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  • 16 Aug 2018 4:40 PM | Jessica Hermosilla

    CBAA Support Officer - Sydney (NSW)

    Support the peak body for Australia’s largest independent media sector by providing professional support to community broadcasters.

    The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA) champions community radio by building the capability and sustainability of stations and creating a health environment for the sector to thrive.

    As a Support Officer, you will provide direct support to hundreds of community radio stations around Australia, helping them become stronger organisations and in turn strengthen their contributions to their communities.

    You will be a key frontline point of contact for station inquiries and assist CBAA in the provision of support to members and service subscribers. The role will assist CBAA in providing a service that is responsive to the needs of the stations it supports.

    This is a perfect role for someone passionate about community radio, is professional, is a proactive problem solver who loves a good chat and who is interested in supporting a national peak body organisation.


    This is a full time role that can be split over 4 or 5 days at the candidates discretion


    About Community Broadcasting

    Community broadcasting is a key pillar in the Australian media landscape, and recognised internationally as one of the most successful examples of grassroots media. Over 5 million people tune in to 450+ not-for-profit, community-owned and operated radio services operating across the country each week. Stations play an important role in providing a voice for communities that aren’t adequately serviced by other broadcasting sectors and provide programming that caters to the needs and interest groups of their communities.

    Watch 'This is Community Radio'.

     

    About the role

    The purpose of the Support Officer role is to provide superior service to CBAA members / subscribers and prospective members and to assist CBAA in the provision of support to members / subscribers in adherence with established CBAA practices. The role will assist CBAA in providing a service that is responsive to the needs of members / subscribers.

    The role primarily works with members / subscribers, Marketing & Engagement team, other internal service providers and external contacts such as service providers, members and subscribers

     

    Key Skills & Competencies Required

    • Tertiary qualifications in broadcasting or equivalent work experience
    • Previous community broadcasting sector experience in a similar role
    • Experience within the Not-for-Profit community based or membership based organisations
    • Exceptional commitment to client service
    • Ability to work closely and collaboratively with colleagues and build rapport with key stakeholders
    • Proactive approach to problem solving
    • Commitment to teamwork
    • Demonstrated relationship management
    • Excellent verbal and written communication
    • Demonstrated ability to work efficiently and autonomously
    • Results focused
    • Ability to provide and maintain quality service and portray a professional image on behalf of CBAA at all times
    • Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
    • Understanding and familiarisation in the utilisation of databases
    • Eligibility to work in Australia on a permanent basis
    • Willingness to work outside standard hours when required, specifically where workload or deadlines required

     

    Preferred Knowledge

    • Familiarity with community broadcasting operation and issues in Australia
    • Broadcast technology knowledge desirable

     

    How to apply

    For full details of the role, download the candidate pack. Candidates should provide a cover letter, CV, and responses to the top five selection criteria provided in the candidate pack. Please email all applications to jobs@cbaa.org.au.

    Contact Information

    For an informal conversation about the role, please call or email:

    Helen Henry, Senior Manager Stakeholder Engagement

    T: 02 9310 2999

    E: office@cbaa.org.au

    If you require any further information, please explore our website www.cbaa.org.au or contact us on 02 9310 2999


  • 01 Aug 2018 1:37 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    We are seeking an Events Officer to join our small but dynamic team. Palliative Care SA is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to supporting South Australians living with chronic, life limiting and terminal illness and those who care for them.

    The Events Officer is responsible for the coordination and delivery of high quality, professional events including conferences, workshops, seminars and webinars.

    Working closely with the Communications and Social Media Officer and the CEO, the Events Officer is primarily responsible for all PCSA’s events including:

    • PCSA’s event program (6 forums, a conference, 4 webinars, National Palliative Care Week events and activities, World Hospice and Palliative Care Day events and activities and on demand webinars and podcasts)
    • All aspects of event management including schedules, running order, set-up of events, on-site management, event follow-up
    • Liaison with event stakeholders including speakers, venues, sponsors caterers and organising committees
    • Event registration, including loading events onto Eventbrite or other event management platform, registration campaigns, confirmation of registration and delegate communications
    • Event systems maintenance including updating PCSA website with new events, updating the member CRM, managing the webinar and event registration platforms etc
    • Working with Communications and Social Media Officer and the office administration team members to produce outstanding events.

