COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT OFFICER- Aboriginal Programs
The successful applicant will be of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, have demonstrated community development experience, high level written and oral communication skills, and have a degree, or be working towards one in the human services or social science disciplines. Working within Councils Social Planning and Community Development Team to promote community welfare, wellbeing and participation. As well as working in general community development programs, the successful applicant will play a key role in fostering cultural awareness. You will plan, prepare and implement a range of programs and services to meet the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Municipality, in consultation with local residents and service providers. In this position an applicants race is a genuine occupational qualification and is authorised in terms of Section 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977. Written applications must address the essential criteria and include the SPV No 31 /07. To discuss the position or obtain an information pack contact Erla Ronan on 93679149.
The aim of this position is to deliver best practice service provision to our target group of clients which includes order people, people of all ages living with disabilities and carers. You will be a strategic planner, excellent networker and collaborator, leader of people,and skilled in obtaining, managing and acquitting public funding.Ideally the successful applicant will already be working in the community servicessector with a few years of management experience and will have appropriate qualifications.
COMMUNITY RELATIONS MANAGER
As the leader of a family and neighbourhood services group the successful applicant will drive a community connection projects and help build volunteer culture. The successful applicant will have particular responsibility for and be skilled in the production of promotional materials and publicityn and fundraising.Strong communication and networking skills are fundamental, together with management experience and qualifications in the community services sector.Position descriptions for both roles may be obtained by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephoning Cecilia Chong Wilson on (02) 9302 3600. Applications should be made by email to the same address by 4 July 2007. For additional information, please contact Michael Ryan, Director on (02) 9302 3690.All employees must undergo a police and working with children background check. We are an EEO employer. You can apply online
The successful applicant will have extensive knowledge and experience in the development, implementation and evaluation of direct service delivery programs, a demonstrated high level of skills and experience in leadership and management, proven track record of effective work with senior and executive management as well as knowledge of government and non-government funding and organisations and extensive knowledge and experience in the preparation of funding submissions.To apply, please address the following criteria and email your application along with an up to date resume to email@example.com Essential criteria are: demonstrated high level of skills and experience in leadership and management of senior work teams. Strong task delegation skills; proved track record of effective work with senior and executive management; extensive knowledge in development, implementation and evaluation of direct service delivery programs such as Education and Training, Carer Services and so on; substantial experience in managing budgets; superior strategic and operational problem solving skills; tertiary qualification in relevant discipline; knowledge of government and non-government funding and organisations; extensive knowledge and experience in preparation of funding submission; demonstrated experience in relationship development and management with stakeholders, peak bodies and government organisations; excellent communication and organisation skills.You can apply online
CLINICAL SERVICES MANAGER (HIV/AIDS)
The client is a health promotion organisation based in the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities with a central focus on HIV/AIDS. They are currently looking for a Manager of Clinical Services to be based in their inner-city office. The successful applicant would be: overseeing all day-to-day operations; administering team planning processes including Performance Planning and Review, budgets, business planning and annual evaluation/data collection; developing expertise in the particular program and policy areas; maintaining and developing strategic partnerships within the primary care and tertiary care settings, and with drug and alcohol, community and mental health, welfare and homelessness sectors as well as other sectors which emerge as significant partners; identifying and addressing health promotion and service development opportunities; actively facilitating, participating, and contributing to supervision, unit meetings, management meetings, general staff meetings and professional development strategies. Essential Criteria; understanding of and commitment to the organisation’s communities, particularly people living with HIV/AIDS; superior project management expertise; experience in financial, human resource, administration and program management; demonstrated working knowledge of the medical and welfare sectors; strong planning and evaluation skills; superior communication skills; professional qualifications in management, health, welfare, human services or a related field. You can apply online.
HOSTEL MANAGER- DISABILITY SERVICES
The hostel has 29 residents which are divided in to 3 units; each unit has a team leader. The position of the hostel manager will oversee all areas. The clients are all mobile and have varied support needs. The successful applicant’s key responsibilities will include day to day running of the hostel, staff management and advanced verbal and written communication skills, and financial management. Essential: Certificate IV in disability services including Medication Administration/ management; computer literate, including Microsoft Office- Word, Excel, email; First Aid Certificate; current Driver License. Please email through your CV for review at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +61 2 9286 2806 and suitable candidates will be email through a job description outlining the role in more detail. You can apply online.
