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  • 05/01/13--23:29: Employment Consultant
  • Job Details
    Organisation: 
    VicDeaf
    Closing date: 
    Sat, 2013-06-01
    Suburb: 
    Plenty
    Country: 
    Australia
    Summary: 
    Senswide is seeking Disability Employment Services Consultants, who come from within the industry and are looking to join a vibrant team
    Job details: 

    SensWide Employment is a well-established Disability Employment Services provider providing a mix of specialist and generalist programs in both ESS and DMS.

    Senswide is seeking Disability Employment Services Consultants, who have a proven record within the industry and are looking to join a vibrant team. Whilst members of our staff are fluent in Auslan, this role will not require this aspect. We are seeking candidates looking to create a positive change for our clients. Candidates whom have experience with Auslan, or the deaf community are highly encouraged to apply for this role.

    This full-time role is based in the Plenty ESA, across three offices in the northern suburbs. SensWide values a positive workplace culture, professional development and friendly competition, as much as the "hard slog" of job placement.

    SensWide offers an enviable collective agreement, flexible working conditions, an industry competitive wage, and full fringe benefits. Additional benefits include training opportunities, bonus TIL and staff rewards.

    Essential requirements include:

    • Experience in Disability Employment Services
    • Skills in supporting people with mental health needs
    • An ability to engage meaningfully with a variety of people
    • Proven sales and marketing experience in a KPI/target driven environment
    • Personal resilience and a positive can-do attitude
    • Great sense of humour
    • Strong administration skills including computer competence across a range of packages
    • Established self-management/ time management techniques

    Submit your application now via http://vicdeaf.turborecruit.com.au/, or call our Recruitment Team on 1300 00 11 05 to discuss at any time.

    SensWide is a division of the Victorian Deaf Society

    Contact Details
    Contact Name: 
    The Recruitment Team
    Contact Phone: 
    1300 00 11 05

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    Job Details
    Organisation: 
    EACH
    Closing date: 
    Thu, 2013-06-06
    Country: 
    Australia
    Summary: 
    We have an opening for a motivated person to work within a dedicated team environment providing exceptional customer service and administration support to the site.
    Job details: 

    EACH is a creative, responsive and outcomes-oriented organisation that delivers leadership and excellence in integrated youth and family, community health, disability and support services in Melbourne's eastern and western regions and parts of regional New South Wales and Queensland.
    Customer Service Officer - St Albans
    (Temporary Position)

    We are seeking to appoint a Customer Service Officer (9.30am - 3.00pm Monday - Friday) for our St Alban's site.  We have an opening for a motivated person to work within a dedicated team environment providing exceptional customer service and administration support to the site.  If you possess a high level of customer service and administration experience and have a flexible approach we encourage you to apply for this position
    Our high achieving Employment team offers:

    • Team support with opportunities for ongoing professional development
    • Competitive salary with the option to salary sacrifice
    • Flexible work hours / ADO's

    You will be able to demonstrate:

    • Excellence in customer service
    • High level of administration and computer skills
    • Attention to detail

    Applicants must address the Key Selection Criteria to be considered for the role.

    For specific information about the role, please contact Rebecca Franke on (03) 9971 0200
    For a full position description and/or to apply on line please visit our Careers Centre at: http://each.currentjobs.com.au& enter ref code: 1268969.

    Applications close 22 May 2013

    Contact Details
    Contact Name: 
    Rebecca Franke
    Contact Phone: 
    (03) 9971 0200

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    Job Details
    Organisation: 
    WISE Employment
    Closing date: 
    Fri, 2013-06-07
    Street: 
    7-9 Bakewell Street
    Suburb: 
    Cranbourne
    Country: 
    Australia
    Summary: 
    • Opportunity to make a real difference to other people's lives • Friendly and supportive working environment • Make a difference in your local community
    Job details: 

    WISE Employment (WISE) is a successful not-for-profit organisation, committed to providing quality employment, training, occupational rehabilitation and allied health services to disadvantaged members of the community through a range of programs.
     
    Funded by the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA), the Personal Helpers and Mentors (PHaMs) program is designed to provide practical and emotional support to people aged 16 and over whose lives are significantly impacted as a result of mental illness, in order to help them to live more meaningful and fulfilling lives.
     
    We are seeking suitably qualified and experienced individuals who possess an ability to build strong trusting relationships with people experiencing mental health difficulties, treating them with compassion, patience, and empathy. The possession of highly developed communication skills, a non-judgemental attitude, and high levels of resilience are essential for the role.
     
    To be successful in this role, it would be an advantage to have qualifications in such areas as mental health work (non clinical), disability studies, psychology, case management, social work and community services.  As we provide support for individuals who seeking employment, experience constructively working with Australian Government funded Labour Market Programs including: JSA, DES and ADE, would be advantageous.
     
