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    • Chief Executive Officer (CEO) - REF 14921/VS

       

      A Little Bit About Your New Employer

      This is a sought after opportunity to join a progressive, well respected not-for-profit organisation who genuinely value and support their employees. Focussed on continuous improvement, they are truly committed to reducing family homelessness by providing information, personal support, referrals and accommodation for families in crisis.

      Your Exciting, New Role

      In this challenging and rewarding position, you will be empowered to effectively lead and direct the organisation across a variety of dimensions including; driving financial outcomes; overseeing and managing human resource; delivering client services; planning and designing; and continually learning, reviewing and evaluating policies and procedures to ensure positive organisational outcomes. The Board will provide you with all the support and direction you might need.

      The Skills You Bring

      • You have tertiary qualifications in human services and/or two years relevant experience in management within a homelessness, community or human services organisation;
      • Having worked in a similar role, you have experience collaborating with Boards in driving the day to day management of reporting and governance requirements and you have a highly developed understanding of the legal requirements for Board Secretariat;
      • You are a natural leader offering a personable, driven and respectful leadership style;
      • You have the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with key internal and external stakeholders;
      • You have a passion for community and a willingness to assist individuals and groups to achieve a better life;
      • You have proven success in the development, implementation and evaluation
      • You hold a clear a QLD Working with Children (Blue Card).

      What’s In It For You!

      This is permanent full time position and a generous salary package will be negotiated based on experience. You will gain ‘hands on’ experience working for an organisation with a very worthy cause.

      Come and register with us NOW so that we can chat with you about this exciting opportunity!

      Job Reference: 14921/VS

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    • Supervising Solicitor (Rockhampton) - REF 14914/VS

       

      A Little Bit About Your New Employer

      This is an exciting opportunity to work in a progressive Not-for-Profit organisation experiencing an unprecedented period of growth. You’ll be working alongside a motivated and passionate team who are aligned with the Family Violence Prevention Legal Service Program.

      Your Exciting, New Role

      Servicing the Central Queensland Region and based in beautiful Rockhampton, you will be leading the team of Solicitors, Client Support Officers and Administration Officer. They want you to come and help consolidate their strong reputation for providing high quality legal representation and advice to clients, who are Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander victims of family violence and/or sexual assault.

      You’ll have a background in, and a passion for a variety of areas of Law including Family Law, Family and Domestic Violence, Child Protection and Victims Assist Matters and your expertise in these areas of Law will be very much relied upon.

      The Skills You Bring

      • You hold a Degree in Law, an Unrestricted Practising Certificate and have 5-6 years PAE
      • Family Law is one of your strongest passions and is second nature to you
      • You’re a natural leader offering a personable, driven and respectful leadership style
      • Great communication is the key for you and you have outstanding interpersonal skills to match
      • You have cultural understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
      • Local community engagement and representing your new employer in stakeholder networking will be a regular aspect of your role

      You’ll be packing a bag and travelling to some semi-remote locations at times, so you’ll need to have the flexibility to pack up and leave when needed and part of your role will be attending outreach and visiting the beautiful surroundings of Central Queensland.

      What’s In It For You!

      You will be getting a competitive salary package, which includes a travel allowance, salary sacrifice options, five weeks’ annual leave, relocation assistance and an exciting opportunity to work for an organisation with a very worthy cause.

      Job Reference: 14914/VS

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    • Senior Solicitor (Cairns) - REF 14635/VS

       

      A Little Bit About Your New Employer

      This is an exciting opportunity to work in a progressive Not-for-Profit organisation experiencing an unprecedented period of growth. You’ll be working alongside a motivated and passionate team who are aligned with the Family Violence Prevention Legal Service Program.

      Your Exciting, New Role

      Servicing the Far North Queensland Region, based in beautiful Cairns, they want you to come and help consolidate their strong reputation for providing high quality legal representation and advice to clients who are Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander victims of family violence and/or sexual assault.

      You will have a background in and a passion for a variety of areas of Law including Family Law, Family and Domestic Violence, Child Protection and Victims Assist Matters and your expertise in these areas of Law will be very much relied upon.

      The Skills You Bring

      • You hold a Degree in Law, an Unrestricted Practising Certificate and have 4-6 years PAE
      • Family Law is one of your strongest passions and you have demonstrated experience in legal practice areas such as; Child Protection, Family and Domestic Violence and Victims Compensation and Assistance
      • Great communication is the key in this role and you’re a natural at it with the ability to communicate effectively with all walks of life
      • Local community engagement will be a regular aspect of your role
      • You have cultural understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

      You’ll be packing a bag and travelling to semi-remote locations regularly, so you’ll need to have the flexibility to pack up & leave as required and part of your role will be attending outreach and visiting the beautiful surroundings of Far North Queensland.

      What’s In It For You!

      You will be getting a competitive salary package, which includes a travel allowance, salary sacrifice options, five weeks’ annual leave, relocation assistance and an exciting opportunity to work for an organisation with a very worthy cause.

