Water Education Coordinator
Waterloo. temp to July 07. Work with bilingual educators to develop water conservation community education project. Apply by COB 25/10/06. Ph Cathy 9228 6575 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Grants Coordinator – Epilepsy Action Australia
An opportunity to join an innovative team. A time of growth and development! Epilepsy is the most common serious brain disorder affecting around 400,000 Australians. Epilepsy Action provides innovative, high quality education and support services from 8 offices across Australia. Key responsibilities of the Grants Coordinator are: Identify, develop and secure new application based funding for core services and planned initiatives; ush Regenerators
Required by Toolijooa Environmental Restoration. Experience preferred. Phone 9986 1859 or send applications to email@example.com or PO Box 406, Mona Vale 1660.
Manager – Council Business
Professional Opportunity. $100k plus package including super. You will manage the provision of administrative support at Council and Committee meetings ensuring Council’s legislative requirements are met and best practice followed. You will oversee provision of support to the Lord Mayor and Councillors through the management of Secretariat, Councillor Support and Civic Functions in accordance with relevant guidelines and policies. This is a senior management role offering you a career move to a corporate-style, endlessly diverse and challenging environment. You will have tertiary qualifications at degree level in a relevant discipline or demonstrated equivalent competencies gained through experience as well as demonstrated experience in provision of support to Council or Executive meetings. An understanding of, or ability to gain an understanding of, the Local Government Act, City of Sydney Act and relevant regulations in relation to Council and Committee meeting procedures, pecuniary interests etc is essential. You will have a comprehensive understanding of politics and the Local Government environment, highly developed oral and written communication and interpersonal skills are essential. Visit www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/jobs for a position description. Applications should be made online via our website by Friday 27 October 2006, quoting Ref. No. S048943.
We’re a progressive organisation committed to service excellence. As one of Australia’s most diverse and vibrant communities, our cultural dynamics make for a stimulating work environment.You will be responsible for the strategic direction and management of Council’s comprehensive events program which celebrates and promotes Marrickville’s unique local culture and engages citizens in community life. The position will also provide advice and assistance on a broad range of community engagement initiatives throughout Council. With tertiary qualifications in event management, leisure studies or its equivalent, you will have demonstrated skills and experience in planning, co-ordinating, delivering and evaluating a broad range of events including outdoor festivals. Your excellent communication, interpersonal, financial management and negotiation skills and capacity to work independently and as part of the team are essential. Your understanding of the relevant legal and risk management requirements, contract management experience and knowledge of the events industry will be critical to your success. To apply for the position you will need to prepare a submission that outlines how you meet the selection criteria which is included in the Job Information Package. To obtain a package please visit our web site at www.marrickville.nsw.gov.au or telephone Sarah Best on (02) 9335 2063. Please note, CV’s or resumes without a full submission outlining the selection criteria will not be accepted. Apply by Tuesday 24 October 2006, quoting Reference No. INT6102 and following the instructions in your Job Information Package. We are an EEO Employer. Candy Nay, General Manager.
Community Facilities Asset Coordinator
We’re a progressive organisation committed to service excellence. As one of Australia’s most diverse and vibrant communities, our cultural dynamics make for a stimulating work environment. You will be part of a team responsible for ensuring the effective maintenance of Council’s community facilities/assets including heritage listed buildings. You will be responsible for developing and implementing maintenance and capital works programs and managing associated service contracts. You will have relevant tertiary qualifications in asset management, building or architecture or demonstrated equivalent competencies gained through experience. You will also have demonstrated skills in contract management and risk management in relation to buildings and community facilities. Well developed communication, organisational, planning, interpersonal skills, and effective use of software applications are crucial. To apply for the position you will need to prepare a submission that outlines how you meet the selection criteria which is included in the Job Information Package. To obtain a package please visit our web site at www.marrickville.nsw.gov.au or telephone Jessica Vo on (02) 9335 2213. Please note, CV’s or resumes without a full submission outlining the selection criteria will not be accepted. Apply by Friday 20 October 2006, quoting Reference No. INT6101 and following the instructions in your Job Information Package. We are an EEO Employer. Candy Nay, General Manager.
$55,398 pa + super. The City is seeking an experienced Administration Officer to join the Correspondence Unit in the Office of the CEO Division. You will provide high level, efficient administrative support; ensuring the timely and accurate distribution of incoming mail and the preparation and distribution of outgoing correspondence; and keeping records up to date. Confidentiality, maturity and high ethical standards play an important role at all times. We are looking for self starters, with high levels of initiative, discipline and personal accountability. You have proven accuracy and attention to detail, and work performed is to a high standard. You are an experienced administrator, with clear and concise written and oral communication skills and proven keyboard experience including a solid working knowledge of the suite of Microsoft Office. You have proven time management skills, in particular an ability to work under pressure and achieve deadlines with minimal supervision. Visit www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/jobs for a position description. Applications should be made online via our website by Friday 27th October 2006, quoting Ref. No. S048885. Equal Employment Opportunity is the policy of City of Sydney.
