COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST – North Ryde
This is a communications specialist role ( nine month contract) for an established environmental agency. Working with a well known government client, you will utilize your relevant communications experience on the Priority Sewerage Program. This program aims to reduce public health risk through the construction of sewerage systems in targeted communities.You will be responsible for developing the communications and consultation strategy/program for different initiatives and well as preparing communication collateral. You will be required to consult with key stakeholders and community groups providing advise on sensitive environmental issues. You will utilize your strong stakeholder management background to develop and maintain community relationships including councils and government departments.If you have 5-8 years experience in a communications and consultation role, an affinity for working within a team and strong negotiation and facilitation skills then this is the role for you. An understanding and /or experience in infrastructure planning and delivery is desirable. You can apply online
OPERATIONS MANAGER – Disability Sector
6 months contract (with possibility of continuing on permanently) Grade 6 Sac Award plus salary packaging. Opportunity to work within a disability accommodation support services based in the northern suburbs of Sydney. This organisation has an excellent reputation in the disability sector and ensures they provide their vision and values to there clients whilst upholding ethical values that has contributed to the success of the organisation.As the operation manager, you will be responsible for the day to day management and operation of the services and ensuring that the goals of the organisation are achieved.Required are: Strong communication skills, negotiation skills, strong leadership, computer literacy, demonstrated commitment to participation in supervision and professional development.Relevant qualification in front line management within disability/ or business.Duties: Work with all stakeholders to maintain and develop the vision of the organisation, ensure clients have the best possible educational and lifestyle opportunities within available resources, create an environment for all staff member be motivated and receive the support they require to meet the ideals of the organisation, to provide direct line management and operational support to senior staff, Maintain open lines of communication and a positive relationship between the service and the funding body.Please email through your CV for review at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Susanne Kaye on +61 2 9286 2806 If you are a suitable candidate I will email you through a job description outlining the role in more detail.To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Susanne Kaye on 02 9286 2806, quoting Ref No. 16-2006/skthc. apply online.
COMMUNITY LIAISON OFFICER – CONTRACT ROLE-Hawkesbury
This is a community consultation and communications role for an established environmental agency. Working on site with an environmentally focused client, you will utilise your relevant community based communication experience on a specific environmental Program.You will sit within a team that provides a high quality of customer support, maintaining external communications and managing promotional activities for the program. You will utilise your strong stakeholder management background to develop and maintain community relationships including councils and government departments. You will need to have experience with direct community liaison initiatives, excellent communication skills (written and verbal) and be able to work in an environment that is hands on. Experience working on major infrastructure projects is preferable.If you are a motivated person who enjoys working on community based issues and can demonstrate solid communication skills then please, forward your resume. You can apply online
ABORIGINAL CHILD, YOUTH & FAMILY STRATEGY – Community Facilitator
Hornsby Shire Council is seeking to appoint a highly motivated, qualified and skilled indigenous professional who will identify and develop strategies to improve support and access to services for Aboriginal families in the Northern Sydney Region. The successful applicant will be responsible for providing Aboriginal families, children and youth with opportunities to explore their cultural identity through cultural events, link Aboriginal families with other families in the Northern Sydney Region, improve access for Aboriginal families to mainstream services and develop strategies to inform Aboriginal families of available services and relevant events through community facilitation and consultation. In accordance with Section 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW), the applicant will be of Aboriginal descent and be required to demonstrate skills, knowledge and experience in community development, community capacity building, social planning, working collaboratively between government and non government agencies and the private sector, have high level project management skills and a good understanding and knowledge of the Aboriginal community and issues affecting them. Tertiary qualifications or demonstrated equivalent relevant to Community Services are essential. To apply for this position you must obtain an information kit and address all essential and desirable selection criteria. To obtain the information kit click here You can apply online.
HOUSING OFFICER- property management
1 Full time position,12 Month Contract.1 part time, 4 days per week 12 Month contract. Wentworth Area Community Housing (WACH) is a not for profit housing association providing affordable, community-based rental housing for people on low incomes in the outer Western Suburbs of Sydney.WACH is seeking to engage Housing Officer’s to provide a full range of tenancy and property management services to our clients to achieve sustainable tenancies within a defined catchment area.The successful applicant will have: Tenancy management skills and/ or experience, good communication skills including cultural sensitivity, interviewing, negotiating, and resolving conflict, ability to assess client circumstances, knowledge of community housing sector, drivers licence and vehicle.This position is banded across SACS Award Grade 3 and 4 depending on experience. Salary packaging is also available.If you are interested in receiving more information about this position, please contact Katy on 02 8966 9911 or email your CV to
email@example.com You can apply online.
