DIRECTOR- COMMUNITY SERVICES
Manningham City Council is looking for a new member of Council’s Executive Management Team. Reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer, the Director Community Services plays a key strategic role in community planning and social policy development, and leadership of a range of high quality Council services which include Aged and Disability Support Services, Cultural and Leisure Services, Social and Community Services, Civic Buildings, Library and the City’s prime Leisure Centre, Aquarena. The position calls for a strategically oriented and experienced executive who has a clear understanding of community liaison and development. In addition to having a demonstrated track record of achievement in social policy development, the Director will possess exceptional interpersonal, leadership and negotiation skills and have the ability to think laterally and creatively within a strategic organisational environment. Appropriate tertiary qualifications and outstanding communication and consultation skills are essential requirements for success in this key leadership role. Written applications, in the strictest confidence, should be forwarded via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or to the address below no later than Wednesday 16th May 2007. Or you can apply online.
COMMUNITY PLANNER AND RESEARCHER
The successful applicant will be responsible for: leading Council in social/strategic planning, community development and policy/research to ensure current & future needs of the community are met; identifying & implementing Council responses to crucial community issues & concerns ; undertaking strategy & policy development in consultation with relevant stakeholders. To be successful in this position you will have a tertiary qualification in social planning or other relevant field, along with demonstrated ability, experience & knowledge in social planning & policy development. You will have an excellent understanding of community networks & possess the ability to encourage participation of the community & stakeholders in social planning processes. A position description can be access via the website: www.maribyrnong.vic.gov.au or by contacting the Organisational Development Section on (03) 9688 0585. For further information please contact Nick Matteo, Manager Community Planning & Advocacy on (03) 9317 0211. Written applications, addressing the selection criteria close 5pm on Friday 18th May 2007 and should be addressed to: Ms. Dina Pratt, Manager, Organisational Development, Maribyrnong City Council, PO Box 58, FOOTSCRAY VIC 3011
or emailed to: email@example.com Or you can apply online.
COMMUNITY LIASON OFFICER
Relationships Australia (Victoria) (RAV) as the lead of a consortium is establishing a Family Relationships Centre in Berwick due to open on July 2nd 2007. RAV is currently seeking a part-time Community Liaison Officer to join their Berwick Family Relationships Centre team!The main aim of this role is to liaise with those accessing the Berwick Family Relationship Centre, to facilitate links with service providers, and to promote the services that are provided from the Family Relationship Centre. The ideal candidate will possess a relevant tertiary qualification in social work, community development or another related discipline. In addition, you should have experience in working with children, young people and families and in working in a community development capacity, including community development project work. You can apply online.
SOCIAL RESEARCH OFFICER
This dynamic position will play a key role in assisting the planning for community services and infrastructure provision for children, young people, families and older persons living within the Shire of Melton. Suitable applicants will have strong social research skills, an understanding of social planning issues and experience in statistical analysis and developing and maintaining informational databases. For further details please contact Lynette Green on 9747 7396.All applicants must address the key selection criteria contained in the Position Description which can be obtained from Council’s web-site or by contacting Diana Pickering on 9747 7233.
Applications are to be addressed “Private & Confidential” and forwarded to the Human Resources Manager, Shire Of Melton, PO Box 21, Melton, 3337 no later than 5pm Friday 18 May 2007.you can apply online.
SITE MANAGER – Disability Employment Network
Interact Employment Services (a division of Interact Australia) is a dynamic market leader and very successful in the provision of employment services, with 5 Disability Employment Network sites in Victoria and 8 Job Network sites in both Victoria and Queensland. Due to continued growth and success, an experienced Site Manager is required to lead two Disability Employment Network sites to greater success whilst making a difference in the local community. The successful applicant will report to the Victorian State Manager, leading the sites, focusing on influencing results, providing support, development and training of staff together with ensuring high levels of quality and compliance against government guidelines and performance ratings. The ideal applicant will be well experienced within the Disability Employment Network, a proven background in leading teams to achieve results, marketing and relationship management skills and people development skills, grounded values and energy along with tenacity and desire to excel. Please forward your application to firstname.lastname@example.org or apply using the link below. Please view our website at www.interactaust.com.au You can apply online.