    This role would be well suited to an individual who has experience in the coordination of events from end to end in professional services or healthcare environment, ideally familiar with Associations and/or the not-for-profit sector.

    Reporting to the CEO, we are looking for a team member with:

    • Experience in event management and successful delivery of events of all sizes and types
    • Excellent communication and negotiation skills
    • Eagerness to work collaboratively with the rest of the organisation to support the Association’s vision and mission
    • Strong project management and execution skills
    • Ability to deal with pressure and competing deadlines

    Applications are now being accepted. Email to twatters@pallcare.asn.au. Applications close on Friday 31 August 2018.

  • 01 Aug 2018 1:27 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    We are seeking a Communications and Social Media guru to promote Palliative Care South Australia’s mission and activities.

    Palliative Care SA is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to supporting South Australians living with chronic, life limiting and terminal illness and those who care for them.

    This is a brand new role, responsible for delivering comprehensive communication activity across all media platforms to build and promote the Palliative Care brand.

    You are an influential personality that can positively impact on our passionate culture and are driven to achieve results. You will be skilled at creating accurate, timely and engaging content and have a good understanding of what works on different platforms.

    You will be responsible for;

    • Writing media releases, articles and editorials for magazines and newspapers
    • Developing compelling customer case studies and member stories
    • Managing our social media content and platforms and developing online advertising campaigns
    • Managing member and stakeholder communications via newsletters (EDM)
    • Preparing product and organisational literature
    • Co-ordinating internal communications
    • Managing the website content
    • Developing audio and video content
    • Providing marketing and communications support PCASA events and campaigns

    For your application to be considered you will need the following:

    • Must have strong written communication skills
    • Experience in similar roles
    • Degree in Journalism, PR, Marketing or Communication advantageous
    • Experience in social media content creation, management, advertising and analytics
    • Experience in online advertising with platforms such as Adwords and Facebook
    • Use of Adobe Indesign advantageous
    • Ability to work autonomously as well as within a team environment
    • Enthusiasm and creativity
    • Influencing and stakeholder management skills

    The incumbent will be appointed on a fixed term part time basis to June 30th 2020.

    A three-month probation period applies. Contractors are also invited to apply, including your proposed hourly rate.

    Please forward your resume and a cover letter explaining why you are the right person for this job by 31 August 2018 to twatters@pallcare.asn.au with Communication and Social Media Officer in the subject title.

  • 25 Jul 2018 2:59 PM | Holly Morchat Stanko

    ACENZ represents the nations consulting industry for engineering & related professionals. Membership currently stands at over 190 companies employing some 12,000 people. 

    PURPOSE OF POSITION

    The ACENZ Support Services Manager must be able to easily step into any project and efficiently assist the team with logistical and administrative support. Primary duties include assistance with the administration of our database, Member records, website and online communication portals, manage Association travel & accommodation requirements and assist with Events administration. 

    As part of a small close-knit team, the SS will assist with Membership systems, including applications of new members, and member interface activities. Coordination with staff to maintain the membership database and related website and online portal services. The SSM also handles event administration, travel bookings and actively supports the running of the ACENZ office and other duties as needed.

    REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS
    • Reports directly to CEO and GM 
    • Works together with Corporate Services Manager & Membership Engagement Manager and the Board or other personnel and volunteers as needed. 

    MEMBERSHIP & DATABASE SUPPORT

    • Work with the other managers on Membership programmes, administration and other duties as required.
    • Assist with Membership systems including administration of applications.
    • Assist GM with website maintenance and content
    • Assist GM with communication portals and scheduling of content
    • Manage the regular update of the Membership database (goal of updating 10 firms details per month)

    TRAVEL AND AWARDS ADMINISTRATION
    • Co-ordinate travel and accommodation for Board Meetings and other relevant Association meetings.
    • Assist the GM with Awards administration (both student and project awards) as needed
    • Assist the GM with engagement of the Young Professionals, Committees, and other groups as required

    EVENTS ADMINISTRATION
    •  Creating the online registration portal and uploading content to web
    • Drafting event communication and distributing to members
    • Monitoring RSVPs and responding to attendee inquiries
    • Liaising with the venue to provide final head counts 
    • Attending events and conferences
    • Co-coordinating administrative/logistical requirements such as:
      • Collecting any dietary needs or notes
      • On-site registration management
      • Pre/Post-event surveys and response collection
      • Uploading any event photos, 
      • Ensuring that event data is transferred correctly to database
      • Other event administration duties as needed

    FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SUPPORT
    •  Administer events/conferences/sponsorship payment and invoicing, 
    • Invoicing 
    • Accounts clerical 
    • Petty cash & receipts 
    • Other accounting/finance related administration as needed, working with CSM 

    OFFICE & PROJECT MANAGEMENT
    (Shared with other staff on a roster/as needed basis)
    • When needed, confidently manage various projects for the benefit of ACENZ activities, programmes, or operations taking ownership and using initiative to ensure quality results 
    • Greet and when necessary host visitors, guests and elected representatives. 
    • Check communications & voice messages 
    • Liaise with outside service providers to address scope, orders and manage stationery and documentation requirements 
    • Manage photocopying maintenance and supplies orders 
    • Administrative support for surveys as needed,
    • When required, take minutes of meetings 

    OTHER DUTIES
    • Build and manage relationships with key industry members for the benefit of ACENZ members and stakeholders 
    • Represent ACENZ and Chief Executive at external meetings when requested 
    • Contribute to the provision of trusted advice and services to ACENZ through solid internal and external communication 
    • Assist with ACENZ brand, design and content creation for online and printed publications 
    • Administer some of the design and print content of ACENZ communications 
    • Attend and assist with other industry meetings when applicable 
    • Assist with event programming and content/topics along with the ACENZ staff 
    • Attend lunchtime or dinner social functions as required 
    • Deal with routine internal and external correspondence as required 
    • Adhoc administrative duties as and when required 
    • Maintain a “team player” attitude, demonstrating initiative and quality based results drive 

    EXPERIENCE & ATTRIBUTES
     The successful candidate will have excellent administrative and some financial/accounting skills (MYOB an advantage)They will be comfortable dealing with senior people from the private and public sectors. Computer literacy is essential to the position, 

    With a small staff a positive, “can do” attitude is very important, as duties and projects can vary. The ability to work with little instruction and “thinking on your feet” is required to fulfill this role successfully. 

    ACENZ is a well respected organisation located in the CBD that has wide recognition from politicians, business leaders and the construction industry.

    Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa. $58,000-$62,000 based on experience. This is for a full time role (contract/temp) based in Wellington, New Zealand.


    Please contact Holly Morchat Stanko at hmorchat@acenz.org.nz with any questions regarding this job. 

    When ready to apply, please email your CV and cover letter to Kieran Shaw, CEO at ksceo@acenz.org.nz 

    Applications will be reviewed and interviews scheduled as applications come in.

    We're a hard working office who likes to have fun too!


  • 20 Jul 2018 2:44 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    About the company

    Engineers Australia is well known for being the peak professional body, the trusted voice and the global home of the Australian engineering profession.

    Through a sustained period of significant innovation and growth, Engineers Australia as an organisation has evolved to become known as a top membership-based organisation that not only leads and influences the engineering profession through strategic partnerships with industry and the Australian Government, but also offers an ever-growing suite of member benefits, products and services that are considered world-class.

    About the role

    Engineers Australia is seeking a proven business development leader, someone who can develop business strategy and lead a team focused on growing the value of new and existing client partnerships. This role has the ability to be undertaken out of Engineers Australia's offices in either Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane or Canberra.

    Here’s what you will be expected to do:

    • Contribute to the development and implementation of strategies to grow client spend.
    • Become a sector expert to develop strategies to win, maintain and grow clients, and share market intelligence on industry developments, trends and industry movements
    • Drive a key account management culture within the business
    • Lead a national client manager team, including responsibility for staff development, coaching, performance and business unit outcomes.
    • Ensure operational plans and budgets for the business unit are effectively developed and implemented, and identified goals are met.
    • Manage multiple high level projects to enhance the deliverables of the team for the organisation.

    To succeed in this role, you will be expected to show:

    • Previous experience leading a high performing business development / client team with a tertiary degree qualification preferably in related discipline.
    • Proven track record of driving business/revenue growth in a commercial setting
    • Success in B2B solution selling with a history of closing sales and achieving targets.
    • Track record of growing staff capability.
    • Ability to conduct negotiations, influence and interact with business leaders.
    • Excellent written, oral, presentation, interpersonal and team skills.

