Co-ordinator – Attendant Care Program
Community Connections Australia is a not for profit organisation which provides support and in home assistance to people – particularly those who have disabilities – across the Sydney metropolitan area.We are seeking an experienced person to co-ordinate our Attendant Care Program. This service supports people who have physical disabilities manage their daily lives including personal care, health and community inclusion. The program operates across the metropolitan area and requires a hands on approach to its ongoing growth and development. The position is a senior role and is based in North Ryde. Essential Skills include; RN qualifications; an understanding and experience in working with people who have a disability; an understanding of the Attendant Care Program and of the Disability Service Standards; excellent communication and people skills; experience in rostering and supervising staff; experience in developing and maintaining systems; training and monitoring skills. All applicants will be subject to working with children and police checks. Further information 8875 2206. Resumes to Community Conncections Australia, PO Box 6394, North Ryde, NSW 2113 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Policy Officer – Communications and Technology
CHOICE, Australia’s leading consumer organisation, improves the lives of consumers by taking on the issues that matter to them.We seek a skilled and experienced policy analyst/researcher to join our Policy and Campaigns team. The position provides an exceptional opportunity to become involved in significant consumer policy debates and to make a major contribution to CHOICE’s advocacy work on communications policy issues such as consumers’ right to use copyright material or unfair contract terms. You will require a commitment to advancing consumer interests and an ability to understand policy issues from a consumer perspective.Your superior writing and research skills, and your qualifications and experience in public policy, economics, law or another relevant discipline will underlie your capacity to develop informed policy positions, think strategically and undertake effective work on policy campaigns in cooperation with others.This is a stimulating and rewarding position in a high profile not-for-profit organisation. Part time or job share proposals will be considered. A suitable remuneration package will be negotiated. For further info please obtain the application kit by email from email@example.com or visit www.choice.com.au Applications close COB 10 October 2006.
Community Services Worker
War Widows Guild is a not for profit organization based in Sydney CBD. It provides advocacy welfare & housing services to its 12500 members across NSW. We seek a caring mature person to provide welfare & member services, who has skills & experience in working with older women, an awareness of ageing issues, knowledge of community networks relating to older women, ability to liaise with families & community workers, good communication counselling & team skills, enthusiasm and self motivation. Experience in an exservice organization an advantage. This is a new position 30/38 hours neg. Tertiary qualifications in the social sciences, drivers licence & computer skills essential. SACS award gr3. Closing date 20 October. fax 92676601 e firstname.lastname@example.org.
Librarian – Coordinator Information Services Support
70 hours per fortnight. $56,688 to $71,578pa + Super (Subject to Skills and Experience). Dee Why Library. We are seeking a Librarian to co-ordinate the Library’s reference and information services. The position will be responsible for the delivery of customer focused information services including the use of print and non-print resources across all four branches. They will co-ordinate the development and promotion of web-based information delivery to both staff and the public and, provide strategic advice to the Team Leader based on the regular monitoring and measurement and, critical analysis of the use of resources. Six professional and paraprofessional staff report to this position. Applicants should have a good level of understanding of the administration of a Library Management System. The position supports staff in their responses to inquiries requiring the use of complex sources of information.Applicants must be appropriately experienced, qualified and eligible for membership of the Australian Library and Information Association. Applications close Friday, 20 October 2006 and may only be accepted if the selection criteria (detailed in the Position Description) are addressed. Please obtain a Position Description at www.warringah.nsw.gov.au or from Jan Ryan on (02) 9942 2449.
Fundraising/Income Development Manager
Iconic Australian organisation. Northern Beaches based. Surf Life Saving NSW celebrates its centenary in 2007 as a part of the Year of the Surf Lifesaver. Representing 129 Clubs in 11 regional branches, with nearly 60,000 members, Surf Life Saving NSW reaches into the community through the provision of beach patrol services, training and education, sports and junior development. Reporting to the General Manager – Corporate Relations & Marketing, you will possess a thorough knowledge and extensive experience in fundraising including bequests, direct marketing, major gifts, special events and grant seeking. In addition, you will have a well-rounded ability to formulate business cases, manage budgets, research new opportunities, advise and support to Board level. As an accomplished relationship builder you will bring to the role contacts, networks and a track record in creating income streams utilising all available media. You will pride yourself on getting results and creating solutions.A competitive salary package is available.The position is full time, commencing as soon as possible.To apply, write or email: Jonathan Abrahams Surf Life Saving New South Wales Inc. PO Box 430, Narrabeen NSW 2101 email@example.com Applications close 12 October 2006.