ACTING SERVICE MANAGER- Temporary Position (until Feb ’08)
Creative Youth Initiatives provides young people (16 to 25 years) who are facing many and varied challenges with the opportunity to develop skills while exploring and experiencing the pleasures and pitfalls of making art, music and photography in a safe and supported environment.The Service Manager will provide leadership, supervise staff, ensure professional service delivery, develop and implement CQI initiatives, manage budgets and fulfil the administrative and organisational requirements of the service. The Manager will actively identify and pursue opportunities for service growth and development whilst maintaining relationships with corporate, government and non-government funding bodies. The successful candidate will possess relevant tertiary qualifications and at least two years experience in Social Welfare, Youth Work and/or Mental Health. They will have demonstrated skills and experience in case management and the ability to work respectfully and in partnership with young people with high support needs. Excellent verbal and written communication, strong time management and a willingness to act as a media spokesperson for the service is essential. The successful applicant will be subject to a “Working With Children check.” Applications Close Thursday 5th April 2007 For an information pack including the selection criteria, contact Skye McDonald on (02) 9641 5038 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications must address the selection criteria and with a current CV should be forwarded to Skye McDonald, Mission Australia PO Box A2254, Sydney South NSW 1235. You can apply online.
COMPLAINTS RESOLUTION OFFICER – Temporary 4 month contract
45,900-51,000K – additional packaging arrangements available to a maximum of 58K
The Complaints Resolution & Referral Service (CRRS) is an innovative, independent and accessible complaints resolution service for people with disability accessing commonwealth funded disability employment and advocacy services under the Disability Services Act 1986 (C’th). It is a key element of the ‘Quality Strategy’ introduced by the Commonwealth Department of Families, Community Services & Indigenous Affairs in July 2002. The CRRS is a national service based in Redfern, Sydney and auspiced by People with Disability Australia Incorporated (PWD). PWD is a leading cross-disability human rights organisation, which represents the interests of people with disability. Position Description: To assist people with disability in the resolution of their complaint against employment, vocational rehabilitation or advocacy services funded by the Department of Families, Community Services & Indigenous Affairs (FaCSIA) and Department of Employment and Workplace Relations (DEWR). Selection criteria – Essential: Understanding and commitment to the rights and interests of people with disability; knowledge of the Australian disability employment and advocacy service sector and the Quality Strategy; excellent verbal and written communication skills and highly developed negotiation, problem solving and analytical skills.For further information or please call Ms PJ Humphreys on (02) 9370 3174 or email: email@example.com. To obtain an information package please contact Sue Strasser on 02 9370 3174. Applications must address the selection criteria and be no longer than two pages in length. Applications close 5pm on 10 April 2007. You can apply online.
NATIONAL MANAGER – HeartKids Australia
An opportunity to establish and grow the organisational structure of HeartKids Australia! A nonprofit organisation dedicated to providing Support, Awareness, Research and Advocacy in the areas of Childhood Heart Disease.This position is accountable and directly responsible to the Board of Management and the successful applicant will be the first employee of the National body, HeartKids Australia. Hence, this opportunity will appeal to an individual who enjoys building from the ground up.With Senior Management experience from a nonprofit background, you will have the skills and experience to establish the structure of the organisation and develop the policies and procedures necessary to facilitate growth. Your well honed interpersonal skills will be a strong asset as you engage with the HeartKids state groups providing support and input for expanding all fundraising and promotional activities. Overall, you are an individual who will enjoy the challenge that comes with holding responsibility for the general management, financial viability, stakeholder and media relations, corporate governance and business development for HeartKids Australia.Skills and experience required include: senior management experience in the nonprofit sector, strategic Planning experience, strong business development skills, creative and effective marketing skills, proven ability with development of policies and procedures, including risk management
Budget management with ability to allocate resources effectively, ability to build and lead a dedicated and motivated team by example.If you are a dynamic and principled leader who has the ability to provide strategic direction working in partnership with the board, we would love to hear from you! For a confidential chat please call Cheryll on 0404 094 799 or send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org You can apply online.
ORGANISATIONAL MANAGER- Not For Profit
We are currently seeking an Organisational Manager for our small not for profit community housing client.Our client provides affordable community based rental housing for people in housing need on low or moderate incomes.The selected candidate will have proven skills in : Strategic and business planning and decision-making, high level communication skills, including negotiation, conflict resolution, presentation and complex written documents, demonstrated ability in establishing and maintaining internal and external relationships and networks, ability to manage staff and develop teams, ability to represent an organisation at external forum, skills in policy and procedure development, able to plan and implement service delivery, ability to communicate and work with different cultural backgrounds and interpreter services. For a full job pack please contact Katy on 02 8966 9911 or email your CV to email@example.com Or you can apply online.
OPERATIONS MANAGER – Community Services NSW/ACT
Mission Australia is a non-denominational Christian community and employment services organisation. They 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. Please contact Elizabeth McCabe for an information pack including the Selection Criteria at firstname.lastname@example.org 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. You can apply online.
