Program Development Officer
• Are you experienced in education and program development?
• Would you like to research, develop and write programs in conjunction with a team of expert educators?
• Are you able to work on the development of programs to educate health care workers, carers, families and general community about dementia in all areas of education environments? • Are you creative, well organised, a self starter and enthusiastic?
• Do you want to be a part of a new leading edge education department and make it truly exemplary?
Alzheimer’s Australia Vic is the peak body representing the interests and providing a range of
services to people with dementia, their families and carers in Victoria and is in a period of significant growth. If you are creative self starter and have answered YES to the above questions ….we want you in our Education Services team. A position description is available at http://www.alzheimers.org.au Click on Victoria and go to Employment. Email applications should be forwarded by no later than COB Monday, 19/2/07 to: Shane Brown,
HR Manager, Alzheimer’s Australia Vic.
*Project Coordinator, Suicide Prevention South
Full-time for 2 years
SANE Australia, the national mental health charity, seeks a skilled, experienced and committed coordinator for an exciting and challenging new suicide prevention project, which focuses on family and friends of people with mental illness who have died by suicide or have gone missing.
This is a 2 year project funded under the Australian Government’s National Suicide Prevention Strategy.
The successful applicant will be a tertiary-qualified professional with 3 to 4 years experience in the community or health sector, who has clearly demonstrated research and/or project management skills. Excellent written and interpersonal skills, ability to be proactive, and a commitment to SANE Australia’s mission to work for a better life for people affected by mental illness, are also essential.
$45 – $50K with generous salary packaging option available. For a position description call 03 9682 5933 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Applications due by Monday 19 February 2007 at email@example.com
*SIDS and Kids Victoria Family Services & Community Education Unit (FSCEU)
Community Educator Part time: 4 day fortnight (30 hours) Malvern Office
SIDS and Kids Victoria, offers services to all Victorian families whose children aged six years and younger have died suddenly and unexpectedly. The children may have died of stillbirth, neonatal death, SIDS, drowning, poisoning, a fast onset illness, a motor vehicle accident, through a fire, homicide, or in some other way. The Family Services and Community Education Unit provides a range of programs and initiatives for people who have experienced the death of a child. This includes counselling, support, group work, written and video resources and peer support. FSCEU also provides information and education to the community about reducing the risk of SIDS, providing a safe sleeping environment for
infants, and increasing understanding about grief and trauma. We are looking for a person with a commitment to self help within a mutual-aid framework, and proven abilities in community education/development to assist in carrying out SIDS and Kids health promotion activities including evidence based talks to key external groups. An understanding and sensitivity to working with people within a bereavement framework is also essential.
The successful person would have strong communication skills and capacity to develop relationships with various health professionals, and the wider community to ensure take up of the key messages of the Safe Sleeping program In-house Safe Sleeping – Reducing
the Risks of SIDS training will be provided, with additional training opportunities made available to ensure ongoing professional development. The successful person would also have a key coordination role to help plan, develop deliver a Children’s Holiday Program 3 times a year during school holidays.
A position description is available from: mail:firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 03 9822
*Fundraising Officer Full-time with a work/life balance
“We’re looking for an experienced, passionate marketing professional” Generous salary packaging options and training & development. This is your opportunity to join a dynamic, vibrant marketing team with a vision to become ‘top of mind’ in aged care services. Based in Hawthorn East you will establish and implement a broad range of strategic initiatives to increase fundraising revenue and achieve Benetas’ objectives. Benetas is one of Victoria’s leading not-for-profit aged care service providers, caring for more than 2,000 older people each year across Melbourne and the Mornington Peninsula.
* Assist in the planning, development, implementation and evaluation of the organisational fundraising policies and programs, including regular giving and bequest programs * Co-ordinate community groups and implement a proven best practice model across the Benetas community * Manage an effective donor database system capable of supporting a range of fundraising and promotional activities. * Assist in identifying key donor segments from the database and
developing targeted campaigns.
