GENERAL MANAGER – HOSPITALITY PROFESSIONAL – BALLARAT REGION
The Sebastopol Bowling Club located near Ballarat is seeking
an experienced hospitality professional for the newly created position of General Manager. Reporting to the Board of Management responsibilities will include the financial management and supervision of all aspects of the business operations of this highly successful, award winning Tattersalls venue. Leading the management team you will demonstrate experience in
the preparation and monitoring of budgets, stock control, bistro and gaming operations with sound computer skills. Experience in POS systems, MYOB or similar and payroll is required. An enthusiastic leader with great communication skills, industry accreditations and a solid understanding of legislation and the legal requirements of club operations is essential. You can apply online.
Accountant & Admin Manager – For special interest tour operator & travel agent.
Currently part time 20+ hours per week. We are flexible as to how hours are applied. Operating quickbooks and TRAMADA – dedicated travel industry software, training available. Experience within the travel industry a distinct advantage. See who we are and what we do at Passport Travel www.travelcentre.com.au. Email application letters and C.V only to our finance officer. Questions to the same address.
PRODUCT MANAGER – Travel Industry
* Travel Industry leader * Great working environment * Salary up to $60K
Due to the continuing success of this company an experienced Product Manager is required for the team. Key responsibilities include: * Product survey, research, recommendations, planning and product design * Timely delivery of brochures * Updating the web site information for the product * Brochure and product training and training information for all markets * Take responsibility for tours including designing itineraries * Negotiating and planning of familiarisation programmes * Involvement with the product pricing process, also the advertising and promotional activities. To be successful in this role you should have the following: * Similar experience within a product or marketing role * Excellent communication, marketing and report writing skill * The ability to research, innovate, with good statistical and copy writing skills * Good Australian destination knowledge * Be well travelled. You can apply online. Please send Resumes (CVs) as WORD (any version) attachments.
Community Building Facilitator – Buloke Shire Council
Buloke Shire Council in North West Victoria extends from the Northern Wimmera to the Southern Mallee area. The main townships within the Shire are primarily agriculturally based with grain and livestock as their major production. The Shire offers high quality educational and medical facilities with easy access to other regional centres. The Victorian Government’s Community Building Initiative is a $10 million, four-year program that aims to strengthen small Victorian communities and assist them to develop sustainable projects to last into the future. Council seeks to appoint a dynamic and enthusiastic candidate to facilitate capacity building projects throughout communities of the Buloke Shire Council. The Community Building Facilitator will work with these communities to scope and manage short-term community projects and develop long-term strategic plans. Constant community engagement requires that this candidate will be an excellent communicator who has a strong knowledge of issues affecting small rural communities within Buloke Shire Council. This is a full-time two-year position that will attract a salary within Band 6 ($50,847 – $55,306) range of the Victorian Local Authorities Award 2001 and the Buloke Shire Council Enterprise Agreement. A motor vehicle with restricted private use will be made available. For a position description and the Privacy Act Details Statement, which must be signed by all applicants, visit www.buloke.vic.gov.au or contact Kelly Stringer, Human Resources Officer on (03) 5478 0118 or email at email@example.com. You can apply online or address applications to Human Resource Officer, PO Box 1, WYCHEPROOF, 3527 and be received by no later than noon on Friday 24 November 2006.
Partnership Facilitator – African Communities – Maribyrnong City Council
Temporary full time position for 3 years – Band 6: $54,796 – $59,369 p.a.
Maribyrnong City Council and the Western Partnership of Grass Roots African Groups is seeking an energetic and committed person to resource and build the capacity of an alliance of over 15 grass roots African Groups in the West into an influential partnership. The objective is that the partnership will be able to effectively advocate with agencies and Government departments for the well being of their communities. The successful applicant will posses the following attributes: * Relevant tertiary qualification in community development, social planning or related field * Demonstrated understanding of settlement, refugee and multicultural issues * Demonstrated experience and record of community building and community development * Ability to work within sensitive and complex ethnic, cultural and religious contexts, and with multicultural communities * Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills * Demonstrated ability to build effective partnerships, relationships and networks * Capacity to develop funding submissions * Strong project management skills and experience * Knowledge of public health, welfare and community services. For position description visit www.maribyrnong.vic.gov.au. or contact the Organisational Development Section on (03) 9688 0585. For further information after reading this, please contact Nick Matteo, Manager Community Planning and Advocacy on (03) 9688 0211. Written applications, addressing the key selection criteria, close 5pm on Friday, 24th November 2006 and should be addressed to: Ms. Jan Lawson,
Manager Organisational Development, City of Maribyrnong, P.O. Box 58
FOOTSCRAY VIC 3011, or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
HEALTH PROMOTION COORDINATOR – Golden Plains Shire
$60,867 – 68,110 plus 9% Super. The Golden Plains Shire Health Promotion Program is funded by the Department of Human Services and is conducted in conjunction with its program partners, Barwon Health, Ballarat District Nursing & Health Care, and Ballarat Community Health Centre. Applicants for this position will have a strong health promotion and/or community development background, skills in evaluation and contract management and possess relevant tertiary qualifications together with significant experience. A current driver’s licence is essential and Local Government experience is considered an advantage. For further information please contact Fayth Andrews, Manager Human Services on (03) 5220 7153 or 0439 390 928. Applications close at 5pm Wednesday 22nd November 2006. A Position description is available from www.goldenplains.vic.gov.au or call (03) 5220 7111. Applications must address the selection criteria and should be addressed to: Mr Rod Nicholls, Chief Executive Officer, Golden Plains Shire Council.