    Want to apply or know more?

    If you feel that you have the necessary skills, drive and experience to excel in this position, please submit an up-to-date resume and cover letter.

    To apply for this position in Brisbane, click here.

    To apply for this position in Melbourne, click here.

    To apply for this position in Sydney, click here.

    To apply for this position in Canberra, click here. 

    If you would like to have a confidential discussion about this opportunity, please contact: Noel Dos Santos – General Manager, Business Growth – NDosSantos@engineersaustralia.org.au to arrange a suitable time.

    A copy of the full position description is available on our website https://www.engineersaustralia.org.au/About-Us/Jobs-At-Engineers-Australia

    Applications close: Sunday 29 July 2018

    Please note: applications that do not include a cover letter may not be considered for this opportunity

    Culture and Benefits

    A competitive base salary and remuneration package will be negotiated with the successful candidate. In addition, our staff enjoy a range of employee benefits at their fingertips including (but not limited to): salary sacrificing/packaging; complimentary salary continuance, life and TPD insurance; paid parental leave, a standard 35-hour full-time working week and additional paid Christmas leave.

  • 20 Jul 2018 2:34 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    About Engineers Australia

    With over 100,000 members, Engineers Australia is the voice of the engineering profession in Australia. We are focused on the advancement of engineering and the professional development of our members through every stage of their careers.

    About the role

    As part of our People and Workplace team, this HR generalist role forms a critical part of our small and busy People and Workplace team.

    This role will allow you to apply, and develop, your proven experience as a well-regarded, results-focused, HR generalist. While servicing your assigned internal business group customers in terms of providing the full range of HR support (incl. recruitment, induction, performance management, remuneration, learning and development, termination processes and policy interpretation and development etc.) you will also have the opportunity to contribute to a number of significant staffing-oriented projects that we currently have underway.

    Some domestic travel will be required from time to time.

    This opportunity provides considerable variety and diversity in scope; this is a great opportunity to develop your HR generalist career as part of a small and professionally-focused team!

    To succeed

    As the successful applicant, you will quickly establish trusting relationships with your internal customers. Additionally, you will possess the following skills and attributes:

    • tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or other business discipline;
    • experience in a busy HR generalist role in a multi-site organisation;
    • superb inter-personal/communication skills;
    • excellent time management, problem solving and multi-tasking skills; and
    • being responsive and accessible to the needs of your internal customers.

    Want to apply or know more?

    If you feel that you have the necessary skills, drive and experience to excel in this position, please submit an up-to-date resume and cover letter.

    To apply for the Canberra position, click here. 

    To apply for the Melbourne position, click here. 

    If you would like to have a confidential discussion about this opportunity, or wish to receive a copy of the Position Description please contact Michael Nobelen, National Manager, People and Workplace 02 6270 6127 or at mnobelen@engineersaustralia.org.au.

    The role is available in Barton, Canberra and Melbourne CBD. 

  • 19 Jul 2018 4:44 PM | Jessica Hermosilla

    The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA) champions community broadcasting by building stations’ capability and by creating a healthy environment for the sector to thrive. 

    Community broadcasting is a vital part of the Australian media landscape. The 450+ radio services broadcasting across Australia to over 5.3 million people per week play an important role in providing a voice for communities that aren’t adequately serviced by other broadcasting sectors. These include:

    • Indigenous Australians
    • Ethnic communities
    • Educational services
    • Religious communities
    • Print disabled communities
    • Music, arts and cultural services
    • Youth and seniors’ communities

    These community broadcasting services:

    • Provide a diverse range of viewpoints that enrich the social and cultural fabric of Australian society and contribute to public interest outcomes
    • Promote the identities of local communities and contribute to social inclusion
    • Provide opportunities for participation in free-to-air public broadcasting and content production
    • Contribute to media diversity
    • Generate a high level of local content
    • Provide a unique range of services and programs

    The CBAA has a casual vacancy on its Board and is seeking a new Director to complement the skills and experience of current Directors.  Interested applicants with a sound understanding of governance would be encouraged to apply, but skills/ attributes in the following are also being sought:

    • critical thinking and governance practices
    • community and stakeholder engagement
    • Culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds
    • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds
    • From a regional or rural location

    Applicants with the following core skills will also be favoured:

    • corporate governance qualifications
    • leadership and strategic thinking
    • risk management
    • experience in the not-for-profit sector

    CBAA is a company limited by guarantee.

