Pro Bono Secretary $45K Pro Rata – Sydney
* Highly-respected Pro Bono team * Part-time: Any 3 days of the week!
Take your dedication to community service to the next level by joining one of Sydney’s finest Mid-Tier firms, who have a superb reputation for their community service. They are currently looking to recruit a Secretary with at least a year’s experience to come aboard their leading Pro Bono team to add further value to the group’s progression. In this highly rewarding role, you will assist an appreciative Partner in the day-to-day running of the successful division. Your duties include client liaison, working with the business development and marketing team, file management, drafting correspondences, event management, and general administration. Ideally, you will have at least a year’s experience in a similar capacity, and advanced Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Picture skills. Desktop publishing skills are an advantage. You will further have excellent communication and organisational skills. Your enthusiasm and knowledge of community issues will be well-rewarded within this sociable and leading National firm. To confidentially apply for this role, or to find out more, please contact Sommer Bath on + 61-2-9233-7977, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can apply online.
Community Care Manager – St Luke’s Hospital Complex -SE Sydney
This NonProfit hospital & aged care services provider requires a professional to join their dynamic organisation in the above role. St.Luke’s is a recognised leader in health and aged care in the South Eastern Area of Sydney. The community service provides care to over 250 older persons in their homes through Community Aged Care packages, Extended Aged Care at Home. Packages and the National Respite for Carers Program.The successful candidate will be required to manage all aspects of the community care service of the organisation. This includes clinical leadership, strategic direction and operational support.
Essential criteria: *Experience and post graduate qualifications in a health related role. *Experience in the co-ordination and delivery of community programs *Past participation in an accreditation process *Management of a large number of staff *Understanding of employment procedures and training programs *Well developed written and verbal skills *Previous senior level management experience *An attractive package will be negotiated with the successful candidate including a motor vehicle and salary sacrifice. for further information please contact Ms Lorraine Poulos on 02 80805740 or email on email@example.com. You can apply online.
Job Network Roles all over Sydney
* Various locations throughout Sydney
* Industry knowledge and a commitment to only work with the best
* Positions available in both the Job Network & Disability Employment Sectors!!
Marker Consulting works with the best providers and consultants and works hard to ensure that both parties are happy with the service provided. They are more than a Recruitment Agency – they are a consultancy currently looking for experienced Site Managers, Team Leaders, Job Placement Consultants, Employment Consultants, Job Search Trainers and Disability Employment Consultants. Candidates are offered an in depth knowledge of the industry and the culture of each site. The service ensures that you know as much as you can about the site before its too late which, in turn, leads to better job satisfaction and less turnover, benefiting both employers and candidates. If you are currently searching for a new position within the Job Network or you are simply interested in knowing what’s out there at the moment, please phone Varteni on (02) 8272 0700. Alternatively email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can apply online.
Project Officer – Human Services – Sydney CBD
*Apply your Specialist Knowledge in Quality Improvement & Accreditation
*$60k plus super
Quality Management Services (QMS) is a non-government organisation specialises in providing quality improvement, review and accreditation services to human service organisations within government and non-government health, disability, community and aboriginal services organisations. Due to a recent expansion in business, the organisation is now currently seeking to appoint a Project Officer for its Sydney operation, responsible for areas such as Problem Gambling Treatment Services, Non-Government Organisations and programs, Health, Community and Aboriginal Services. Your primary responsibility will be to undertake the development and on-going delivery of Quality Improvement and Accreditation programs within the region. This in turn may include managing a group of people involved in assisting the delivery of the program as well as tailoring, delivering or overseeing training sessions on a required basis amongst other responsibilities. You will have a tertiary qualification in health, social sciences or similar as well as extensive experience in the development and delivery of training, preferably within the human services field. A track record in project management as well as familiarity with the accreditation and quality improvement environment and strong communication, interpersonal and presentation skills is expected.
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Nicole Handsaker in our Sydney office on +61 2 8233 2221, quoting Ref No. 2B/34766
e-commerce Project Manager – Not for profit – $100k
*Internationally respected humanitarian org *Attractive salary packaging options
A rare opportunity exists to support this highly respected international organisation in their aim to provide on line first aid course bookings, shopping and improved donation facility, to deliver an enhanced experience for clients and supporters now and into the future. An experienced technical project leader possessing proven ability to deliver e-commerce projects on time and within budget is required. Your ability to work both independently and as part of a team, combined with superior interpersonal and relationship management skills, will enable you to manage, control and coordinate the day to day project across multiple business functions and balance the needs of the internal stakeholders and customers, within a dynamic business and technical environment. In addition to general understanding of both web site integration and processes and database management systems, you will be adept at working with business teams and external service providers to analyse, diagnose and rectify operational problems across business, IT and Finance areas. Whilst previous consultancy or experience within the not for profit sector would be advantageous, it is your commitment to deliver results on time, on budget, tempered with the professional maturity to harmoniously resolve conflicting priorities, which will ensure success. To enquire further, please contact Lisa Lloyd in our Sydney office on 02 8298 3836. When responding, please quote 35-713383. Confidentiality is assured.