CALD – Cultural Access Officer – Equitable Gateways Project
A 12 Months Full Time temporary opportunity in the Aged Services Department has become available to increase uptake of Home and Community Care (HACC) Services to people from culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds (CALD). Frankston is becoming a diverse and rich community, being home to many CALD groups, whose members could benefit from a wide range of services, but who experience difficulty in accessing these. If you are interested in working with such groups, have a genuine commitment to access and equity, and like to work professionally using community development approaches, this could be the job for you. Post secondary qualifications in a relevant human services field (Social work, Nursing, Allied Health) and/or relevant experience. A high level of interpersonal skills, knowledge of Home and Community Care Services and an ability to work closely with CALD communities/agencies is desirable. Salary commences at $54K plus superannuation. A Position Description is available at www.frankston.vic.gov.au Applications are to be addressed to Jennie Bentley, Organisation Development Consultant and email to email@example.com or post to Frankston City Council, PO Box 490, Frankston 3199 or fax (03)97833343 and must be received by Thursday, 23 November, 2006.
Fundraising Coordinator – The Asylum Seeker Resource Centre
A F/T Coordinator is required for the Centre – is a rare chance to fund raise for a grass roots human rights organisation and help make a real difference. Go to www.asrc.org.au or or call 93266066 for PD. Applications close 20th Nov. 2006.
Childrens Resource Worker – Loddon Mallee Region
This networking position for homelessness assistance services is an exciting opportunity to create change in policy and practice for children within the homelessness service sector. For a position description contact: Reception at EASE on 54434945 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Counsellor – trauma & bereavement
Road Trauma Support Team, Blackburn
The Road Trauma Support Team Victoria is seeking an experienced Social Worker / Counsellor (BSW, or equivalent post graduate degree) for three days per week Mon Tues Thurs) with excellent counselling skills to provide crisis, short and medium term counselling and support to people who have experienced bereavement and / or trauma reactions following a road trauma. Face-to-face and telephone counselling from our Blackburn office, together with group work and community education experience are the main components of the position. The Road Trauma Support Team Victoria is a state-wide counselling, education and support service for people who experiencing psychological reactions as the result of road trauma. Services are provided to bereaved family members, drivers, passengers, witnesses, and their family members and friends. SACS Class III Year 1 – 3 depending on experience and qualifications. Salary sacrifice available up to $30,000 grossed up.
CONTACT: Julie Parke, Suite 2, 109 Whitehorse Road, Blackburn VIC 3130. T: 9877 7922; F: 9877 9799.
Environmental Health Coordinator – Moorabool Shire
The permanent full-time position is to lead a progressive team, responsible for the delivery of quality Environmental Health services for the Moorabool Shire Council. One of the fastest growing exurban areas in Victoria, Moorabool is a large semi-rural municipality, covering a geographical area of 2,112 square kilometres, less than an hours drive on a major highway west of the Melbourne metropolitan area and within easy access of Ballarat and Geelong. The successful candidate for this position will have substantial experience in Municipal Environmental Health, a relevant tertiary qualification or equivalent, excellent public relation and conflict resolution skills, a high level of written and oral communication skills, be team oriented and have the ability to lead a small team. A sound understanding of the frameworks within which local government operates and of Domestic Wastewater Management Plans would be an advantage.The position is Classified as Band 7 and the salary range for the position is $60,590 to $67,798 per annum plus superannuation. A Council vehicle is also provided. Intending applicants should obtain a position description from Customer Service on (03) 53 667 100 or from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au. Further information can be obtained by telephoning Margot Stork, General Manager on (03) 53667100. Applications, addressing your suitability to the key selection criteria, must be received by 5.00pm Friday 24 November 2006. Moorabool Shire Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Wine Industry Marketing Coordinator – Melbourne
* Victorian based, family owned Winery * Must have 2-3 years Marketing Co ordinator experience * Great career opportunity
A progressive family owned winery based in the Rutherglen Wine Region is looking for an enthusiastic person to co-ordinate a range of marketing activities with a particular focus on marketing communications. Specific Responsibilities include: Assist the sales and marketing manager in implementing marketing communications plans. Maintain and distribute an annual communications calendar including events, press releases, advertising, product promotions and wine shows and to Coordinate tradeshows, festivals and events. Liaise with external suppliers to coordinate print, production and distribution of marketing materials.
