Office Administrator / PA – Road Trauma Support Team – Blackburn
This NonProfit community organisation, based in Blackburn, needs an experienced, organised, compassionate, and efficient full time Office Administrator with good IT skills. This is a small organisation embarking on considerable growth throughout Victoria. We need our office well organised and running efficiently so that we can achieve our mission to reduce the incidence and impact of road trauma in Victoria. The CEO needs a PA who is professional, shows initiative, has a mature nature and an acute eye for detail, and is highly motivated with a focus on being a team player. We can offer a great team environment in a dynamic community organisation. Salary includes superannuation and salary sacrifice (up to $30,000 grossed up) is available.
Applications, via email, close 5 pm Monday 15 January 2007.
Email Paul firstname.lastname@example.org for a position description.
New Business Development -Hotel Occupancy- Travel & Corporate Markets
* $57K Package
* Industry Leader
* Premium Hotels and Apartments
As one of Australias greatest Hotel and Apartment companies, this well known organisation provides Corporate and Travel accomodation to a broad marketplace. With a focus towards exceptional service and reputation, continued growth dictates the talents of a Business Development Manager to ensure their continued success locally.
In this unique position you will be responsible for developing new business by approaching the broad corporate marketplace. With a high quality range of Hotels an Apartments on offer and an extensive selection of locations , the opportunities to provide the right solution make this role extremely exciting.
Ideally you will have a minimum of 2 years corporate sales background. You will be experienced in working autonomously, be articulate and have a genuine excitement for the Hotel / Apartment industry. These attributes along with corporate tender experience, proven negotiation and organisational skills, will place you into this exciting, fast paced industry.
To be considered for this opportunity or similar, submit your application to Ian Cunningham online.
Catering Site Manager
Compass Group (Australia) Pty Ltd, the Worlds Leading Food and Support Services Company, have a great opportunity within Scolarest – the Education division, catering for Universities, Tafes and Secondary Schools. We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Site Manager to facilitate daily operations. The role involves management of staff, a strong focus on menu innovation, food safety and client contact.
5 Day position with 7 day operational responsibilities.
The Successful Candidate must have had previous experience in a similar role with the following:
* Experience in effectively managing food, labour costs and managing a budget
* Experience in managing food safety programs
* Experienced with a high level of food knowledge
* Stock Control/Ordering
* Staff Rostering
* Customer/Client relations
* Excellent communication, time management and organisational skills
* Ability to manage and coach staff
* Passionate about the food industry
* Computer literate
* A strong desire to develop and contribute to the business
Please email applications to the Area Manager Jane Adams via: email@example.com or alternatively via fax: 9274 9501.
Restaurant Manager – south eastern suburbs
This restaurant caters to families and requires the services of an experienced restaurant manager for an immediate start. Your ability to communicate with kitchen and waiting staff is essential as are your customer service and organisational skills. A “hands on” role which will encompass responsibility for ordering stock, rostering staff and all other facets of managinging a restaurant, an attractive remuneration and other benefits is offered. This an ideal position for someone who enjoys the challenges of the hospitality industry. Please contact Michael Shulman on 0418 109 284 to discuss the position in further detail. You can apply online.
International Programs Officer -Christian Blind mission (CBM) Australia
CBM Australia is part of an international federation working in 113 countries with 739 partner organisations seeking to improve the quality of life for people with a disability. As part of a new vision CBM internationally is restructuring with a new focus on social and economic outcomes in programs. CBM Australia is currently seeking someone interested with proven project management skills in international development. Qualifications and experience in the field of disability will be an advantage. You will be a strong team player, well organised, motivated to contribute to our vision and mission and able to travel for up to 12 weeks per annum. Position Descriptions can be found at www.cbmi.org.au or requested by ringing 1800 678 069. Applicants should address the 9 key competencies required for the role, and forward this with a full resume to: Sue Smith,Human Resources Officer
Christian Blind Mission International (Australia)
56 Rutland Rd (PO Box 348), Box Hill VIC 3128, Australia
t: 1800 678 069 f: 8843 4545 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close Monday January 29th, 2007.
You can apply on line.