It is essential that you have:
* Undergraduate marketing qualifications plus two years relevant industry experience OR a
minimum of four years experience in a marketing discipline
* Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, both written and verbal
* Strong administration skills in the areas of Microsoft Office (particularly advanced level in Microsoft Excel)
* Copywriting skills
* Strong analytical skills
* Proven experience in a range of fundraising areas or a direct marketing capacity. Strategic
thinking, sound organising ability, effective communication and highly developed interpersonal
skills are considered essential qualities critical to the success of this position.
It is desirable that you have:
* Membership of the Fundraising Institute-Australia
* Appropriate not-for-profit Industry experience.
For a position description or for further information call: Nancy Stephan, Recruitment Consultant on 03 8823 7972 or access www.benetas.com.au/careers. Written applications
addressing the key selection criteria to: Nancy Stephan, Recruitment Consultant, Benetas, PO Box 5093, Glenferrie South, VIC 3122.
*Team Leader Disability Services – Mornington Office
Oz Child is a not-for-profit organisation committed to providing high quality services and to developing new, innovative approaches that assist children and families in need of support. We are seeking a Team Leader to be part of our innovative Disability Services Program. Oz Child’s Disability Services provide support to children and young people with disabilities and their families in times of stress or when a regular break is needed. All services provide an opportunity for the child to develop to their full potential while supporting their family. Our aim is to increase recreational, social and care options for children and young people with disabilities and to provide respite and support for their families. The team leader leads a team that provides a high level of quality services to children, young people with disabilities, their families and their carer’s. The position will also play an important role in the development of new programs, Family Options, Recharge, Interim Placement, Interchange Host Program and Recreation Program Case Management.
Salary is negotiable according to experience and qualifications. Oz Child offers a flexible, family friendly environment and generous salary packaging.
Position Descriptions and enquiries – Contact Liz Wood 9553 4822 or email@example.com. Oz Child’s recruitment and selection procedures reflect our commitment to the safety and protection of children. Relevant screening and police checks will be conducted.
Applications close 23 rd February 2007
LEISURE PLANNING & POLICY CO-ORDINATOR (4 month assignment)-Western Suburbs
There is an opportunity for a Leisure Services professional to assist for a 4-month contract. Will be required to coordinate the development of sustainable and responsive planning and policy outcomes for the organization and the community in relation to arts, culture and heritage; sport; recreation; open space and aquatics. You will be required to Coordinate the Department’s strategic planning and policy development program, develop a strategic planning and policy development framework and guidelines, draft leisure policies and strategic planning documents, assist with the implementation of strategic plans and policies, coordinate planning and policy projects being undertaken by external contractors and cross-functional teams, prepare project briefs & develop and implement the Facility Asset Management Plan in relation to Leisure facilities. Tertiary qualifications in leisure planning and/or related management field required, with several years of subsequent relevant experience; or extensive experience in a leisure planning and/or related management environment in conjunction with less formal qualifications & a current driver’s licence. In addition you will demonstrate excellent communications skills. For more information call Murray on 9828 6526 or email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org You can apply online.
TEAM LEADER – SUPPORT SERVICES – Sunshine
$59.2 – 72K plus super. The successful candidate will provide specialised guidance, advice and support to the Business Support Manager, other Managers and staff both individually and in groups on a broad range of Human Resource policies, procedures and issues, often of a sensitive and confidential nature.The Team Leader will also provide advice and assistance relating to matters such as recruitment and selection, training and development, Performance Management Scheme, OHS, WorkCover, payroll, and monitoring staff compliance with HR policies and procedures. Please visit VicRoads website, www.vicroads.vic.gov.au and download the full role description.Suitable candidates are required to meet the following Key Selection Criteria: Demonstrated high-level team leadership and task management skills
Demonstrated high level interpersonal, communication, influencing and negotiating skillsSound knowledge and understanding of Human Resource Management principles, practices, systems and relevant legislation, industrial awards and conditions, Demonstrated ability to develop productive relationships with senior management and staff to supportachievement of goals and developing solutions to complex issues, Demonstrated high level analytical, conceptual and report writing skills, dealing with issues of a sensitive nature, Demonstrated experience in managing business processes and successfully identifying, developing and implementing business improvement initiatives. A tertiary qualification in human resources is highly desirable
Applicants are required to address the above Key Selection Criteria in their application and send in with their CV, a full role description for this position can be downloaded from VicRoads website, www.vicroads.vic.gov.auApplication closes 23rd of February. If you are interested in this position, please contact Sarah Widegren on 03 9621 3399 You can apply online.
