Librarian – The Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF)
The Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) has been a strong and effective voice for the environment for 40 years and is committed to inspiring people to achieve a healthy environment for all Australians. We are seeking an experienced specialist Librarian who is interested in making a difference by maintaining ACF’s library and proactively researching information resources that will assist the achievement of ACF’s vision. This one year parental leave position provides a real opportunity to develop professionally and contribute to the creation of a sustainable Australia Position description and application details on www.acfonline.org.au (Work for ACF) or phone (03) 93451111.
Employment Consultant – WCIG
WCIG is currently advertising for an Employment Consultant specialising in marketing and psychiatric disabilities. WCIG’s Disability Employment Service seeks a part time-30 hours a week Employment Consultant at the Werribee Office to assist people with disabilities in finding and sustaining employment. A background in assisting people with psychiatric disabilities together with marketing, job placement and career counselling is required for this position. The successful applicant will also have relevant tertiary qualification and/or experience in providing individualised support to people with disabilities. Applications must address the key selection criteria. A position description can be obtained by contacting Xiomara Dela Tore on (03) 9731 0477 or email@example.com Applications close at 5pm on Monday, 11th of September 2006.
COORDINATOR, SOCIAL PLANNING (ref. 3SD002)
Permanent full-time. $58,213 p.a. (Band 7) You will lead a small team responsible for the strategic planning of social and community infrastructure and coordinating its delivery in the City’s developing suburbs and urban renewal areas. The position will also lead Council’s approach on affordable housing policy and social planning and policy. Suitably qualified, you will have substantial experience in human services planning elements of growth area, interface and urban renewal with expertise and knowledge of affordable housing policy and programs. You will also have proven high-level capacity to think strategically, and the ability to effectively work with a broad range of stakeholders; community organisations, state government and land developers. Please download an Information Kit from our website: www.hume.vic.gov.au For further details about the position, contact Denise Shearer, Manager Social Development on (03) 9205 2437. Applications, which must address the selection criteria and include the reference number, will be received until Friday, 15 September 2006 and should be addressed to: Manager Human Resources, Hume City Council, P.O. Box 119, Dallas, 3047, or forwarded by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vacation Care Assistants
Are you good fun, creative and organised? Casual employment $21.99 per hour, inclusive of 25% casual loading. Applications are invited to fill casual positions as Assistants with Council’s Vacation Care Program. The program caters for children between 5 and 12 years of age and operates during school holiday periods. To be considered for this role you must be available to work the full duration of each program for the remaining school holiday periods in 2006 and January 2007. A background Experience in one of the following areas is preferred: – Out of School Hours Care, Childcare, Teaching or Recreation. Qualifications (or progress towards) in Out of School Hours Care, Childcare, Teaching or Recreation are desirable. In this great team environment you will receive ongoing training to ensure a continuing quality program and a high standard of care. Applicants must address the Key Selection Criteria in the Position Description. For a copy of the position description please visit our website www.bayside.vic.gov.au. For more information contact Sally Reynolds on 9599 4353. Written applications close Friday 8 September 2006 at 5pm. Applicants must quote position number HRM/13 and forward applications to the Human Resources Section, Bayside City Council, PO Box 27, Sandringham, 3191, or via email to email@example.com or via facsimile to 9599 4469.
Inner East Manager Day Programs *
Are you looking for something different, Innovative and community based? Are you a person who has a high level of commitment to their job? Are you able to demonstrate leadership within a team, be flexible to changing needs and have a strong emphasis on supporting people with disabilities to actively participate in their local and wider Community? The Deafblind Association has a position available for a Manager. You will be able to demonstrate practical experience in working within a team of staff as well as mentoring and leading. Well developed communication skills together with significant management and organisational skills are essential. Extensive experience in Disability Services, the development of new programs and leadership and management are also essential. A tertiary qualification within the disability stream would be desirable. Applicants must have their own car and licence. Attractive salary commensurate with experience. For position descriptions or applications contact: Hazel Wetzler, Human Resources Manager, The Deafblind Association or email. firstname.lastname@example.org For more information please phone John Ballis 0417 564 376. Application close 10th September, 2006
Marketing Manager *
Work for an organisation where what you do really matters. Manage the entire marketing mix. You’ve already proven yourself. You’ve done it all before. You know how to develop a stable of brands, create and protect the image, build awareness, get it out there and then nurture its growth. Crisis Support Services Inc. (see the website) gives real, direct service to people who need it now. We are a dynamic, independent not-for-profit providing 24hr, 7 day per week counselling and tailored training solutions under a number of brands including MensLine Australia, Suicide Help Line, Specialist services for the child support acency. We also run the new bb infoline The work we do is critical to the wellbeing of hundreds of individuals and families every day. The person we need is a true marketing professional skilled in all of the usual disciplines – writing and implementing marketing plans and strategies; able to build strong brand identities and manage the communications, PR and media strategies and events. This person will also manage new sponsorship and funding streams. What we are looking for is someone with experience in marketing in both the government and corporate sectors. Ideally, we need someone with has a deep understanding of current health, social and political issues. If you’re interested and you have the experience we’re looking for, send your resume to email@example.com.