SUPPORT COORDINATOR – ACCOMMODATION OUTREACH
We are seeking a motivated and innovative person to join our team. The position will focus on supporting people with disabilities to live in their own home by coordinating services to support them.Essential Criteria: Relevant tertiary qualifications and/or experience working with people with disabilities. AWARD: SACS Grade 3. Salary packaging is also available. All applicants must have a driver’s licence and own vehicle. All applications must be based on the information package and position description. For enquiries please phone Yvette Dooley on 8752 3733 or email email@example.com You can apply online.
Lifestyle Solutions is a disability organisation providing a range of services to people with a disability in Sydney, Central Coast, Hunter and North Coast Regions. The organisation is seeking to employ an Operations Manager to oversee the management of our accommodation and support services to young people and adults with a disability. The position is located in our Sydney office. They are seeking a dynamic, enthusiastic person with leadership, management and strategic planning experience. Experience working within disabilities and youth services fields would be an advantage. An attractive salary package is negotiable based on experience and qualifications. To obtain an Application Package and Position Description please call Kylie Francis at our State Administration Office on (02) 4967 7777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org You can apply online.
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
An opportunity exists for an individual who is results focused to join this well established charity that is committed to providing practical, emotional and financial support to people living with HIV/AIDS. Reporting to the CEO the position is responsible for developing, implementing and managing sustainable fundraising, sponsorship and corporate communications strategies across New South Wales. This role requires both strategic and operational capabilities in the following areas: fundraising and sponsorships, donor development, special events and public relations. To be the successful applicant for this role you will need to have strong business acumen, a high degree of professionalism, the ability to build strong networks within corporate and community environments, and a track record of achieving financial targets. Tertiary qualifications or extensive equivalent experience are required. An understanding and knowledge of the not for profit sector is desirable. A packaged salary range of $75K-$100K is available for this position. For further information regarding the role, including a role statement and selection criteria please check our website www.bgf.org.au. Please send an application that addresses the selection criteria to email@example.com by 14 April, 2007. You can apply online.
COMMUNITY RELATIONS MANAGER
The successful applicant will be able to: Engage the community through public meetings and functions; provide feedback to the local community on the precinct planning process; provide feedback to the Commission on community issues; identify local community issues or matters to be considered during the preparation of precinct plans; and provide a single point of contact for land owners and the community.The required knowledge, skills and experience are:Capacity to operate independently, using initiative and self direction and as a team member to effectively engage with the local council and community; demonstrated experience in effective time management, setting work priorities and project management skills; sound understanding of the Growth Centres Commission and its relationship with state and local government and community stakeholders; demonstrated experience in communicating and managing complex issues during face- to- face contact with highly motivated community members; ability to organise workshops and deliver presentations to landowners and stakeholder groups; sound knowledge of state and local government and community organisations administrative processes and protocols; skills in Microsoft Office and community database systems to record community contact. If you are interested in this position, please contact Greg Lay on 02 9262 5656 Or you can apply online.
The Garvan Research Foundation is the marketing and fundraising arm of the Garvan Institute of Medical Research, one of Australia’s top research institutions. This new position is an excellent role for a motivated self-starter, with a track record of success in securing philanthropic funds from high net worth individuals or in successfully negotiating high value, intangible sales at senior levels. Your strategic skills and creative ideas will enable you to identify opportunities presented by starting from a small base of prospects already exposed to a premium scientific brand. Your confident, mature attitude, intellect and quality presentation will be important attributes to your success in this role where you will work closely with the Director and the Board. If you are interested, contact Heather Knights on 02 8243 0570 or send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org Or you can apply online.
MAJOR DONOR MANAGER
Australia for UNHCR (the UN Refugee Agency) raises funds for UNHCR’s international humanitarian programs. The organisation provides protection and assistance to refugees and displaced people in more than 115 countries around the world. The organisation is experiencing a period of growth and this new role has been established to harness support, primarily from individuals, in the form of major gifts. The role will develop relationships with existing donors and introduce new support via stewardship programs and communication strategies. The succefful applicant will have a track record in ‘making the ask’ resulting in significant donations or sales and you are able to demonstrate strong interpersonal skills. You also provide excellent donor or customer care in a philanthropic environment or corporate setting. Please contact Richard Green on 02 8243 0570 or forward your resume to email@example.com Or you can apply online.
NATIONAL SALES MANAGER (Face to face)
The Wilderness Society is a national, community-based environmental advocacy organisation whose purpose is protecting, promoting and restoring wilderness across Australia.