CUSTOMER SERVICE OFFICER – Burwood East
Our client, VicRoads, is currently looking for a Customer Service Officer to join their Customer Relationships section in their Burwood East office.Full time position,$29,2 to 35,5K plus super.
The successful candidate will be expected to deliver a range of registration and licensing services to VicRoads’ customers in accordance with established policy and business rules in the licensing, general counter transaction, vehicle and vessel registration areas.Please visit VicRoads website, www.vicroads.vic.gov.au, for a full role description before proceeding with the application.To be successful with your application you need to meet the following Key Selection Criteria:urrent Victorian Drivers Licence is mandatory,Demonstrated ability to relate to customers and develop rapport at initial contact,Well developed interpersonal and oral communication skills, Demonstrated ability to deliver high quality work in a timely and reliable manner, Demonstrated ability to analyse, evaluate minor problems and/or interpret information and make a decision when necessary or escalate to the supervisor as required,Demonstrated ability in initiating and maintaining a good working relationship with peers, Demonstrated resilience when under pressure.Also applicants may be asked for their consent for VicRoads to check both Police and Victorian Driving records as part of the recruitment/selection process.Application closes Friday the 23rd of February.If you are interested in this position, please contact Sarah Widegren on 03 9621 3399 You can apply online.
FUNDRAISING ADMINISTRATION OFFICER (Not for Profit)
Diabetes Australia -Victoria, Salary 37,100K equivalent plus super.Diabetes Australia – Victoria is well regarded for providing tremendous support and information to the large number of Australians with diabetes and their families to minimize impact on lifestyle and contribute to the search for a cure. The fundraising business unit generates income to provide education, health promotion and research for Diabetes Australia whilst also raising awareness of the service provided.Reporting to the Fundraising and Planned Giving Manager, you will play a key role in the processing of donations and provide administrative support of fundraising events, direct mail, trust and foundation submissions, the In Memoriam program and independent fundraising.Key activities of this role will include:Data processing and receipting of donations;
Database management and statistical analysis and reporting;Providing administrative support across the fundraising department;Assist members and donors with queries; and:
Working as a part of the fundraising team, to contribute to the strategy, planning and development of fundraising campaigns.Knowledge of fundraising and direct marketing principles would be advantageous; you will be willing and genuinely prepared to learn about fundraising. You will have experience in a similar role requiring you to work on simultaneous administrative projects with multiple supervisors. Experience in the not for profit sector would be an advantage. With sound computer skills, particularly database management and Word, you will work autonomously with a hands on approach and excellent attention to detail.Diabetes affects a wide cross section of the community; this is a great opportunity to be a significant part in the search for a cure.You can apply online.
SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER – Significant Relationships/Fundraising(CBD)
Strategic Focus – Major Fundraising Advocacy.Attractive Salary circa $100K Package
This highly visible and respected national health non-government organisation directly funding patient support, research and prevention programs, with total income overall in excess of $40m p.a. is seeking to engage a dynamic professional to head up its Significant Relationships Donations 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 include: Proven professional ability to lead a small team in the complex and developing philanthropic trusts, corporate and individual donor programs, Strong strategic thinker, responsible for the planning and delivery of a wide range of marketing initiatives across the multi faceted major gifts sectors, A solid appreciation for the mindset of Baby Boomers, X and Y generations, and their attitudes in supporting financially, research programs into the major health issue of today
Demonstrated success in leading and developing staff and volunteers with systems promoting a performance driven culture of excellence. Develop stakeholder relationships, both internally & externally, to create new fundraising opportunities. Strong customer service focus.Tertiary and Post-graduate qualifications in appropriate disciplines.Proven experience with ‘one on one’ relationships at a very senior level.A strong financial background would be valuable for this critical senior program management role.Possess a passion for improving stakeholders working relationships in this highly rewarding field. Please email your resume for prompt assistance to email@example.com or for further details please contact Ken Patteson, Principal 1300 669 139 or direct (02) 9380 2358 for a confidential discussion. You can apply online.
TEAM LEADER- Community Residential Unit
Villa Maria is a leading organisation in Disability Services and Aged Care, which prides itself in making a difference to the lives of the people we support.We are seeking a passionate person committed to providing people centred services and leadership to a team in our community residential unit in Highett. If you are interested in supporting people to fulfil their dreams and engage in communities and activities, then this is the role for you! This is an exciting opportunity for someone to take on a leadership role within Villa Maria. The successful applicant will have access to peer support and opportunity to develop and enhance service delivery. The position is full-time and includes shift work on a rostered basis. Salary packaging is available. For a complete position description, please visit our website, www.villamaria.com.au To apply, please email your application letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or post to Careers, Villa Maria, Locked Bag 20, Kew 3101 All enquiries, please contact Sabrina Fernando on 9851 7312. You can apply online.
SENIOR PROJECT OFFICER – City Safety and Drugs Action Plan
$69 700 – $78 500 (pro rata) + super.Temporary to February 2008
Working with the City of Melbourne, making Melbourne great is what we do best. As an organisation, we strive to make a difference. It’s an exciting organisation and we welcome new members to our team.Become a part of the City Issues team responsible for the development of policy and planning and the implementation of specific projects in relation to social issues, particularly community safety, crime and injury prevention, syringe management and drug and alcohol harm minimisation. You will cooperate with and provide input to the overall implementation of Council’s Strategy for a Safer City, undertake policy development and strategic planning in relation to alcohol, tobacco, drug and syringe related issues, undertake and participate in work to promote harm minimisation messages, to include safe syringe disposal training, and coordinate and implement the Drug and Alcohol Action Plan.It is required that you are tertiary qualified in associated areas of environmental, social, community management or health education and promotion together with demonstrated knowledge and experience in the drug or health services/planning field and contract management. A thorough understanding of project management principles and practice with the ability to resource, develop and deliver projects/programs based on identified needs, the ability to affectively implement an annual plan, manage large numbers of complex tasks, and prioritise workloads will be vital to this role. Demonstrated experience in and knowledge of drug and alcohol harm minimisation, development, review and implementation of effective action plans and strategies, will be essential. At the City of Melbourne, we offer a great range of benefits including flexible working conditions, salary packaging, excellent leave entitlements, study assistance and an employee recreation association that is second to none. As an employee you can tap into a diverse range of learning opportunities that could even include higher education pathways. Your health and wellbeing is important to us. That’s why we’ve designed a unique Health and Wellbeing Strategy which seeks to optimise the health and wellbeing of our employees.For a copy of the position description and to apply, visit our website www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/employment. Applications close Friday 23 February 2007. You can apply online.
ADVOCACY COORDINATOR-Indigenous rights (OXFAM)
Want to use your people skills and policy development expertise to implement our strategies aimed at advancing the rights of indigenous Australians? You will have: knowledge of the issues facing indigenous Australians, knowledge of advocacy strategies and techniques including community campaigning, knowledge of current research and policy development techniques
Please visit www.oxfam.org.au/jobs for a position description and application form or contact Claire Busse via email@example.com or 0392899441. Salary $53,960 plus benefits and access to salary packaging. Applications close 1 March. EEO Employer – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are encouraged to apply. You can apply online.