Policy & Advocacy Officer – Alzheimer’s Australia Vic *
• Are you seeking a key policy development role in a progressive not-for-profit
organisation? • Hawthorn location • Four days per week. Alzheimer’s Australia Vic is the peak body representing the interests of people with dementia, their families and carers in Victoria. It has a staff of over 70 and large volunteer support base. Alzheimer’s Australia Vic seeks the services of a highly motivated individual to join our Strategic Policy and Projects Department as the Policy & Advocacy Officer. This key position is for a highly motivated and experienced professional in social research and policy development. You will have a sound understanding of aged care and, preferably, dementia service issues. You will have the skills and experience to develop policy papers and make representations on key issues. You will be able to provide both policy and advocacy leadership. You will enjoy working with consumers. You will have the capacity to work independently and as a team member. Position description http://www.alzheimers.org.au Click on Victoria and go to Employment, or telephone (03) 9815 7800. Applications can be forwarded by COB Friday 8th Sep to: Shane Brown, HR Manager, Alzheimer’s Australia Vic. Locked Bag 3001, Hawthorn, Vic 3122. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Library Technicians & Officers
Temporary until 30/7/2007 We are seeking suitably qualified Library Technicians and Library Officers to prepare the collection for our new library. These positions are temporary until 30/06/2007 and previous Public Library experience will be highly regarded. Part-time hours may be considered for the preferred applicants. LIBRARY TECHNICIAN(S) Will require experience in cataloguing and acquisitions, possess a Diploma of Library/Information Services or equivalent, have good communication skills and be able to work in a team environment. Salary is $38,914 to $41,972 p.a. (pro-rata), plus 9% super. LIBRARY OFFICER(S) Will require library acquisitions and processing experience, have good communication skills and be able to work in a team environment. Salary is $35,474 to $38,488 (pro-rata), plus 9% super. Further information is available from Terry May on 9743 1168. 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 8 September 2006. www.melton.vic.gov.au
WASTE EDUCATION OFFICER – Cardinia Shire
A part-time opportunity exists within Council’s Environment and Heritage Unit to co-ordinate a range of waste minimisation projects and assist with litter management, waste policy and strategy development. Applicants must have tertiary qualifications in a relevant environmental and/or educational and/or marketing field. Project management skills and a knowledge of waste management from a local government perspective would be an advantage. An attractive salary will be negotiated with the successful applicant, depending on experience, skills and qualifications. Please refer to our web site www.cardinia.vic.gov.au for further information. Applications to HR CoOrdinator,Cardinia Shire Council,P.O. Box 7 Pakenham 3810 or email@example.com by 6th September, 2006.
Job Focus is a non profit organisation based in Frankston. Employment coordinators support people with a disability to find and keep jobs in their community. A tertiary qualification in disability and or relevant experience is preferred. A positive and enthusiastic attitude to working in a small team is essential. CESS Award Applies. Applications close September 4, 2006. www.jobfocus.com.au/ec
Community Development Worker
Parkinsons Victoria is the peak BODY providing information, support, education and referral to 20,000 people living with Parkinsons. A vacancy exists for an enthusiastic health professional to provide the above services, to network and partner with community health providers and delivery quality education to a range of stakeholders. A current drivers licence is essential, as is demonstrated experience and commitment in a similar community development position. Tertiary qualifications in Social Work or Allied Health are required. Applications addressing the key selection criteria should be sent to: Glenn Mahoney – CEO by 15 September, 2006 firstname.lastname@example.org The job description is avail from www.parkinsons-vic.org.au PARKINSONS VICTORIA 20 Kingston Rd Cheltenham 3192 Phone: 95511122.
Project Coordinator Building Supportive communities for families
Cobaw Community Health is seeking an experienced Community Development worker to coordinate a 3 year project in beautiful Macedon Ranges Shire, home of Hanging Rock & less than an hour from Melbourne . You will work with a Steering Committee to develop exciting & diverse initiatives supporting families in the communities of Lancefield and Kyneton. Both the health service and the Shire are dynamic, progressive organisations. Benefits include, quality lifestyle options, friendly workplace, subsidised gym membership & yoga. Salary package includes salary sacrifice. You will need a relevant tertiary qualification, excellent project management skills and experience as well as highly developed interpersonal skills. Call (03) 5421 1666 for a position description. For further information, contact Robyn Jones 5421 1604 or email@example.com. Email or post applications to PO Box 146 Kyneton Vic 3444. Applications close Monday Sept 21st 2006.
Centre Manager – Regional Vic
Campaspe College of Adult Education Inc. requires a Centre Manager. The position involves Managing the operations of the College’s Education Program; Managing staff and Centre activities within policy guidelines; Establishing and maintaining networks with other providers. APPLICATIONS CLOSE 5 p.m. Monday 8th September 2006. Salary $49K – $57K Applicants must obtain the Position Description and Information Pack from ACE(Vic) prior to submitting an application. Ph. (03) 9315 2610 Fax (03) 9315 3358 Email firstname.lastname@example.org