This new role is for a senior manager with extensive experience in face to face fundraising or direct sales. It offers the opportunity to develop and grow the Wilderness Defenders donor program currently raising up to $12 million a year, with responsibility for strategic direction and management. You are a strong leader able to inspire and motivate dynamic teams to achieve income targets. You have strong budget management skills, including setting income targets, analyzing results and developing strategies to improve outcomes. A self starter, you have significant experience in developing direct sales programs from the ground up. Use your highly developed skills to fund campaigns to save our wilderness for the future. If you are interested, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Heather Knights on 02 8243 0570. Or you can apply online.
NATIONAL DONOR DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
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. The successful applicant will 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 Or you can apply online
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
Children’s Hospital Foundations Australia (CHFA) is a national partnership of five of Australia’s oldest and most respected children’s charities – a cause close to the hearts of many investors. The Dividend Donation program is a cost and tax-effective way for shareholders to choose to donate without spending company money. In this Business Development role the successful applicant will need an understanding of investor relations issues and the ability to meet with senior management (the Chairmen, or Company Secretaries, or Investor Relations officers) to further develop the program. The role is initially a six month contract with the possibility of extending either with CHFA or their Sydney partner. Regular full-time hours with some flexibility and the opportunity to work from home may be considered. Salary negotiable depending on skills and experience.If you would like to utilise your strong communication skills and understanding of the stock market and listed companies to make a difference to the health and well-being of kids who need help, please contact National Director Nikki Johnston: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 1300 062 673 Or you can apply online.
QUALITY ASSURANCE OFFICER
Our client, a leading welfare provider located in Liverpool is seeking a proactive individual to join them as a Quality Assurance Officer to continue in the development of their quality framework. Join this large team of 55 on a contract basis concluding in October, offering a salary of $47,313 per annum. Salary packaging available, equating to over $50K per annum!
Core duties include the following:- leading and supporting the Quality Program, developing and reviewing policies and procedures, working closely with management and Quality Assurance staff, generating reports and compiling and analysing statistical data, participating in external audits of the Quality Management System, participating in the training of staff and the development of supportive training packages, participate in the scheduling of creation, regular review and audit of policies, procedures and documents. To be considered for this role, you will require:- demonstrated experience in quality management systems and risk management frameworks, demonstrated planning, organisational and administrative skills, familiarity with ISO 9001:2000, sound understanding of Microsoft Office applications.If you are interested email your application to email@example.com or phone Marisa Buskariol on 8922 5000. Or you can apply online.
MANAGER FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION– Wesley Mission Counselling Centre
Wesley Mission is one of Australia’s largest Not For Profit Christian Organisations with over 3000 employees. They offer a friendly working environment that will see you respected in the work place and supported with training and the prospects of a long-term career. An opportunity has arisen to be the Manager Finance and Administration within Wesley Counselling Services. Reporting directly to the Operations Manager your responsibilities will include but not be limited to: Managing the financial operations of the service including; oversight of the budget process, monthly analysis and reviews of I&E’s, one off budgets for tenders, review, approval and sign off of financial reports for funding bodies, review and sign off of MYOB and petty cash; provideing oversight to the service’s IT requirements, including management of system users; providing Management support for the reception and administration team; support the Counselling Centre Managers and provide regular input as a key member of the management team, managing the general operations of Wesley Counselling services including, OH&S, building and site management, and general administrative operations. Experience using MYOB, confidence in IT systems and experience in supervising staff is essential to be considered for this role. If you are interested, please send your resume attached with cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Vicki Neil on (02) 9273 0548. Or you can apply online.
CO-ORDINATOR RELATIONSHIP AND FAMILY COUNSELLING
Centacare Sydney is looking for someone to coordinate the Family Relationships Counselling Program. You will require experience in coordinating programs and projects within the welfare sector; relevant tertiary qualifications & experience in family counselling and clinical supervision. Applications must address the selection criteria in the application kit which is available by contacting Annette Farrugia on Ph: (02) 9390 5874 or email email@example.com. Completed application kits must be received no later than COB 26th March 2007. For enquiries please contact Janet Carmichael on (02) 9390 5366. Child protection legislation requires preferred applicants to be subject to employment screening. Or you can apply online.
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT WORKER
MDAA, the leading advocacy agency for people from a non-English speaking background (NESB) with disability and their families in NSW, seeks applications for an exciting Community Development position, funded until 30 June 2008. The project: is a partnership initiative between the NSW Network of Women with Disability (the Network), the Physical Disability Council of NSW (PDCN) and MDAA. The project will focus on growing and developing the Network across NSW and facilitating ownership of the Network by women with disability. It will also facilitate opportunities to develop and utilise the skills of women with disability who are members of the Network across NSW; to identify and pursue strategies to enhance the rights of women with disability; to promote participation in the community by women with disability. The project will facilitate opportunities for women with disability to learn and develop skills in leadership; working with small groups; project development and management; lobbying and systemic advocacy; and training.Community Development Worker position: SACS Grade 3, up to 30 hours per week, salary packaging available. The Community Development Worker will be employed by MDAA and located at MDAA’s office in Harris Park, Sydney. This position is available for women only. MDAA is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer. This means that all things being equal, we will employ a woman from NESB with disability and will consider job sharing and flexible working arrangements. For an information package call Judith or Luis on (02) 9891 6400. For enquiries about the job call Sharon on (02) 9891 6400. Applications must give examples to show how the applicant fulfils each of the selection criteria. Send application to: Confidential, Barbel Winter, Executive Director, MDAA, PO Box 9381, Harris Park, NSW 2150. You can apply online.