      Job Reference: 14635/VS

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    • Aged Care Team Leader/Mentor - REF 14900/VS

       

      A Little Bit About Your New Employer

      This organisation concentrates on the community and is part of a small, remote and beautiful region located on the tropical West Coast of Cape York, Far North Queensland. Ultimately, you’ll be joining an established, well-respected organisation and you’ll be helping them provide infrastructure and services to remote indigenous communities.

      Your Exciting, New Role

      Their PADS centre is an accredited provider of aged care and disability services. This role is designed to guide and mentor older people to meet the challenges of ageing with dignity, pride love and compassion. The Aged Care Coordinator will provide you with all of the direction and support you might need. Major responsibilities of the role will include;

      • Conducting client assessments and care planning
      • Planning and providing nutritious meals in line with client’s individual needs
      • Supervision and training of up to 17 staff
      • Providing personal services and mentoring to up to 50 clients
      • Office duties and database management
      • Prioritise and reallocate jobs where necessary

      The Skills You Bring

      • You have tertiary qualifications such as Certificate III in Aged Care, Primary Health Care or Management
      • You have a current national police clearance certificate and a QLD Blue Card
      • You have the ability to obtain a Food Safety Supervisor Certificate
      • Cook Qualifications are highly desirable
      • Having worked in a similar position you have experience in solution based thinking, along with demonstrated empathy to meet the needs of older people
      • Teamwork is one of your favourite words and is a must in this role, as you will be leading and supervising the team to achieve positive outcomes in coordination with agreed budgets
      • You understand the importance of having a strong work ethic, its second nature to you
      • You are a natural communicator with the oral and written communication skills to match
      • You are culturally responsive and communicate sensitively and effectively

      What’s In It For You!

      You will be getting a generous salary package and the opportunity to work in a diverse and interesting role. Subsidised accommodation in a fully furnished house is provided.

      Job Reference: 14900/VS

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    • General Manager Cape and Torres – Indigenous Health and Maternal and Child Health - REF 14735/VS

       

      A Little Bit About Your New Employer

      This is a sought after opportunity to join a progressive, well respected organisation working closely with local communities and existing service providers to promote a seamless healthcare system throughout Far North Queensland. This is a Federally funded Not-For Profit health care organisation who genuinely value and support their employees. Ultimately, their main aim is to identify health issues and activities specific to the needs of each community.

      Focussed on continuous improvement, they’re experts in their field and are acknowledged to be an established and dynamic organisation.

      Your Exciting, New Role

      Joining their busy Cairns team, the General Manager will be managing and leading the Indigenous Health Program team, engagement activities and initiatives to encourage and promote positive health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities. In this challenging and rewarding position, you‘ll be focussed on building and maintaining effective relationships with relevant stakeholders across the region. The Chief Operations Officer will be your direct supervisor, providing you with all the support and direction you might need.

      The Skills You Bring

      • You have tertiary qualifications or relevant experience in management, within a health related or human services field;
      • You have experience working across multiple regional areas managing multifaceted and multi-stakeholder health programs and you’re a total pro at managing multiple competing priorities to achieve specific targets;
      • You have the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with key internal and external stakeholders;
      • Having worked in a similar role, you have the ability to develop, manage and deliver projects on time and to budget whilst ensuring quality requirements are met;
      • You have proven success in the development, implementation and evaluation of strategy, quality improvement initiatives and frameworks within the health care or community services sector;
      • You pride yourself on your drive and determination to deliver excellence in rapidly changing fast paced environments;
      • When it comes to organising, you’re a total pro at taking initiative and meeting deadlines;
      • Your effective leadership skills and experience make it a breeze to liaise and negotiate with a wide range of organisations and people at all levels;
      • You have cultural knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and you’re responsive and communicate sensitively and effectively;
      • You have a good understanding of current issues affecting Aboriginal communities;
      • You have a passion for community and a willingness to assist individuals and groups to achieve a better life;
      • You hold a clear National Police Check certificate, a QLD Working with Children (Blue Card) and current QLD Drivers Licence.

      You’ll be packing a bag to travel to some semi-remote locations at times in this role, so you’ll need to have the flexibility to pack up & leave when needed.

      What’s In It For You!

      This is permanent full time position and a generous salary package will be negotiated based on experience. You will gain ‘hands on’ experience working within an Indigenous community while also working in a rapidly evolving environment.

       Come and register with us NOW so that we can chat with you about this exciting opportunity!

      Job Reference: 14735/VS

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    • RTO Administrator - REF 14699/VS

       

      A Little Bit About Your New Employer

      With a strong reputation in North Queensland, this community focussed organisation helps businesses and individuals reach their potential by providing quality employment and training opportunities in the region.