National Director Good Beginnings Australia – Surry Hills
Good Beginnings Australia is a national non-profit organisation serving families and children aged 0-8 since 1997. Good Beginnings fosters partnerships between parents, volunteers, all levels of government, community based services and business to offer support to parents and to create positive environments in which babies and young children can thrive. If we can give a child a good beginning, we can benefit both the child and the community for years to come. After successful growth to a current 70 programs spread over 50 sites in all states and territories, the organisation faces the challenge of the retirement of its founding National Director.
* Reporting to the Board, responsible for fulfilling the Good Beginnings vision through inspirational leadership of a dispersed, non-hierarchical team of staff and volunteers.
* Provide the motivation to governments, companies and philanthropists for stimulating continued growth in stakeholder support for the company’s services.
* Manage all aspects of the organisation including strategic and financial planning, human resources, service quality, program innovation, funding and the value of the Good Beginnings brand.
* Help more children in better ways.
* An empathetic leader with vision, strong business disciplines and the ability to live the principles of strength-based service delivery.
* Recognised credibility in the field of child/family services.
* Demonstrated success in relating to all tiers of government.
* Freedom to travel regularly
* A passion for Australia’s children
More details on www.goodbeginnings.net.au. Apply to email@example.com before 16 January 2007. You can apply online.
Fundraising Coordinator, Corporate Partnerships
Northcott Disability Services, Parramatta.
* Do you have excellent communication skills and enjoy networking?
* Do you want to work in a fast paced team based environment?
* Do you want a job that really makes a difference to people?
An experienced person is required to identify, pursue and manage effective relationships, sponsorships and partnerships with new and existing corporate clients. You will be responsible for devising innovative strategies and promotional campaigns to maximise corporate support and provide valuable funding to Northcott’s 51 services and programs. You will take advantage of the growing corporate interest in community programs and be responsible for in-kind, pro-bono, volunteering and capital contributions from corporate organisations. Northcott Disability Services provides support and services to over 4,500 individuals and families across NSW. Our aim is to help people with disabilities develop skills, maximise their potential for independence and to participate as full members of the community. Fundraising is a critical and valued role in our organisation so as the successful applicant you will have:
• A positive and professional personality with a team player attitude.
• Drive and energy to achieve targets within the constraints of a budget
• Successful negotiation skills
• Excellent communication and networking skills with an ability to think creatively.
• Previous marketing, sponsorship, sales or fundraising experience.
This fundraising position offers the opportunity to build on an established client database and join a marketing department who value a team based approach and know how to enjoy their work. A comprehensive remuneration package will be negotiated comprising salary and tax exempt benefits, based on qualifications and experience. Fr further information on Northcott visit www.northcott.com.au. Further enquires to: Lucy Brown (02) 9890 0128. Applications should be addressed to: HR Officer, PO Box 4055, Parramatta NSW 2124 or Email : firstname.lastname@example.org. You can apply online. Closing date: Friday, 12th January 2007. Essential pre-employment checks will be conducted. Northcott is an EEO Employer.
LIVING SKILLS COORDINATOR Innovative role in Western Sydney
If you are passionate about providing training services to staff in the delivery of Life Skills programs and are able to develop and deliver specific living skills modules, we would like to meet you. ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS: Experience in the delivery & development of Living Skills programs. A collaborative teamwork approach with excellent interpersonal skills. Experience in working with young people in residential care. Networking and advocacy skills. Relevant tertiary qualifications. High level of written and verbal communication skills. Current Driver’s Licence. DESIRABLE: Familiarity with residential care. Experience in special education. Qualified to teach in Australia. Secondments from the education sector welcome. An attractive remuneration salaries package is offered.
Enquiries to: Ted Thomson
Telephone: 0404 065 285
For an application package contact Beverley Burns on: 9853 0309 Email: email@example.com Applications close: Thursday, Jan. 18th 2007 Employment screening of successful applicants is a requirement of child protection legislation: A commitment to the mission and values of Marist Youth Care is essential. You can apply online.