YOUTH ACTIVITIES OFFICER
Lane Cove Council is looking to appoint a talented Youth Activities Officer. The successful applicant will deliver recreational & social programs through our youth centre, which caters for young people aged 12 20yrs & assist with youth focused projects. It is an offence under the NSW Child Protection (Prohibited Employment) Act 1998 for a person convicted of a serious sex offence to apply for this position.To apply call: (02) 9911 3528 or go to www.lanecove.nsw.gov.au Please quote PV068. Closing date 16 July 2007
MANAGERS AND TEAM LEADERS
ProCare Personnel is the specialist recrutiment agency for community services professionals. They are currently seeking suitably qualified welfare professionals for the following exciting positions: Managers and Team Leaders: all areas. Initial screening requires all applicants to hold relevant industry experience and a qualification in social work, psychology, youth work or a related discipline. Drivers license essential. Apply through the website at www.procarepersonnel.com.au or send your CV to
email@example.com. Quote reference number NSWP20. For further information talk to one of the recruitment consultants on (02) 96874299. ProCare Personnel
(02) 9687 4299 www.procarepersonnel.com.au You can apply online.
ARAFMI NSW: Family and Carer Mental Health Education & Support Officers
ARAFMI NSW Inc. has been funded to provide Education and Support to families and carers living within the Northern Sydney/Central Coast Area Health service. The program is a state-wide initiative. The positions will be based either at the Gosford office and work primarily in the Hornsby/Berowra area or the North Ryde Office and work primarily in the Northern Beaches area.The main purpose of the positions will be to: provide education and training services that enhance the resilience and coping skills of families and carers of people with a mental illness; and to provide innovative support and advocacy services to carers and families of people with a mental illness. Key attributes that are essential to the position are: tertiary Qualifications in Behavioural/Health/Social Science, or other relevant field with relevant experience in mental health; knowledge of mental illness and an understanding of the impact this has on carers and families of those with a mental health problem; experience in Developing & providing innovative educational & support programs. To enquire about the position or to obtain an information package listing the essential criteria and guidelines, please contact Michelle Baldacchino on: 9332 0700 ext. 234 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org You can apply online.
ROAD SAFETY OFFICER
Canterbury City Council’s Road Safety Officer will be committed to the on-going development of the Road Safety Strategic Plan by continually evaluating our Programs and be a responsive link between the local community, Council and key stakeholders. The successful applicant will have the relevant degree and bring a positive attitude; excellent communication skills and the desire to contribute to an already successful team. Essential: tertiary qualifications (University Degree) in marketing, education, communications, behavioural science or related field; proven ability to develop, promote, implement, evaluate and monitor community programs; demonstrated experience in consultation processes, particularly with community groups; highly developed written and oral communication skills including report writing and public speaking skills; demonstrated negotiation skills; ability to represent Council with a broad range of agencies, professional people and the community; experience in research and statistical analysis; ability to effectively work individually and in a team environment with minimal supervision; current Drivers Licence. Please quote reference number PV730. For further information on this position, including selection criteria and how to apply, please visit our website www.canterbury.nsw.gov.au click on Jobs and follow the links or contact Human Resources on (02) 9789 9522. You can apply online.
AGED CARE- FACILITY MANAGER
The facility manager you will be required to provide nursing care, strategic and operational management and leadership for staff in an environment of professional and personal development in the care of aged residents. The successful applicant will require extensive aged care management experiences, including exceptional knowledge of aged care accreditation and funding systems, advanced written and verbal communication skills and financial management. Please email through your CV for review at email@example.com or call +61 2 9286 2806 and suitable applicants will be email through a job description outlining the role in more detail. You can apply online.
SYSTEMS OFFICER- GOVERNMENT AGENCY
An opportunity exists to work as a systems officer in government agency. Initial screening requires all applicants to hold relevant industry experience and a qualification in social work, psychology, youth work or a related discipline. Drivers license essential. Apply through our website at www.procarepersonnel.com.au or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. Quote reference number NSW11A.For further information call (02) 96874299 and ask for Andrea. Closing 7- 10 July 07.ProCare Personnel
(02) 9687 4299 You can apply online
TEAM LEADER- WOMEN’S TRANSITIONAL HOUSIING
An opportunity is available to work as a team leader for a dynamic NGO who are leaders in community services provision working with homeless women in transitional housing in the CBD and Inner West. Initial screening requires all applicants to hold relevant industry experience and a qualification in social work, psychology, youth work or a related discipline. Drivers license essential. Apply through the website at www.procarepersonnel.com.au or send your CV to email@example.com. Quote reference number nsw10b. For further information talk to one of our recruitment consultants on (02) 96874299 and ask for Andrea. ProCare Personnel (02) 9687 4299
You can apply online.
