Positions Vacant

Project Lead – Capacity Building Southern NSW

Full time (35 hours per week), June to December 2022, SCHADS Award – Grade 4, Based in Batemans Bay or Port Kembla.

Community Industry Group is the peak body for community organisations in Southern NSW and we are seeking an experienced and passionate individual to join our team as Project Lead – Capacity Building Southern NSW.

This role will lead our project, supporting community organisations in Southern NSW and work to strengthen the capacity of community organisations to deliver quality services and respond to client needs. As part of the team, you will also assist in the development of capacity building initiatives, resource materials and information for our members and stakeholders.

This is a permanent full-time position, 35 hours per week for six months, based in either our Batemans Bay or Port Kembla office. The salary is Grade 4 of the SCHADS award, and we also offer salary packaging, which ultimately boosts take home pay.

Our team is proud of the work we achieve on behalf of the community services sector. We offer a friendly, collaborative and productive working environment.

Selection Criteria

Essential

  1. Possess relevant qualifications in human services, social services, public policy or a related discipline OR a minimum of three years’ relevant experience.
  2. Experience in project delivery and community engagement.
  3. Demonstrated high level written and oral communication skills.
  4. An understanding of issues impacting communities and organisations that have been impacted by disasters.
  5. Proven ability to develop and maintain strong networks and partnerships with key stakeholders.
  6. Experience in delivering/facilitating community development and engagement programs, events, and activities. This includes event/workshop planning, promotion, delivery and organising and evaluating programs/events.
  7. Demonstrated ability to prepare high quality reports, including experience in data collection and analysis.
  8. Current driver’s licence and comprehensively insured vehicle.
  9. Must be willing to obtain Current Police Check.

Applications to include a cover letter addressing the selection criteria as listed above and a current CV.

Selection criteria must be addressed for application to proceed further.

For more information, please contact the office on 4256 4333.  Recruitment Agency applications will not be considered.

Applications close at 5pm on Wednesday 8 June 2022.

Click here for the Information Package.

Policy and Project Officer

Full time (35 hours per week up until 30 June 2023), SCHADS Award – Grade 4

Community Industry Group is the peak body for community organisations in Southern NSW and we are seeking a dynamic and passionate individual to join our team as Policy and Project Officer.

We currently have an exciting opportunity for a dedicated and enthusiastic Project and Policy Officer to assist in the development and implementation of policy, research, and advocacy initiatives. The Policy and Project Officer will also assist in the development of capacity building initiatives, resource materials and information for our members and stakeholders.

We are looking for someone with a commitment to social justice to strengthen the capacity of community organisations to deliver quality services on behalf of Community Industry Group. To be successful in this role you must have demonstrated ability to communicate to a wide range of stakeholders, prepare high quality written materials including reports, briefing papers and correspondence.

This is a full-time position, 35 hours per week up until 30 June 2023. The salary is Grade 4 of the SCHADS award, and we also offer salary packaging, which ultimately boosts take home pay.

Our team is proud of the work we achieve on behalf of the community services sector. Our office is based in Port Kembla with plenty of onsite parking available. We offer a friendly, collaborative and productive working environment.

Selection Criteria

Essential

  1. Possess relevant qualifications in human services, social services, public policy or a related discipline OR a minimum of three years’ experience working in relevant policy environment.
  2. Proven ability to develop and maintain strong networks and partnerships with key stakeholders.
  3. Demonstrated high level written and oral communication skills, and experience in producing high quality written materials including reports, briefing papers and correspondence.
  4. Understanding of the Targeted Early Intervention program and experience using the DEX system.
  5. Demonstrated ability to provide high quality, timely, evidence-based policy advice.
  6. Demonstrated understanding of research methodology and the ability to contribute to the development of research reports including the design, data collection and analysis of data.
  7. Must be willing to obtain a current Police Check.
  8. Current driver’s licence and comprehensively insured vehicle.

Applications to include a cover letter addressing the selection criteria as listed above and a current CV.

Selection criteria must be addressed for application to proceed further.

For more information, please contact the office on 4256 4333. Recruitment agency applications will not be considered.

Applications close at 5pm on Wednesday 8 June 2022.

Click here for the Information Package.

General Information

At Community Industry Group we know that people are the foundation of our success. We recruit staff with a wide range of skills and experience to ensure we can meet the needs of the community services industry, our members and our community. All Community Industry Group staff have a strong commitment to social justice, and a passion for what they do.

Working at Community Industry Group you will:

  • Receive above Award working conditions.
  • Have access to excellent professional development opportunities.
  • Be working in a strong team environment.
  • Work on a diverse range of projects.

We also have opportunities available for student placements. Please contact the office for further information.