    Applicants must possess and retain a current Victorian Car Drivers Licence and have their own reliable vehicle
     
    The positions will be based at either our Cranbourne or Pakenham offices, or across both, and will be supported by an existing team of experienced PHaMs workers.
     
    WISE actively encourages and welcomes applications from candidates from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, candidates with a disability and indigenous candidates.

    WISE supports a work-life balance approach in developing your career. We will value your contribution and reward you with many benefits including salary packaging, income protection etc.

    Please submit applications hr@wiseemployment.com.au .
     
    To discuss this position or obtain a Position Description, you can contact the PHaMs Program Manager, Chris Browning on 0418 496 577 or by email chris.browning@wiseemployment.com.au

    Contact Details
    Contact Name: 
    Chris Browning
    Contact Phone: 
    0418 496 577

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    Job Details
    Organisation: 
    Mental Illness Fellowship Victoria
    Closing date: 
    Fri, 2013-05-17
    Country: 
    Australia
    Summary: 
    This position provides coordination and ongoing development of best practice Personal Helpers and Mentors (PHaMs) with a specific employment focus. Full Time, based in Frankston.
    Job details: 
    • Exciting new program to commence in June 2013
    • Leadership role
    • Full time, based in Frankston

    This position provides coordination and ongoing development of best practice Personal Helpers and Mentors (PHaMs) with a specific employment focus. The PHaMs program is underpinned by the key outcomes of increased access to appropriate support services at the right time, increased personal capacity and self-reliance and increased community participation.
     
    In this context, the Coordinator and team, working in collaboration with the wider MI Fellowship team and other clinical and community partners, will draw on their skills and knowledge within the employment services and mental health sector to work with our participants to develop and achieve recovery goals and will play a critical role in mentoring and providing practical assistance to our participants in a variety of settings, including assisting job seekers to secure sustainable employment, as well as providing post-placement support in the workplace.
     
    This role will have an initial focus on program setup and achievement of the following outcomes:

    • Coordinate and oversee the activities within the program
    • Manage and maintain positive relationships with our participants, families and carers
    • Work closely with our clinical and community partners and stakeholders
    • Provide supervision to team members and mentor their professional development
    • Ongoing program development using best practice evidence-based approaches

    To be considered, you will possess the following:

    • Qualifications in social science / community support or similar discipline or relevant experience
    • Experience in co-ordinating and leading a team (within the Mental Health sector and/or Employment Services will be advantageous)
    • Strong understanding of the psychosocial rehabilitation model
    • Comfortable working autonomously and as an active team member
    • Highly developed communication and interpersonal skills, excellent organisational skills
    • An understanding and demonstrated commitment to social inclusion and diversity.

    Mental Illness Fellowship Victoria works with people with mental illness, their families and friends to improve their well being. We employ over 250 staff who work across sites within Victoria, and ACT, on a range of innovative education, support, advocacy and rehabilitation programs.
     
    For a confidential discussion about the role, we encourage you to contact Marinette Dames, Peninsula Program Manager, phone 0400 586 479. For a copy of the position description and to find out more about our organisation please visit our "Careers" section at www.mifellowship.org.
     
    To apply please send a copy of your resume and a covering letter, quoting 7503 to: employmentapplications@mifellowship.org.
     
    Applications Welcome Now

    Salary
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    Salary + Super + Salary Packaging benefits
    Contact Details
    Contact Name: 
    Marinette Dames
    Contact Phone: 
    0400 586 479

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  • 05/12/13--21:26: Site Program Co-ordinator
  • Job Details
    Organisation: 
    EACH
    Closing date: 
    Mon, 2013-05-27
    Country: 
    Australia
    Summary: 
    EACH is a creative, responsive and outcomes-oriented organisation that delivers leadership and excellence in integrated youth and family, community health, disability and support services in Melbourne's eastern and western regions and parts of regional New South Wales and Queensland.
    Job details: 

    EACH is a creative, responsive and outcomes-oriented organisation that delivers leadership and excellence in integrated youth and family, community health, disability and support services in Melbourne's eastern and western regions and parts of regional New South Wales and Queensland.
     
    Site Program Co-ordinator (Boronia)

    We are seeking to appoint a Full Time Site Program Co-ordinator for our Boronia site.  

    This is an excellent opportunity for an individual experienced in the Employment Services industry to oversee management of DES staff and operations.  As the Site Program Co-ordinator you will cover one site and have responsibility for staffing, staff development and performance, meeting revenue targets and KPIs, meeting clients' needs and expectations and attracting new jobseekers to the service.
     