      Your Exciting, New Role

      As the RTO Administrator, you'll be joining a dynamic, energetic and professional team, assisting in the daily operation of RTO’s as well as coordinating the introduction of a Student Management System. Ideally you’ll be highly personable and team focussed with a knowledge of RTO operations. The key responsibilities of this position include:

      • Ensuring training delivery and assessment practices align with the RTO developed standards;
      • Assisting in the administration of compliance frameworks;
      • Maintaining student database;
      • Consulting with management to assist in the development of projects from conceptual stage to delivery;
      • Ensuring all training enquiries / leads are followed up within specified KPI timeframes;
      • Continually building and maintaining positive business relationships with key stakeholders.

      The Skills You Bring

      • A Certificate IV in TAE is desirable;
      • You’ll have strong interpersonal skills so you can confidently interact, motivate and connect with internal and external stakeholders;
      • You’ll be tech savvy with demonstrated experience in the use of student management and learning management systems;
      • You will have an aptitude and enthusiasm to identify areas for improvement within an RTO organisation and generate solutions and recommendations for development;
      • You’ll have outstanding time management, conflict resolution and negotiation skills;
      • When it comes to organising, you’re a total pro at managing and structuring workloads effectively.

      What’s In It For You!

      This is a permanent full time position. A generous salary package is on offer to the right candidate along with genuine professional development opportunities.

      Job Reference: 14699/VS

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    • Solicitor - REF 14635/VS

       

      A Little Bit About Your New Employer

      This is an exciting opportunity to work in a progressive Not-for-Profit organisation experiencing an unprecedented period of growth. You’ll be working alongside a motivated and passionate team. They’re aligned with the National Family Violence Prevention Program.

      Your Exciting, New Role

      Based in the beautiful tropical city of Cairns, they want you to come and help preserve their strong reputation for providing high quality legal representation and advise to clients, in the family law jurisdictions and to deliver community legal education programs.

      Part of your role will be to provide free legal services, welfare, support, advocacy and community education to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander victims of family violence and/or sexual assault.

      You will have a background in and a passion for a variety of areas of Law including Family Law, Family and Domestic Violence, Child Protection and Victims Assist Matters and your expertise in these areas of Law will be very much relied upon.

      The Skills You Bring

      • You’ll need to be tertiary qualified in Law and a Legal Practitioner within the State of Queensland
      • You’ll need to hold an Unrestricted Practising Certificate
      • Family Law is one of your strongest passions and you’ll have demonstrated experience in legal practice areas such as; Child Protection, Family and Domestic Violence and Victims Compensation and Assistance
      • Great communication is the key in this role and you’re a natural at it with the ability to communicate effectively with all walks of life
      • You’re a natural leader offering a personable, driven and respectful leadership style
      • You will have cultural understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

      You’ll be packing a bag and travelling to some semi-remote locations at times in this role so you’ll need to have the flexibility to pack up & leave when needed and part of your role will be attending outreach and visiting the beautiful surroundings of Cairns.

      What’s In It For You!

      You will be getting a competitive salary package which includes travel allowance, and salary sacrifice options and an exciting opportunity to work for an organisation with a very worthy cause.

      Job Reference: 14635/VS

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    • Financial Counsellor - REF 14344/VS

       

      A Little Bit About Your New Employer

      In this unique opportunity, you’ll get the chance to work for well recognised and highly regarded Not-For-Profit indigenous organisation.

      Your Exciting, New Role

      Based in Cairns, but with very regular travel to the remote communities, through the use of supporting methodologies, you’ll assist clients to make informed choices and seize opportunities for a better life. You’ll help clients develop a long term vision to manage money, build capabilities through financial literacy and behavioural change and build assets through saving and disciplined money management. The Team Leader will provide you will all the support and direction you may need. Your key responsibilities will include:

      • Acting as the first point of contact for face to face and telephone financial counselling services for clients seeking access or referral to a financial counsellor
      • Conducting follow ups with clients to ensure their continued progression
      • Providing financial capability training to clients and groups
      • Mentoring and supporting staff and new team members
      • Assisting clients to address their financial situations and make informed decisions, through delivery of sound coaching principles and techniques

      You’ll be based out of Cairns and but will regularly be packing a bag to travel to some semi-remote locations, so you’ll need to have the flexibility to pack up & leave when needed.

      The Skills You Bring

      • You must hold a Diploma of Community (Financial Counselling)
      • You must hold/or be eligible/willing to obtain membership of the Financial and Consumer Rights Council;
      • You must hold a Certificate IV Training and Assessment;
      • You’ll have strong interpersonal skills so that you can build strong relationships and rapport with clients;
      • You’ll have the ability to communicate effectively with all walks of life;
      • You’ll have cultural knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and be responsive and communicate sensitively and effectively;
      • You’ll have a passion for community and a willingness to assist individuals and groups to achieve a better life;
      • You’re a natural communicator with the oral and written communication skills to match.

      What’s In It For You!

      This is an exciting opportunity and you’ll definitely be receiving a generous salary package, as well as gaining ‘hands on’ experience working within an Indigenous community. Subsidised accommodation will be provided.

      Come and register with us NOW so that we can chat with you about this exciting opportunity!

      Job Reference: 14344/VS

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