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As the world's problems continue to increase, together, we can close the gap between the impact crafted today, and the potential for impact in the future.Salesforce is built on a set of four core values: Trust, Customer Success, Innovation, and Equality. By making technology more accessible, we're helping build a future with greater opportunity and equality for all. This has taken our company to great heights, including being named one of the FORTUNE "100 Best Companies to Work For®" 2020 - 12 years in a row.There are those who choose to work with the best and brightest. And then, there are those who want to do more than just a job. They are the ones improving lives, not only their careers. Having an impact now instead of later. Doing something that's so much bigger than themselves, an industry, and their company.We believe everyone can be a Trailblazer. Join Salesforce and discover a future of new opportunities!About the RoleThe Enterprise Corporate Sales (ECS) Account Executive is responsible for managing a large volume of smaller size opportunities within Enterprise Education clients. Partnering with our most experienced enterprise sales executives, this role will suit those who are looking to take their enterprise sales skills to the next level. With a sales model that fosters collaboration and supports your success, this is a great opportunity to further develop a successful sales career. You will manage the complete end to end sales-cycles, often presenting to C-level executives. You will trailblaze the Salesforce vision through product demonstration, in-market events, and account specific initiatives.Drive student success and institution success for customers in the Higher Education sectorSimplify the Admissions and Enrolment, Student Engagement and Success, Student Wellbeing, Alumni and Donor Management and Communities processes.What we are looking for: Proven experience of quota carrying solution sales and account management experience.Successful history of net direct new business sales, with the ability to prove consistent delivery against revenue targetsExperience managing sales cycles whilst engaging from business champions to C-level contactsExperience managing and closing sophisticated sales cycles and demonstrated ownership of all aspects of territory managementYour Impact:The Enterprise Corporate Sales (ECS) Account Executive is responsible for growing and managing subsets of deals within Education Enterprise parent accounts. Your role includes partnering with our Strategic/Enterprise Account Executives to evangelise the Salesforce vision and account strategy. You will work closely with current and prospective customers as a trusted advisor to deeply understand their unique company challenges and goals. You will consult with customers on the Salesforce Platform to evangelise solutions that will help them reach their business goals and blaze new trails within their organisations.Some of your main responsibilities and deliverables will include:Manage the end to end sales process (from prospecting to closing) through engagement of appropriate resources such as Solution Engineers, Customer Success Group, Marketing, Industry Solutions, Partners etc.Use your solution selling expertise to respond optimally to customer needs and identify business potential in order to create a strategic, long-term partnership with your customers.Strengthen client relationships through regular engagement and face-to-face meetingsContribute to Salesforce growth by engaging with prospect organisations to position Salesforce solutions through strategic value based selling, business case definition, ROI analysis, references and analyst data.Exceed monthly/quarterly sales targets by selling Salesforce solutions into ECS accounts across Enterprise Higher Education market.Our investment in youWorld-class enablement and on-demand training - check out Trailhead.com for a sneak peek!Week-long sales bootcampFast Ramp mentorship programRegular 1:1 coaching with your leadershipConstant learning and knowledge sharing with some of the best complex selling professionals in the industry.A clear path to promotion to be Enterprise Account Executive and accelerated leadership development programsConstant learning and knowledge sharing with some of the best complex selling professionals in the industry.Exposure to executive leaders with vision with a passion for living our valuesVolunteer Opportunities:Have you heard of our 1:1:1 model, focused on giving back to the community? The successes in giving back have helped us and our Trailblazer community become a leader in philanthropy, culture, and innovation. We are one of the World's Most Innovative Companies, according to Forbes, we are #1 in PEOPLE's Top 50 Companies that Care, and are on Fortune's Change the World list. Values bring value. Our values helped drive our revenue to $21.25 billion dollars in FY21.AccommodationsIf you require assistance due to a disability applying for open positions please submit a request via this Accommodations Request Form.Posting StatementAt Salesforce we believe that the business of business is to improve the state of our world. Each of us has a responsibility to drive Equality in our communities and workplaces. We are committed to creating a workforce that reflects society through inclusive programs and initiatives such as equal pay, employee resource groups, inclusive benefits, and more. Learn more about Equality at Salesforce and explore our benefits.Salesforce.com and Salesforce.org are Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employers. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender perception or identity, national origin, age, marital status, protected veteran status, or disability status. Salesforce.com and Salesforce.org do not accept unsolicited headhunter and agency resumes. Salesforce.com and Salesforce.org will not pay any third-party agency or company that does not have a signed agreement with Salesforce.com or Salesforce.org.Salesforce welcomes all.Salary: . Date posted: 01/07/2022 02:28 PM