Immediate Start- Wednesday 4th October. CBD Location,Great $$$. An exiciting and challenging opportunity exists within this government department to lead a statewide project. In this position you will be responsible for: Developing the planning and reporting systems for program delivery. Establishing timelines and identifying costs. Coordinating the implementation of the communication and marketing strategy. Coordinating all the event management. To be considered for this position you must possess the following skills: proven event management experience, ability to develop organisational processes, good communication skills and advanced skills in excel or MS Project experience would be desired. To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Renee Chandler on 02 8258 9878, quoting Ref No. 21-49794. firstname.lastname@example.org
Policy and Procedural Development Officer Temporary Part-time Position
The Society has a position vacant for a MANAGER working 32 hours per week at our Vinnies Youth Housing Macarthur Program. Essentials: * Relevant tertiary qualification. * Experience working with youth * Experience with case management. * Drivers licence * Excellent written and verbal communication. * Proven management and organisation skills. * Knowledge of HRM & O.H.&S. * Understanding of financial management and budgets. Desirable: * Experience with community housing * First Aid certificate Salary and Conditions as per Social and Community Services (State) Award. Salary packaging is available. Applicants are to be committed to and support the philosophy of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. As part of the selection process preferred applicants must undergo and pass a medical examination. Child protection legislation requires preferred applicants to be subject to employment screening. For application forms and job description please phone: (02) 9820 8223 or email email@example.com Closing date for applications will be Monday 9th October, 2006 St Vincent de Paul Society is an equal opportunity employer.
Community Links Wollondilly Inc.
12 months/7 hrs per week Community Links Wollondilly Inc. is seeking applicants who have experience with policy and procedure, submission writing and a background in community welfare. Qualifications and/or equivalent experience necessary. The position is Grade 3 Year 3 of the SACS award. Closing date Wednesday 11th October 2006. For an information kit please contact Dianne or Jessica 4683 2776.
Manager-Parks, Landscape & Recreation
This role is responsible for providing expert advice and assistance to the community and Council in relation to parks, landscape and recreation. You will manage, develop and monitor these facilities as well as establishing service level agreements to meet Council’s policies and agreed objectives. It is essential that you hold relevant tertiary qualifications (eg engineering, civil construction, horticulture, business, landscape architecture, natural resources management etc) with several years experience in both practical and managerial roles. You will also have sound experience and clear results in project management as well as high level communication, negotiation and interpersonal skills. Previous experience in Local Government will be highly regarded. Salary is negotiable and will reflect the calibre of the successful applicant. Visit www.botanybay.nsw.gov.au for full position details or to learn more about the role call Mark Wood on (02) 9366 3507. Applications close 13/10/06.
Care Workers St George & Canterbury Areas
The Benevolent Society has positions for Care Workers to support Older People in their own homes. Essential: Happy personality Must be able to work 4 days or over (can be 9.30 to 2.30) Experience/understanding of the needs of Older People Good communication and reporting skills Reliable and high standard of team work Must have access to a dependable car and have a current drivers licence. We offer flexible hours on a permanent part time or casual basis, comprehensive orientation, on-going training and Award salary. To apply please contact 9556 3677 (St. George) or 9599 0710 (Canterbury). Applications close 6th October 2006. www.bensoc.org.au/jobs
Marketing Communications Coordinator
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) is the world’s leading non-profit, non-governmental contributor of funds to diabetes research. JDRF’s mission is ‘to find a cure for diabetes and its complications through the support of research.’ Awarded Australia’s Best Practice Charity in 2004, JDRF operates with a business-like model in the generation of funds, raising of awareness, and funding of research. JDRF is seeking a skilled and enthusiastic Marketing Communications Coordinator to manage marketing communications activities for JDRF’s campaigns, programs, and events. Reporting to the Head of Marketing for JDRF, the Marketing Communications Coordinator will coordinate messaging development, collateral, and production activities for JDRF’s fundraising and promotional events and campaigns such as the Walk to Cure Diabetes. The role will also support media and PR events, and assist in managing key communication vehicles such as the JDRF website and email newsletters. JDRF is a young, dynamic, and fun organisation filled with committed and enthusiastic staff. There is a strong sense of teamwork and passion and a shared commitment to finding a cure for type 1 diabetes. The successful candidate will possess: Experience in crafting messages, writing copy, and developing creative marketing pieces; Strong project management and planning skills; Experience working with external vendors towards shared deadlines; Qualifications in marketing or other related disciplines; Experience in online marketing will be of benefit.The position will be located in Sydney. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (02) 9966 0400 to apply or to request a position description or further information. Applications close Sunday 8th October 2006.
