# Varied and dynamic management role in the Community Services/Welfare Sector
# Salary range from 44 – 47K + super and access to salary packaging after probationary period
# Supporting Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities
Sydney Multicultural Community Services provides a range of assistance and care services to multicultural communities residing in the Eastern Sydney region.
We are looking to recruit a full time Centre Administrator to join our team. The role of the Centre Administrator is to provide executive level support to the Director and be responsible for the day to day management and operation of the Centre and its programs, initiatives and activities.
Key duties include implementing the strategic direction of Centre, its programs and activities, in order to achieve all program targets and outcomes; ensuring funding and quality reporting accountability across all programs; implementing quality improvement systems and policy and procedure reviews; providing comprehensive support for all Team Leaders and staff (over 50 staff); manage the Centre human resources including recruitment and induction and training, ensuring staff meet their key performance indicators; design and implement all Centre marketing and promotional tools; provide the Director with comprehensive administration and management support.
The successful applicant will require (Essential Selection Criteria):
* Tertiary qualification in social sciences, community services, social work or the equivalent industry work experience
* Management experience, preferably in the community sector
* Ability to identify and respond to issues relating to culturally and linguistically diverse communities
* Demonstrated experience in effective service delivery, corporate governance and consultation
* Experience in submission writing and funding accountability reporting
* Ability to design and implement promotional campaigns and manage events
* Superior written and oral communication skills
* Excellent interpersonal and team building skills
* Proficiency in email, Internet and Microsoft Office and the ability to provide comprehensive IT support to the Centre.
* Bilingual or from a culturally and linguistically diverse background
* Experience with project/program design, set up and implementation
* Drivers License and access to a car
To apply please submit a statement which addresses the selection criteria and your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by 2 March 2007.
If you have any questions or would like a copy of the job description please call Rosa on 9663 3922.
# Innovative not-for-profit organisation
# Supportive team environment
# Make a difference
Mission Australia is a non-denominational Christian community and employment services organisation built on care, compassion, empowerment and professionalism. With over 300 community and employment initiatives across Australia, we strive to help individuals and families to attain a positive and independent future.
We are currently seeking an enthusiastic and resourceful full-time Operations Manager to be responsible for providing leadership and management to a diverse range of community services including crisis and transitional accommodation, brokerage, outreach and case management, vocational and educational programs, day programs and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander programs.
The successful applicant will have superior interpersonal skills and experience in service planning, supervision, budgeting, identifying new business opportunities and ensuring quality service delivery to clients. They will have relevant Community Services tertiary qualifications, significant experience in managing staff, developing tender submissions and working with funding bodies. Experience working with clients with mental health issues, substance abuse and homelessness is highly desirable. The successful applicant will play a significant role in the NSW Community Services Management team and implementation of NSW Business Priorities and Strategies.
A readiness to work within the Mission Australia Values Statement is desirable.
The preferred applicant will be subject to a Criminal Records Check & a Working with Children Check.
Please contact Elizabeth McCabe for an information pack including the Selection Criteria at email@example.com or (02) 9641 5032. For enquiries please contact Kerry Edgecombe on (02) 9641 5029. Written applications (addressing all Selection Criteria) including a CV should then be sent to: Leonie Green, PO Box A2254, Sydney South, NSW 1235.
Applications close 23rd March 2007.
Mission Australia is a non-denominational Christian community service organisation and an EEO employer.
Elizabeth McCabe on firstname.lastname@example.org or (02) 9641 5032.
For enquiries please contact Kerry Edgecombe on (02) 9641 5029.
* Make a difference to the community!
* Generous salary package!
* Reputable Australian organisation!
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.
The organisation was established in 1993, and in the past 14 years has evolved from a small volunteer driven organisation to a national, professionally staffed one. This growth has enabled CREATE to reach more children and young people in care through program and product delivery, whilst simultaneously ensuring that their voice is heard by governments and out-of-home care sector stakeholders.
CREATE Foundation is currently seeking Centre Coordinators, to be the face of CREATE, working 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.
The successful candidates will be joining an organisation that is embarking on a major phase of growth and consolidation. As a result of this expansion, you will be provided with genuine opportunities for career advancement and progression within this national organisation.