POLICY OFFICER-Domestic Violence Victoria Inc. (DV Vic)
This is a peak organisation committed to the rights of women and children to live free of violence. It comprises a membership of family/domestic violence services operating across the state of Victoria.DV Vic’s mission is to promote, support and advocate for the rights of women and children to live free from violence; and for best service system outcomes for women and children experiencing family violence. With the safety of women and children as central, DV Vic works to change and enhance systems that respond to family violence in the interests of women and their children.The successful applicant will: play a key role in policy development, communication, research and information activities of DV Vic and; play a key role in resourcing services regarding government initiatives and policy.DV Vic seeks female applicants. EO exemption no: A244/2005 Applications due close of business 2 March 2007.For position desciption please contact Chui on: 99210828 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information contact Fiona McCormack: 99210828 You can apply online.
PROGRAM MANAGER- MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS-(38 hours per week)
IMPACT Leisure Association Inc provides a variety of psychosocial rehabilitation, day support, respite, recreation and leisure programs for adults with disabilities. It operates from two premises Oakleigh and Frankston. Visit www.impact.vic.edu.au The Program Manager will coordinate staff to provide professional, flexible, responsive group and individualised support to ensure the specific goals of individual participants are realised. Experience in working with people with disability is essential. For position description, contact Suzanne G. Fernandes at (03) 9568-6144 or by e-mail: suzanne.fernandes@ impact.vic.edu.au Applications are due by COB 5 pm, Friday 2nd March 2007. Impact is an Equal Opportunity Employer. You can apply online.
HOUSING SERVICES MANAGER
Based in Geelong, our client is a dynamic, non-government, non-denominational organisation providing a broad range of community services for people for over 100 years. Along with a range of community services, they provide SAAP case-managed support and access to supported accommodation for families, couples and single women. They also run a Social Housing Advocacy and Support Program (SHASP) in the Barwon sub region. Managing a multidisciplinary team focussed on social housing delivery, the position requires a strong commitment to the principles of equity of access, cultural diversity, client service and accountability.If you have demonstrated experience of social housing management, proven experience in staff management and supervision, ability to apply and develop best practice guidelines to service delivery, excellent written and verbal communication skills and highly developed interpersonal skills, apply today. A high level understanding of current issues and future directions of the housing/homelessness area is needed, as well as a well-developed organisational and analytical abilities and a current driving license.Please contact Dan Sawyer for more information. Please visit www.mhr.com.au to view the Position Description, and to apply addressing the Key Selection Criteria.You can apply online.
YOUTH/CHILD RESIDENTIAL SUPPORT WORKERS
As one of Victoria’s leading casual service providers, MSSA Care Personnel is recruiting applicants with formal qualifications and / or experience, working with adolescents in residential facilities. We have been inundated with work and have full time hours available.It is unnecessary to be registered with any other agency.There are a variety of shifts in all regions of metro Melbourne. Responsibilities include supervision of young people, access visits, managing challenging behaviours and general house keeping. Shifts include sleep overs, evening work and night duty. Hourly and weekend rates paid
For further details please contact Tracey Renaud on 9946 6113 or email resumes to email@example.com You can apply online.
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CO-ORDINATOR-
Each Common Equity Rental Housing Co-operative (CERC), performs the role of Landlord in its relationship to its member/tenants.Operation of the Co-op, through elected (though unpaid/volunteers) Directors and other Officebearers covers management of finance (rent, rebates, bona-fide expenses) administration (meetings, minutes, registers, correspondence) property and maintenance (regular inspections, arranging tradespersons to perform repairs etc).Other less frequent but equally important areas are equitable and transparent member/tenant selection procedures, resolving internal conflict and personal skill and esteem development for all members.The provision of professional guidance is the primary role of the position. The Program has opportunities to develop new models of housing provisions to complement the current Co-operative model. Involvement and input into topic specific project teams is another important component of this position.