ILLAWARRA COMMUNITY SERVICES INC.
Is recruiting A culturally appropriate staff position to work with Aboriginal & Non-Aboriginal Youth in NSW Government – Better Futures Project Dapto/Koonawarra Youth Connect – Co-Ordinator FullTime. SACS Award Community. Services Worker Grade 4. For Job Packages Ring 42621918 or email SystemsAdmin@icsinc.ngo.org.au Applications close 8/10/03
Youth Development Officer – Port Macquarie
Council is seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated individual to take on the role of Youth Development Officer. The position involves duties such as conducting community development projects, liaison with relevant stakeholders and research to enhance community life for those in the 12 to 25 year age group. Tertiary qualifications and experience relevant to the community development and youth services field is essential. Knowledge of existing networks and stakeholders in the Port Macquarie Hastings local government area is desirable. Remuneration will be within the range $53,100 to $59,800 per annum (salary component only). Job specific enquiries should be directed to Mitch McKay on (02) 6581 8623. Prospective applicants will require a job description to prepare their application, and this can be obtained from Council’s website at www.pmhc.nsw.gov.au or by phoning (02) 6581 8111. Applications addressing the essential and desirable criteria should be received by the Human Resources Manager, Port Macquarie-Hastings Council, PO Box 84, Port Macquarie NSW 2444 or e-mailed to email@example.com by Friday 20 October 2006.
Kari Aboriginal Resources *
Leading the way in the provision of quality programs and initiatives for the
Indigenous communities in South West Sydney. Manager – OUT OF HOME CARE. Full-Time position. Location: Liverpool, NSW
KARI is a quality not-for-profit Indigenous community service based in Liverpool NSW. Our service coordinates a range of community based programs and initiatives aimed at benefiting the Indigenous communities of South West Sydney. One major DoCS NSW funded program we coordinate is our Foster Care service, which focuses on Indigenous children and youth up to 17 years of age. We are looking to employ a person with the necessary skills to take on responsibilities associated with the day to day management of the Program, supervising our specialist caseworker team and provide a strategic approached to take the Program forward. Equivalent qualifications and experience in the out of home care sector or related disciplines, working with the Indigenous community and an understanding of Indigenous issues will be a distinct advantage. A proven record in effective staff management and strategic planning will be essential. In return, you will become part of a highly skilled and supportive management team, work in a supporting work environment and receive a generous remuneration package commensurate with your experience and skills. Please contact Carol or Cheryl on 9822 4922 or firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a position information package. All inquires should be directed to Paul Ralph. Applications Close: C.O.B 10th November 2006.
Fred Hollows Foundation*
Donations & Database Assistant – Make a difference!
The Fred Hollows Foundation is a non-government organisation which seeks to eradicate avoidable blindness in developing countries and to improve the health outcomes of Indigenous Australians.
The position is responsible for the daily processing of donations and providing general donor support so we are seeking a diligent person who has – • Superior supporter servicing skills including warm telephone personality. • Accurate data entry and ability to manage queries, problems and anomalies. • Money handling experience including preparation & reconciliation for banking. • Ability to tailor standard documents to suit individual circumstances and good written skills. • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team environment. Go to www.hollows.org/employment for further details or call Annette Houston on (02) 8741 1900. Send applications to email@example.com by COB Friday 6 October 2006.