(Indigenous youth leadership & other grant programs)
A unique opportunity has arisen to join The Foundation for Young Australians, a national grant making organisation committed to developing initiatives that support and empower young Australians.
We are seeking a Team Leader to manage the delivery of the Indigenous Youth Leadership Programme (a national scholarship and leadership programme for young Indigenous people undertaking secondary and tertiary studies), manage grant rounds, grant partnerships and support funded initiatives.
This full time position requires a collaborative approach to working with Indigenous young people and their communities. Knowledge and experience working in secondary or tertiary education sector, and frequent interstate travel is also a requirement of this position. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.
Position descriptions and application information is available on www.youngaustralians.org or call (03) 9670 5436.
Team Leader salary range: $55,000 – 62,500pa (excl. super) Applications close: Monday 16th July 2007.
# $54,788 p.a. (Band 6) Full-time
# Career development opportunity
# Ref. 3SD021
As part of a small team of community development and community safety professionals you will strengthen and develop communities within Hume City. Your drive to make a difference will enable you to enhance community life and build community capacity through active and practical engagement with a diverse range of stakeholders.
Highly skilled in community development and with a sound understanding of Local Government you will develop, implement and coordinate projects, plans, and policies to support community members and organisations conducting local initiatives. Partnership negotiation, resourcing community consultative committees and strengthening community wellbeing and social cohesion are a major focus of this position. Your ability to work with diverse groups, to influence stakeholders and effectively manage projects is essential.
Please obtain an Information Kit and Position Description from Teena Moffatt on (03) 9205 2437 or visit our website: www.hume.vic.gov.au For further information contact Jill Scanlon, Coordinator Community Safety & Development, on (03) 9205 2377.
Applications, which must address the selection criteria and include the reference number, will be received until Friday, 22 June 2007 and should be addressed to: Manager Human Resources, Hume City Council, P.O. Box 119, Dallas, 3047, or forwarded by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
In this newly created role you will lead and manage ACFs national GreenHome Program and play a key role in creating an ecologically sustainable Australia. This is a wonderful opportunity for a highly strategic person with outstanding leadership capacity and proven business development, fundraising and relationship building experience to make a real difference for the environment.
The position is based in ACFs office in the award winning 60L Green Building in Melbourne.
Position description and application details on www.acfonline.org.au (work for ACF) or phone (03) 9345 1111
Parks Victoria is committed to maintaining the health of the natural environment and of our parks and reserves, while providing a range of excellent visitor services – so that all Victorians can visit them to relax or exercise their bodies and minds – Healthy Parks, Healthy People. A key development opportunity now exists in the Corporate Strategy Division for a Strategic Planner that will help to shape the future direction of Parks Victoria.
Reporting to the Manager of Corporate Strategy you will provide analysis and advice on strategic business improvement initiatives to enhance business sustainability and provide support to improve and monitor organisational performance. Specifically this will involve:
# Advising senior management of critical business improvement needs that impact on business sustainability.
# Developing and presenting business plans.
# Providing support to the coordination of complex funding bids.
# Assisting in the development of major funding submissions and annual budget bids.
To succeed in this role you will ideally have experience in managing business improvement projects or general project coordination within a government context, and have an understanding of business improvement frameworks. An ability to liaise with stakeholders and build collaborative relationships is essential to your success. In return you will be offered an opportunity to contribute your ideas to high impact projects and business cases, to build your reputation and opportunities to progress within the organisation.
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Sonia Tumino in our Melbourne office on (03) 9623 6513, quoting Ref No. BZ/24412.
Recognised as a leading membership association this group has a reputation for providing its members with innovative and cutting edge training and development programs.
Reporting to the Corporate Relationship Manager and working as part of a small and dynamic team this role will provide the successful incumbent with the opportunity to assist in shaping and develop talent within its specialist sector.
This challenging role will see you responsible for the delivery of all training courses run by the organsiation for its members and private “in-house” courses run for the organisations corporate clients.
Responsible for all aspects of delivering these courses from content delivery including competency mapping through to facilitators and logistic management you will relish the opportunity to utalise your pervious education experience in conjunction with your savvy business acumen as you tailor programs to meet the needs of this growing group.
With a demonstrable track record in adult education, exceptional communication and stakeholder management skills this exciting national role will see you well rewarded.
To enquire further, please contact Dianne Southouse in our Melbourne office on 03 9825 4157. When responding, please quote 35-715498. Confidentiality is assured.