A postion is currently available for a co-ordinating a team in an exciting servce for families and children with a widely respected NGO. Salary packaging and vehicle may be available.Contact Kirsty at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 96874299. Initial screening requires all applicants to hold relevant industry experience and a qualification in social work, psychology, youth work or a related discipline. Drivers license essential. Apply through our website at www.procarepersonnel.com.au or send your CV to email@example.com. Quote reference number NSWP10K For further information talk to one of our recruitment consultants on (02) 96874299. You can apply online.
MANAGER FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICE
BRC Recruitment are currently seeking an experienced manager to manage a Family Support Service in the Hurstville region.The successful applicant will have a proven background in the Community sector and should be able to demonstrate experience in the following criteria: degree/Diploma in Community Services or equivalent; demonstrated experience in the management and provision of services to disadvantaged families; demonstrated experience in developing and implementing strategic plans, policies and procedures; conducting research and writing funding submissions and overseeing financial planning & management; demonstrated experience in the supervision of professional staff; excellent communication skills both written and verbal; significant experience in networking, liaising with key stakeholders, developing and enhancing collaborative partnerships with government and community services; ability to prioritise competing demands, delegate and complete the tasks within agreed timeframes; knowledge and understanding of issues impacting on CALD families, including recently arrived migrants and refugees; knowledge and understanding of DOCS services standards and requirements; ability to work within a capacity building approach and strength based model; knowledge and understanding of OH&S and ethical practice; commitment to principles of family support. This role is SACS Award Grade 5. To apply for the role, please address the selection criteria and attach a resume and email them to firstname.lastname@example.org For further information regarding this vacancy, please contact Mark Grove or Elizabeth Kinloch on 02 8966 9911 You can apply online.
COORDINATOR – Enterprise and Work Programs
BoysTown supports has a wide range of programs for disadvantaged young people and their families. These programs are delivered in two service divisions: Counselling Services and Employment Access, supported by Corporate Services and Fundraising.BoysTown is seeking a full time Coordinator to oversee the organisation’s Enterprise and Work Programs.The Coordinator will be responsible for managing the BoysTown Social Enterprises and Labour Market Programs to ensure the delivery of high quality training programs to the organisation’s clients to maximise positive outcomes. The successful candidate will receive a remuneration package based on skills and experience in accordance with BoysTown salary rates. You can apply online.
TRANSITIONAL ACCOMMODATION SERVICES MANAGER- Based at Parramatta
There is currently a position available for a skilled and enthusiastic manager to oversee Northcott’s innovative transitional accommodation services. The successful applicant will applicant will have knowledge and experience supporting people with a disability as you work alongside clients and staff at Woodbine Transitional Service, Merrylands Independent Living and Northcott Housing Links. Essential: relevant tertiary qualifications in Social Work, Psychology, Welfare, Occupational Therapy, Disability Studies or Rehabilitation; comprehensive knowledge and experience of working with people with disabilities; experience managing staff; highly developed communication, assessment and organisational skills; first Aid Certificate (or willingness to obtain); current NSW Driver’s Licence. For enquiries about this position, contact Jenny Sanders on 9890 0902. For an information package, contact Elizabeth Mead on 9890 0135. For information about Northcott visit, www.northcott.com.au. Please forward your application, addressing the essential criteria to the HR Coordinator, Northcott, PO Box 4055, Parramatta, NSW, 2124 or email email@example.com. You can apply online.
CLIENT SEVICES COORDINATOR
Regal Health Services provides home nursing care across the Sydney metropolitan area. Head Office is based in the Sydney CBD and we have a current vacancy for an experienced Client Services Coordinator. Our busy team has two Client Services Coordinators who work together providing support to our Community Nursing Team by analysing roster requirements and allocating resources effectively. The Client Services Team is the hub of our organisation and the environment is friendly and supportive with a strong emphasis on team work. Regal is committed to excellence and quality in health care and we acknowledge that our staff are our greatest asset. This position may be suitable for someone with a nursing background but who may wish to work in an administrative capacity. The successful applicant will need to have excellent communication skills, an exceptional telephone manner and the ability to manage competing priorities and complex situations. Time management and organisational skills are a must and previous experience in a similar coordinating role would be highly regarded. IT skills, including Microsoft office, are essential.Office hours are 8.30am to 5.30pm and the successful applicant will be required to share after hours on call duty one weekend per month. For more information contact: Giovanna Cipriani: 92644555, GCipriani@regalhealth.com.au
You can apply online.