    Further information about the role can be obtained by emailing Rainbow Yuen at ryuen@cbaa.org.au

    Applications are due by COB 3rd August 2018.

    How to Apply

    For full details of the role and to download the Board Kit, or please visit our website www.cbaa.org.au . Candidates should provide a CV and cover letter with relevant responses to the key skills/ attributes provided above. Responses to the criteria assist us in shortlisting candidates.

    All applications should be emailed to ryuen@cbaa.org.au

    More information

    Any questions on CBAA Board Membership can be directed to Jon Bisset, CBAA Chief Executive Officer on 02 9310 2999 or jbisset@cbaa.org.au.

  • 17 Jul 2018 2:40 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    About the business and the role

    ACS is the professional association for Australia's information and communications technology (ICT) sector. We are committed to creating the environment and providing the opportunities for our members and partners to be recognised and succeed. We are passionate about the ICT profession being recognised as a driver of innovation and business – able to deliver real tangible outcomes

    In joining the ACS you will be joining a talented and committed team dedicated to advancing the ICT profession and society. You will be provided with an attractive remuneration package, ongoing professional development opportunities within our stunning new offices in Barangaroo.

    Job tasks and responsibilities

    The Case Officer role involves administration for migration skills assessment applications, ensuring all documentation meets ACS requirements and all customer service interactions via email and phone.

    To be successful in this role you will need to have a good eye for details, a warm and patient attitude towards customers and a strong commitment to teamwork.

    All training will be provided, and we are specifically seeking a great team player who will go the extra mile and has an above average ethic of teamwork.

    Each case officer manages a regular allocation of cases and contributes to team tasks such as phone and email enquiries. A proactive attitude is essential in managing individual workloads and in contributing to team objectives.

    Experience in using Salesforce software and MS Outlook an advantage.

    Skills and experience

    • High level of attention to detail in documentation, processes and procedures
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Positive attitude towards customer service and teamwork
    • Capacity in relating to a diverse range of personalities and cultures.

    The Successful Applicant:

    You are an individual interested in progressing and developing in the area of customer service and office administration.

    You are a team player that strives for professionalism and cooperation within your team and are proactive within your role and responsibilities.

    Applicants must be Australian Citizens or Permanent Residents and legally entitled to work in Australia.

    Remuneration:

    Suitably qualified and skilled individuals should submit a letter of introduction and CV.

    Only those who submit a cover letter will be considered.

    Applicants must be legally entitled to work in Australia.

    Only successful candidates will be contacted.

    To apply, please click here. 

  • 17 Jul 2018 2:25 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    Mentor and Business Development Representatives - Apprentice Mentoring Program

    The Housing Industry Association is Australia’s peak residential building industry body. We are currently seeking a capable individual who can combine the skills of Mentoring and Business Development to grow participation in our Apprentice Mentoring Program.

    The Program is available to apprentices in the building and construction industry under the Industry Specialist Mentoring for Australian Apprentices (ISMAA), which is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training.

    The ISMAA Program aims to support apprentices in the building and construction industry who face many challenges as they journey towards finalising their trade qualification.

    We are seeking a motivated individual in the Gold Coast area with mentoring and business development skills to undertake this interesting and diverse role.

    This position is a fixed term role until December 2019.

    Key responsibilities include:

    Working closely with the national Project Manager and Business Development Manager, and identified delivery partners to achieve program outcomes and results.

    • Helping to establish and maintain an enrolment process for the program.
    • Ensuring potential apprentices meet the requirements of the program.
    • Developing and reporting on business development opportunities.
    • Maintaining mentor records and KPI’s in a timely manner according to HIA standard procedures.
    • Conducting mentor meetings with apprentices according to established guidelines and procedures.
    • Working as an apprentice mentor from when apprentices join the program to completion
    • Assisting with the promotion of the ISMAA Mentoring Program at Career Markets and Expos and other events such as HIA Trade Nights, Regional Meeting and Information Nights.