The Cancer Council Victoria is seeking a mature, friendly and well-organised individual to join our close-knit and dedicated HR team, following the retirement of our Volunteer Recruitment Officer.
With responsibility for the recruitment, issues management and support of all office based volunteers, the position also involves the monitoring of volunteer policy and procedures and facilitating volunteer orientation programs. With frequent liaison with internal units in the support, retention and recruitment of approximately 235 volunteers, this role is sure to suit an individual searching for variety, people contact and community involvement.
With tertiary qualifications or sound experience in a people management or people focused role, you will have a high-level of understanding of the needs of volunteers and strong interpersonal skills to interact with individuals from diverse backgrounds and age groups. Recruitment and volunteer experience will hold you in good stead for this rewarding role.
In return we can offer a flexible and friendly work environment, a commitment to professional development, and a central location close to public transport and lunchtime shopping!
This part-time opportunity (2 days per week) offers a Total Equivalent Package Value within the range $42,027-$46,694 pa pro-rata (includes base salary, superannuation, annual leave loading and maximum additional pre-tax benefit of salary packaging).
For a position description (Key Selection Criteria) and further information visit www.cancervic.org.au or contact Tanya Robbins on (03) 9635 5399.
You must address the Key Selection Criteria in a separate document as part of your application, and include a cover letter and your resume.
Applications close Friday 22 June 2007.
The Cancer Council Victoria is a smokefree environment.
Be at the forefront of Local Government Planning
Based in Melbournes Inner suburbs
Competitive salary packages
An opportunity exists for an experienced Town Planner to join a dedicated and highly skilled planning department, which focuses on delivery high quality customer service and timely planning decisions to the community.
As a qualified, experienced and enthusiastic Town Planner, you will be working within a busy and experienced team environment with a diverse range of planning matters to consider.
The ideal candidate will possess the following:
# A tertiary qualification in Town Planning or Urban studies
# Relevant experience in Local Government Town Planning – statutory and/or strategic
# You will have highly developed communication skills and be able to deal with the full range of planning applications
# Strong negotiation and analytical skills as well as a sound understanding of the planning legislative framework
# Awareness of current trends and issues affecting town planning
# Current Victorian Drivers licence
This Council provides successful candidates with a welcoming, professional and flexible work environment, in addition to a competitive salary that is offered subject to experience and qualifications.
If you fit the above criteria then please call Natasha today for a confidential discussion.
If you are interested in this position, please contact Natasha Hines on + 61 3 9621 3399
With your health related background, flair for selling and ability to deliver results, you are now seeking to broaden your experience in business development and sales, and take on a role that offers diversity and the opportunity to contribute and really make your mark.
The First Aid Health and Safety Services department delivers quality accredited First Aid and Occupational Health and Training programs and First Aid products, with revenue raised going back to your local community through programs and services, such as Patient Transport and Emergency Services.
As Business Development Officer, you will be responsible for managing an existing client base as well as establishing and developing new commercial business within identified target sectors throughout Metropolitan and Regional Victoria. You will also contribute to the development and implementation of the department’s National Business Plan, marketing strategies and local work plans.
As a motivated and enthusiastic individual, you have experience within a similar role and a proven track record of achieving sales/revenue targets. Your ability to professionally establish and maintain business relationships underpins your solid interpersonal and communication skills and high focus on customer service. Strong negotiation skills, time management and an ability to work independently as well as part of a team, are all important attributes for success. A willingness to work flexible hours and regular travel is required, for which a vehicle will be provided.
To register your interest for this opportunity, applications including a resume, and statement addressing the selection criteria as set out in the position description (downloadable from www.redcross.org.au should be forwarded to: email@example.com or post to Lisa Dostis, Human Resources, Australian Red Cross – Victoria, 23-47 Villiers Street, North Melbourne, 3051 by no later than 5pm. Further queries can be directed to Peter Gostelow on 83277848.
Join our team in brand new premises at an exciting time in the development of this program. We look for innovative, creative staff who are committed team players.
Opportunity for experienced practitioner to join our Integrated Family Services Team based in Yarra Ranges. You’ll work with families experiencing significant difficulties that impact on parenting and family life and aim to improve the social, emotional and health outcomes for children and young people.
You’ll need a demonstrated knowledge of the child protection and family care system and a clear understanding of risk assessment. You’ll need to have effective team work skills and skills in a range of theoretical approaches and interventions.