PERTSONAL SUPPORT- PROGRAM CLIENT MANAGER
Mission Australia has an opportunity for a Personal Support Programme Client Manager to join our dynamic team, working full-time from our Sydney office. The core purpose of the role is to assist people with multiple barriers to employment (examples include drug and alcohol dependency, homelessness, ex-offenders, domestic violence and psychological disorders) to enable them to achieve relevant and appropriate outcomes. To succeed in this role you should have experience in case management working with disadvantaged clients, a good working knowledge of community networks, government agencies and other community service providers; a current driver’s licence; proven oral, interpersonal and written communication skills including report writing; and good time management and organisational skills. Microsoft Office and web based systems reporting skills in addition to a willingness to work within Mission Australia’s values will also be highly regarded. For more information and to apply please contact Rachel via phone on 02 9283 7100 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can apply online
OPERATIONS MANAGER, Community Services NSW/ACT
Mission Australia 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 Skye McDonald for an information pack including the Selection Criteria at email@example.com . Written applications (addressing all Selection Criteria) including a CV should then be marked Private & Confidential and sent to: Leonie Green, State Director Community Services, PO Box A2254, Sydney South, NSW 1235. You can apply online.
ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICER- SYDNEY
Based in Sydneys CBD this large organisation is currently seeking a qualified Environmental Specialist for a period of 12-months with a view to extend. The position would suit someone with leadership ability, able to influence managers and supervisors to improve environmental performance. Naturally you will have excellent knowledge of environment polices and legislation and be able to identify issues that affect the implementation of OHS, EEO principles and ethical practices. This organisation operates under many environmental protection licenses, as well trade waste agreements and dangerous goods licenses.This large group will require you to work over 6 sites throughout Sydney. Having worked in the engineering industry such as rail or transport would be advantageous. This position would suit someone at mid-senior level who is readily available to start a contract and be part of a strong environmental and Safety team.If you are interested in this position, please contact Angela Dique on 02 9262 5656 You can apply online.
PART TIME FUNDRAISING MANAGER
The client is a registered charitable organisation which was launched to raise funds to support projects with an environmental or educational purpose. The Development Officer position was established to build on the Foundation’s operating arrangements.This position has the dual purpose of developing the environmental and education programs, and managing the day to day functions of the Foundation including the current fundraising program. It also focuses on representing the Foundation on internal and external Committees and at a diverse range of forums and meetings held with government and non government organisations, consultants, employees, customers, and industry and community groups. The position also deals extensively with “internal” clients, namely Trust staff in a collaborative way to build empathy for the value of the work of the Foundation. Another key component of this role will be to successfully develop sustainable funding streams for the ongoing support of the Foundation’s mission including renewal funds, gifts, community fundraising, bequests and grants (including grants and philanthropic foundations). To be successful in this role, you will have sound experience and a demonstrated track record in the not for profit arena, proven business management experience, and demonstrated ability in fundraising and marketing. You will also have excellent stakeholder management, both internal and external. To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Fraser Clapcott in our Sydney office on 02 8233 2139, quoting Ref No. 2B/37708 You can apply online.
GENERAL MANAGER – Accommodation Services
As General Manager Accommodation the successful applicant will be responsible for leadership and support to the Accommodation Services and Resource Team. Responsibilities include the general management and financial viability of the service, ensuring quality outcomes are achieved for people using the service and continuous improvement and development of the service. Selection Criteria: The successful applicant will have relevant qualifications in Social Welfare, Community Management or related field, or equivalent relevant experience with a demonstrated commitment to ongoing professional development. The successful applicant will also have extensive experience in the provision of services to people with a disability with a focus on service quality and improvement.