COORDINATOR – Permanent Foster Care Program
ANGLICARE Out-of-Home Care Services offers a range of OOHC programs for children and young people. We are looking for an enthusiastic and capable person who possesses relevant tertiary qualifications in social work or psychology to join this dynamic team as the Coordinator for the Permanent Foster Care Program. This position involves responsibilities for the management and development of the long term foster care program. The successful applicant will have substantial experience in out-of-home care service delivery and be familiar with current government legislation and policy in relation to out-of- home care and child protection. You will be eligible for membership of the AASW or the APS and possess high level skills and experience in areas of: program management and supervision of casework staff; written and verbal communication; team leadership; service planning and evaluation. The full time position would suit persons of definite Christian commitment with an active church involvement. Your own comprehensively insured motor vehicle and valid NSW driver’s licence are required. You will need to obtain a copy of the relevant position description and address the selection criteria in your application. Please phone 9890 6800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries and an application package. Written applications should be forwarded to the Manager, 19A Gibbons St Telopea 2117 by 24 April 2007. ANGLICARE is an EO employer. Persons with disabilities are welcome to apply. Or you can apply online.
MANAGER- COMMUNITY RESOURCE NETWORK (Western Sydney)
Community Resource Network (CRN) works with small non-government human services organisations across Blacktown and surrounding LGA’s. CRN’s mission is to work with these services in ways that support them to be active and effective contributors to the human services network. CRN is seeking a Manager who will be responsible for the organisation realising that mission. This will involve working closely with a range of stakeholders including agencies in the government, community and private sectors. The focus will be on projects that respond to identified structural strengths and weaknesses in individual agencies as well as across the human services system. Candidates must have proven skills in strategic thinking and action. They should have sound organisational management and team leadership experience. Knowledge of small non-government organisations working in the human services sector and a high-level understanding of the challenges facing the sector are essential. Applicants will need to obtain an information pack from Tony Barnden at 0404-009-110 or Tony.Barnden@blacktown.nsw.gov.au or Catherine White at 0400-307-254 or email@example.com Applicants will be required to address all of the Selection Criteria in the Position Description contained in that information pack as well as supply a copy of their CV and contact details for two referees. You can apply online.
PROJECT OFFICERS (several roles) Contract May 7th – July 27th
The federal Department of Health and Ageing is looking to recruit a project team for approximately 3 months. This team will be responsible for analysing and reviewing tender applications against the specified criteria and making decisions on their suitability to be given funding. There will be critical deadlines for this project, therefore 100% committment for the project period is essential. The assessors will be supported by experienced team leaders and further on the job training if needed.Suitable candidates will ideally have: Experience working in government, ideally involved in the allocation of funding or tender processes involving a competitive assessment; an understanding of aged care or the human services industry;superior analytical or policy skills.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/06913. To apply online.
CLIENT AND COMMUNITY LIASON COORDINATOR
An exciting and challenging opportunity exists for an individual who has worked in community services or allied health sectors to join this well established charity that is committed to providing practical, emotional and financial support to people living with HIV/AIDS. Reporting to the Client Services Manager, the role will manage the intake of new clients who are living with HIV/AIDS, to determine their eligibility for BGF programs and support. This role will also undertake community liaison with HIV service providers and the broader community, providing information about BGF’s services and programs, and play a vital role in making BGF accessible to high priority HIV populations. To be successful and meet the challenges of this role you will need high level experience and ability to assess the needs of new clients, identify strategies, services and interventions that are appropriate within an HIV/AIDS context.Tertiary qualifications or equivalent experience are required. For further information regarding the role, including a role statement and selection criteria please check our website www.bgf.org.au or contact Bev Lange on 9283 8666 for further information on the role. Please send an application that addresses the selection criteria to firstname.lastname@example.org Or you can apply online.
