St Vincent de Paul Society is a global organisation that operates in 130 countries and has over 950,000 members. The St Vincent de Paul Society’s 40,000 members and volunteers across Australia work hard to assist people in need and to combat social injustice.
St Vincent de Paul Society has an exciting opportunity for two Youth Facilitators to join their team in Brisbane!
The main purpose of this role is to implement, encourage and coordinate youth activities which assist young adults to engage with the Society, deepen their faith, and help others.
A key focus of this position will involve working as part of the State team to coordinate activities and involvement at both a State and Diocesan level with World Youth day activities.
This role offers plenty of work variety, as well as the chance to work both autonomously and as part of a dynamic team!
This is so much more than a ‘desk job’: you will be given plenty of opportunities to liaise with a wide range of people and work outside of the office!
You will enjoy opportunities for career advancement, and on-the-job and off-site training will allow you to develop and improve your skill base!
A supportive and friendly organisational culture will further increase your job satisfaction!
The successful candidates will enjoy an attractive remuneration package, circa $34,000, negotiable based on qualifications and experience.
Mission Australia, a leading not-for-profit organisation with over 320 across metropolitan and regional Australia, aims to empower disadvantaged and isolated individuals, families and communities by giving them the support they need to get back on track, and lead more fulfilling lives.
Mission Australia has a fantastic opportunity for a full time Systems / Admin. Manager to join their team!
The main aim of this role is to coordinate service delivery to ABC Developmental Learning Centres and the National Institute for Early Childhood Education (NIECE) on all matters related to Australian Apprenticeships.
Formal qualifications are not essential, although you should have strong organisational and time management skills, with strong attention to detail.
Mission Australia is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer, offering a friendly, supportive, and professional organisational culture.
You will receive opportunities for training and professional development, as well as career advancement within this national organisation!
Your efforts will be rewarded with a competitive remuneration package! In addition, generous salary packaging will significantly increase the net value of your salary.
* Full Time, Permanent, 38 hours/week
* SACS Award 7 and salary packing options
MDA is seeking applications from suitably qualified human service managers who have a sound knowledge of the implementation and management of human service programs within a cross-cultural environment including managing service delivery within a case management framework, budget and HR resource management. This program provides settlement case co-ordination for all humanitarian entrants and refugees settling in Brisbane.
Recruitment pack – phone (07) 3337 5408. For further enquiries phone Leanne Tu’ipulotu on (07) 3337 5411. Applications close 10.00am 4/6/2007. Previous applicants need not re-apply. MDA is an equal employment opportunity employer and encourages people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to apply.
Our client is a community based, not for profit, Incorporated Association and the peak provider in Queensland of services to children and adults with special needs. They draw on the experience gained during their 40 year history and provide services such as Education and Therapy programs, training, family support, respite services and counselling.
This newly created position will oversee the activities run by the Registered Training Organisation (RTO) as well as work in conjunction with the strategic direction of the company. Reporting to the CEO and working closely with the senior management team, your key responsibilities will include:
Develop the RTO as a strong revenue steam for the association
Develop and implement marketing plans to promote, develop and grow the RTO
Develop, implement and monitor the RTO’s annual budget
Oversee administrative processes and ensure compliance standards are met
Network with training providers in the identification and development of relevant training packages for the association
Develop, market and facilitate training products implemented and ensure the training is carried out by appropriate trainers
Source funding from government and corporate entities
The successful applicant will be tertiary qualified in a business related field, hold a Certificate IV in Workplace Assessment & Training plus show previous experience with marketing principals. Experience within the NFP sector would be highly regarded however not essential. Proficiency with MS Suite and experience with PowerPoint presentations are essential.
You will be self motivated and work autonomously, be able to engage people and have superior written and verbal communication skills. You must also use your own initiative to make choices on your daily activities. There will also be the need to maintain work quality and performance during tight schedules.