You have a high level of understanding of all relevant legislation and the Disability Services Standards and this is demonstrated through your commitment to the rights of people with a disability. A current NSW driver’s license and are proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint are necessary. To obtain an information package including Position Description contact the Human Resource Manager – ph: 98748544 If you are interested in this position please forward your resume along with a cover letter responding to the selection criteria. You can apply online
MANAGER, COMMUNITY AGED CARE
Due to a transfer of the incumbent to another key role within ANGLICARE, an opportunity exists for an energetic Manager to lead Chesalon’s Community Aged Care service into a period of exciting growth and expansion. Based at Parramatta, the person will be required to oversee community aged care centres located in Northern Beaches, Richmond, Wollongong and Sutherland. Further planned growth will see additional centres being established in the South West and Western regions of Sydney and services will be considerably expanded to include additional low care (CACP) and high care (EACH) services. The successful applicant will provide leadership and personal support for the Managers of our community aged care centres. They will also lead the strategic expansion of services being delivered from a greater number of service centres.This position requires a person of definite Christian commitment with an active church involvement. For a copy of the Position Description and other relevant information, please email Margaret Dormer firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone on (02) 9895 8000. Applications are to be submitted to Rob Evers, Director Chesalon Aged Care, via email email@example.com by Tuesday 31st July 2007. You can apply online
SUPPORTER CARE OFFICER
The Supporter Care Officer role will be responsible for building and maintaining excellent supporter care by working closely with the Marketing team and wider organisation. The role will provide a professional level of service to all CCIA supporters, members of the public and stakeholders (internal and external) in an efficient and professional manner. Knowledge and experience with a supporter or customer management database will be highly regarded. The successful candidate will have 2+ years in a customer service role in addition to highly developed interpersonal and customer service skills. Further particulars, including job description and selection criteria, can be obtained before applying, from our website at www.ccia.org.au or firstname.lastname@example.org Applications close Friday 27 July 2007. You can apply online
COORDINATOR MARRIAGE AND RELATIONSHIP EDUCATION
Duties include: The position involves program development, workshop presentation, group facilitation, program promotion, training and supervision of sessional educators. Essential: willingness to work in accord with Centacare’s Mission statement, knowledge/commitment to Catholic Church Teachings on Marriage and sexuality, tertiary qualifications in Adult Education and/or Social Sciences, demonstrated interpersonal skills, knowledge of life stage transitions and relationship development, commitment to team work, professional development, access and equity principles and cultural diversity, ability to work evenings and weekends, current driver’s licence and access to motor vehicle. Desirable: experience/accreditation in group work, experience in Education in a family relationship context, experience in supervision, advanced computer skills. Salary: In accordance with qualifications & experience under SACs Award. For Enquiries and Application Kit: please contact Christine Martin on
9390 5156 or email: email@example.com Applications: To be sent to Director Family Services, Level 13, 133 Liverpool Street, Sydney 2000 by 14 July 2007 You can apply online
TRAINING AND PLACEMENT OFFICER (Disability) $60K package
There is currently an opportunity for an experienced Training & Placement Officer to manange a caseload of job seekers with a disability. The successful applicant will be assisting; jobseekers who are keen to work however due to barriers find it difficult to find employment. The aim of this role is to case manage a number of job seekers in order to place them into meaningful and sustainable employment. You will be required to provide one on one training, assist in job searching techniques along with the application and interview process. You will also be required to source employers and inform them of the benefits of employing jobseekers with a disability. This position will see you getting out of the office and visiting jobseekers you have placed into employment and their employers. The successful application will possess the following skills and experience; Ideally you have experience working within a Disability Employment Network otherwise Job Network or Recruitment experience; knowledge of the barriers facing people with a disability and the labour market; experience working with EA3000. For further information, please feel free to contact Varteni on (02) 8272 0700. Alternatively email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org After hours calls are welcome on 0448 880 029 You can apply online
CANCER COUNCIL CONNECT- PROGRAM COORDINATOR
The Cancer Council NSW are seeking an experienced and enthusiastic individual to contribute to the ongoing management and enhancement of Cancer Council Connect. Cancer Council Connect is a peer support program that provides one on one support to people who have cancer. People referred to the program are matched to trained volunteers who provide emotional and practical support. Reporting to the Cancer Support Unit Manager, you will manage the Cancer Council Connect Program, undertaking a number of duties, some of which include: managing a team of health professionals who provide expert advice on cancer treatments and support; providing and enhancing training programs for Cancer Council Connect volunteers; being instrumental in organising an annual Volunteer Conference to ensure all volunteers are updated with current information and new program initiatives; strategically promoting the program to health professionals and the community to increase uptake of the program; ensuring volunteers are managed according to The Cancer Council NSW “best practice” policies and procedures for volunteers ; responsibility for the statistical reporting for volunteer participation and volunteers matched to people referred to the service. You will ideally have previous experience in health education, developing training programs and an understanding of cancer patients and their needs. To view the remaining selection criteria, visit the ‘about us’ page of our website to obtain a job description, www.cancercouncil.com.au. Send your applications to: email@example.com or fax (02) 9334 1783 by 20 July 2007. For further information please call Paula Vallentine on (02) 9334 1965. You can apply online.
