Business Coordinator, Community Living – City of Sydney
* $79,536 package including Super. The City of Sydney seeks a self-starter who enjoys working independently in a team environment as Business Coordinator for its Community Living section. The section includes libraries, community centres, childcare, and social and cultural policy and programs. In this position you will be responsible for the financial performance and reporting and monitoring of the budget for the section. Appropriate tertiary qualifications or equivalent experience in financial and budget administration, highly developed financial software skills and project management skills are required. Excellent people and communication skills are essential, as this role requires regular contact with the section’s unit managers and other internal staff to ensure timeliness and accuracy of all financial and business reporting requirements.Visit www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/jobs for a position description. Applications should be made via the website by Friday 1st December 2006, quoting Ref. No. S049908.
Community Communication Specialists – Environmental Focus
*Marketing Communications * Implementing Community Based Strategies *C$60-$75K+Super. This unique organisation combines the environmental and community concerns and needs communications specialist to deliver the communication activities for infrastructure/property, water or transport projects into local communities. The strength of this organisation is its ability to combine environmental, communication and economic skills to add real value to their select group of clients. This is a progressive and forward thinking organisation, which is genuinely concerned about the environment and the involvement of the community in its projects and work to leave a tangible legacy. Candidates will need several years of hands on experience implementing communication strategies into local communities, specifically experience responding to complex issues associated with planning and delivery of major town planning or infrastructure projects. Experience working with or working in a government agency or department would also be desirable. Overall this is a marketing communications role and you will need to demonstrate strong written communication skills and have experience communicating complex issues to a wide range of audiences through newsletters, media releases and letters. This organisation is values based and has a relatively flat structure and you will work with people at all levels to achieve results for clients. In addition to your expert writing skills, you will need strong analytical and problem solving skills, and be good at managing stakeholders with experience in negotiation when dealing with challenging issues. Experience working with sensitive community based issues would be highly regarded, as would any communications experience with environmental issues. You can send your word format resume online below quoting reference number: ESP/AD/1930xB.
Communication Specialist – Sydney-based
*Community consultation focus * 6 month contract or permanent * $65-70K package. This is a community consultation and communications role and will involve developing communication initiatives for both the program overall and individual communities. This will involve you understanding the local community being affected and developing innovative communication initiatives to promote the Priority Sewerage Program to customers. This will involve creation of brochures, correspondence, update websites, creating advertisements and brochures. While doing this, you will need to be continuously aware of achieving high levels of customer satisfaction and connections.
In addition to communication, strong stakeholder management is a central part of this role, in particularly developing and maintaining relationships with local councils, government department and other key stakeholders associated with the PSP. To be successful you will need five or more years of demonstrated experience specifically developing community based communication initiatives. In addition, you will need strong project management experience and experience working with or in government departments would be highly regarded. Initially this role is a 6 month contract, however for the right candidate there will be the opportunity for longer term or permanent employment. You can send your word format resume online quoting reference number: ESP/AD/1983v2.
DEVELOPMENT MANAGER – THE SHEPHERD CENTRE
The Shepherd Centre is an acknowledged leader in enabling children who are deaf and hearing-impaired to develop spoken language and fully participate in a hearing world. An important outcome of developing a Strategic Plan and Vision for the organisation is the restructuring of its Development Office. The Development Manager will be a member of the executive team and work closely with and report directly to the CEO. Key responsibilities will be managing relationships with major individual donors, corporate partners, and Trusts and Foundations. Other existing and successful Fundraising activities including special events, direct mail and bequest promotion are carried out with a small team and external counsel. Tertiary qualifications are desirable and membership of FIA will be considered favourably. An attractive remuneration package will be negotiated. A position descripton is available at www.shepherdcentre.com.au. Telephone Enquiries 02 9489 1928. Applications close November 20 and may be emailed to email@example.com or to the CEO, Mr John Bowie AM,The Shepherd Centre, PO Box 871, Strawberry Hills 2012.
Fundraising / PR – Coordinator, Central Coast Location
Australian Red Cross NSW is seeking a self-motivated individual to be a part of a fundraising team to help build our profile and funding for local programs. You will be responsible for the Fundraising and PR programs reaching their potential within the Central Coast area and use your relationship building skills with the local Red Cross Branch network and supporters within the community. Previous experience in a busy fundraising, PR or Marketing role is essential. Candidates will have demonstrable client liaison, strong organisation, public speaking and administration skills. Download job description at www.redcross.org.au or for further information call Ken on 02 9229 4240. Send resume and statement against criteria to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications close 24/11/06.