COMMUNITY PLANNER – Inclusion Focus
Council seeks an energetic, proactive person committed to progress an integrated approach to urban and community planning, access to services and community engagement for people with a disability and people from multicultural and indigenous backgrounds. The role works across Council and with community to implement the Inclusion Policy and Plan and other strategic plans as well as support business units with their inclusion initiatives. For more information and a position description, please access our web page www.banyule.vic.gov.au or contact Carole Maher on 9457 9906 or email email@example.com. ritten applications marked “Confidential – Job Application” should be forwarded to Lyn Herrald, Human Resources, Banyule City Council, PO Box 51, Ivanhoe 3079 or e-mailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org Or you can apply online.
POEM (Partnership Outreach Education Model) Coordinators (3)
Mission Australia’s Community Services Division is seeking three innovative people with a commitment to alternative education that have demonstrated experience in working with young people facing multiple barriers in engaging with mainstream education. POEM is a Department of Education, Science and Training funded programme assisting young people aged 13-19 years who have become disconnected from mainstream education. Applications must address the selection criteria provided in the application pack. For further information and application pack please contact Ms Cristiane Cunial, Level 2, 398 Lonsdale street, Melbourne 3000. Telephone: 03 8615 2229.Email: email@example.com.
Applications close Wednesday 23rd May 2007. You can apply online.
THERAPEUTIC GROUP LEADER
Windermere Child & Family Services works with children and families that are struggling with extreme issues such as physical, emotional and sexual abuse, neglect, family breakdown, suicide, unemployment, lack of housing, drug addiction, the affects (victims) of crime, and caring for a loved ones with a disability. The “Kids Becoming Champions” Therapeutic Group Leader Role:The main objective of this role is to help strengthen all life areas of ‘at risk’ children within the “Kids Becoming Champions” service, through the facilitation of therapeutic group sessions and case management. You can apply online.
SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER-Significant Relationships/Fundraising
The Cancer Council Victoria, as part of a national 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: 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; tertiary and Post-graduate qualifications in appropriate disciplines. Please email your resume for prompt assistance to firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
DAFFODIL DAY – CBD PROJECT OFFICER
Daffodil Day is the largest national single fundraising day for cancer research, education and patient support in the southern hemisphere. It is held annually in August in all states of Australia by the state member organisations of The Cancer Council Australia. The Daffodil Day CBD Project Officer will form part of the core Daffodil Day team responsible for the full coordination and implementation of the Daffodil Day campaign within the CBD on Friday 24 August 2007.The CBD Project Officer will use high-level skills in relationship management, communication, negotiation and recruitment to coordinate approximately 60 CBD sites, and over 300 volunteers. The incumbent will also be required to assist with training of staff and volunteers in event implementation and to develop and utilise departmental, interdepartmental and external relationships to meet set income targets and deadlines.This position requires excellent logistical skills, ability to work under pressure and assist with training of staff and volunteers in event implementation and to develop and utilise departmental, interdepartmental and external relationships to meet set objectives.For a position description (Key Selection Criteria) and further information visit www.cancervic.org.au or contact Irene on (03) 9635 5226. Or you can apply online.
REGIONAL SALES MANAGER-Wilderness Defender Regional Director
Due to the national expansion of our face to face fundraising program, The Wilderness Society have an opening for the right person to build an exiting new in house fundraising program in Victoria. The successful applicant will drive an exciting new fundraising initiative in Melbourne; implement rewards and coaching programs, and build career paths; manage, train and Develop Team Coordinators and Regional Managers; assist in strategic planning and policy development in consultation with the National Sales Director; assist with budget development in consultation with the National Management Team; ensure a high standard of quality and efficiency, in sales, staff retention, reward programs, training, administration and standards of practice throughout the program.Send your expression of interest and C.V to email@example.com Closing date 18th of May 2007 For more information go to www.wilderness.org.au/jobs Or you canapply online.
The Mustard Schools Ministry program is one of Melbourne’s newest and widely respected school’s Christian ministry and youth leadership organization. Mustard aims to explore life issues with school students, whilst presenting the Christian message in a relevant and dynamic way.The key objectives of this position are: recruit volunteers for Mustard Schools Ministry programs; devise and coordinate Mustard Lunchtime Group coaching program; ensure the Lunchtime Groups are adequately resourced with teaching materials; coordinate and run Lunchtime Group leaders’ and coaches’ training sessions; manage and update Lunchtime Group database with student, leader and coach information; coordinate logistical requirements for Mustard Seminars and Retreats.Immediate start is preferable, applications close COB Friday 25th May 2007. Please see www.mustard.org.au for more information. You can apply online.