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE SUPERINTENDANT – WESLEY MISSION
The role of Executive Assistant reporting directly Superintendent Reverend Keith Garner has just become available at Wesley Mission. Wesley Mission is one of Australia’s largest Not For Profit Christian Organisations with over 3000 employees. The responsibilities of the successful applicant will be varied and will include: maintaining and managing the Superintendents diary appointments and movements including travel arrangement; general Secretarial duties, compiling letters, correspondence and invitations; ensure the Superintendent is well prepared for media and speaking engagements, which includes liaising with the Media department; assist in the preparation of reports to Board and Senior Staff; compile the yearly organisation calender of events; liaise and work closely with the Graphics department with regard to brochures/leaflets. To be successful in this position you will possess superior Word and Excel skills, as well as excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the desire to be part of a Christian values organisation who ultimately make a marked difference in our community. Email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org without delay, or phone Vicki Neil on (02) 9273 0548 for more information. You can apply online
ACADEMY OF LEARNING FACILITATOR (AOL)
Break Thru Employment Solutions are seeking a dynamic Facilitator for our Blacktown site who is able to assist clients to achieve vocational learning results through self paced training. The successful applicant; has a Certificate IV in Workplace Training & Assessment; has superior organisational & administration skills; is able to manage competing demands; is flexible & team focused ; is experienced in developing training programs. Please forward your resume to Toni Faorlin email@example.com quoting BLKAOL025 or phone (02) 8884 3065 for more information. Toni Faorlin HR Co-ordinator, (02) 88843065, firstname.lastname@example.org You can apply online.
HR AND ADMIN MANAGER
People Living with HIV/AIDS NSW works to represent the interests of people with HIV/AIDS. This role manages human resources through team development and motivation, managing personnel records, payroll, financial and IR policy. The Manager assists the CEO with reporting, correspondence, and Board duties, as well as maintaining office and IT systems. The successful applicant will be an excellent communicator, with project and management skills, office administration and policy creation experience. A self starter, you can demonstrate your experience in staff and volunteer development and may have worked in community health or welfare sectors. People with HIV are strongly encouraged to apply. If you’re looking for a work/life balance and have the skills we need, send your resume to email@example.com or call Heather Knights on (02) 9243 0570. You can apply online
SUPPORTER RELATIONS MANAGER- IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare)
Reporting to the Director, this role implements direct marketing strategies for donor appeals and acquisition programs, using database mining techniques and analysis across channels such as direct mail and telemarketing. Donor relationship programs include regular giving, payroll giving and a major donor club. The successful applicant will have an understanding of fundraising concepts, including database management, and a good grasp of successful strategies to nurture relationships. Your leadership and mentoring ability means you will enjoy developing a new team, whilst your excellent communication skills will come to the fore in dealing with donors as well as interaction and collaboration with a global network of fundraisers. Send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Heather Knights on 02 8243 0570. You can apply online.
MANAGER- FIRST AID SERVICES
Reporting to the CEO, Manager of First Aid Services will be responsible for managing all operational aspects of the delivery first aid services between volunteer groups and the customer. You will also contribute to the management and direction of the organisation, in line with set guidelines and policies, and using your business acumen and exceptional relationship building skills. Achieving this level of performance requires: proven ability to strategically analyse diverse and complex issues, identify and implement solutions; conceptual thinking & planning skills; demonstrated communication & stakeholder management skills at a senior level; knowledge of current leadership and management practices; strong project management skills; demonstrated marketing and business development abilities; and Corporate and Financial Management. This role demands effective organisational ability, as well as superior networking/relationship building skills. An understanding of the NFP sector and volunteers will be a distinct advantage, but of greater importance is the ability to win the respect and cooperation of the diverse group of stakeholders that make up the organisation. You will have a proven track record in commercial management, bringing with you the breadth of skill to deal with all levels of the community from senior business executives and civic leaders through to volunteers. Strong business acumen, including budgeting and financial expertise, performance and people management, and business development will ensure your success in this role.