    To be successful you will ideally have:

    • Strong people management experience in the Employment Services sector
    • An insight and understanding into the significant barriers facing the long term unemployed and those with a disability
    • A good understanding of the current Disability Employment Services contract - ESS & DMS
    • A good understanding of local labour market issues
    • A results and outcomes focused approach
    • The ability to lead and motivate a team to reach performance goals
    • Excellent time management and organisational ability
    • Effective communication and presentation skills

    Applicants must address the Key Selection Criteria to be considered for the role.

    For specific information about the role, please contact: Joanne Jenkins on (03) 9735 7900.
    For a full position description and/or to apply on line please visit our Careers Centre at: http://each.currentjobs.com.au& enter ref code: 1272710.
     
    Applications close 27 May 2013

    Contact Details
    Contact Name: 
    Joanne Jenkins
    Contact Phone: 
    (03) 9735 7900.

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    Job Details
    Organisation: 
    MADEC Australia
    Closing date: 
    Wed, 2013-05-29
    Street: 
    8 - 12 Bridge Street
    Suburb: 
    Murray Bridge 5253
    Country: 
    Australia
    Summary: 
    Progressive Not for Profit organisation - Multi site operation across 3 states - Partnering with communities - Supportive team environment
    Job details: 

    MADEC Australia is a community based not for profit organisation delivering Employment, Education, Training and Community Development initiatives and solutions throughout Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia.
    Reporting to the Area Manager, this position will be responsible for all facets of administration and reception duties at our Murray Bridge office. This includes finance processes, such as payroll, accounts receivable/payable and petty cash duties. In addition to this, the Administration Officer will perform the accurate taking of messages, client liaison, maintenance of accurate records whilst ensuring the security and confidentiality of jobseeker, student and employer information.
    To be successful you will have strong written and oral communication skills, sound knowledge of Microsoft Office applications and demonstrated ability to effecitvely plan and organise priorities and meet deadlines. In addition to this, you will have experience in a similar role and pride yourself on your attention to detail.
    If  you feel you have the necessary skills, experience and passion to undertake this challenging opportunity, please visit our website at www.madec.edu.au to view a copy of the Position Description and to apply online. Or, for a confidential discussion please contact Joan King, Area Manager on (08) 8531 3520.
    A Working with Children Check or National Police Check is a requirement of this role.

    Contact Details
    Contact Name: 
    Joan King, Area Manager
    Contact Phone: 
    (08) 8531 3520

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    Job Details
    Organisation: 
    MADEC Australia
    Closing date: 
    Wed, 2013-05-29
    Street: 
    8 - 12 Bridge Street
    Suburb: 
    Murray Bridge 5253
    Country: 
    Australia
    Summary: 
    Progressive Not for Profit organisation - Multi site operation across 3 states - Partnering with communities - Supportive team environment
    Job details: 

    MADEC Australia is a community based not for profit organisation delivering Employment, Education, Training and Community Development initiatives and solutions throughout Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia.
    Reporting to the Area Manager, this position will provide leadership to a team of Trainer's and Assessors across a wide curriculum at our Murray Bridge Office. In addition to this, the Team Leader is responsible for managing the training team's work procedures and resources to achieve operational and financial objectives.
    We are looking for expertise in training and education with a strong knowledge of the Australian Quality Training Framework. Ideally, you will possess Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110). Knowledge of Vettrak and VETA systems would be highly desirable. You will have strong leadership skills and influencing ability combined with highly developed communication skills. In addition to this, you will also have sound understanding of local labour market trends and skill shortages.
    If you feel you have the necessary skills, experience and passion to undertake this challenging opportunity, please visit our website at www.madec.edu.au to view a copy of the Position Description and to apply online. Or, for a confidential discussion please contact Joan King, Area Manager on (08) 8531 3520.
    A Working with Children Check or National Police Check is a requirement of this role.

    Contact Details
    Contact Name: 
    Joan King, Area Manager
    Contact Phone: 
    (08) 8531 3520

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  • 05/15/13--21:30: Employment Consultant
  • Job Details
    Organisation: 
    Marillac
    Closing date: 
    Sat, 2013-06-15
    Country: 
    Australia
    Summary: 
    Marillac is currently seeking an Employment Consultants to join their new Employment Service in the Peninsula ESA.
    Job details: 

    Marillac is currently seeking an Employment Consultants to join their new Employment Service in the Peninsula ESA. Marillac is excited to embark on this new business opportunity which will include generalist and specialist services.

    The organisation:

    Based in the south eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Marillac offers people with a disability a wide range of program and services designed to meet their individual needs, and in their pursuit of commitment have adopted the Personal Outcomes Measures (POMs).

    The person:

    To be successful for this role, you will have previously been involved in building relationships with the job seekers, employers and other stakeholders, such as funding bodies.