Please obtain a position description by going to www.anglicarevic.org.au or contact Gaby Thomson on (03) 5962 3255. Please apply, nominating three referees, by 22 June 2007 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Sales Director of Fundraising / Melbourne
* $60k base plus bonus and superannuation
* OTE $90k
We are looking for an outstanding individual to take this rare opportunity and make a significant difference to the future of Australia. Our Wilderness Defender fundraising program, now into it’s tenth year, is an integral part our organisations campaign success.
The Wilderness Society is a national environmental organisation initiating science based conservation to combat climate change. Our local campaigns and projects also protect Australia’s ecology, marine life and water catchments.
We now have the opportunity for an innovative and experienced leader to drive our inspirational national face to face fundraising program.
Play a key role in our organisation’s continued success. As a brilliant manager of people and projects you will strive to increase growth by strengthening our well established and successful teams and build our program in exciting greenfield markets.
Reporting to the National Program Director, you will manage Regional Directors, implement new sales initiatives and retention and reward programs and assist in policy development and strategic planning. You have experience of project and change management a demonstrated ability to manage expense and revenue budgets.
If you have a track record in managing face to face / door to door sales or fundraising teams on a national level, then here’s a chance to use your passion for success to combat climate change and save our old growth forests!
To apply send your expression of interest and C.V click apply now, or email email@example.com
To enquire about this fantastic opportunity please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or click apply now.
* DEST Level 2 (APS 5)
* $52,989 – $55,998
* Indigenous Education Branch, VIC State Office
The Victorian State Office of DEST is involved in the development and implementation of Australian Government policy in education, science and training, along with a broader involvement in Whole of Government initiatives in social policy issues.
DEST Victoria is looking for people who have initiative, a commitment to excellence, strong analytical and problem solving capabilities, an ability to think conceptually as well as creatively, the capacity to communicate effectively with stakeholders, and to work within a team environment. The positions will be located in the Melbourne State Office however there will be a requirement to undertake regular travel within Victoria and interstate.
This position is an ‘Identified Position’ because part of, or all of the duties involve the development of policy or programmes relating to Indigenous Australian people, and/or involve interaction with Indigenous Australian communities.
For more information about the position, please contact Stacey Campton on (03) 9920 4635.
Applications Close: 21 June 2007
For selection documentation, including selection, please click on the Apply Now button below. You will be directed to the DEST Job Opportunities website to begin the application process.
If you are motivated to work for the greater good but need a paid position, this may be the job for you. We are looking for high-energy, outspoken, and articulate individuals who want to be a part of a company committed to positive social change.
Public Outreach is a new fundraising consultancy operating in Melbourne. We use a respectful, low-pressure style of fundraising, and pay all our employees a guaranteed wage, with NO commission. We are currently conducting a very successful campaign for Friends of the Earth, and need confident, outgoing people to help build our team by taking on the role of Fundraising Supervisor for our face-to-face campaigns.
Fundraising Supervisors must:
• Fundraise at least 65% of their time & exceed fundraising targets
• Maintain highest standard of quality control for the crew
• Trouble shoot any and all possible contingencies
• HR: Recruit, Train, Motivate, Support, Discipline, Energize
• Explore better locations and methods to raise money
• Be innovative and continually learn
The successful candidate will have:
• Demonstrated skills in face-to-face fundraising or sales
• Excellent communication skills
• Ability to work in a team and to motivate others
• Creative problem-solving skills
• Energy, enthusiasm, and a strong desire to promote positive change in the community
Full and part time positions are available. $18-20/hour (depending on experience) plus benefits. Full training is provided, and fully paid.
If you would like to become a professional with a global conscience, email your C.V. and a cover letter to email@example.com
Do you want to manage a team of like-minded, highly passionate and driven individuals?
Are you passionate about the development of Emergency Services and supporting people in crisis?
Australian Red Cross is part of the world’s largest humanitarian network. Our vision – to improve the lives of vulnerable people in Australia and internationally by mobilising the power of humanity – is shared by members, volunteers and employees.
The Australian Red Cross Victoria has a long history in the provision of services to individuals affected by crisis and emergencies. Providing leadership to a team of highly passionate and driven individuals, you will be responsible for co-ordinating the provision of Emergency Operations, Catering, Single Incident Support and Emergency First Aid across the Victorian region. You will also undertake regular state wide travel in this role.
As a self-motivated manager, you will have previous experience in Emergency Management, along with excellent interpersonal and people management skills. You will have a demonstrated ability to work effectively with a diverse range of people from senior managers to volunteers to the general public. A solid knowledge of financial and budgetary control activities, a track record in managing virtual teams and an ability to develop and deliver against key objectives and performance indicators is required. A customer service focus, strong networking skills and flexibility are also important attributes. You will have an intermediate knowledge of MS packages. Higher educational qualifications in a relevant discipline, and an understanding of Victoria’s emergency management arrangements would be highly regarded.