This is an exciting opportunity offering the chance to really make a difference working for one of Australia’s most recognisable NFP organisations. For more information contact Lyn Gerbich on 02 9586 1747 alternatively email your CV to email@example.com You can apply online
EMPLOYMENT CONSULTANT/ JOB SEARCH TRAINER
Break Thru Employment Solutions are currently seeking a skilled Employment Consultant/Job Search Trainer for the St Marys site who is a motivated & dynamic facilitator in job search training, both at individual & group level. This newly created position provides opportunity for creativity & autonomy. This position would suit someone who: has a Certificate IV in Workplace Training & Assessment (essential); has superior organisational skills; is able to manage competing demands; is flexible & team focused; is experienced in developing training programs. Please forward your resume to Toni Faorlin firstname.lastname@example.org quoting STMJN031 or phone (02) 8884 3065.Toni Faorlin HR Co-ordinator (02) 8884 3065 email@example.com You can apply online
There is an opportunity to join the Marketing & Communications team of a well known NFP organization. Reporting to the Marketing & Communication Manager you will have a busy and varied role including preparing media releases, producing written and electronic communication tools such as magazines, newsletters and brochures, and developing and maintaining public relations strategies. You will develop, implement and monitor a media relations program to further enhance and promote the public’s awareness and perception of the organizations products, services and volunteers. You will coordinate and support staff and volunteers with relevant displays and community events. To be successful in this role you will have relevant industry experience and qualifications. Strong written and verbal communication skills, along with well developed problem solving and decision making skills are essential. At least three years relevant experience is preferred. You will have demonstrated experience in developing and maintaining relationships within the media industry, strong computer skills. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Lyn on 9586 1747 for further information. You can apply online.
REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT MANAGER – Central and Southern Sydney
Cancer Council NSW, the Statewide Services Division, is seeking a Regional Development Manager (initially on a 12 month contract basis) for a new regional area defined as Inner West, Eastern and Southern Sydney. As Regional Manager you will provide outstanding leadership to both the team and the wider community in achieving our mission in the region. Based in Woolloomooloo and reporting to the Statewide Services Director, your accountabilities will include: scoping and developing the model for engagement in this region; providing strategic direction, energy and leadership to the regional team; growing and enhancing our reputation; engaging the community in delivery and support of programs and events; building community capacity to deliver on our mission; Increasing the income and efficiency of the region; building and maintain effective partnerships in health, business, media and other identified sectors. To view the remaining selection criteria, visit the ‘about us’ page of our website to obtain a job description, www.cancercouncil.com.au. Send your applications (briefly addressing the selection criteria) to: email@example.com or fax (02) 9334 1783 by 27 July 2007. For a copy of the Greater Sydney Metropolitan Review, the Community Engagement framework or for further information please call Jenny Beach, Statewide Services Director on 0427201950 You can apply online.
OPERATIONS DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
The position is a temporary full-time position for a period of up to 6 months with possible extension following a review of the outcomes in the first 3 months. Total package is valued up to $50,000 for a 6 months work contract. The work contract arrangements are negotiable. For further information please contact Jean Mills, Chairperson on 9602 8591. To apply please forward your CV along with a covering letter outlining your suitability to fulfil the position based on the selection criteria to the Chairperson, LDNCA, P.O. Box 742, Liverpool BC 1871 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org by close of business Friday, 3rd August, 2007. You can apply online
SENIOR WORK PLACEMENT/ ADOPT-A-SCHOOL, PROGRAMS MANAGER
NWBEN is not-for-profit Local Community Partnership organization currently based at Hornsby. We are seeking to employ a full time, professional, motivated person to manage two of the Australian Government funded CAREER ADVICE AUSTRALIA programs for 13-19 year old youth across the Ryde, Hunters Hill and Kuring’gai regions. The successful applicant will be expected to develop ongoing relationships with a variety of stakeholders to build partnerships between industry, schools, TAFE and youth agencies. The position reports directly to the Executive Officer. Essential Criteria: tertiary qualifications; experience in career development programs or innovative industry programs; qualification in career development or willingness to complete components 1, 2 and/or 3 of the Australian; careers Development Studies within one year of commencement; proven ability to develop and nurture strong on-going relationships with stakeholders at all levels; knowledge of National and State Careers Development agenda; knowledge of National and State Vocational and Training agenda; high level of computer skills. The Applicant is required to address all essential criteria individually in their application. Further enquiries; ring Suzanne on 9476 1915 Applications to be mailed to: The CHAIR – NWBEN, 205 Pacific Highway HORNSBY NSW 2077.