    Whilst you will be provided with mentoring to support your success in this role, you must have the following skills / attributes:
     

    • A relevant tertiary qualification and/or experience in providing individualised support and employment case management to people with a psychiatric, physical, and/or intellectual disability.
    • A demonstrated ability to link into support services for clients with multiple barriers
    • Be outcomes/ target focused, and have a desire to helps others to achieve their goals
    • Possess exceptional communication skills
    • Have the ability to build strong relationships with people from all walks of life
    • Be computer literate with the Microsoft suite and have knowledge of ESS system
    • A solid understand of DEEWR contractual obligations, whilst complying with accreditation requirements, including Disability Service Standard audits.
    • Ability to monitor and report on placement outcomes for inclusion in claims procedures

    To be considered for these roles you must be able to demonstrate previous experience in a DES / JSA / VRS environment.

    Marillac is a team focused organisation that will support your professional development, whilst rewarding you with a competitive salary package.

    For more information about this role, please contact the Recruitment Team on 1300 001 105 or apply now

    Contact Details
    Contact Name: 
    The Marillac Team
    Contact Phone: 
    1300 00 11 05

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  • 05/17/13--00:03: Employment Consultant
  • Job Details
    Organisation: 
    Melbourne Citymission
    Closing date: 
    Thu, 2013-05-23
    Country: 
    Australia
    Summary: 
    Melbourne Citymission employment services receives referrals from Centrelink across four streams of job readiness ranging from those who are job ready through to those with significant vocational and non-vocational barriers. St Kilda location, ongoing role.
    Job details: 

    St Kilda location
    This is an ongoing, full time position (76 hours per fortnight)
    Melbourne Citymission employment services receives referrals from Centrelink across four streams of job readiness ranging from those who are job ready through to those with significant vocational and non-vocational barriers. The team utilise a suite of in-house pre-employment, social enterprise and industry specific training to engage, support, skill and place young people into employment education and training outcomes.
    The purpose of the role is to provide employment case management services to unemployed people to assist them to find work and/or assist unemployed people to identify barriers to working and develop solutions to overcome those barriers.
    The role will involve a particular emphasis on driving results through effective case management in order to reach KPIs to achieve program outcomes.
    To be successful in this role you will demonstrate the following essential requirements:
    • Demonstrated ability to relate to and work with a range of people experiencing unemployment including long term unemployed
    • Detailed understanding of the current labour market, and the current suite of State and Commonwealth employment education and training options
    • Demonstrated ability to identify, refer and place job seekers into employment pathway opportunities
    • Ability to use innovative approaches to working with unemployed people
    • Strong communication and organisational skills within the administrative and reporting systems
    • Ability to work within a team in a co-located environment with autonomy.
    • Ability to engage employers, training providers and relevant stakeholders
    • Understanding of the barriers experienced by job seekers experiencing disadvantage.
    • Computer Skills
    • Current Driver’s licence
    • Working with Children’s check (or application in progress)
    A police check will be undertaken for the successful applicant.
    Melbourne Citymission supports staff by providing a range of training and professional development opportunities, as well as offering work/life balance practices and the option to purchase additional annual leave. The successful applicant will enjoy excellent benefits including tax effective salary packaging along with competitive remuneration.
    A position description containing further information may be viewed at www.melbournecitymission.org.au/Jobs
    Applications should include a current cv, plus covering letter containing a brief address of the selection criteria as outlined in the position description. Applications should be sent to Matthew Smitten, Manager - Employment via msmitten@mcm.org.au
    Applications close at 5pm May 23rd.
    For further information regarding this role please contact Matthew Smitten, Manager - Employment via msmitten@mcm.org.au or 8625 4444.

    Contact Details

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  • 05/17/13--00:12: Employer Liaison Officer
  • Job Details
    Organisation: 
    Melbourne Citymission
    Closing date: 
    Thu, 2013-05-23
    Suburb: 
    St Kilda
    Country: 
    Australia
    Summary: 
    St Kilda location. We are seeking a results driven person who is passionate about making a real difference through their work. You will have a successful background in working in either business development or sales along with a strong customer service focus. St Kilda location.
    Job details: 

    • Full time, ongoing position
    • St Kilda location
     
    Melbourne Citymission is a specialist Youth Job Services Provider and also provides services to adults.   As part of our Job Services Australia team, the Employer Liaison Officer will work in conjunction with Employment Consultants to identify a portfolio of job ready clients and directly market those clients to employers.  The role will focus on establishing new relationships with employers in order to achieve sustainable employment outcomes for job seekers.

    We are seeking a results driven person who is passionate about making a real difference through their work.  You will have a successful background in working in either business development or sales along with a strong customer service focus.  You are motivated by achieving results and building successful relationships.