The incumbent may be called into working as a team member of the organisation, to undertake other general and administrative tasks as requested from time to time to meet peak workloads, special events, or cover staff absences. Because of the nature of the duties of this position, in one on one contact with clients, a Police Record check will be required prior to formalising any appointment. This is a permanent position. Contract conditions apply, with an employment salary package to the value of $50,000+. A fully maintained motor vehicle is provided plus a mobile phone and laptop with usage per Company policy. Limited salary packaging is available. The successful applicant will be required to undertake regular intrastate travel as part of the position duties, and the nature of the position will require flexibility in working hours.
Applications Applications will be received up until 5 pm Friday 9th March 2007, either addressed
Common Equity Housing Ltd.
Suite 17, 79-83 High Street
KEW Vic 3101
OR by email –
Clarification on any aspects of this position can be undertaken in confidence with Jo on 9851 8100. For more information go to firstname.lastname@example.org You can apply online.
FUNDRAISING AND SPONSORSHIP MANAGER-Melbourne
A childrens charity. Reporting to the energetic CEO and Founder the position is responsible for securing fundraising income, developing, implementing and managing Fundraising and Sponsorship strategies at a national level.The position requires strategic and operational capabilities in the following areas: Fundraising and Sponsorships, Major Gifts and Memberships.
Must have strong business acumen, personal drive, a high degree of professionalism and the ability to initiate and build strong networks within corporate environments and a track record of achieving financial targets. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal and the confidence to undertake public speaking are essential, as is your willingness to work outside of standard business hours, travel interstate when necessary and have a current Victorian drivers license. You will be required to use your vehicle on many occasions with out-of-pocket expenses reimbursed. Tertiary qualifications or extensive equivalent experience is required and an understanding and knowledge of the non-for-profit sector is desirable. To request a detailed position description please contact Anna Colella on 03 8648 6528 or email email@example.com You can apply online
CUSTOMER RELATIONS- 2 positions
Greenfleet is a rapidly growing not-for-profit environmental organisation that specialises in reducing the impacts of transport on climate change (www.greenfleet.com.au). We are seeking to appoint two Customer Relationship experts to introduce our program to private, public and NGO organisations and to strengthen a well established client base.
SENIOR CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGER- This fulltime position focuses on a small number of important large supporters. The position is Melbourne based and involves interstate travel, presentations to prospective & existing clients, negotiation of ongoing support and program development as well as responding to inquiries from commercial fleets. This role will form part of Greenfleet’s Executive and will report to the CEO.
CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP OFFICER- This fulltime position will service a larger number of smaller corporate organisations. The position is either Melbourne or South Gippsland based and involves interstate travel, presentations to prospective clients, and providing reports to management. This role will report to the Senior Customer Relationship Manager.Position details will be provided on request. Please send request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications close 26 February 2006. Website: www.greenfleet.com.au. You can aply online.
FUNDRAISING AND DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR- CBD
38k+ super and an attractive salary package option.Our client is a well established charity organisation located in the heart of CBD. This position would be perfect for someone with previous experience within the Not for Profit sector.
Required to: Provide support for the project officer, process donations, maintain and update the database, assist at functions, provide monthly fundraising ledger, be responsible for working with designers, prepare and process accounts. Required to possess: Previous database experience – MIS Donor, advanced computer skills – Microsoft Exce, bookkeeping experience, sound organisational skills, problem solving abilities, ability to work independently and as a part of the team, empathy and compassion for the work the charity does, strong communication skills. You can apply online.
NATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER, NOT-FOR-PROFIT ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANISATION
The Wilderness Society (TWS Inc) is a national, community-based environmental advocacy organisation whose purpose is protecting, promoting and restoring wilderness and natural processes across Australia.This role oversees public relations and message development in consultation with key stakeholders nationally. You will be responsible for communications’ staff and program management, attitudinal research, contractor management, branding and development.A dynamic communicator, you will have a working knowledge of cutting edge communication channels, across all media. You have strong leadership skills, confident in your ability to manage an exceptional committed and enthusiastic team. You are passionate about the work of TWS and eager to take on the challenges presented by a new senior role in a national organization. If the future of the environment is a priority for you, and you’d like the chance to be an advocate for positive action, this could be the job for you. Contact Heather Knights on 02 8243 0570 or send your resume to email@example.com. You can apply online.
CREATE Foundation is an Australian not-for-profit organisation that seeks to empower children and young people placed in out-of-home care through a combination of direct service provision and systemic advocacy.CREATE Foundation is currently seeking Centre Coordinators, to work from CREATE’s Sydney or Melbourne branches.The main aim of the role is to represent the voices of children and young people in care in the relevant state by coordinating the operations and activities of your Centre. You will also be primarily responsible for building capacity and sector relationships, interpreting and influencing public policy and the delivery of programs.
A salary commensurate with qualifications and experience will be negotiated with the successful candidate, but will be upwards of $45,000 – $55,000 (dependent on State, and negotiable based on qualifications and experience). We will integrate full salary packaging entitlements into this package which will increase the net value by at least $6,000. You can apply online
PROJECT OFFICER-EDUCATIONAL SERVICES- St Kilda Road
12 Months Fixed Term, Full-time (1.0 FTE) Position.
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) is a member-based organisation committed to the development and maintenance of standards for general practice and the training and education of general practitioners. Reporting to the National Manager, Educational Services this position is responsible for aspects of RACGP core business and educational projects through the provision of support for the activities of the Educational Services Department. This includes facilitating approved project activities and providing a link between the project stakeholders and the Department. This position supports a key area of work for the RACGP education area; the RACGP’s role in the pre-vocational program in conjunction with fund holders and other known stakeholders.
As the successful candidate you will have:
· Previous experience in project management including preparation of submissions for funding, development and implementation of projects;
· Excellent analytical and organisational skills;
· Excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to communicate and negotiate effectively with a variety of stakeholders;
· Sound strategic planning experience;
· Proven networking skills and demonstrated capacity to work independently and in partnership with members of multidisciplinary teams;
· Strong skills in information technology; and
· A tertiary qualification with expertise/experience in education, or health related field with minimum of 2-3 years relevant work experience.
Applications and referee contact details are to be forwarded to Tina Vlass, RACGP Human Resources, 1 Palmerston Cr, South Melbourne VIC 3205 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org by 12 February 2007. A position description can be obtained from the College website http://www.racgp.org.au/jobs.You can apply online
AGED & DISABILITY COORDINATORS-Sandringham
Applications are invited for two suitably qualified professionals (1 x FT, 1 x PT) to join the Health and Aged Services Department of Council.Reporting to the Manager Health and Aged Services, you will have lead roles in the day-to-day operations of Council’s Aged and Disability Services.
HRM/175 – Aged and Disability Services Coordinator – Full-time – Circa $65,180k pa for the full-time role, inclusive of a motor vehicle, plus superannuation.
HRM/176 – Aged and Disability Systems Coordinator – Part-time – Circa $62,700k pa for the part-time role (pro-rata), plus superannuation.
The successful applicants must have:
Tertiary qualifications in Health, Social Sciences or Management.
Extensive experience working with and knowledge of the principles and practices necessary for the delivery of efficient and effective services to older people and people with disabilities.
The ability to identify emerging trends and to lead, develop and motivate staff within a continuous improvement framework.Excellent organisational skills.
Written applications close Friday 16 February 2007 at 5pm. Applicants MUST quote the relevant position numbers listed above. To find out more about Bayside and/or to apply for these positions, please visit our website www.bayside.vic.gov.au.You can apply online.