PROJECT MANAGER – NSW Legal Assistance Forum (Nlaf)
The Law and Justice Foundation of NSW seeks to appoint a part-time Project Manager to provide secretariat and project management support to the New South Wales Legal Assistance Forum (NLAF). NLAF (www.nlaf.org.au) seeks to improve the delivery of legal assistance services to socially and economically disadvantaged people through a collaborative and strategic approach by service providers. Relevant tertiary qualifications in law, social sciences or other relevant discipline (and/or relevant experience), project management experience, knowledge of current and emerging issues in the Australian justice system, as well as an understanding of the participants and processes in the justice sector in NSW are essential. High level analytical skills and judgement are required.Applicants should obtain selection criteria from the Foundation’s website (www.lawfoundation.net.au) or from Jane Newton (02) 9221 3900 or (email@example.com). You can apply online.
HOME-STAY FAMILY COODINATOR
EF International Language Schools (ELICOS) are seeking a dynamic, customer oriented professional to work at their city campus with a friendly, professional team. Main duties include visting families, placing students & making payments.CV to Greig Hyam, School Director, EF International Language Schools, 5-7 Young Street, Sydney, NSW 2000.Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Or you can apply online.
MANAGER- RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM DELIVERY (Water Conservation and Recycling)
Sydney Water employs over 3500 people and provides reliable and efficient drinking, recycled and wastewater services to their domestic, commercial and industrial customers. With the current focus on water, due to drought and climate change, Water Conservation and Recycling has a high priority and is one of the fastest growing areas of Sydney Water.As Manager, Residential Program Delivery you will lead a team to deliver and monitor the effectiveness of programs in support of high profile water conservation initiatives and the overall Demand Management Strategy.To be considered for this role you will need to demonstrate significant experience in the key focus areas of program management and delivery. You should be an experienced project manager with highly developed contract management skills (including tendering, implementation, performance and review) plus a well-developed appreciation of the value of good process management and QA.You should ideally have a tertiary qualification in an appropriate discipline, though relevant experience may be deemed sufficient.Preferred candidates will be required to complete a formal response against the selection criteria.To express your interest in this role, please email you CV and short letter of application to email@example.com or call Philip Goldstein on 9223 3033 You can apply online.
PROGRAM MANAGER – Schools Program
An opportunity is available for a highly skilled program manager to promote healthy eating habits to school aged kids attending NSW schools. You must have tertiary qualifications in health and/or education. For detailed package andenquiries phone 02 9876 1300 or email:firstname.lastname@example.org Or you can apply online.
EMPLOYMENT PATHWAYS COORDINATOR
Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP), is an Australian education and settlement program for newly arrived migrants and refugees. AMEP helps newly arrived migrants to: build spoken and written English skills, learn about the Australian way of life and learn how to access essential services. You can apply online.
NSW STATE MANAGER
Committed to innovation and excellence, this progressive non-government community organisation provides rehabilitation and support services to people who experience serious mental illness and require assistance in areas of skill development, social contact, community connections and housing.Managing nine support services in New South Wales, the State Manager will be responsible for growing the existing services, while overseeing the development of new services. The State Manager will be expected to provide leadership to the NSW Management Team with a focus on improving the already excellent record of outcomes for clients. The successful candidate will also be responsible for developing strong links to other providers including Area Mental Health and Housing Associations, Local Government and Community Health and Welfare. The Manager will represent the organisation in a range of forums and committees to ensure the organisation has influence more broadly within the Mental Health Sector. The client is offering an extremely attractive salary package for the right person to the value of 140K, including fully maintained vehicle.Extensive experience in human services management and ability to apply a range of management styles and strategies appropriate to the situation are essential. As well as highly developed staff support and supervision skills including demonstrated skill and experience in reflective practice, demonstrated leadership skills and the capacity to manage a multi-disciplinary team in an environment of change, strong commitment to consumer rights and their participation in mental health services, ability to develop and implement services and evaluate those services from the basis of demonstrated consumer outcomes, demonstrated ability to form partnerships with government and non-government health and welfare service providers to pursue practical strategies to improve service delivery to consumers.For a confidential discussion please contact Justin Gill on 1300 306 199, or send your Cover Letter and Resume using the link below. You can apply online.
MULTICULTURAL AGED SERVICES OFFICER
The Association of Bhanin El Minieh – Australian Arabic community welfare centre is seeking a Multicultural Aged Services Officer. This project is funded by the Ageing, Disability and Home Care. The project focuses on improving the quality of life for the Multicultural Aged community within Auburn LGA. This is a full-time position and the successful applicant will be paid based on experience and qualifications. Applications should be sent to PO Box 877, Auburn NSW 1835. For further info. please contact us on 9649 2063. Closing date 6th April, 2007. All applicants are required to undergo a working with children check and criminal record check.