     Key requirements for this position include:
    •   Demonstrated experience in business development, or sales
    •    Demonstrated experience working with and assisting disadvantaged people
    •    Highly developed understanding of the employment, education and training environment,
    •    Demonstrable experience in building and maintaining effective business relationships
    •    The ability to work both autonomously and as part of a team
    •    Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to relate effectively with a diverse range of people
    •    Proven ability to operate under pressure, effectively manage own time and meet deadlines
    •    A current Victorian Driver’s licence
    •    A working with children’s check (or application in process)

    A position description containing further information regarding this role is located at http://www.melbournecitymission.org.au/
     
    Applications should include a current cv, plus covering letter containing a brief address of the selection criteria as outlined in the position description. Applications should be sent to Matthew Smitten, Manager - Employment via msmitten@mcm.org.au

    Applications close at 5pm May 23rd.

    For further information regarding this role please contact Matthew Smitten, Manager - Employment via msmitten@mcm.org.au or 8625 4444.

    Contact Details
    Contact Phone: 
    8625 4444

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  • 05/19/13--22:16: HR172 Employment Consultant
  • Job Details
    Organisation: 
    MADEC Australia
    Closing date: 
    Wed, 2013-06-05
    Street: 
    Marion/Noarlunga
    Suburb: 
    Marion/Noarlunga
    Country: 
    Australia
    Summary: 
    Progressive Not for Profit organisation - Multi site operation across three states - Partnering with communities - Supportive team environment
    Job details: 

    MADEC Australia is a community based not for profit organisation delivering Employment, Education, Training and Community Development initiatives and solutions throughout Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia.
    Do you have a flair for case management, thrive on building industry relationships and providing ongoing employment support to employers and their new employees? Are you motivated by striving to achieve targets? Then this role is for you!
    We have an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and energetic Employment Consultant to join our team in Southern Adelaide. In this multi-faceted role, you will work closely with jobseekers to assess their readiness for employment by identifying their skills and experience, and help develop partnerships with local industry employers that will enable you to fully understand their needs and then match the appropriate jobseeker and provide ongoing assistance and support. Experience in conducting Post Placement Support/Claims Tracking will be highly regarded.
    You must bring energy, initiative and a commitment to the provision of outstanding service that results in successful long term relationships and the attainment of individual targets. In addition to this, you will possess highly developed communication, teamwork and organisational skills.
    If you feel you have the necessary skills, experience and passion to undertake this challenging opportunity, please visit our website at www.madec.edu.au to view a copy of the Position Description and to apply online. Or, for a confidential discussion, please contact Gary Miller, Area Manager on 0427 856 910.
    A Working with Children Check or a National Police Check is a requirement of this role.

    Contact Details
    Contact Name: 
    Gary Miller, Area Manager
    Contact Phone: 
    0427 856 910

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    Job Details
    Organisation: 
    AMES
    Closing date: 
    Tue, 2013-06-04
    Country: 
    Australia
    Summary: 
    Work with the largest specialist employment agency in helping Streams 1-4 job seekers utilise their skills and achieve their full potential. Based in AMES Employment's Preston/Coburg offices.
    Job details: 

    AMES is a statutory authority which specialises in the delivery of education, training, employment, settlement and community services to a culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) client base.

    AMES works in partnership with other service providers to deliver the Government Employment Services Contract. AMES Employment is now the largest specialist employment agency, with a focus on supporting those from CALD backgrounds. AMES holds a strong position in the industry and its' Employment Division helps job seekers utilise their skills and achieve their full potential.

    The purpose of the Employment Consultant position is to provide individualised support and assistance to job seekers in overcoming barriers to employment and ensuring that they gain suitable employment in an appropriate timeframe. The role will involve managing a caseload of job seekers, reverse marketing candidates and training.

    We are seeking applications from candidates with a demonstrated record of success in Employment Services, or with similar expertise in a compatible field. They will have a working knowledge of the Job Services Australia contract and be conversant with current labour market trends, as well as possess the ability to implement innovative solutions to assist job seekers in gaining employment.

    Strong organisational skills and computer literacy are necessary components of the role as the Employment Consultant needs to plan, monitor and report on clients’ progress in the delivery of Intensive Support (IS) services. The successful applicant will also have outstanding cross cultural communication and interpersonal skills, as they will need to advocate on behalf of clients, as well as motivate them in their efforts to secure work. Qualifications in Employment Services, supported by a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, will be looked upon favourably.

    This full time position is based in AMES Employment's North Eastern Region (Preston and Coburg Offices) and is on offer on a fixed term basis for one year.

    The salary for the Employment Consultant position is $55,666 per annum, plus 9% Superannuation.
     
    Closing Date for Applications: COB, Tuesday, 4 June 2013
     
    Full position details and how to apply are available on the AMES website: http://www.ames.net.au/careers-at-ames/vacancies.html
     
    AMES is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants must have the right to work in Australia. Offers of employment will be subject to a satisfactory police check.