This is an extremely rewarding and satisfying role, and you’ll love working within CREATE’s supportive organisational culture and friendly team environment.
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.
# Iconic Not for Profit Organisation
# $35 -40 p/h
# CBD Location/ASAP Start
Our client is seeking a Fundraising Manager within their Marketing & Communications Department.
Key Responsibilities will include:
# Develop, implement and evaluate the Fundraising Plan including identifying new opportunities, this will include working closely with the marketing manager on fundraising strategy.
# Manage state wide fundraising activities.
# Assist with the development and management of the fundraising budget.
# Assist in measuring the effectiveness of fundraising strategies to ensure targets are achieved.
# Coordinate fundraising activities in accordance with legal requirements.
To be successful in this role you will have demonstrated experience in fundraising in a charity or not for profit organisation, the ability to conduct core fundraising activities with a proved track record in achieving fundraising targets and previous experience working with volunteers.
This is an exciting contract with the opportunity of a permanent role for the right candidate.
Like to know more?
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Fraser Clapcott in our Sydney office on + 61 2 8233 2139 quoting Ref No. 2C/06773
* Global brand; huge potential
* Strategic sales across all media
* Fundraising or direct marketing experience
As part of the world’s largest humanitarian network, Australian Red Cross is supported by over 60,000 members and volunteers. Its vision is to improve the lives of vulnerable people in Australia and internationally by mobilizing the power of humanity.
This role manages a national program in Regular Giving, encouraging people to support Red Cross through monthly donations. The program is one of the Society’s largest sources of revenue with an active donor base, and is a major source for new donor acquisition.
You have experience in the strategic and innovative use of media, including direct mail, telemarketing, direct response TV, online and e-marketing. You will oversee an extensive face to face donor recruitment program, donor development and communication, and be confident in your ability to lead teams and expand this activity nationally.
This is an opportunity not to be missed if you want to join one of the world’s greatest aid organizations. Call Heather Knights on 02 8243 0570 or send your resume to email@example.com
Required for community organisation. Experience in working with funded project officers and activities of volunteer members of Executive Council. Essential: Experienced in management of office activities, ability to reach deadlines, financial management and timely response to funding bodies. This position may be full-time or part-time for right person, depending on strengths.
Apply in writing to:
Chair, Ethnic Communities Council of NSW, 221 Cope St, Waterloo 2017.
For further information phone Mrs Edna McGill 9319 0288.
Policy Officer – 2 roles
# Immediate start
# 3 month contracts
# CBD location
This large state government department is seeking 2 Policy Officers to join their services improvement team. Your role will be to provide professional analysis and research support for the development of new innovative policies for government that reflects the contemporary needs of the department’s clients. These policies and advice must enhance effective service delivery and present options to the department’s clients and offer a balanced approach with other community service issues. You will also provide support to policy direction in the delivery of quality and performance management systems that contribute to improving the service sector and program evaluation/review within a human service environment.
The successful candidates will have:
# Analytical and data analysis skills; with demonstrated problem solving capacity in the interpretation of policies and complex issues
# An ability to develop and practically apply initiatives and effective human services policy, which meets contemporary needs of stakeholders, departmental clients and government.
# Well-developed communication skills and ability to communicate effectively with a range of stakeholders within and outside the Department
# Capacity to be flexible, adaptable and contribute in a change environment
# Competence in use of keyboard and standard PC software programs.
# Tertiary qualifications or equivalent experience in Public Policy, Management, Social Sciences, Health or related field
Like to know more?
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Nicole Handsaker in our Sydney office on +61 2 8233 2221, quoting Ref No. 2C/06808
Your interest will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
* International Not for Profit
* Based in Bali, Indonesia
* Salary range US$47-55k Tax exempt income & full benefits
SurfAid International requires a key management resource who will be responsible for the overall management of SurfAid International’s program and project plans.
SurfAid International is a non-profit organization dedicated to the alleviation of human suffering through community-based health programs. We perform our work in isolated regions connected to us through surfing.
The key responsibilities of this position include strategic planning and management for SurfAid’s ongoing and future programs, reporting, administration, staffing, and mentoring our program and field personnel.