ANIMATION PROJECT SUPPORT WORKER – St Vincent de Paul Society
Society has a vacancy for the position of Animation Project Support Worker/Co-ordinator Claymore Laundromat. The Animation project is a community development project that works alongside local communities for social change. The Claymore Community Laundromat/Coffee Shop is a highly successful community led project that provides a welcoming laundry and coffee shop for the people of Claymore. We are seeking a person to coordinate the Claymore Community Laundromat which involves recruiting, training and coordinating the laundromat volunteers in addition to providing project support to the Animation project team. This aspect of the work involves providing administrative support to the community development and learning projects. The successful applicant will possess the following: Experience in recruitment, interviewing and training of volunteers Experience working within community settings in a paid or unpaid capacity Effective communication, administration and interpersonal skills Understanding of animation principles or similar in community development Proven organisatonal and administrative skills Ability to be self motivated to work both independently and as part of a team Computer literate Current drivers licence This is a part time position 21 hours per week based at 2 sites the Claymore Community Laundromat and Vincentian Social Action Centre Campbelltown. Salary is in accordance with the SACS Award Grade 3. Salary packaging is available. This position is subject to funding. Applicants are to be willing to support the philosophy of the St Vincent de Paul Society. As a part of the selection process applicants must undergo and pass a medical examination. For application forms and job description, please phone 9820 8223 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgClosing Date of Applications will be Friday 20th October. St Vincent de Paul Society is an equal opportunity employer.
Be part of Red Nose Day. Charity or corporate background. Play a key role in a small, enthusiastic team. SIDS and Kids NSW focuses on awareness and education through programs that have significantly reduced the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. This hands-on role is responsible for maintenance of the organisation’s database, and works as part of a small team to increase participation in Red Nose Day in NSW. You have database segmentation and analysis skills and will recommend strategies to involve schools and individuals in the event. You will manage and co-ordinate volunteer, donor and supplier relationships. If you have advanced database skills and wish to use your talents to save the lives of young children, this could be the perfect role. Call Heather Knights on 02 8243 0570 or send your resume to email@example.com To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate Australian or New Zealand work visa. Level 6, 60 Carrington Street Sydney, NSW, 2000 Phone: (02) 82430570 · Fax: (02) 82430599.
Donations & Database Assistant
$40989 – $44815 package. 9am – 5pm. Inner West Location. Australia’s most progressive development aid organisation is seeking the expertise of a Donations & Database Assistant to join their Inner West office. Directly reporting to the Senior Coordinator, you will be responsible for donations processing, providing donor support, database maintenance as well as compliance and reporting. In order to be considered for this position you will need to demonstrate experience in the following: – Excellent customer service skills – Fast and accurate data entry skills – Cash handling & bank reconciliations – Management of all correspondence including phone, email and incoming / outgoing mail – Intermediate MS Office skills – Experience with the Raisers Edge database will be held in high regard – Excellent communication and interpersonal skills – High attention to detail and a team player are a MUST – NFP / NGO industry experience will be held in high regard. This is a great opportunity to work for an ICONIC Non for Profit organisation who is renowned for their excellent working conditions. If you enjoy working in a close & supportive team environment then please forward your resume using the application email below or for further enquiries please contact Annie Barker on (02) 8243 0505.
VOLUNTEER MUSEUM TOUR GUIDES WANTED
Rouse Hill estate, a house museum and rural property run by the Historic Houses Trust is seeking volunteers to assist in providing guided tours of the old farmstead and outbuildings, meet and greet visitors and interpret our Visitor Centre Displays. If you like history and heritage here is an opportunity to learn more and meet new people. For an information package and application form please contact Karen Griffiths at: firstname.lastname@example.org or Telephone (02) 8239 2441. Applications Close 6th November, 2006.
We are looking for a Carer for our two children, 5 and 7 years. Wed 3pm to 6.30pm and Thurs 8am to 6.30pm. Must have driver’s licence. Kirrawee area. Please call Melinda on: 0438 192122.
MS Australia – Bequests Officer*
Are you a financially savvy, relationship driven and seasoned professional who is ready to take on a challenge and gain personal satisfaction from generating bequest income across NSW to assist people living with multiple sclerosis? In this full time position you will work autonomously and in accordance with the
organisation’s Planned Giving Program to identify, target and build relationships
with potential benefactors and key professional people to maximise income
delivered to the organisation. Multiple Sclerosis NSW/VIC requires a self-motivated individual with outstanding
interpersonal, negotiation and communication skills. Your confidence, initiative and ability to build solid, professional relationships with individuals from all socio-economic levels will see you succeed in this role. If you have a NFP or corporate background and would like to share your skills and expertise with a leading NFP organisation, please forward your resume and a letter addressing the key selection criteria to email@example.com or fax to 9643 1486 by 30th October 2006. For a Job Description contact Marica on 9646 0611.
FINANCE MANAGER Orana Education and Training Cooperative *
This is a rare opportunity to obtain a job which provides a regional lifestyle, a supportive work environment five minutes from home and the chance to live, work and be part of a growing and forward-thinking community. A rare opportunity exists to work with a dynamic not-for-profit organization to making a difference to communities in the Central West of New South Wales. Orana Education and Training Cooperative (OEC) delivers high-performing Job Network services in Dubbo, Bourke and surrounding areas. We operate employment
services of excellence and we are being rewarded through seeing people’s lives being changed and exceeding our performance and budget targets. For a Position Description or a confidential discussion, send an email with your contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (02) 6882 5655.