The Australian Red Cross is currently seeking an experienced individual to undertake this exciting role for it’s “save a mate program” (SAM) which works to promote the health and wellbeing of young people by providing education, service and support on key current and emerging health issues, particularly those related to alcohol and other drug use and mental health. Under the direction of the Service Development Coordinator you will be responsible for participating in planning and developing save-a-mate across secondary schools and other community based agencies, volunteer coordination and management of the program and basic operational support. Regional travel and out of hours work is a requirement of this role. Suitable candidates will have highly developed communication and interpersonal skills, solid organizational and conceptual abilities and an ability to work independently and as part of a team. Knowledge of youth, drug and alcohol issues and an understanding of current government and community organisations’ policies and practices pertaining to these issues shall be very well regarded. For further information about save-a-mate you can visit the website www.saveamate.org.au A more detailed description is available by accessing our website, www.redcross.org.au under Victoria, career opportunities and or contacting 03 8327-7752. For further information about the role contact Arnie Bax, 03 8327-7985. Interested applicants should address the key selection criteria of the position description and forward your covering letter and curriculum vitae to either vicjobs@redcross,org.au and or Lisa Dostis, Human Resources Officer, 23-47 Villiers Street, North Melbourne, 3051 by no later than Friday, 5 pm, 18 May 2007. Or you can apply online
PROGRAM SUPPORT WORKER
This is an opportunity for a Program Support Worker to be responsible for the facilitation and coordination of a range centre programs as well as providing quality general and administrative support to assist the Flemington and North Melbourne Community Centres programs.The successful applicant will be part of a staff team that is committed to providing high quality recreation services and venues at the Flemington and North Melbourne Community Centres to citizens and community organizations.The position is classified as Band 4 ($40,662 – $43,558 per annum)Further enquiries can be directed to Robyn Felman, Flemington/North Melbourne Community Centres Coordinator on 8325 1806. Applications should include: a covering letter which states the title of the position you are applying for (please quote position no 1437) and which addresses the key selection criteria as stated in the position description; a current resume. Manager Human Resources, Moonee Valley City Council, PO Box 126, Moonee Ponds, 3039 Or e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Electronic resumes can only be accepted in Micro Soft Word or Adobe Acrobat format. Or you can apply online.
Interchange Southern are seeking a suitably qualified experienced person to manage our Interchange program which provides a diverse range of respite and recreation options for families with children with disabilities.The successful applicant will have experience in the disability sector as a program manager and practitioner, will have excellent leadership skills as well as the capacity to develop and implement relevant policy and programs. This full time position is paid above the SACS Award SW CLASS 4. Full salary packaging including provision of a vehicle (up to FBT limit) is available .Position description (03)85522222 Applications by Wednesday May 23, 2007 to Mr Warwick Cavanagh CEO, MOIRA, 928 Nepean Hwy Hampton East 3188 email: email@example.com site: www.moira.org.au You can apply online.
COMMUNITY FUNDING OFFICER
Responsible for the co-ordination and promotion of Council’s Community Funding and Sponsorship Programs. This challenging role will require a dynamic individual to liaise with a range of stakeholders to enhance and strengthen our diverse community. The ideal applicant will have experience in community development, working with small community groups, co-ordination of funding programs and / or administration systems and procedures. For further information please contact Tony Ball on 9747 7396. All applicants must address the key selection criteria contained in the Position Description which can be obtained from Council’s web-site or by contacting Diana Pickering on 9747 7233. Applications are to be addressed “Private & Confidential” and forwarded to the Human Resources Manager, Shire Of Melton, PO Box 21, Melton, 3337 no later than 5pm Friday 18 May 2007. You can apply online.
HEALTH PROMOTION COORDINATOR – Food Security. (Western Region Health Centre)
The role includes: Working within well established health promotion structures and supportive management and policy frameworks; co-ordinating the planning, implementation and evaluation of the organisation’s Integrated Health Promotion Plan; working with dedicated HP officers and other multidisciplinary staff; partnering with local agencies and community members on community food security issues.For a position description please contact Abbey Marie on 9680 1153.Please send applications to: Lindy Marlow, Program Manager Community Health, 72-78 Paisley St, Footscray 3011 You can apply online.