Team Leader / Fundraisers– Sydney Metro
Raise funds for the UN Refugee Agency!
$80 – $100k OTE Team Leaders
$60 – $80k OTE Frontliners
Are you outgoing, passionate and a natural leader? Do you have direct sales or frontlining experience? The national association for the UN Refugee Agency is now hiring Team Leaders and Frontliners to work at special events, shopping centres and on the street for immediate start.
For further information contact Australia for UNHCR on 02 9262 5377 or send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can apply online.
NSW Operations Manager (Good Sports)
The Australian Drug Foundation (ADF) is a not-for profit organisation whose aim is to prevent drug problems in the community. Goods sports is an ADF program working to assist community sporting clubs manage alcohol responsibly and create friendly and welcoming environments. Reporting to the NSW State Manager, the role is an exciting opportunity for a motivated and experienced Operations Manager. Responsibilities include providing strategic, operational and financial leadership at a State level. The challenge is to transform a successful pilot into a sustainable program across NSW. You will work to develop community partner relationships and enhance their performance, engage sporting groups, deliver high quality service, provide education and training, develop the State funding model and build strategic alliances. This is an ideal role, for a dynamic and enthusiastic person with experience in community development and community sport. With proven leadership skills, you will have experience dealing with all levels of government, sport and community groups, and the corporate sector. This autonomous role requires the ability to liaise with diverse stakeholders calling on your superior communication and presentation skills. A detailed role description is available at www.goodsports.com.au. All telephone inquiries to Richard Colbran – Good Sports NSW State Manager on (02) 9939 0932. To apply, email your resume to email@example.com or send your resume to Good Sports NSW, PO Box 572 Harbord NSW 2096. Closing date for applications is COB Friday 12th January 2007.
CENTACARE CASE MANAGERS – PART TIME – PERSONAL SUPPORT PROGRAM
* 2 x p/t positions 3 days a week * 1 in Sydney 1 in Bankstown
Applications are invited for 2 part time Casemanager positions with the Personal Support Programme (PSP). This program offers counselling and support to clients who are unemployed and experiencing psychological, physical and/or social issues. These positions will be 3 days per week, one based at the Sydney city office and another at the Bankstown office.
Essential: Tertiary qualifications in Psychology, Social Work, or a related field; Practical experience in assessment, counselling and case management; An understanding of issues pertaining to severe barriers to employment; a capacity to work with a range of disadvantaged clients to address barriers and a willingness to work within the Mission of Centacare.
Desirable: Experience working with clients who are long-term unemployed; Cultural sensitivity and experience working with clients from a CALD background; Computer literacy.
Applicants (including new graduates) interested in developing their clinical assessment and intervention skills within a professional supportive environment are encouraged to apply. This position meets the requirements of the NSW Psychologists Registration Board as a placement for Intern Psychologists.
Salary: Dependent upon qualifications and experience, salary packaging options are available.
Enquiries and application packages: Mery Carollo Phone (02) 9612 3444
Application packages should be lodged in writing by Friday 19 January 2007, to:
PO Box 419
Liverpool BC NSW 1871
Child protection legislation requires preferred applicants to be subject to employment screening. PSP is funded by the Commonwealth Department of Employment and Workplace Relations (DEWR).
You can apply online.
Receptionist/Administrator – Children’s Service Centre – Upper North Shore
This organisation not only provides one of the largest Children’s Service Centres in the Upper North Shore but also provides caring and professional welfare support to many families and individuals in need. The role will see you as the first point of contact talking with all of the people making enquiries and putting them in contact with the most helpful and appropriate area of assistance within the organisation. Great people skills and a love of others are characteristics that will be very much valued in this role. You will need administrative experience including secretarial, reception and strong organisational skills. A thorough working knowledge of Microsoft computer packages such as Word and Excel. Some of the tasks will include:
• Receive and welcome all clients and visitors to the Waitara Office and handle all general enquiries.
• Record and pass on messages to Managers, Coordinators and staff.
• Distribution of incoming and outgoing mail.
• Supervise the ordering of stationery and other general goods.
• Issue receipts for Housing Support and Advocacy.
• Keep financial records.
• Maintain petty cash for office expenditure.
• Clerical duties such as filing and photocopying.
• Secretarial duties such as typing, data entry and agenda compilation.
• Ensure security and confidentiality of all records.
You can email your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org or apply online.