Marketing and Development MANAGER – $80K++ – Sydney
A leading educational /cultural institution that provides unique learning excursions , utilising audiovisual displays and primary source materials to deliver a powerful experience to visitors requires an experienced Marketing and Development Manager. Responsibilities will include the devising, implementation and management of a sustainable and integrated Development Program incorporating Fundraising ,Corporate Sponsorship Marketing and Publicity. Candidates will ideally include proven Management experience and the ability to develop long lasting and solid client relationships. Familiarity within a NonProfit is desirable but IS NOT essential. Previous experience fundraising will be an advantage. This will ideally be coupled with an ability to ultise your media and business contacts to promote the organisation and increase visitor numbers. For a confidential chat please phone Chris on (02) 8424 7148 quoting Reference Number NOVCM6 or Apply Directly.
Chief Executive Officer – International Aid Agency – Surf Industry
* Sydney based role – Package circa $150K. An NonProfit International Aid Agency that plays a pivotal role in the treatment of malaria aims to improve the health of people living in isolated regions connected to them through surfing. The CEO’s role is responsible for the planning and execution of the organisation’s activities. You will execute their strategic and operational plans in line with governing values, guidelines and principles which are set by the International Board and affiliates. Tapping into the generous nature of the surfing communities in Australia, New Zealand and the United States West Coast, you will ensure all offices are meeting fundraising targets and channel these funds to deliver health outcomes and ensure all activities are in compliance with the organisation’s visions to isolated regions throughout Indonesia. Candidates will be experienced in management leadership and have a proven track record in sales and fundraising. You will have the diversity of skills to deal with top level business people as well as volunteers working from the heart. Sound budgeting and financial expertise and an entrepreneurial spirit along with your passion for the surfing community and helping underprivileged people will ensure your success in the role. You can apply online quoting reference number 200044486_3.
Fund Raising Manager
HopeStreet seeks a capable and engaging person to continue to raise its profile and support amongst corporations, trusts, individuals and churches. Contact Colin Scott, email@example.com. You can apply online.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Coordinator – YWCA NSW
* Attractive Salary Package * Immediate Start
To lead this innovative program, a person with relevant qualifications and experience in working with children, their families and volunteers is required. You will need to be flexible with high level communication, supervision and change management skills. All applicants must submit the position Application Form, addressing all criteria by 24 November 2006. Job description and application form can be obtained from www.ywcansw.com.au under positions vacant or please contact Christine on (02) 9285 6211.
Manager – Disability Employment Network (DEN) & Transition to Work (TTW) – Bankstown
Break Thru Employment Solutions (BTES) is a leading non-profit organisation with 8 offices across Sydney and the North Coast. They seek a Manager at their Bankstown site. This challenging position will manage a small yet growing team of motivated staff, carry a small caseload of DEN Job Seekers and oversee the day-to-day operations of the DEN program. Building a TTW program will be a component of the position. The successful applicant will provide leadership to the DEN & TTW teams in all aspects of service delivery and change management, maximising individual and team performance. A demonstrated sound knowledge of barriers affecting people with a disability, the Disability Services Act, Disability Service Standards, other employment related legislation, changing labour market conditions, and the ability to achieve contracted outcomes within quality frameworks is required for the position. The position offers an attractive salary package tailored to your skills & experience (includes a motor vehicle). For more info contact Gretchen De Martin for selection documentation on 0403 451 430 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can apply online.
Pro Bono and Community Programs Administrator
Sparke Helmore is one of Australia’s most dynamic law firms with 8 offices and over 600 employees nationally and recently won the Community Support Award at the Australian Law Awards which recognises the contribution our SHARE scheme (Sparke Helmore Assistance, Responsibility and Encouragement) provides to communities in which we operate, through pro bono work, resource sharing, mentoring and fundraising activities. A vacancy exists to work closely with the Pro Bono and Community Programs Director in a support role. Your responsibilities will include responding to day to day enquiries, liaising with not for profit organisations, working with our business development and marketing team, general file management and administrative support, preparing reports, newsletters and other correspondence and assisting with fundraising activities and event management as required. You must have demonstrated experience and achievement in a similar role, advanced skills in MS Word, Excel, Outlook, Powerpoint and Picture (desktop publishing skills desirable) and the ability to problem-solve, manage your time and comminucate effectively to achieve program goals. You can apply online or for a confidential chat call Christine Britten-Jones on 02 9260 2548.
Sales Manager – Youth Market – Sydney
* $70k + Super * Sydney CBD Location * Extensive Travel
This is an opportunity for a sales person to work for one of Australia’s leading youth accommodation specialists. You will be primarily responsible for increasing business through Travel Trade. You will achieve this by representing the company to existing and prospective markets – both Australia and Internationally. You must have: * 2 years experience in a similar role * A deep understanding of the youth market in Australia and New Zealand * Proven expertise in managing key customer relationships * Ability to self-manage and follow up is a key requirement of this role * A good understanding of the travel industry distribution systems essential * Attention to detail, strong written skills and great customer service essential. Contact Lisa Roch at TMS Asia Pacific for more info. You can apply online.