The Commercial Manager will be responsible for the profitability, positioning and strategic direction of the Commercial Services Division. The successful applicant will have 3 direct reports and indirectly hold responsibility for 25.The role will have three main responsibility areas: Business Planning & Development, Project Work and Leadership. This will encompass the following accountabilities: Review and development of product offerings in terms of product development, strategic direction and growth opportunities; production and sponsoring of the business and operational plan; and the presentation of this to the board; identification and development of new business ideas and also strategic partnerships; lead, develop and inspire your direct reports with regards to day-to-day operations and future departmental development.The successful applicant will be Degree level qualified as a minimum in a business or analytical discipline. Telephone enquiries can be made to on 03 9235 5100 quoting reference number JFB46763. You can apply online.
PROGRAM MANAGER – Starlight Children’s Foundation
The Starlight Childrens Foundation has been working since 1988 to brighten the lives of all seriously ill and hospitalised children and their families, throughout Australia.
Key programs include The Starlight Express Rooms in major Paediatric hospitals across Australia, Starlight Express Vans visiting metropolitan and regional Australia and Starlight Fun Centres for bedside entertainment. As Program Manager the successful applicant will be responsible for the delivery of these high quality programs to meet Starlights values and mission with an emphasis on relationship management and maximising the team!More specifically you will be responsible for: managing the state program team ensuring high standards of teamwork and program delivery; fostering and extending long term relationships within the health sector to gain support for Starlights programs and identify new opportunities and trends; managing and coordinating activities of the programs team; managing expenditure inline with budgets; promote Starlight and extend its awareness across the state
Work with Partnerships team to increase corporate involvement and sponsorship whilst ensuring outcomes are Programs led, and be involved in reviewing and developing new Program initiatives.To be successful you will have at least five years experience in people management, program delivery or project management with the ability to lead, motivate and support the team. You can apply online.
PROGRAM MANAGER- Operational management
Mental Illness Fellowship Victoria is a high profile organisation that works with people with mental illness and their families to improve wellbeing. The organisation has a reform agenda and provides education, support and advocacy. In collaboration with Bayside Health, the Prevention & Recovery Program is a residential initiative that will provide a participant focused model of care. The Mental Illness Fellowship Victoria is now seeking an innovative leader to establish the program and further enhance their service delivery. To be successful in this role you will: Have leadership experience; be tertiary qualified in an appropriate discipline; demonstrate exceptional networking skills with the ability to influence key stakeholders internally and externally.Experience in the mental health sector and an allied health background will be well regarded. A background in operational management is essential. This is an opportunity to join an innovative, client focused organisation. Please contact Fiona Lynch on (03) 96455500, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website, www.mhr.com.au to view a full PD and register your application. You can apply online.
REGIONAL SUSTAINABILITY PROJECT COORDINATOR
The Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) has been a strong and effective voice for the environment for 40 years and is committed to inspiring people to achieve a healthy environment for all Australians. The ACF are seeking a highly skilled Regional Sustainability Project Coordinator who wants to make a real difference to urban and peri-urban sustainability and lead the development of a best practice regional sustainability framework for the Werribee Plains region. The position is based in ACF’s office in the innovative 60L Green Building in Melbourne. Position description and application details on www/acfonline.org.au (Work for ACF) or phone (03) 93451111 You can apply online.
CLINIC COORDINATOR, KUTJUNGKA CLINICS
Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services Council are seeking an experienced registered nurse or senior Aboriginal Health Worker to fill the role of Clinical Coordinator, covering three remote Aboriginal community controlled health service clinics in the Kutjungka REGION of Western Australia.The Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services Council (KAMSC) is both a direct clinical service provider in five remote Aboriginal communities, as well as a REGIONal health resource BODY for a group of independent Aboriginal community controlled health services across the Kimberley.As Kutjungka Clinic Coordinator, you will be responsible for ensuring that the day to day clinical activities of the multidisciplinary team of Aboriginal health workers, nurses, GPs, and visiting specialists and allied health staff are provided in a coordinated, professional, confidential and culturally safe manner. Approximately 60% of time is allocated to administrative tasks, with the remaining 40% of time in a direct clinical service role. You will be supported by the Kutjungka Health Services Manager, the PMHC CEO based in Balgo, and the extensive network of support provided through the REGIONal KAMSC team.