To register your interest for this opportunity, applications including a resume and statement addressing the selection criteria as set out in the position description (downloadable at www.redcross.org.au) should be forwarded to: firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to Lisa Dostis, HR Officer, 23-47 Villiers Street, North Melbourne 3001. Further information regarding the role can be made to Mairead Doyle, Group Manager – Operations on 0448 981 694
Red Cross is a child safe organisation, requiring all candidates to be screened for suitability to work with children, youth and vulnerable people.
Korumburra Recreation Centre Management Committee Inc.
Expressions of interest are sought for position of Centre Manager. The successful applicant will be responsible for management and promotion of the activities in the centre.
Job description and further details are available from the Chairman, Korumburra Recreation Centre Management Committee Inc. Phone: 5662 2529.
McArthur Management Services is an industry leader in recruitment of staff in Community Care, if you want to work with the best, have interesting and varied assignments and enjoy a work / life balance, have variety in where you work and what you do and in the meantime developing your skills, we have assignments within Local Government in all areas of Melbourne.
We are seeking experienced HACC assessment officers who want to make a difference in the community with their empathy, passion and expertise. You will be working within supportive teams in the Aged and Disability Division of Local Government, meeting with clients in their homes to do holistic assessments and reviews. You will need experience with Local Government Community Software such as Expedite, Sharikat or Carelink. A tertiary background in Nursing or Social Sciences is preferred, as is Local Government experience in Aged and Community Care.
Please call Renae to discuss this position or email your CV to email@example.com
* Exciting Opportunity
* $60-70k package
* Excellent Prospects
Exceptional opportunity to join this multilevel dual sector education, training and research service organisation.
As Fundraising Project Manager you will be responsible for fostering strong relationships both internally and externally of the organisation. This is a key support role. You will be integral in raising money from individuals, industry, and philanthropic associations to support the vision and goals of the organisation both domestically and internationally.
Supporting a team of two, you will be required to maintain effective communication with donors and recipients. You will develop donor agreements in consultations with donors and academic units. You will have a strong attention to detail and be required to review and document gifts, donations and bequests.
You will have experience within a previous administrative or coordinator role supporting a fundraising team. You will have the ability to build rapport with a variety of stakeholders and have well developed written and communication skills.
Great team environment, variety and significant career opportunity. Immediate start available.
Please contact Leanne McLoughney, quoting reference no: MEL/LMAD64002, Phone 61 3 8319 1111, Fax 61 3 8614 8700 or email by clicking the ‘Apply Now’ button below.
• Are you motivated to ensure that people with disabilities are able to participate in the community?
• Are you committed to enhancing a person’s quality of life and person centred planning?
• Are you keen to be part of a dynamic team and service?
Wesley Disability Community Services, a service of Wesley Mission Melbourne provides a range of community services to people with disabilities.
We have an outstanding temporary (possibly ongoing) opportunity for a highly motivated individual to join our team. Reporting to the Coordinator, Wesley Disability Community Services, you will be responsible for assisting individuals with a disability to create various pathways and opportunities enabling them to reach their long term employment aspirations. This position is based in Footscray.
The successful applicant will have relevant tertiary qualifications and previous experience in training and program development. In addition, you will have excellent interpersonal skills, assessment skills, knowledge of the disability and/or employment service system and experience working with culturally and linguistically diverse groups. A current Victorian driver’s licence is essential.
An attractive salary will be negotiated with the successful applicant. Salary packaging is also available.
A Police and Working with Children’s Check is mandatory. For a position description please call Daniel on 9776 1277 or via email Dfindley@wesley.org.au. Applications marked “Confidential” and addressing the key selection criteria are to be addressed to: The Manager, Wesley Disability Community Services, Locked Bag 8, A’Beckett St PO, Melbourne VIC 8006 (email applications are preferred). Applications close on 27 June 2007.
When providing additional documentation (eg cover letter or resume), file types that are acceptable are restricted to: Microsoft Word [DOC], Plain text [TXT] and Portable Document Format [PDF].
# 6 month project – ASAP Commencement
# State based systems role out
# CBD Base with some travel required
This high profile not for profit health organisation is focused on one of Australia’s major public health challenges and is at the forefront of delivering innovative programs to support its members and the wider community.