Site Supervisor Leisure & Aquatic Operations
City of Canterbury Bankstown, Canterbury-Bankstown, New South Wales
The Canterbury Bankstown Leisure & Aquatic Services team is looking for a passionate leader to join our team at the Canterbury Leisure and Aquatic Centre. If you are looking for next step in the leisure and aquatic industry and have a strong commitment to safety and the delivery of a high-quality customer experience, we want to hear from you. In this role you will be reporting to the Team Leader - Leisure and Aquatic Operations, and leading a team of Duty Managers, Customer Service Officers and Lifeguards to deliver a high level of service and safety in line with CBCity’s values. Why should you join our team? This is your chance to join our leadership team before we embark on a major upgrade of Canterbury Leisure and Aquatic Centre! The new state of the art facility will include a 50-metre outdoor pool, 25-metre indoor pool, indoor warm water pool, zero-depth children’s water play area, an onsite cafe, sauna, gym and much more! The salary range for this opportunity is $72,782 - $84,584 (Grade F, Step 1 - 5) depending on skills and experience + 10% super. Click here to access salary information for all steps within the designated Grade. The Role: We are currently seeking a new leader to join our Leisure & Aquatic Services Unit. You will be responsible for providing leadership and guidance to the Leisure and Aquatic Operations team which includes Lifeguards, Duty Managers and Customer Services Officers, as well as working closely with our Learn to Swim and program team members to ensure Canterbury Leisure and Aquatic Centre is offering the safest and most customer eccentric environment possible. You will assist the Team Leader in all aspects of the business with the primary goal of driving attendance at the facility. (See PD for key accountabilities) Essential Qualifications & Experience: Pool Lifeguard Licence and Certificate Technical Pool Operators Certificate Certificate III in Community Recreation (or similar/experience) Senior First Aid Certificate Current CPR Certificate Current Class C Drivers Licence  Current Working with Children Check (WWCC) Demonstrated experience in leading a team to deliver a high quality and safe customer experience within a large Leisure & Aquatic Centre or similar Demonstrated ability to manage and lead the performance of team members Demonstrated experience in managing pool supervision plans, plant & equipment operations and water quality in line with industry regulations Demonstrated experience in overseeing centre maintenance and liaison with trades/contractors Experience in customer relationship management, bookings and facility hire Demonstrated experience in managing front of house operations including general customer service, stock control, sales and memberships Highly organised experience managing access and allocation of space to multiple facility user groups Demonstrated ability in resolving operational problems relating to the Leisure & Aquatic Centres Experience in Risk Assessment and Risk Management Demonstrated and successful time management and work prioritisation skills Strong verbal, written and e-communication Skills Proficiency in administration and achieving set KPI’s. Sound computer literacy What’s in it for you? Permanent Full Time Opportunity  Flexible work practices (opportunity to earn additional time off) 38 Hour week Access to health and wellbeing programs  Access to further training and development Work for an Employer of ChoiceEssential RequirementsPool Lifeguard Award Aquatic Technical Operator / Pool Operators Certificate Level 2/Senior/Apply/Provide First Aid Current Provide/Perform CPR Working with Children / Working with Vulnerable People Check Drivers LicenceCertificate III in Aquatics and Community Recreation
Customer Service Officer
Northern Beaches Council, Sydney, New South Wales