For further information about the role, contact Bruce Smythe, Kutjungka Health Services Manager on 08 9168 8953 or email@example.com For Application Packages visit the KAMSC website at www.kamsc.org.au and follow the employment link. You can apply online.
TEAM LEADER-Child Protection and Family Services
The Team Leader within Child Protection Services provide supervision, consultation, advice and direction to staff. The successful applicant will be: a leader, able to make clear decisions regarding children within the child protection section; organised and an efficient time manager; committed to managing and supporting staff.If this opportunity appeals to you, you may wish to discuss it with Amanda Howard on (03) 8585-6000. To apply online and view the job description, visit www.dhs.vic.gov.au/careers Please quote position Reference No.: DHS/STH/70025490 You can apply online.
EXECUTIVE OFFICER- Short Term Strategic Role
Supporting the Chairperson, the successful applicant will provide key administrative support covering: establishing sound office systems; coordinating meeting schedules; mapping information to be contained within a user friendly intranet site; public interface. You will have the capacity to become familiar with relevant statutory regulations and possess a proactive approach to gaining this information.Advantageous to your application will be your exposure to tribunal, court system or case management environments. Highly desirable is also your computer knowledge and skills, project coordination background and experience.This is initially a 2 month contract role with the view to extension or permanency for a highly performing individual. If this opportunity interests you, please do not hesitate to apply as we propose to recruit immediately.To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact our Melbourne office on (03) 9622 2333 quoting Ref No. 3A/10746 You can apply online.
COMMUNITY PLANNER AND RESEARCHER
The successful applicant will be responsible for: leading Council in social/strategic planning, community development and policy/research to ensure current & future needs of the community are met; identifying & implementing Council responses to crucial community issues & concerns; undertaking strategy & policy development in consultation with relevant stakeholders. To be successful in this position you will have a tertiary qualification in social planning or other relevant field, along with demonstrated ability, experience & knowledge in social planning & policy development. You will have an excellent understanding of community networks & possess the ability to encourage participation of the community & stakeholders in social planning processes. A position description can be access via the website: www.maribyrnong.vic.gov.au or by contacting the Organisational Development Section on (03) 9688 0585. For further information please contact Nick Matteo, Manager Community Planning & Advocacy on (03) 9317 0211. Written applications, addressing the selection criteria close 5pm on Friday 18th May 2007 and should be addressed to: Ms. Dina Pratt, Manager Organisational Development, Maribyrnong City Council, PO Box 58, FOOTSCRAY VIC 3011
or emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org Or you can apply online.
FINANCE COORDINATOR Part-time (3 days per week) *
Kids Under Cover is a not-for-profit organisation established in Victoria. Kids Under Cover are seeking an experienced Finance Coordinator to join our dynamic team. This role is a part time position (3 days per week) with responsibilities as follows: accounts processing – payable and receivable; bank reconciliations and invoicing; petty cash and banking – banking into appropriate bank accounts, knowledge in internet banking and electronic transfers; payroll – fortnightly payroll including all leave entitlements, superannuation, salary packaging arrangements, and PAYG summary and statements; preparation of quarterly BAS statements and monthly IAS; provide external auditors with accurate information for annual accounts • Prepare year end financials and other reports as needed; prepare Board reports; ensure reports are in line with legal reporting requirements; assist with preparation of annual operating budgets • aintain and verify Fixed Asset Register, knowledge in depreciation is important • Compliance – maintain and ensure registrations are current and up to date It is important potential applicants read the full position description found in the Staff listing under the ‘About Us’ tab at www.kuc.org.au For your application to be considered, each selection criteria in the position description needs to be addressed. Total package: $35,100 plus super (inclusive of salary packaging) Applications close Friday, 25 May 2007 Applications must be addressed to: Mrs Sharon March Admin Manager Kids Under Cover PO Box 3038, Richmond VIC 3121 or email to email@example.com For further information please contact Sharon on 9429 7444