Working as part of the Business Operations Unit you will report to the Project’s Business Development Officer as you work towards the conversion and implementation of sub-agents and pharmacies from paper based stock ordering systems to an online ordering system.
With exceptional communication skills and a proven track record in training you will be responsible for training the staff and providing basic user support to your client base as the new system is rolled out across Victoria.
This role provides you with the rare opportunity to combine your training skills with your strong consumer focus whilst providing an essential service to a wide a diverse user group.
To enquire further, please contact Dianne Southouse in our Melbourne office on 03 9825 4157. When responding, please quote 35-715497. Confidentiality is assured.
* Key Leadership Position
* Strategic & Operational
* Make a difference!
CFA is one of the world’s largest and most highly regarded volunteer based emergency service organisations. It seeks to empower communities with the knowledge, skills and resources needed to manage their own safety in relation to fire and other emergencies and to contribute to the overall wellbeing and strengthening of communities.
This key leadership role is both strategic and operational and draws upon strengths in communication, people management, program planning and engagement with community, business and government. It will appeal to strategic thinkers and relationship builders who seek to make their mark by contributing to enhancing the profile of CFA and influencing significant change in community development throughout Victoria.
Your qualifications are most likely to be in education, community development or similar. Your experience will be within government, not-for-profit or community-based projects and may also include the management of high level integrated media campaigns. Achievement orientated, you have natural aptitude in communication, people and stakeholder management, strategic thinking and analysis and a strong desire to make a difference.
# Diverse High Profile Projects
# Complex Project Management
# Statewide Responsibility
# Concept to Delivery
Parks Victoria is the custodian of 18 per cent of the state’s land area which attracts over 70 million visitors to the state every year. Not only do these natural areas contribute to the health of the state, they also provide a diverse range of activities and services for all visitors. An exciting opportunity now exists to contribute to the commercial operations of the organisation, providing significant community and visitor benefits for Victoria.
Through the application of project management principles you will be responsible for the delivery of highly complex and diverse projects to enhance environmental outcomes to the community and the return on commercial activities. Utilising your creative and conceptual project development ability, you will effective plan project delivery and manage stakeholders to realise success. Specifically you will:
Lead the identification and implementation of new commercial projects.
Manage key strategic commercial projects and work with internal and external stakeholders to identify, assess and implement opportunities. Projects will include Great Ocean Walk, Point Nepean National Park, Carbon Trading, Harbour and Golf Course Development and Wilson Promontory to name a few.
Undertake financial assessments of major commercial opportunities.
Successful candidates will ideally possess relevant tertiary qualifications and demonstrated experience in delivering complex commercial projects. This is your opportunity to make a contribution community wide; in turn you will be rewarded with exposure to exciting and diverse environmental projects. Please note that this position is available on a full time and part time basis.
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Sonia Tumino at Hudson Victorian Government Master Vendor in our Melbourne office on (03) 9623 6513, quoting Ref No. BZ/24209.
Yarra Ranges Transport Integration Project
Do you have highly developed interpersonal skills and an ability to engage with a diverse range of stakeholders and develop strong partnerships? Are you a team player with project management skills and ability to manage sensitive situations and facilitate community building initiatives with sustainable outcomes? Have you got the commitment, drive and experience to help our communities find solutions to overcome transport disadvantage?
A 3 year contract is offered on $42,000 pa plus other benefits for a 30 hour week.
A position description and further information are available from Jan James on telephone 98707822 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Written applications should be emailed in word document to email@example.com or posted to the General Manager, EVRC First Floor, 36 New Street, RINGWOOD 3134. Applications close Friday 22 June 2007.
If you are inspired by the possibility of making a difference for the many people suffering from the growing epidemic of diabetes in this country, don’t miss this opportunity!
Working in the key role of coordinating the Philanthropic Trusts & Foundations submissions on behalf of the International Diabetes Institute (IDI), you will help inspire people across a broad section of the community to support our efforts in finding a cure for diabetes.
Working with one of the world’s leading authorities in diabetes research, education and care, your expertise as a fundraising professional will be well regarded and rewarded with a competitive salary and flexible working conditions.
Reporting directly to the Director Fundraising, Marketing & Communications, you will utilise your industry knowledge and experience to develop and manage the Institute’s grant strategies with a particular focus on expanding support for our important work.
You will have tertiary qualifications in communications, marketing or public relations together with 2 to 3 years experience working in a similar role in the not for profit sector.