Stretching from Palm Beach to Manly, the Northern Beaches boasts more than half of all the beaches in Sydney and a population of more than 270,000. Northern Beaches Council was created in 2016 through the three councils of Manly, Pittwater and Warringah coming together to deliver the highest quality services to the community. Exciting new infrastructure projects and community programs have quickly demonstrated the positive impact the new council is having. Role Purpose The role is responsible for collecting entrance/booking fees and perform reception duties whilst providing a safe, enjoyable, and friendly facility for all patrons visiting the venue. The Customer Service Officer is also required to place a particular emphasis is to be placed on safety, risk management and minimising Council’s liability by ensuring rules and regulations are adhered to by users of the facility. Key Responsibilities Ensure the day to day operations of the Swim Centre are carried out according to the Venue Operations Manual and Practice Note 15 by assisting management and other staff as required Providing high quality customer service by performing general cashiering, answering enquiries and directing patrons as required Ensuring that a consistently high level of cleanliness and hygiene is maintained throughout the facilities at all times by carrying out all necessary cleaning during operational hours and the management of contract cleaners after hours Undertake relevant training to maintain and develop essential skills and qualifications required for the position Providing a safe environment by ensuring all safety equipment is in good working order and responding to first aid and emergencies in an appropriate and timely manner Attending to lost property in accordance with the Venue Operations Manual Providing up to date information to staff and customers regarding pool bookings and lane availability Ensuring that the Centre’s front foyer notice boards and brochure information is up to date and in accordance with Council policies Providing centre management with a breakdown of daily/monthly sales reports and cashiering operations Managing the safe and orderly ingress and egress of all patrons to the centre Responsible for accurately receiving and balancing all monies regarding pool entry and bookings Responsible for the ingress and egress of all patrons visiting the centre Please refer to the Position Description for more information. There aren’t many employers who offer career and lifestyle in a single package, but Northern Beaches Council does. We offer an attractive workplace, including: genuine work-life balance and flexible working arrangements employee wellness program and a range of lifestyle benefits values based culture and a teams oriented working environment a culture of supporting continuous professional development high level of technological innovation and systemsEssential RequirementsFirst Aid Certificate Working with Children / Working with Vulnerable People Check
Chief Executive Officer: Australian Philanthropic Services
Australian Philanthropic Services via People for Purpose, Sydney
APS is looking for a new CEO to continue the steady growth trajectory that the organisation has experienced over the past decade. APS has the right Board, expert staff, a focused business, no conflicts, and an established network.The purpose of the role is to provide strong leadership to APS and manage the business in alignment with its strategic direction. The role has oversight of all areas of management including but not limited to; strategy, people, operations, financial resources, risk, Board and partnership engagement. The CEO also oversees the performance and effectiveness of the Senior Executive Team. Experience, knowledge & skillsTo be successful in this role, you will have:An affinity, interest or engagement with philanthropy/philanthropic structures in AustraliaA proven track record leading multi-disciplinary teams and an ability to foster a culture of collaboration and unite staff on a common goalSenior leadership experience at CEO or Director-level, preferably in a wealth advisory, philanthropic or self-managed superannuation administration organisationStrong operational and financial experience, in order to understand sustainability and risk mitigationFinancial services background or senior leadership experience in a related sector (a significant advantage)A relationship development mindset, including the identification and engagement of a diverse, sophisticated market and engagement through a range of channelsProven strategic thinking skills, with the ability to develop and deliver strategic innovationDemonstrated success in building for scale, digital and operational transformationExperience in the boardroom with financial professionals and sophisticated philanthropists (an advantage)
Chief Executive Officer: Westmead Hospital Foundation
Westmead Hospital Foundation via People for Purpose, Sydney
With a new legal structure, a new name and new board, the Westmead Hospital Foundation is well poised for a new chapter of impact and growth. As CEO, you will use your exceptional leadership skills to set and implement the vision and strategy for the Foundation, to ensure the Hospital and the community more broadly receive the support they need. Experience, knowledge & skillsTo be successful in this role, you will have:The ability to inspire and motivate a small team and work with a capable board.Exemplary, best practice fundraising experience to build and drive an agenda of growth and sustainability and a track record of achieving aspirational targets.The ability to engage and influence a broad stakeholder group within Westmead Hospital, the Westmead Health Precinct, the Western Sydney Local Health District and the Greater Western Sydney Community more broadly.Excellent communication skills.A leadership style that enhances a strong team culture, creates role clarity and accountability for the team, whilst nurturing the autonomy required for innovation.Executive experience with the skill and capability to ensure financial and operational effectiveness.A collaborative, creative approach.