    **Recruitment Agency applications will not be accepted**

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    $55,666 p.a. + 9% Superannuation
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    Job Details
    Organisation: 
    MADEC Australia
    Closing date: 
    Fri, 2013-06-07
    Street: 
    Southern Adelaide
    Suburb: 
    Southern Adelaide
    Country: 
    Australia
    Summary: 
    Progressive Not for Profit organisation - Multi site operation across 3 states - Partnering with communities - Supportive team environment
    Job details: 

    MADEC Australia is a community based not for profit organisation delivering Employment, Education and Training initiatives and solutions throughout Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia.
    Working across our Marion and Noarlunga sites you will be a motivated facilitator to deliver our Language, Literacy and Numeracy Program (LLNP) to provide participants with necessary skills development and community participation for future education, training or employment.
    Reporting to the Training and Education Manager, you will be responsible for:

    •  Developing and preparing resources and strategies for the delivery and assessment of LLNP in accordance with contract guidelines and the AQTF
    •  Monitoring attendance of students according to program requirements
    •  Coordinating the flow of information between MADEC and relevant stakeholders
    •  Developing and maintaining professional business relationships with stakeholders, including the Commonwealth and Government Agencies

    You must have a formal pre-service Australian teaching qualification (e.g. Bachelor of Education, Diploma of Education or equivalent), or an undergraduate degree. In addition, you must have a recognised specialist TESOL or specialist Adult Literacy qualification. You will also possess a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or its equivalent.
    This role will suit a highly organised, flexible and personable applicant with exceptional communication, facilitation and presentation skills. You will be well practised in being your own motivator, with excellent time management, planning and relationship building skills.
    A Position Description and online application is available on our website at www.madec.edu.au. For a confidential discussion please contact Laura McLachlan on 0409 254 111.
    A Working with Children Check or National Police Check is a requirement of this role.
     

    Contact Details
    Contact Name: 
    Laura McLachlan
    Contact Phone: 
    0409 254 111

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    Job Details
    Organisation: 
    MADEC Australia
    Closing date: 
    Wed, 2013-06-12
    Street: 
    8-12 Bridge Street
    Suburb: 
    Murray Bridge 5253
    Country: 
    Australia
    Summary: 
    Progressive Not for Profit organisation - Multi site operation across three states - Partnering with communities - Supportive team environment
    Job details: 

    MADEC Australia is a community based not for profit organisation delivering Employment, Education, and Training initiatives and solutions throughout Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia.
    We are seeking a motivated facilitator to deliver professional training in Certificate II in Retail and Certificate II in Hospitality Services at our Murray Bridge site. Reporting to the Area Manager, you will be responsible for delivering high quality training in retail/hospitality services. In addition to this, you will liaise with industry to understand current trends and market needs as well as promote the course to potential participants who wish to work in these exciting industry sectors.
    You will:

    • Provide quality face to face delivery
    • Visit student workplace for training and assessment
    • Conduct, mark and record student assessments
    • Ensure compliance to relevant training and assessment frameworks

    Your passion for these industries and professionalism will shine through. Coupled with your experience in planning, delivering and assessing students, you will have Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (or its equivalent) and Certificate II or higher in either Retail or Hospitality or desire to work toward a relevant qualification(s).
    As the position is sessional, we encourage applicants who are seeking flexible hours.
    If you feel you have the necessary skills, experience and passion to undertake this challenging opportunity please visit our website at www.madec.edu.au to view a copy of the Position Description and to apply online. Or, for a confidential discussion please contact Joan King, Area Manager on (08) 8531 3520.
    A Working with Children Check or National Police Check is a requirement of this role.

    Contact Details
    Contact Name: 
    Joan King, Area Manager
    Contact Phone: 
    (08) 8531 3520

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    Job Details
    Organisation: 
    MADEC Australia
    Closing date: 
    Wed, 2013-06-19
    Street: 
    27 Frances Terrace
    Suburb: 
    Kadina 5554
    Country: 
    Australia
    Summary: 
    Progressive Not for Profit organisation - Multi site operation across 3 states - Partnering with communities - Supportive team environment
    Job details: 

    Upholding trust, individual and organisational accountability, and with the ethos of strengthening communities through the provision of training, employment and education is what we do best, however to achieve quality outcomes across our organisation we need great people.
    Challenging and rewarding role • Excellent career opportunity • Cross functional team
    A dynamic and motivated Employment Consultant - Marketer is needed to work as part of our dedicated team. You will be responsible for working with our jobseekers to assess their readiness for employment by identifying their skills and experience, developing  job search techniques and identifying relevant training and education options. Your focus will be on placing jobseekers into sustainable work by utilising your effective marketing, relationship building skills and industry contacts.
    Your highly developed communication, teamwork and organisational strengths will be utilised to maximise employment outcomes in a target driven industry. Further, you will demonstrate a proven track record in proactive marketing with the success of building and maintaining quality relationships. Previous experience within the job services/labour hire industry would be advantageous.
    If you feel you have the necessary skills, experience and passion to undertake this challenging opportunity visit our website at www.madec.edu.au to view a copy of the Position Description and to apply online. Or, for a confidential discussion please contact Cynthia Walton, Team Leader on (08) 8821 6000.
    A Working with Children Check or National Police Check is a requirement of this role.