Manager City Strategy -Strategic urban and transport planning focusMelbourne
A challenging opportunity has emerged for an experienced professional to manage the City’s strategic planning function covering policy, programs and advice to Council in the areas of primary urban management, land use development and transport. Reporting to the Director Sustainability & Innovation, the Manager City Strategy is responsible for leading and managing a team of eight staff and is a member of the COM Management Team and the Divisional leadership group. The Manager also liaises closely with Councillors, the CEO, Directors, other Managers, key stakeholders and clients, and with a range of external organisations on issues associated with major urban planning and transport issues. Candidates will be tertiary qualified, preferably at post-graduate level, in urban planning, transport economics or public policy and administration. They must demonstrate relevant technical knowledge and experience in these areas and be able to provide strong leadership and high level strategic advice on urban, transport and corporate policy programs within a complex administrative and politically sensitive environment.Include with your application a current resume together with a one-page summary of your key competencies and skills as they apply to this type of role.
You can apply online.quoting reference number RW44262_1
Program Manager – Seat at the Table-Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA)Camberwell.
The organisation works strategically to inform, empower, represent and link together Australians personally affected by breast cancer. “A Seat at the Table” is BCNA’s consumer participation program. Women who have experienced breast cancer are recruited, trained and placed onto committees, working parties and other places where decisions are made about support and treatment for those affected by breast cancer. Their involvement as consumer representatives ensures that women who have had breast cancer are able to influence the way services are developed and provided. This role is responsible for the effective operation of Breast Cancer Network Australia’s Seat at the Table Program. Responsibilities include: recruiting women from across Australia as new BCNA Consumer Representatives; communicating effectively with the Consumer Representatives to ensure they are effective participants in the program; promoting the Seat at the Table Program to individuals and organisations throughout the breast cancer and wider health sectors in a strategic manner;communicating effectively with a range of organisations; negotiating requests for Consumer Representatives with organisations; managing the selection process for appointing Consumer representatives to committees, working parties and other appropriate roles; ensuring all aspects of the program are effectively evaluated and refined where needed;coordinating an annual training program for new consumer representatives; coordinating training and other initiatives for the ongoing development of our Consumer Representatives;
preparing written communications, including program reports, information for BCNA’s website and Beacon magazine and general correspondence; contributing as required to other BCNA activities.
Key selection criteria:
Strong program management skills, including evidence of effective program planning, implementation and evaluation; Experience in program promotion leading to successful outcomes;Experience in effectively developing and maintaining communications and relationships with a wide range of stakeholders; Excellent writing skills; An understanding of issues related to breast cancer, including treatment, care, services, and an understanding of the psychosocial needs of women with breast cancer; Excellent computer skills in MS Office applications, database and web experience; Experience in coordinating training programs.You can apply online
Business Manager -NonProfit sector -Western suburbs
Reporting to the CEO, a key focus of this position is to develop profitable businesses providing quality supported programs for participants. You will identify opportunities to increase profitability of current businesses as well as adding new ones. Through setting clear future strategy for future business services and providing leadership, and placing increased emphasis on business metrics, innovation, quality and continuous improvement, you will ensure growth and long term viability.Previous experience in disability may be advantageous, however of greater significance is a proven track record in identifying, planning, promoting and managing commercial businesses and monitoring their viability.Key qualities needed are strengths in leadership, teamwork, commercial awareness, and customer service coupled with an empathy and interest in making a difference to the community you live in.Reference Number: 133MKH6533. Contact Mark Hockley on (03) 8629 1118, or apply online.
FINANCIAL CONTROLLER-Childcare Centres -Melbourne East.
Work for three childcare centres with 50 employees. You will need an Accountancy/bookkeeping background. Duties include: preparation of BAS, payroll, superannuation, group tax;debt reconciliation and control;review and analysis of performance; establish and control budgets; establish and improve benchmarks.Permanent position, staff or contract. Flexible environment work from home or centre based.Approx 3 days per week. MYOB essential,childcare experience preferred, PCPRO ideal (but not essential).Would suit ex childcare centre owner/operator/director with bookkeeping experience and financial accumen. e-mail to email@example.com or fax 95306613 or call 041 930 7365 for details You can apply online
SERVICE CENTRE COORDINATOR Full time – Ringwood
Calvary Silver Circle is a leading provider of home support services throughout Victoria, NSW & SA.
The role requires a broad mix of skills and knowledge from client assessment and support through to staff recruitment and management, in addition a knowledge of the service sector and the challenges in delivering community based care is desirable. The position requires strong management skills and the ability to work closely with staff and other service agencies. The successful candidate will have a relevant tertiary qualification as well as experience in the aged / community / disability area.