Treasury Services Associate - Corporate Client Banking
JPMorgan Chase, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
The Role The Treasury Services Associate is an integral coverage team member who contributes to new sales targets and achieving portfolio growth objectives. As a member of the team, the Associate plays an integral part to help gain, manage and maintain the relationships. The position is part of a three-year development plan designed for progression of job function into a Vice President, Treasury Management Officer. Program class year determined by experience and qualifications to develop skills over time for a successful career within the firm. Primary responsibilities include: Work with the TMO on client proposals to identify appropriate Treasury solutions, perform cost/benefit analysis, competitive pricing and run profitability models. Assist with client call preparation by creating relationship review materials, pitch books, account plans, and conducting customer research Develop and understand clients' Treasury cash management structure and objectives Coordinate with product partners to develop comprehensive Treasury solutions Develop and understand competitors' products and positioning within the client & market Work with TMOs throughout the sales cycle to manage pipeline and ensure services and pricing are set up timely and accurately Coordinate with internal partners to ensure successful implementation, product ramp-up and accurate pricing/billing Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree Minimum of 2.5+ of relevant banking and treasury experience Strong interest in working with experienced Treasury partners in order to recognize a client's cash flow needs and apply appropriate banking solutions Demonstrates the ability to understand Treasury Services products, pricing philosophy, and billing process and procedures Strong drive/ambition to develop into an individual contributor salesperson Superior verbal and written communication skills with the ability to mobilize internal networks and resources Time management, organizational and planning skills with proven ability to multitask and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment Highly proficient in Microsoft Office (PowerPoint, Excel and Word) and superior analytical and quantitative skills About usJPMorgan Chase & Co., one of the oldest financial institutions, offers innovative financial solutions to millions of consumers, small businesses and many of the world's most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients under the J.P. Morgan and Chase brands. Our history spans over 200 years and today we are a leader in investment banking, consumer and small business banking, commercial banking, financial transaction processing and asset management. We recognize that our people are our strength and the diverse talents they bring to our global workforce are directly linked to our success. We are an equal opportunity employer and place a high value on diversity and inclusion at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of any protected attribute, including race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, marital or veteran status, pregnancy or disability, or any other basis protected under applicable law. In accordance with applicable law, we make reasonable accommodations for applicants' and employees' religious practices and beliefs, as well as any mental health or physical disability needs.About the TeamCommercial Banking is focused on helping our clients succeed and making a positive difference in our communities. We provide credit and financing, treasury and payment services, international banking and real estate services to clients including corporations, municipalities, institutions, real estate investors and owners, and nonprofit organizations.The Corporate Client Banking & Specialized Industries group focuses on companies with revenue of more than $500 million that require traditional commercial banking services as well as investment banking products. Corporate bankers leverage the power of the firm via customized financing solutions through partnerships with treasury, credit solutions and investment banking to help clients achieve their short and long-term growth objectives.Salary: . Date posted: 01/12/2022 11:49 PM
Program Support Officer - Aged Care - Multiple Locations
Uniting (NSW.ACT), Sydney