The successful candidate will possess the following attributes:
* Performance Oriented, key driver of results
* h4 Project Management Skills (knowledge of Microsoft Project essential)
* Project Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation experience
* Proven ability to plan, resolve and achieve targets in the field
* h4 financial skills/budget understanding
* h4 team management skills enabling groups to achieve what is agreed
* h4 communications skills at all levels
* Previous experience dealing with major customers/government departments
* Ability to understand and administer contracts
* Hands on approach and work well with people and systems
* Ability to report activities in an honest and effective manner
* Experience in mentoring and developing staff
* A passion to make a difference
The following attributes would be looked upon favourably but are not essential:
* Bahasa Indonesian language skills
* Experience in developing countries and iNGO communities
* Experience/Qualifications in Public Health
For all enquiries and to submit applications email firstname.lastname@example.org
* 1 in 6 children suffer from asthma
* Over 300 people die from asthma each year in Australia
Make a contribution to the health and wellbeing of people with asthma
Asthma Foundation NSW is a charitable organisation committed to eliminating asthma as a major cause of illness and disruption in the community. This is achieved through the provision of information and support to the 800,000 people in NSW whose lives are impacted by asthma, advocating on their behalf and raising funds for asthma research.
This challenge is for an experienced fundraiser to drive the growth of our donor relationships through direct mail appeals, major gifts and bequests. You will be responsible for campaign planning and implementation, donor acquisition and conversion, and relationship management.
You will ideally have formal marketing or communications qualifications and significant experience in a similar fundraising function. You are energetic, creative and motivated to achieve outcomes using your high level interpersonal, analytical and communication skills. You are a team player and have a h4 alignment with our values.
A market competitive not-for-profit remuneration package will be offered.
For further information please contact
Michele Goldman on 02 9018 0526 or forward your resume to email@example.com.
Aunties & Uncles Co-operative Family Project Ltd
Are you seeking an inspiring position where your professionalism and well-honed management skills can be dedicated to benefiting children and families? Where results are direct and visible, and benefits immediate and long-lasting? Would you enjoy leading a committed staff team and working with a dedicated management committee?
The ‘Aunties & Uncles Cooperative Family Project’ is active across the Greater Sydney Region, ‘linking’ children in challenging family circumstances with other adults in the community who provide them with care, friendship and mentoring on a regular basis. Currently some 340 children are linked in our Program.
We seek an Executive Director with the values, energy and enthusiasm to lead our organization into a further period of strengthening and growth, building on the solid work accomplished over the last 30+ years.
The Role: The CEO’s primary roles are to promote A&U’s mission and goals, build support for A&U with stakeholders including sponsors and donors, manage and develop strategic planning, finances and operations, and oversee staff. The CEO is also responsible for ensuring legal compliance and sound work practice.
The Person: The person we are seeking is an effective leader and motivator and has a history of quality relationships at all levels. He/she will have demonstrated capacity to undertake the roles, exhibits high professional standards, is an excellent administrator and communicator, and has a thorough understanding of working with children, families and volunteers.
Attractive salary package including fringe benefits. If you think you are the person we are looking for we would be delighted to receive your expression of interest. Applications should be sent by email or by mail to reach the address below by Friday 16 March 2007. More detailed information can be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
From Pathways Australia.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Australia has granted over 4,000 unique wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses since 1985. We are currently seeking a resourceful and commercially astute State Manager to manage our fundraising activities in NSW/ACT.
Reporting to the GM Marketing, you will be responsible for initiating and managing fundraising activities with businesses and sponsors, creating marketing initiatives and organising events that increase revenue and awareness.
Ideally you will have gained your experience in a similar role with a not-for-profit organisation and understand the principles of fundraising, event management and controlling budgets. Qualified in Marketing, Business or a related discipline, you are a highly motivated and confident individual who enjoys working in a small dynamic team, managing numerous projects simultaneously. The key to your success will be your ability to establish h4 business relationships with community leaders, corporate and business managers. This is a great opportunity to join a passionate team where you can use your skills to make a difference. Please forward your application to Sharon Greenhill, Human Resources at email@example.com or P.O. Box 5006, Burnley 3121. Applications close on Monday 12th March, 2007.
From Pathways Australia.