A current driver’s licence, Suitability Card (Blue Card) and a Criminal History check will be required as will completion of Selection Criteria. To find out more about this great opportunity, please contact Melinda Buckle on (07) 3221 6616 or email@example.com and to apply for the role, please click on the link below.
Our client is a well recognised and valuable not-for-profit Queensland health / disability support organisation that was established over 30 years ago.
As well as supporting individuals with the condition and their families, the organisation focuses on advocacy, research, and information. Our client is also dedicated to increasing public awareness and understanding of the condition.
Due to expansion of services, our client is currently seeking a Capacity Building Manager to join their team.
The main aim of the role is to increase the financial and commercial standing of the organisation, in order to further increase its success and service delivery capacity.
The successful candidate will work from our client’s Queensland head office, conveniently situated on the city fringe of Brisbane (less than 5 minutes drive from the heart of the CBD). There is plenty of public transport available in this area.
As mentioned earlier, the organisation offers a close-knit and dynamic team environment. In addition the employer strongly supports training and professional development and you will be given the opportunity to increase your skills and experience within this enjoyable role.
If you are looking for a job that contributes to the community and people in need, rather than just delivering financial rewards to the individual, this is the role for you!
Relationships Australia Queensland (RAQ) is a not-for-profit organisation that has been providing counselling and education services to Queensland and northern New South Wales families for over 56 years.
The organisation provides relationship support to people regardless of age, religion, gender, cultural or economic background. We are committed to enhancing the lives of communities, families and individuals and supporting positive and respectful relationships.
Cairns, Australia’s premier regional city, is the international gateway to North Queensland. Located approximately 1700 km from Brisbane and 2500km from Sydney, Cairns is a vibrant cosmopolitan city and its residents enjoy an enviable tropical lifestyle.
A vibrant expansion of population is underway in the Cairns region. Forecasts indicate an increase from 234,849 in 2004 to an estimated 280,108 in 2021. As new people bring new ideas, innovation and fresh energy to the region, its vigorous multicultural and international focus will continue to develop and prosper. As well as a strong economy, the Cairns region boasts excellent educational and health facilities, as well as an affordable cost of living.
Cairns residents are proud custodians of two of the world’s greatest natural treasures: the Great Barrier Reef and the Wet Tropics Rainforests. Both of these wonderful attractions are World Heritage listed, and there are very few places on Earth where two such treasures rest side by side.
RAQ currently has a position available for a Branch Manager to oversee the Cairns branch.
The primary purpose of the position is to manage the provision of client services such as counselling and education as required. You will also play a key role in promoting the services of the Branch and programs to the community.
Given Relationship Australia’s success and growth, the successful candidate will receive opportunities for career development and progression. An individual with a commitment to professional growth would therefore be perfect for this opportunity.
RAQ will offer the right candidate:
* An extremely satisfying and fulfilling role, within a supportive team environment
* A competitive starting salary circa $56,318 – $58,808 (dependent on qualifications and experience) plus superannuation
* Generous salary packaging (including the option to package a motor vehicle) which significantly increases the net value of your salary
* Assistance with relocation expenses, if required
* Assistance in professional development and career expansion
* Be Your Own Boss
* Work Outdoors
* $43,000-$49,000 Package Plus Incentives
Located 5 minutes northwest of Ipswich a motivated owner is seeking a motivated person to run an established business. You will be spoilt with pristine countryside and you will have the opportunity to run a successful business.
Reporting to the owner your responsibilities include managing casual staff totalling 20 employees. Strong customer service skills in dealing with corporate clients who are seeking an adventure in team activities in a bush setting. Your role is demanding and fun.
Your success will be assured with your superior organisational and communication skills. Previous management experience with staff is required along with your commercial acumen. No qualifications are required.
Apply now for a fulfilling career within the growing leisure industry.
Call Sarah on 0421 757 555
Our client is an independent national planning, property and urban design consultancy.
They provide a wide range of disciplines, knowledge and skills, covering the built, economic and social environments.
Their reputation for quality and professionalism is outstanding.