SUSTAINABILITY PROJECT OFFICER – Ecological Footprint Project
Position Number F2007/00407. Daverley, Woollahra and Randwick Councils seek a Sustainability Project Officer to work on projects aimed at reducing the draw down of natural resources in the Eastern Suburb municipalities. This is a Project Officer position funded for a 3-year period through the Urban Sustainability Program of the Department of Environment and Climate Change and is located with Randwick Council. You will need extensive professional experience be enthusiastic, customer focussed and qualified in environmental management or related field. You will have strong project and budget management experience and have the ability to work across the 3 Councils involved in the project and inspire and motivate Council and community participants and volunteers in project outcomes. Further information: Visit our website for the position description or contact Peter Maganov on 9399 0554.
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MANAGER- PRINCIPAL PROGRAMS
The client is an organisation that provides quality services for people with disabilities, in response to identified needs. There is currently a position for a dynamic Manager ($78k – $83k), who willingly embraces change and wants to be part of an organisation undergoing significant growth. Your primary responsibility will be to provide advice and contribute to the management, development, monitoring and support of the funding of disability services from non-government organisations. You will be managing a team of 4 staff and therefore must have experience managing a team in a complex work environment. This position is currently available in the Townsville office, a location offering a wonderful quality of life, encompassing not only fantastic weather and natural beauty, but huge economic development, quality education and endless cultural events and entertainment. Information sessions will be available to ALL interested candidates. These sessions will incorporate ‘How to address key selection criteria’. Please call Michelle Ryan on 07 4760 1022 to register or for a confidential discussion. Candidates can apply online at www.kellyservices.com.au but MUST address the required key selection criteria. You can apply online.
RESEARCH OFFICER – Interchange Respite Care NSW
Applicants must demonstrate the following: ability to conduct & undertake research projects and analyse information; ability to be self-directed & self-motivated; strong word processing skills and experience; good written and verbal communication skills; demonstrated knowledge of disability and/or aged care services in NSW; some proficiency in use of MS office and associated programs.Desirable: demonstrated experience in working with people with disabilities, the frail aged, and their families; experience working in a community organisation; some experience in maintenance end use of websites – including Frontpage, Dreamweaver and/or FTP Voyager; some technical knowledge of computer maintenance, networking & upgrading.For information and an application package, please contact Kevin Marron on (02) 9789 1348 or firstname.lastname@example.org You can apply online.
COORDINATOR- MARRICKVILLE LEGAL CENTRE
Marrickville Legal Centre is looking for a full time Co-Ordinator with strong management and organisational skills. Salary is in the range $61,878 to $63,533 plus attractive salary packaging and flexible working conditions. Applicants must address selection criteria, provide a CV and the names of 2 referees. An information package is available by email: email@example.com or tel. 9559 2899. Applications close on Monday 16th July 2007. You can apply online.
COMMUNITY AWARENESS PROJECT OFFICER- Headspace Central Coast
The Central Coast Division of General Practice (CCDGP) as part of a broader consortium has been funded by headspace, the new National Youth Mental Health Foundation to change the way mental health services are delivered to young people on the Central Coast, with an emphasis on youth-friendly environments and improved accessibility. The successful applicant will be employed by the CCDGP under a workplace agreement but will be seconded to Northern Sydney Central Coast Health (NSCCH) and will work within the Central Coast Children and Young People’s Mental Health Service. You will be working with a team of project workers and youth mental health clinicians to help establish an innovative and progressive initiative, a “One-Stop Youth Mental Health Shop” called ‘Y Central’. To compliment Y Central, headspace Central Coast is undertaking innovative work within the areas of community awareness, training and development, data management and the set up of a young people’s youth alliance. For further information and an application pack contact: Melissa Onysko. Ph: 02 4304 7847 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Applicants must address essential and desirable criteria. You can apply online.
The client is seeking candidates with experience working in a regulatory environment, preferably in the public sector and/or with experience in policy development, analysis and/or implementation, preferably in a government or similar regulatory environment. Candidates will have proven high level analytical and research skills with ability to provide high level advice to senior management. You will have proven high level written and oral communication skills and project management experience. To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Pat Hart in our Sydney office on 02 82332229 quoting Ref No. 2C/07522 You can apply online
To be successful in the role you will have formal qualifications in Bush Care or related field and a current Class C Drivers licence. The successful applicant will need to demonstrate experience in managing volunteer and contract Bush Care work groups as well as being experienced with grant funds. Applicants need to be willing to work a spread of hours from Monday to Sunday. Highly developed verbal and communication skills are also needed to be successful in this role. Call our Customer Service Centre on 9911-6555 and ask for a copy of the position description or visit www.canadabay.nsw.gov.au and follow the instructions as outlined. For more information on this position, please contact Peter Sheehan – Manager – City Parks and Gardens on 9911 6368 You can apply online.