    Contact Details
    Contact Name: 
    Cynthia Walton, Team Leader
    Contact Phone: 
    (08) 8821 6000

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    Job Details
    Organisation: 
    MADEC Australia
    Closing date: 
    Fri, 2013-06-14
    Street: 
    Shop 2001A Westfield Marion
    Suburb: 
    Oaklands Park SA
    Country: 
    Australia
    Summary: 
    Progressive Not for Profit organisation - Multi site operation across three states - Partnering with communities - Supportive team environment
    Job details: 

    Upholding trust, individual and organisational accountability, and with the ethos of strengthening communities through the provision of training, employment and education is what we do best, however to achieve quality outcomes across our organisation we need great people.
    Challenging and rewarding role • Excellent career opportunity • Cross functional team
    A dynamic and motivated Employment Consultant - Marketer is needed to work as part of our dedicated team. You will be responsible for working with our jobseekers to assess their readiness for employment by identifying their skills and experience, developing job search techniques and identifying relevant training and education options. Your focus will be on placing jobseekers into sustainable work by utilising your effective marketing, relationship building skills and industry contacts.
    Your highly developed communication, teamwork and organisational strengths will be utilised to maximise employment outcomes in a target driven industry. Further, you will demonstrate a proven track record in proactive marketing with the success of building and maintaining quality relationships. Previous experience within the job services/labour hire industry would be advantageous.
    If you feel you have the necessary skills, experience and passion to undertake this challenging opportunity please visit our website at www.madec.edu.au to view a copy of the Position Description and to apply online. Or, for a confidential discussion please contact Gary Miller, Area Manager on 0427 856 910.
    A Working with Children Check or National Police Check is a requirement of this role.

    Contact Details
    Contact Name: 
    Gary Miller, Area Manager
    Contact Phone: 
    0427 856 910

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  • 05/30/13--21:43: HR181 Employment Consultant
  • Job Details
    Organisation: 
    MADEC Australia
    Closing date: 
    Fri, 2013-06-14
    Street: 
    Shop F5 Centro Colonnades
    Suburb: 
    Noarlunga Centre SA 5168
    Country: 
    Australia
    Summary: 
    Progressive Not for Profit organisation - Multi site operation across three states - Partnering with communities - Supportive team environment
    Job details: 

    Upholding trust, individual and organisational accountability and with the ethos of strengthening communities through the provision of training, employment and education is what we do best, however to achieve quality outcomes across our organisation we need great people.
    This role will see you use your enthusiasm and passion as an Employment Consultant to make a positive difference to jobseekers. Reporting to the Team Leader, you will be responsible for delivering high quality employment services specifically, you will provide assistance to jobseekers proactively promoting and marketing clients to potential employers with a view to placing them in sustainable employment.
    Ideally, you will have previous case management experience in Employment Services sector, have an insight and understand into the significant barriers that face the short and long term unemployed and thrive in a results and compliance focused environment. You have a genuine desire to help people and possess strong communication skills and computer literacy. Furthermore, you will build strong employer relationships and you will engage and motivate others.
    If you feel you have the necessary skill, experience and passion to undertake this challenging opportunity please visit our website at www.madec.edu.au to view a copy of the Position Description and to apply online. Or, for a confidential discussion please contact Gary Miller, Area Manager on 0427 856 910.
    A Working with Children Check or National Police Check is a requirement of this role.

    Contact Details
    Contact Name: 
    Gary Miller, Area Manager
    Contact Phone: 
    0427 856 910

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  • 05/30/13--23:26: Real Voices Campaigner
  • Job Details
    Organisation: 
    United Voice
    Closing date: 
    Sun, 2013-06-30
    Street: 
    113-131 Capel Street
    Suburb: 
    North Melbourne
    Country: 
    Australia
    Summary: 
    United Voice (formerly LHMU) is a union of workers organising to win better jobs, stronger communities, a fairer society and a sustainable future. We represent workers in a diverse range of industries including casinos, hotels, early childhood education and care, cleaning, security, ambulance and manufacturing.
    Job details: 