They are forward thinking and innovative in their thinking. As a result they have extremely low staff turnover and are an extremely sought after firm to work for. Their projects are diverse and they are continually leading change.
Due to continued growth they currently have an opportunity for a Senior Social Planner to join their Sydney team. The role of the Senior Social Planner involves undertaking a range of tasks as directed in relation to the day- to-day operation of the Social Research and Planning Division.
Currently this division’s focus is in the areas of social planning, social research, social infrastructure and sustainability.
Key Responsibilities associated with this role are as follows
• Servicing client requirements and maintaining client relationships
• Project Management
• Direct management of projects.
• Effective workload planning of yourself and others.
This role will see you mixing with leading personnel within the QLD planning market.
Remuneration associated with this position will dependant on skills and experience. In addition to the salary package there is also the opportunity to earn bonuses in the areas of performance and new business.
In addition to these benefits you will be able to benefit from a company blackberry, 5 weeks leave and salary continuance insurance.
To apply for this role click the apply now button or send your cv in the strictest of confidence to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Kay Farnell on 02 9966 0969
Our client is based in Fortitude Valley and offers a diverse and extensive array of services aimed at supporting the social welfare of the Australian community as a whole. They are a proactive innovative team of managers, counsellors and administration staff who are committed to delivering professional guidance to those in need.
You will be an integral part of the administration team in Counselling Services and therefore privy to issues of a highly confidential and sensitive nature. It will be your responsibility to liaise with callers and make the appointments for the counsellors in a timely, efficient manner exercising empathy and discretion. It is imperative that your people skills have been finely tuned in this area so a background in community services would be highly regarded but not essential if you have “appointment making” skills eg: medical, call centre etc.
You must be able to demonstrate a good degree of knowledge in processing data and statistical information so accurate data entry skills are very imporant. You should possess a high level of administrative ability and your skills in typing (50 wpm), Microsoft Word, Outlook and Internet are also very important to fulfill the requirements of the position.
We are seeking an individual who can work independently without direct supervision, possess flexibility and willingness to carry out other duties including relief reception and rostered evening work (6:30pm the latest, currently 2 nights every 6 weeks) with time off in lieu. You must have a current driver’s licence and eligibility for a “working with children check” (Blue Card)
If you feel confident in fulfilling the above mentioned duties please forward your resume attention to Sue Morris. Please include a current contact number, your availability and your salary expectation.
An exciting opportunity exists for an enthusiastic individual to join leading Brisbane based non-profit organisation, Sporting Wheelies and Disabled Association.
This is a fantastic opportunity to support participation of people with disabilities in recreation and sporting activities within Queensland region.
This is a full-time position on a 38-hour per week basis with flexible working hours. Applicants possessing or working towards a Diploma/Degree in the area of recreation, sport, physical education or have industry experience in sport and recreation will be considered favourably.
For the complete position description and application process, or for more information, contact Dean Potgieter on e-mail: email@example.com or by calling Ph (07) 3253 3333.
Applications close: Monday 28 of May 2007 by 5pm.
Our client, based in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley, is dedicated to raising funds for not-for-profit and charity organisations. They currently have a brilliant opportunity available within their highly skilled team for an Accounts Manager to work under the direction of the Head of Client Services.
Client care through maintaining strong relationships with clients and maintaining high service standards is critical to this role. As Account Manager, you will be responsible for ensuring that the charities receive excellent customer care and that campaigns are managed efficiently and successfully to ensure that commitments to clients are met.
– Experience in managing relationships with clients
– Demonstrated project management and planning skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines and performance targets, and the ability to work effectively under pressure
– Excellent written and numerical accuracy with a good attention to detail
– Ability to write, format and produce reports and proposals that are to the point
– WIllingness and ability to learn and gain new skills through on the job training and personal development
– A great sense of humour and the ability to work effectively as part of a team!!
To learn more about this exciting opportunity, please apply online and we will contact you soon!