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COMMUNITY ACCESS PLANNER *
Recreation and Peer Support requires a Community Access Planner to organise and support its activity which includes recreation, workshops and classes. We are a non profit community based organisation located in Glebe. Our members are adults with a physical and or sensory disability. The main responsibilities of this role are to: Identify accessible venues and arrange transport. Coordinate members’ participation in activity. The role will include involvement in project development and promotion of the service. Essential: Relevant tertiary qualifications or equivalent. Excellent communication skills. Ability to work unsupervised. Excellent time management skills. Good computer skills. Desirable: Previous experience in a community organisation. Knowledge of the HACC program. Hours: 28 per week. RAPS is an EEO employer. Contact Holly Stewart 9518 8277 or 0411 439 937 to request a job description and application guidelines (applications due: Monday 9 th April).
DONOR RELATIONS CO-ORDINATOR*
Sydney Legacy is seeking an experienced energetic Donor Relations Coordinator to join the Marketing Team. The successful applicant will work closely with the Manager Marketing and will assist in the planning, implementation and evaluation of Legacy’s fundraising programs including regular giving and bequests; implement a Bequest strategy developed for Legacy including the identification of prospective bequestors, arranging appropriate gatherings, presentation of material and follow-up; design and develop a complete donor care package for Sydney Legacy including a welcome pack for new donors and procedures for donor nurture; Assist in identifying key donor segments from the database and developing targeted campaigns working closely with the donor database administrator. To be considered for the role you must have fundraising experience, especially in the bequest area, have solid administration skills, be a true team player with a proven track record in Donor Relations. It is desirable that you have an undergraduate degree preferably in marketing with membership to the Fundraising Institute of Australia. Please forward your application outlining how you meet the criteria to Carla Ayres, Sydney Legacy, Locked Bag 8 QVB PO Sydney 1230 Ph: 02 9248 9042, email@example.com
PLANNED GIVING MANAGER*
The Leukaemia Foundation is a national charity dedicated to the care and cure of people living with leukaemia and related blood diseases. The dynamic Sydney donor management team seeks a person to expand its comprehensive planned giving program in NSW. The role: Reporting to the General Manager, your main responsibilities will be to direct, market and manage the planned giving and donor relations program, and to monitor potential developments for the program. Qualifi cations: Applicants must have demonstrated management skills including planning, organisation, goal setting and budget management. A proven track record in the planned giving/bequest fi eld will be highly regarded. Applicants should have the ability to work autonomously and willingness to work fl exible hours. The successful applicant will be confi dent, goal-oriented and have outstanding communication skills. Competitive salary offered to the right applicant. Position description: Please phone Ralph Roath on (03) 9949 5815 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date: Submit written application and resume to – Ralph Roath, PO Box 450, Box Hill, VIC 3128 by Friday 13th April 2007.
PERSONAL SUPPORT PROGRAM TEAM LEADER*
As a provider of government employment services, Mission Australia is contracted to deliver a Personal Support Program (PSP) across NSW, employing over 50 staff at 25 individual sites. We require a dynamic performance focused person who has experience in leading a Team to take on the role of Team Leader for our Southern Western NSW area Personal Support Program operations. Your day to day activity will include coaching and developing a passionate team of Case Managers to assist our clients through barriers and transitions. Ideally, you will have experience in the delivery of the PSP program or a related employment service field, and be familiar with the management and delivery of a government contract. You will also have experience in managing complex issues, conflicting priorities, and be strongly focused on the achievement of performance objectives. You will also have a keen desire to help and positively support our many clients. This is a full time position based in Mount Druitt and will include frequent travel around the South Western area of NSW. For further information, please contact Rachel Fitzgerald via phone on 02 9283 7100 or email at email@example.com. Applications should be sent to Rachel Fitzgerald, International House, Level 4, 104 Bathurst Street, Sydney 2000 by COB Friday, 13 th April 2007. Mission Australia is a non-denominational Christian community and employment services organisation and an EEO employer.
REGIONAL PROGRAMS MANAGER Sydney*
The Smith Family is one of Australia’s most progressive social enterprises, committed to unlocking opportunities for disadvantaged families to participate more fully in society. Working collaboratively with communities to identify needs and build upon existing capacities the Learning for Life suite of programs comprises scholarships; personal support and development activities and literacy programs. This role will lead the implementation of a suite of programs across Sydney. The Smith Family are looking for an inspirational and results driven leader to manage the team of dedicated staff who, with local guidance from Team Leaders, engage with their communities to identify opportunities and implement activities from within the program framework. In addition to your leadership you will make a substantial contribution to Sydney planning and implementation processes by assessing needs and developing purposeful relationships within communities. Your comprehensive understanding of educational and social issues and the capacity to establish and develop key partnerships are vital, as is the ability to manage a multi-site, geographically dispersed team. If this sounds like you, please go to our website www.thesmithfamily.com.au and follow the link to Job Opportunities for an Application Pack. Once you have read the Application Pack, further information can be gained by contacting David Ballhausen, Head of Community Programs, on 02 9085 7235. Closing Date: 16 April 2007
Located in Western Sydney our client is an innovative leader in their industry and are a passionate team dedicated to the support of people with a disability.They provide specialist programs that assist with integration within the greater community. Reporting to the General Manager you are a successful fundraiser who will further develop the fundraising strategies to increase income from a range of existing and new funding sources. Your well developed interpersonal skills will prove an asset in liaising with all stakeholders as you raise the profile of the organisation. Skills & Experience Required: Applicable tertiary qualifications and/or strong fundraising management experience in a similar role; experience in preparing and presenting to diverse community groups; well developed interpersonal skills to liaise with Donors, Solicitors, Community Groups etc; creative and strategic thinking to identify and approach niche markets within the Donor segment; strong budget management; strong organisational skills with exceptional Proofing/Editing skills; sensitive and empathic approach.