    The successful person will:

    • Have demonstrated sales and business development experience.
    • Have experience in a student-facing environment.
    • Possess excellent interpersonal and organisational skills.
    • Be self-motivated and a self-starter.
    • Have the capacity for regular travel.
    • Need a current driver’s licence and a working with vulnerable people check in line with the state requirements.

    A full job description can be found in the Careers section of our website, hia.com.au.

    HIA employees enjoy a variety of benefits including the option to salary sacrifice up to two weeks annual leave, study assistance program, paid maternity leave and group insurance cover. HIA employees are also able to access HIA member benefits such as HIA Vehicles, Home & Contents Insurance and Corporate Health Insurance Plans.

    If you are interested in joining the HIA team please send your application by 30 July 2018 to: recruitment@hia.com.au

    OR

    Employee Services

    Housing Industry Association

    79 Constitution Avenue, Campbell ACT 2612

    Applications submitted after the closing date may be accepted, however please note the interview process may have already commenced.

  • 12 Jul 2018 10:03 AM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    Newly branded national health charity seeks experienced NSW State Coordinator to manage volunteer programs

    and increase volunteer participation, working in a dynamic team.

    • Based in St Leonards, Sydney
    • Competitive salary
    • 30.4 hours per week, flexible working hours
    • Opportunity to grow the role
    • Parking onsite

    About the organisation

    The Australian Dental Health Foundation (ADHF) is a leading national health charity providing assistance to Australians in need of better oral health care with a mission to address the inequality between those Australians who can access the dental care they need, and those who can’t. The ADHF, together with its dedicated partners and volunteers, is helping disadvantaged Australians through its research, education and dental aid projects. ADHF works with a range of other charities to provide pro bono dental treatment to people in need, including victims of domestic violence, homeless people and Indigenous Australians. The ADHF is affiliated with the Australian Dental Association – the peak body for dentists – and the NSW State Coordinator is located at the Australian Dental Association NSW Branch (ADA NSW) in Atchison Street, St Leonards.

    About the role

    Reporting to the Head of Communications and Public Affairs at ADA NSW and working within a dynamic team of seven, the NSW State Coordinator is responsible for running the ADHF NSW program, which involves managing dental aid programs, liaising with charity partners and supporters, recruiting and managing volunteer dentists, maintaining databases and reporting. This is also a great opportunity to develop new dental aid programs for ADA NSW in areas of greatest need.

    About you

    You are energetic and self-motivated with proven experience managing and growing volunteer programs, building relationships and program development. You are looking to work in an organisation with a hardworking and positive culture in a team committed to achieving results. You have the ability to multitask and prioritise competing workloads while consistently demonstrating initiative and working efficiently with minimum supervision.

    Key responsibilities

    • Coordination of the ADHF NSW program, including organising Dental Rescue Days and the Adopt a Patient program for those who cannot access dental care
    • Recruiting dental practices, dental volunteers, other professionals and charities/not-for-profit organisations to participate in the ADHF NSW program
    • Being the key liaison person for dental practices, volunteers and other professionals to organise Dental Rescue Days, Adopt a Patient and other programs
    • Being the key liaison person between the ADHF State branch and the established charities/not-for-profit organisations who are invited to refer patients for pro bono dental treatment
    • Meet set program targets
    • Reporting on all ADHF NSW activity
    • Maintaining practice management and state databases
    • Producing procedures, memos, letters, presentations and forms as required
    • Assisting with marketing material for social media updates, website, newsletters and articles
    • Attending quarterly meetings with other State Coordinators and the National Coordinator
    • Regular contact with the State Chairperson who is a dentist supporting the ADHF NSW program
    • Other Administration tasks as required

    Required Skills and Experience

    • 3 years + experience in a similar role
    • Volunteer management experience
    • Program management experience
    • Experience in health or dental industry, working for a charity or professional association ideal, but not essential
    • High level administration and coordination skills
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Highly organised with attention to detail
    • High level relationship building skills
    • Professional manner and presentation
    • Empathy and care for all patients from all diversities through treatment
    • Proficient in all Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, Power Point)
    • Experience with Practice-Management software programs highly regarded

    To be considered for this exciting opportunity please send a covering letter and resume to Kate Miranda, kate.miranda@adansw.com.au.

    If you have any queries, please contact:

    Kate Miranda

    Head of Communications and Public Affairs

    Australian Dental Association NSW

    8436 9920, kate.miranda@adansw.com.au

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