    Our Real Voices for Change campaign aims to build the political power of United Voice members to win change on key social and economic justice issues that affect them.  The Real Voices Campaigner’s role is to use their research, writing and campaign skills to build awareness of and support for our Real Voices campaign among our members, key stakeholders and the broader community, and enhance our capacity to win change.
    To be successful in this role you must have:

    • Strong strategic, research and analytical abilities
    • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills
    • Understanding the importance of building a powerful, compelling narrative
    • Excellent time management skills, ability to work unsupervised, under pressure, and work on multiple projects
    • Understanding of social media, blogging and digital campaigning
    • Commitment to, and demonstrated ability to work well as part of a team
    • Passion, commitment to social justice, community empowerment and unionism
    • Experience working in a campaign environment

    Desirable:

    • Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite (In Design, Photoshop, Illustrator)
    • Experience writing video scripts, using video editing programs such as Adobe Premiere Pro.
    • Video and photography skills

    Salary: Competitive salary, commensurate with experience. Benefits include generous superannuation, income protection and 6 weeks annual leave.
     
    To Apply: In a letter outline why you would like to work with United Voice in this position, and how your skills and qualifications make you the ideal candidate along with a current résumé & published examples of your writing. Send your application to Jess Walsh, Victorian Secretary, United Voice, c/o jobsforjustice@unitedvoice.org.au.
     
    If you have any questions in relation to this position please call Tim Petterson for a confidential discussion on 9235 7754.
     
     
     


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  • 06/03/13--22:36: Site Program Manager
  • Job Details
    Organisation: 
    EACH
    Closing date: 
    Fri, 2013-06-21
    Country: 
    Australia
    Summary: 
    This is an excellent opportunity for an individual experienced in the Employment Services industry to oversee management of DES staff and operations.
    Job details: 

    EACH is a creative, responsive and outcomes-oriented organisation that delivers leadership and excellence in integrated youth and family, community health, disability and support services in Melbourne's eastern and western regions and parts of regional New South Wales and Queensland.
    Site Program Manager (Boronia)
    We are seeking to appoint a Full Time Site Program Manager for our Boronia site.
    This is an excellent opportunity for an individual experienced in the Employment Services industry to oversee management of DES staff and operations. As the Site Program Manager you will cover one site and have responsibility for staffing, staff development and performance, meeting revenue targets and KPIs, meeting clients' needs and expectations and attracting new jobseekers to the service.
    To be successful you will ideally have:

    • Strong people management experience in the Employment Services sector
    • An insight and understanding into the significant barriers facing the long term unemployed and those with a disability
    • A good understanding of the current Disability Employment Services contract - ESS & DMS
    • A good understanding of local labour market issues
    • A results and outcomes focused approach
    • The ability to lead and motivate a team to reach performance goals
    • Excellent time management and organisational ability
    • Effective communication and presentation skills

    Applicants must address the Key Selection Criteria to be considered for the role.
    For specific information about the role, please contact: Joanne Jenkins on (03) 9735 7900.
    For a full position description and/or to apply on line please visit our Careers Centre at: http://each.currentjobs.com.au& enter ref code: 1291310.
    Applications close 21 June 2013

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    Job Details
    Organisation: 
    Melbourne City Mission
    Closing date: 
    Mon, 2013-06-24
    Country: 
    Australia
    Summary: 
    Are you an experienced Case Manager with a passion to work with young people who have disengaged or are at risk of disengaging from Education?
    Job details: 

    Full-time ongoing position
    CBD / North Fitzroy location

    Do you have a passion to work with young people who have disengaged or are at risk of disengaging from Education?

    In this position you will provide case management support to young people to explore their educational pathways and goals.  You will have a key role in helping young people make a successful transition to re-engage into education, training or employment.  As the Education & Training Youth Case Manager, you will be involved in the development of a variety of programs to support young people in education.

    To be successful in this role you will have:

    - Prior experience working as a case manager in the community sector, preferably working with disengaged young people
    - A qualification in Youth Work/Social Work/Community Development/Education or similar
    - An understanding of the barriers young people may face in accessing employment, education and training
    - Driver's licence
    - Working with children check (or application in progress)

    A police check will be undertaken for the successful applicant.
     
    Applications should contain a cv and covering letter briefly addressing the selection criteria as outlined on the position description.  Applications close at 10am on the 24th June 2013 and should be forward to Vanessa Rendina via: Vrendina@mcm.org.au

    For further information regarding this opportunity please contact Vanessa Rendina, Coordinator Education, Support & Engagement Ph: 8486 2159

    A position description containing further information at http://www.melbournecitymission.org.au/Jobs

    *This position has been readvertised.  Applicants who have recently applied for this position do not need to resubmit their applications.
     

    Contact Details
    Contact Name: 
    Vanessa
    Contact Phone: 
    8486 2159

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