Inbound Sales Manager
• Salary $50-55K + bonus • Located in the CBD
A prestigious hotel chain representing a number of 4 and 5 star products throughout Australia and Malaysia seeks an experienced Sales Manager to focus predominately on the Inbound market. You will be representing the 2 Sydney quality properties each with their own unique charm. Whilst your main target will be servicing the inbound market , you will also be touching briefly on Outbound, Corporate and Retail markets. This role offers unlimited earning potential with large bonuses available after 6 mths of service. If you have previous sales experience in the Inbound Market, the motivation and ability to work unsupervised you can apply online. or, for a confidential discussion, please contact Birthe Nohrden on (02) 9262 1655, quoting Ref No. 4491.
EVENT MANAGER – CORPORATE EVENTS & CONFERENCING PRODUCTIONS
* $45K – $55K Base + Super + incentives * Established market leader, top end client list
A leading event production company across Australia, with over 20 years of local and international experience, this company has the expertise to produce events ranging from 10 people to over 5000 at its established network of function centres. The role as an event manager will be to work closely with an established portfolio of key clients, getting to know intimately what their needs are and what they are trying to achieve with each upcoming event. You will be responsible for organising all aspects of the event including; catering, entertainment and presentation, along with the logistics and travel plans for attendees. Candidates must be able to demonstrate a proven event management record. It would be advantageous to have experience working with high profile corporate clients, how ever this not essential. You must have excellent presentation and communication skills and pay attention to even the smallest detail. You can apply online
or call Peter Newell direct on 02 82847316.
Accessible Arts – Accounts and Administration Manager *
to manage the financial and administrative aspects of the organisation. The position requires a confident, knowledgeable self-starter with a minimum of eight years’ experience in a similar role. Strong MYOB and bookkeeping skills are essential as well as good communication skills. Experience in the arts and/or not for profit sectors is desirable. People with a disability are encouraged to apply. The position if full time with a salary of $50K plus super. As a public benevolent institution Accessible Arts offers $16050 of the remuneration as a non-taxable component (total value of salary package approx. $60K). For more information and for a position description and duty statement please go to the Accessible Arts website www.aarts.net.au, email email@example.com or call 02 9251 6996. Applications close Monday 20th November and should be addressed to: Ms Sancha Donald, Chief Executive Officer, Accessible Arts, Pier 4 The Wharf, Hickson Road Walsh Bay NSW 2000 Or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Regional Co-ordinator – S.P.O.T. (Safe Pets Out There) Program*
The SPOT program will be delivered to 5 to 7 year old school children throughout NSW during the three years 2007-2009, and will teach them about animal welfare, safety around dogs and responsible pet ownership. SPOT is a joint venture between the Australian Veterinary Association, RSPCA, Animal Welfare League (NSW) and Delta Society Australia, under the umbrella of the Australian Companion Animal Council. The program is funded by the NSW Department of Local Government. Applications are invited for the position of Regional Coordinator for the SPOT Program in the Illawarra / South Coast. The position will involve a minimum of 600 hours per year. Applications are invited from those with the ability to work from home on a flexible basis. The successful applicants will be required to attend a two day, expenses paid, weekend training seminar in Sydney prior to commencing duties. For a detailed description and duty statement please email the SPOT Program Manager: Email: email@example.com Applications Close: 15 November 2006. To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate Australian or New Zealand work visa.
Housing Manager – Community Housing Lower North Shore *
28 HOURS PER WEEK. Community Housing Lower North Shore is a non-profit housing association, housing
high need clients on low incomes. We require a dedicated, active person, sensitive to client needs, to manage a property/tenancy portfolio. ESSENTIAL: Relevant tertiary studies or equivalent. Welfare/housing experience.
Proven ability to work with disadvantaged groups. Experience working within the community sector. Ability to coordinate and prioritise complex work schedules. Car/licence/comprehensive insurance. DESIRABLE: Property maintenance organisational skills. Understanding of the community housing sector. SALARY: Grade 3 ASU Award-relevant year. Salary packaging available. Please contact Coral Garratt on (02) 9439 1399 for job information package. Applications close 1st December, 2006.
Manager – Mid North Coast Regional Council *
for Social Development [Macksville] The Mid North Coast Regional Council for Social Development is seeking a highly skilled motivated individual to manage staff and operations across the area. The position is currently based in Macksville and requires regional and state-wide travel. The initial performance based contract will be for 35hrs p/w SACS (NSW) Award, Gr 6. We are seeking a person with: • tertiary quals in Social Sciences or equivalent; • extensive experience in a range of community services and community development; • possessing a high level of communication, planning, staff supervision, submission and policy writing skills; and • experience in advocating at a high level for social justice. For full details of the position and job description contact: Manning Valley Neighbourhood Services phone: (02) 6553 5121.