CUSTOMER SERVICE OFFICER Benetas (Frankston) * _________________________________________________________________________ Benetas is a not-for-profit aged care services organisation providing residential, community and direct care for the elderly. We provide care and support to more than 2,000 older people across Melbourne, the Mornington Peninsula and regional Victoria. An opportunity exists for a Customer Service Officer to join our 50-bed low care residential facility located in Frankston. The successful candidate will provide administrative support functions for the site and a “front of house” customer service to residents, families, visitors and staff of the facility. The successful candidate will have: proven experience in customer servicE; intermediate to advanced skills in Microsoft Word and Excel (Powerpoint is an advantage); excellent communication skills – face to face and via phone; problem solving skills; prompt and efficient administrative skills.Benefits include:Training, development and career opportunities, salary packaging – to increase your take home pay, work/life balance, maternity/paternity leave, full support from our People Development department. To discuss your interest in the role or for further information, please call Stephanie Clark on 03 9781 3411.To view essential requirements and a position description please visit www.benetas.com.au/careers Applications to: Stephanie Clark, Benetas St Paul’s Court, 13-15 Nolan Street, Frankston, VIC 3199 t: 03 9781 3411 f: 03 9781 5010 e: firstname.lastname@example.org Applications close: 25/05/07
MAINTENANCE OFFICER Full-time Benetas St George’s – Altona Meadows * __________________________________________________________________________ The successful candidate will be responsible for the coordination of the overall upkeep and maintenance of buildings and grounds and to perform hands on where required. Applicant must have: Previous building maintenance experience (essential), A broad range of skills and knowledge of basic building construction, The ability to co-ordinate trades persons. · Self motivated and the ability to work with limited supervision, A mature and responsible nature with an empathy and sensitivity to the needs of the elderly. Benefits include: Training, development and career opportunities Salary packaging – to increase your take home pay, Work/life balance, Maternity/paternity leave, Full support from our support services departments including Human Resources and Pastoral Care. To discuss your interest in the role or for further information, please call Jenny Williams on 03 9315 7811. To view essential requirements and a position description please visit www.benetas.com.au/careers Applications to: Jenny Williams, Benetas St Georges, 13-19 Howard Street, Altona Meadows, VIC 3028 t: 03 9315 7811 f: 03 9315 7080 e: email@example.com
MARKETING OFFICER- Frankston *
The ideal candidate will have a strong sales / marketing background, preferably with experience in successfully assisting disadvantaged job seekers to obtain sustainable employment. To be successful in this role you will need: Sales and / or Marketing understanding and a strong customer service attitude, Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills, Proven capacity to build effective business relationships, Excellent self-management skills, including sound record keeping and performance analysis, Drive and enthusiasm to succeed in a competitive, outcome focussed environment, To be able to work both independently and within a team environment, Empathy with disadvantaged job seekers, Initiative and self-motivation. Before applying please read the Job Profile which is available by clicking ‘Work@WISE’ on our website at www.wiseemployment.com.au If you possess the required skills, knowledge and attributes you are encouraged to send your application, including a covering letter specifically addressing the selection criteria mentioned in this advertisement, to: firstname.lastname@example.org Applications close Tuesday 15 May 2007
TEAM LEADER *
A full time position exists at our inner east Day Program facility. This position oversees programs, staff and participants at the Day Program Centre and in the Community. Responsible for the development and implementation of programs, budget, maintenance, and other administrative duties.Maintains regular contact with clients’ families and carers, liaises with DHS, other Able Australia program staff ,other agencies in order to provide a flexible, person centred approach for all day program participants. Applicants must have level 2 first aid and a clear driving licence. The applicant must have excellent communication skills (including written), and knowledge of Person Centred Planning. For further information regarding this position contact Alex 98897048 For position description or applications apply to email@example.com Closing date 21 th May, 2007
OFFICE MANAGER- Full-time or part-time *
Benetas is a leading and award-winning not-for-profit provider of aged care services. We now have an opportunity for an Office Manager to manage the effective use of the Central Office facilities, utilities and administrative services. An opportunity exists to manage the effective use of the Central Office facilities, utilities and administrative services. This is a role for a person who thrives on process improvement, administration systems and has proven experience in co-ordinating and delivering at this high level. Other essential criteria: excellent liaison skills and strong customer focus, solid administrative experience, high energy and the ability to meet deadlines, ability to work across multiple projects. To discuss your interest in the role or for further information, please call Margaret Titulaer on 03 8823 7916. To view essential requirements and a position description please visit www.benetas.com.au/careers Applications to: Nancy Stephan, Benetas, PO Box 5093, Glenferrie Sth, VIC 3122 f: 03 9822 6870 e: firstname.lastname@example.org Applications close: 18/05/07