You will also be responsible for building and maintaining relationships with key IDI stakeholders particularly with individual Trusts and Foundations and internal relations within this dynamic organisation.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and dedicated person who has excellent people and communication skills, initiative, and highly developed computer skills with the proven ability to manage multiple tasks in a team environment.
Your key responsibility at IDI will be to successfully project manage the Trust and Foundation submission process including: liaison with key IDI staff to identify projects that match Trust and Foundation guidelines, liaison with Trust and Foundation staff, writing the grant submissions, and responsibility for follow-up, evaluation and reporting.
If you possess the above skills and experience and are looking for a fresh challenge, contact John Boyle for a position description without delay by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out more about our vision, mission and services from www.diabetes.com.au. Applications can be lodged by email at the above address or by mail to: John Boyle, Director Fundraising, Marketing & Communications, International Diabetes Institute, PO Box 227, Caulfield South, Victoria. Applications close 5.00pm Wednesday 30th May.
Join an organisation that is making a difference to people’s lives! The Salvation Army, affectionately known as “the Salvos”, is one of Australia’s most loved and respected organisations. A modern, community-based Christian movement, it is also one of the largest and most diverse social welfare providers in the world, giving help to the most marginalised people in our society.
As part of the Public Relations team, your focus will be on assisting with the promotion of the Red Shield Appeal to increase media coverage and financial support. This will require you to build strong relationships with media, business and country outlets across Australia, prepare media releases, provide strategic communications advice and support, develop marketing strategies for fundraising appeals and handle general enquiries from the community. With relevant tertiary qualifications, you can point to a successful track record in multi-tasking and meeting deadlines within communications, public relations or marketing environments.
Your energy, resilience and confidence in your ability will equip you to actively contribute as an integral team player. Drawing on your excellent writing and literacy skills and interpersonal and communication traits, you are able to build solid relationships across a broad base. Well-developed organisational and time management skills, the ability to work
autonomously and high levels of self-motivation are key to success. Annual intra and interstate travel will be required. Location: Box Hill.
Interested? Applications quoting Ref. M1288 to Hunter Mollard Executive Search & Selection, 33 Agnes Street, East Melbourne Vic 3002. Email: email@example.com Phone: (03) 9662 4822. Fax: (03) 9662 4811
The Australian Greens Victoria (AGV) is seeking applications for the position of Victorian Federal Election Communications and Media Officer, based in our State office in the Melbourne CBD.
The position will work with the Party’s Victorian Federal Election Campaign Committee, lead Senate and lower house candidates to deliver a communications and media strategy for the election and will:
Prepare a media/events campaign plan.
Provide advice and training on the full spectrum of media and communications issues facing the AGV in the coming election.
Prepare media releases, related materials and media events in cooperation with other campaign staff, volunteers and candidates.
Identify and create media opportunities, including taking a proactive approach to media risk management.
Establish a volunteer network to support coordinated media activities.
The position requires:
Demonstrated, high level experience in undertaking effective communications and media coordination, in either a national or statewide context.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Sound knowledge of and commitment to Greens policies, philosophy and values.
Familiarity with events management.
Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.
Availability to work flexible and out-of-hours times.
This is a contract position with a salary of between $45 – 55K pa (not including superannuation), depending on skills and experience. It is a full-time position starting as soon as possible and finishing two weeks after polling day.
Applications addressing the selection criteria, including the names of three referees should be forwarded to the AGV Party Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org, or can be posted to PO Box 4589, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000.
NOVAS Numurkah is seeking the services of an experienced and qualified person who can lead this Disability Agency into an exciting future. NOVAS has two sites, 50 clients and 22 staff.
Skills required are leadership, financial expertise, have a high level of interpersonal skills and preferably have Management experience in either Disability or other Community Sector Industry.
For a position description and information on the position please contact the undersigned on 0358 212466. Applications close on 21st June 2007 and are to be sent to the undersigned.
P.O. Box 1666
The Centre for Multicultural Youth Issues (CMYI) is a community based organisation that advocates the needs of young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds. In supporting young people, CMYI combines policy development and direct service delivery within a community development framework. This approach gives CMYI strong connections with young people and their communities while enabling positive change on a local, state and national level.
Due to a period of significant growth, an experienced manager is now required for the overall coordination of administrative systems including contract and risk management, facilities human resources, ICT and occupational health and safety.
This role would suit an administration professional with experience in the community sector seeking flexible work hours (up to 30.4 hours per week, 0.8 EFT) An attractive salary with generous salary packaging (from October 2007) is available. Applications addressing the Key Selection Criteria can be emailed to email@example.com by Tuesday, 19th June.