For information and relevant Duty Statement contact Judy on 9577 3356 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications quoting ref no 058 via email or to
PO Box 98, Moorabbin VIC 3189 by 8 Jan.07.You can apply online.
Project Officer The Climate Project – Australia The Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF)
ACF has been chosen as the Australian partner for The Climate Project, a new international program led by Al Gore, the former US Vice President, to engage large numbers of people on climate change and inspire them to make a difference on this critical issue. We are seeking an experienced and passionate Project Officer to be responsible for coordinating and supporting The Climate Project volunteer presenters so that they are able to inspire and empower Australians to take action on climate change. This position is based in ACF’s office in Melbourne. Position description and application details on www.acfonline.org.au or phone(03) 9345 1111
You can apply on line.
Coordinator Youth Mentoring Program Melbourne SE suburbs
Ideal role for youth/social worker. The goal is to prevent “at risk” young people (13-18 years) in the City of Bayside from becoming “high risk” by linking them to a trained and accredited mentor. Your role is to recruit, train, match and support potential mentors by establishing links and promoting the program within the local community. The successful candidate will have experience working with adolescents and the capacity to engage and support them. Case management and organisational skills are a must and you will need to be an effective networker, able to establish links within the community. The position is a contract until 30 June 2007, 34.2 hours per week (nine day fortnight) and part of a skilled youth program situated in Elsternwick.
For more information, including a position description, go to www.anglicarevic.org.au or contact 9523 1999.
Please apply, addressing the Key Selection Criteria and nominating three referees, to Meaghan Macdonald, Program Manager – South East Foster Care & Southbridge Youth Services, Anglicare Victoria, 24 – 26 Riddell Parade, Elsternwick 3185 or email to email@example.com Closing date 5 January 2007 . You can apply on line
Exciting childcare traineeship position – Balwyn
Currently we have a vacancy for an experienced untrained childcare worker at one of our high quality centres in Balwyn. We are seeking an applicant who is passionate and has a desire to work within the child care industry. Applicants for this position must be willing to complete a traineeship, and work Thursdays and Fridays only. This role may require you to take on some programming responsibilities and do observations to support the room leader. If you are highly motivated, use your initiative and have previous experience in working with 0-5 year olds then we would love to hear from you.
Applicants must hold a current Victorian Police check.
For any enquiries please call Maree on 1300 669 653 or visit www.starrecruitment.com.au.You can apply on line
Senior Policy Officer Families and Children Melbourne (Temporary- up to 12 months )
This position undertakes and maintains a policy development and analysis function in relation to families and children, and oversees the implementation of Council’s Early Years Plan as part of the Families and Youth services team. You will be responsible for analysing and resolving a wide variety of issues, including long term strategic planning, development of policy and dealing with complex resident and stakeholder concerns and needs.
The successful applicant will have a relevant tertiary qualification in social planning, human services or related fields together with a demonstrated ability and experience in policy development and monitoring;well developed analytical, conceptual, negotiation and problem solving skills, and extensive knowledge of issues and trends in policy development in a community services context within a local government environment will be highly regarded. $69 700 – $78 500 (pro rata) per annum. For a copy of the position description and to apply, visit www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/employment.
Applications close Friday 5 January 2007.
Senior Program Manager – FundraisingMelbourne
This national health non-government organisation directly funding patient support, research and prevention programs, with total income overall in excess of $40m pa, is seeking to engage a person to head up its Significant Relationships Fundraising unit in Victoria. Reporting to the Director, Corporate & Community Relations – Fundraising, you will be responsible to drive a re-organisation of the business unit and lead by example its ongoing effectiveness.
Key attributes required for this position are:a proven ability to lead a small team in the complex and developing philanthropic bequests, trusts, corporate and individual donor programs sector;strong strategic thinking, responsible for the planning and delivery of a wide range of marketing initiatives across the multi faceted Major Gifts / High Value sectors;a solid appreciation for the mindset of Baby Boomers, X and Y generations, and their attitudes to supporting financially; an ability to research programs into the major health issue of the day; demonstrated success in leading and developing staff and volunteers with systems promoting a performance driven culture of excellence. Tertiary and Post-graduate qualifications in appropriate disciplines. Proven success with ‘one on one’ relationships at a very senior level. A strong financial background would be valuable for this critical senior program management role. Please email your CV without delay to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Ken Patteson Principal on 0417 777 838 for further details.