Maintain a database of export, wholesale and marketing contacts on the CRM system. To be successful you will have an understanding and/or experience of marketing communications principles. You will be proficient in copy-writing, editing and/or proof-reading. You will have the ability to work unsupervised towards agreed milestones and to work under pressure to a series of deadlines. You will have commercial awareness and the ability to understand overall business goals. It is preferred for you to have solid knowledge of Excel, Adobe Acrobat and Microsoft Word.
For a detailed Job Description contact Richard on 02 9223 5400 or 0413 434 353. You can apply online , send your cover letter and resume to email@example.com or, for a confidential discussion, please contact Richard Broughton on 02 9223 540, quoting Ref No. RB1311.
Project Coordinator, Book Project – Australian Volunteers International *
Duration: Fixed Term – 6 months. Hours: Part-Time (0.4) – 2 days per week. Location: AVI Melbourne Office – Fitzroy. Applications Close: 24th November 2006. Contact Person: Anita Duffy. Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org An exciting opportunity currently exists to join the nation’s leading international volunteer sending agency – a vibrant and agile contributor to the sustainable development of a wide range of communities. We are currently looking for an experienced researcher to coordinate the compilation of a book to be published on AVI. The successful candidate will have strong writing, editing, interviewing and project coordination skills. This is a fantastic part-time project opportunity
for someone with excellent communication and organisational skills and an empathy for international development issues. Application Procedure: Please forward a current CV together with a covering letter addressing the selection criteria (contained in the role profile available at www.australianvolunteers.com) to Anita Duffy (03 9279 1733) at email@example.com The closing date for applications is 5.00pm AEST Friday 24 November 2006. Only people with the right to work in Australia may apply for this position. More information for non Australian residents regarding work visas can be obtained at www.immi.gov.au
Australian Volunteers International is an equal opportunity employer.
PROJECT OFFICER – PRIMARY SCHOOL PROGRAMS *
Working with the youth of today for tomorrow’s future! • Based in North Melbourne • Part-time 4 days (0.8 FTE). Australian Red Cross is part of the world’s largest humanitarian network in the world. Its vision – to improve the lives of vulnerable people in Australia and internationally by mobilising the power of humanity – is shared by members, volunteers and staff members. This exciting and challenging role has become available at Australia Red Cross – Victoria. Focusing on the development and implementation of primary school programs the role will be responsible for initiatives, such as: a) Junior Red Cross b) Good Start Breakfast Club. These initiatives aim to assist primary schools to foster young people’s awareness of their local and international community and the important role of Red Cross, and to implement Breakfast Clubs in primary schools. The key areas of responsibility will be to provide schools with resources, design and implement a strategic plan (with key stakeholders) for the expansion of the programs throughout Victoria. Some regional travel and overnight stays is required as part of this role. If your experience demonstrates strong communication and organizational skills, knowledge of the primary school system, developing educational resources and delivering training then this could be your next exciting career move. A more detailed description is available by accessing our website, www.redcross.org.au under Victoria, employment opportunities. For further information about the role contact Arnie Bax, 03 8327-7985. Interested applicants should address the key selection criteria (brief) of the position description and forward your covering letter and curriculum vitae to either vicjobs@redcross,org.au and or Tia Farrar, Human Resources Officer, Australian Red Cross-Victoria,23-47 Villiers Street, North Melbourne, 3051 by no later than 5pm, Wednesday 22nd November 2006.
Operations Manager – Second Bite*
A not-for-profit company arranging food from the restaurant, hotel, fresh markets and hospitality sector for the homeless kitchens of Melbourne. It is provided free of charge and all food is donated. Long Term Funding has now been allocated for the position of an Operations manager to manage the day to day operations of Second Bite • The person needs to have a passion for supporting the disadvantaged and ideally have some experience in the food/or not for profit sector. • They will be able to work in a structured, process driven manner to ensure an efficient distribution process. • They will enjoy working with people and will be interested in results. • They will: manage the food pick-up and delivery arrangements for the Second Bite food rescue program; have a working knowledge of food safety protocols for donated food; be able to implement optimal pick-up/delivery arrangements; be prepared to carry out deliveries themselves (delivery vehicle supplied) from time to time, and manage the volunteer delivery runs; manage a campaign to recruit and educate/train (eg basic food safety/OHS) volunteers; liaise with and maintain good working relationship with food donors AND the homeless kitchen
personnel; identify and report on additional food donors and follow up leads; maintain database of food pick-up/delivery statistics; provide monthly activity reports; attend board meetings; participate in some evening and weekend deliveries involved (undertaken by “paid” workers or
volunteers, for instance a volunteer team already covers the Prahran Market on Saturday afternoons); provide a community liaison role (eg field questions from the public about the program); and ensure OHS practices, workplace insurance, and vehicles are compliant with legal requirements.
Based in Melbourne CBD. Normal week 38 hours, plus reasonable overtime. Remuneration will be approximately $50,000 (including Superannuation). The Operations Manager will report to the board through the Chairman and the Executive Director. Applications should be sent to Natalie Gillard at PPB, 10/90 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000.