www.redcross.org.au for a copy of the position description. Applicants are requested to address the key selection criteria of the position description. Applications close at 5pm, Monday, 18th September 2006 and should be forwarded to either: email@example.com or Tia Farrar, Human Resources Officer, Australian Red Cross – Victoria, 23- 47 Villiers Street, North Melbourne, Victoria, 3051
Direct Mail Project Officer – The Cancer Council Victoria*
The Cancer Council Victoria, the largest non-government provider of cancer research
funds in Victoria and a key provider of cancer education and support services, is seeking
a highly motivated and dynamic individual to join the Community Relations and
Fundraising Unit. Reporting to the Donors and Bequests Manager, the Direct Mail Project Officer will manage the expanding direct mail, regular giving and In Memoriam programs. Income from these three areas currently contributes over $3 million per year to the Cancer Council’s extensive research, education and support programs, and is expected to increase in 2007. With a fundraising/marketing degree and/or demonstrated experience in a similar direct marketing or not-for-profit role, you will have a track record of achieving results, will possess strong project management skills and experience in planning, report writing, monitoring and evaluation. With excellent written and verbal communication abilities and sound problem solving and negotiation skills, you will be able to service donor needs, respond promptly to queries and work well under pressure. This is a full-time position with a Total Equivalent Package Value of $57,095 pa (includes base salary, superannuation, annual leave loading and maximum additional benefit of salary packaging). For a position description and further information, visit www.cancervic.org.au or contact Maria on (03) 9635 5102. Applications close Thursday 28 September 2006. The Cancer Council Victoria is a smoke-free environment.
Child Care Assistant Director / Administration
CHILD CARE ASSISTANT DIRECTOR / ADMINISTRATION
(level 5) An exciting opportunity has become available for a dynamic, qualified prof to work F/T at our 50 place non profit centre. The role incorporates administration tasks, working with the children and leading staff. Applicants must hold a Diploma or Degree and will have proven exp working as a Team Leader. Great incentives offered. Applications to CSIRO Child Care Centre, Private Bag 10 Clayton South MDC, 3169 or email firstname.lastname@example.org By the 20.09.06
WISE Employment is a very successful not for profit community organisation with several offices throughout Melbourne and Tasmania. We are committed to enriching the community by providing high quality employment and training services to disadvantaged jobseekers. Our team at Frankston is currently seeking experienced Employment Consultants to ensure eligible job seekers are thoroughly prepared and that suitable employment is located, secured and maintained while adhering to WISE organisational standards and funding body contracts. For further information regarding this position, please visit our website at www.wiseemployment.com.au and select ‘Work at WISE’ to view the job profile. Please submit applications and enquiries via email only to email@example.com by Monday 18th September2006
CIVIL CONTRACTS. PART-TIME 0.6 EFT. Council also requires the services of a part-time Administration Officer within the Civil Contracts Unit to provide support for waste management and civil construction services. Applicants require a proven track record in Customer Service and Office Administration and must be able to provide comprehensive administrative support in the delivery of Council Waste Management and Civil Construction services. This position forms a key component within Council’s Civil Contracts team. The salary range is $38,913 – $41,972 pro-rata plus 9% superannuation. For further details please contact Greg Wood on 9747 7357. All applicants must address the key selection criteria contained in the Position Description which can be obtained from Council’s web-site or by contacting Diana Pickering on 9747 7233. Applications are to be addressed “Private & Confidential” and forwarded to the Human Resources Manager, Shire Of Melton, PO Box 21, Melton, 3337 no later than 5pm Friday 22 September 2006. www.melton.vic.gov.au.
Town Planners – The City of Greater Geelong
We are currently looking for two motivated individuals to join our City Development department. The ideal candidates will demonstrate relevant experience and tertiary qualifications in Town Planning. In addition they will possess a strong awareness of the current trends/issues in town planning, well developed analytical, investigative and problem solving skills. The ability to manage busy periods and meet deadlines is a key requirement Applications close 5.00 p.m. Friday, 22 August, 2006. Previous applicants need not apply. A recruitment profile can be obtained by logging onto our web page www.geelongaustralia.com.au or by phoning (03) 5227 0273. A three-month probationary period applies to most positions.