If you possess the above skills and experience and are looking for a role fuelled by passion for a great cause contact Cheryll from 360HR on 0404 094 799 or email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
MANAGER – Western Suburbs Branch*
Learning Links provides various services for children who have difficulty learning and their families. They are seeking an experienced and enthusiastic leader for our School Age Services’ Branch located in Fairfield. Western Sydney is Learning Links’ demographic heart and we are looking for a dynamic and motivated applicant to further develop and grow the branch along with ensuring an ongoing presence in the schools throughout the western suburbs area.Within the branch they have a transdisciplinary team of teachers, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, psychologists and family counsellors. The enthusiastic and supportive team works collaboratively to provide a range of programs to assist the children and their families. Working in partnership with families and collaborate with therapists to support a high number of children with diverse learning needs the successful applicant will be responsible for the operational management of the branch along with overseeing and supporting a team of motivated teachers and therapists.Essential Criteria (must be addressed in the application): strong leadership, team building and advocacy skills; commitment to social justice and improving learning outcomes, demonstrated management skills, including financial management; high level computer literacy and admin skills; relevant tertiary qualifications; current drivers licence and own comprehensively insured car. Working with Children Check Applies For further info and a Statement of Duties visit our website www.learninglinks.org.au or phone 9534-1710. Please send your application ASAP to: Diane Peacock-Smith Director – School Age Services 12-14 Pindari Rd Peakhurst NSW 2210 Fax: 9584 2054 E-mail: email@example.com
CHILDREN’S SERVICES ADVISER (REGIONAL NSW)Wollongong
The successful applicant will be responsible for the licensing and monitoring of children’s services in accordance with State responsibilities using relevant legislation, standards and funding policies to assist and support quality early childhood care and education programs.
The successful applicant will also have extensive and practical knowledge of children’s services and an appreciation of the current trends in contemporary Children’s Services practice and theory; demonstrated capacity to investigate com plaints, recommend and monitor remedial action; a demonstrated practical knowledge of legislative and regulatory requirements for children’s Services; sound understanding and experience in funding, assessment of services, tendering process, monitoring and interpreting bud gets and audited statements; demonstrated capacity to work with information technology including word processing, database and spreadsheet work; Three year tertiary qualification in Early Childhood Education with minimum of 3 years experience in a leadership position in Children’s Services. There are 2 positions available, one for a period of 6 months and the other for 12 months in terms of the PSEM Act 2002. Inquiries: Jelena Mealey (02) 4254 0312 Information Package: Available online at: www.jobs.nsw.gov.au Or contact (02) 6200 5820 Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Applications Marked “CONFIDENTIAL” to: Or post to:RECRUITMENT OFFICER, NSW BUSINESSLINK, PO Box 1629, Queanbeyan NSW 2620 or email: email@example.com You can apply online.
WE HELP OURSELVES(WHOS) (REGIONAL NSW)
We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to supervise the therapeutic programme at Cessnock. The Team Leader will be responsible for ensuring high quality support services to clients as well foster and maintain team cohesian, professionalism and accountability.The successful applicant will recognise qualifications and/or extensive experience in the A & OD or related field, experience in managing a team and programme case management, current NSW drivers licence and first aid certificate, high level computer literacy. Award wages and conditions. Criminal record check applies. For details contact The Service Manager 02 4991 7000. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
GROUP MANAGER- COMMUNITY WELBEING ( RURAL NSW)
We are seeking a proven people manager to lead a large team and make a difference to the social, cultural and physical well being of our community. An established professional with credentials relevant to the role, you will be responsible for library and cultural services, and programs targeting older people, people with a disability, youth and children.
This role offers a unique opportunity to continue your rewarding career in a beautiful part of the world. An attractive remuneration package in the vicinity of $120K pa including salary, vehicle, superannuation + bonus will be negotiated for an outstanding candidate. An information package detailing the full scope of this position and the selection criteria may be obtained by calling (02) 4474 1016, or visiting our website at www.esc.nsw.gov.au. Please direct your initial enquiries to Peter Tegart, Deputy General Manager on (02) 4474 1347.