Job descriptionAbout usAt Uniting, we believe in taking real steps to make the world a better place. We work to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice.Our services are in the areas of aged care and disability, community services, and chaplaincy and we get involved in social justice and advocacy issues that impact the people we serve.  We commit to respecting children and take action to keep them safe.As an organisation we celebrate our diversity and welcome all people regardless of lifestyle choices, ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation and gender identity.About the opportunity  The role is based in North Parramatta with clients across the South West, Western Sydney and Nepean region.Key responsibilities assisting our clients include:Provide complex person-centred case management, including assessment and care planningAssist and enable clients to understand their aged care funding in accordance with financial budgets and program operational guidelinesCommunity Networking, sales and business development to promote Uniting ServicesEnsure compliance with Aged Care Quality StandardsProviding cost effective, evidence based and goal orientated case management while working in partnership with clients to achieve positive outcomes reflecting meaning and purpose for our clients.About you You are an exceptional team player with a high level of energy and enthusiasm that thrives on helping others. We’re looking for someone with:Qualifications in Allied Health, Nursing, or Aged CareExcellent verbal and written communication skillsSound and proficient organisational skills with strong time managementThe ability to build rapport and trust with clients and colleaguesProficiency in using computer applications including Microsoft office, client/data management systems and a willingness to learn new programsCurrent First Aid or willingness to obtainAustralian Driver’s License and access to your own vehicleDemonstrated commitment to Uniting values “We are bold, imaginative, respectful and compassionate.” Benefits & culture Uniting is proud to be an EEO employer. Uniting supports an inclusive approach in the workplace. We celebrate our diversity and welcome staff regardless of ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation, gender identity and lifestyle choices. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.Ongoing training & career development opportunitiesSalary packaging for permanent employees (visit http://www.salary.com.au for more information (benefit vehicle options)Paid travel entitlementsDiscounts with select retailersAn accessible employee assistance program to support your wellbeingClick on the link below to apply now and join an organisation that makes a difference!Employment with Uniting is subject to satisfactory background checks which may include a national police check and reference checks.
Administration Support Officer - Newcastle
Flourish Australia, Regional NSW
Job descriptionFlourish Australia has an exciting opportunity for an Administration Support Officer to join our Newcastle team!This position is:Full-time (76hrs/fortnight)Monday to FridayLevel 3 on the Flourish Australia Enterprise Agreement (2018)Who we areFlourish Australia is one of Australia’s most experienced community mental health organisations. Our services are comprehensive and highly personalised because each person’s experience will be different and their needs, as an individual, are unique. Together we set goals, connect individuals with the right people, support services and opportunities to meet their needs.We value diversity and encourage applications from suitably qualified people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island backgrounds, people from CALD and LGBTI communities and mature age candidates.About the OpportunityIn this role you will be responsible for a broad range of administrative support functions, reporting to the Manager and supporting various teams within the Hunter. You will demonstrate a high level of professionalism as the first point of contact to ensure a positive experience for those wishing to access Flourish Australia.You will be a professional and emotionally intelligent individual, with strong written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills, as well as effective organisational skills, good problem solving skills and the ability to maintain confidentiality at all times.Responsibilities include:Providing general administrative and clerical support to the Hunter ClusterProcessing referrals and enquiries in the relevant databasesFiling, word processing, and data entryHandling enquiries via telephone, electronic and paper mail, fax or visitorsMaintaining records, such as learning and development recordsAssisting with recruitment functions and coordinating meetings and events, including arranging room bookings, catering, room set up and other requirementsSelection CriteriaA diploma or degree in office administration (or in a relevant discipline) OR relevant certificates with extensive relevant experienceExperience in an office environmentAbility to use Microsoft Office Suite and ability to utilise other appropriate information management systemsBe people focused and have strong written, verbal and interpersonal communication skillsBe committed to professional and ethical conductBe self-motivated, responsible and have a proactive attitude to workA current Australian drivers licenceFor further information, please contact Michaeli Gwilliam, Manager. E: michaeli.gwilliam@flourishaustralia.org.au using the subject line: Administration Support Officer - Newcastle enquiry via EthicalJobs (please do not email applications).About the BenefitsAttractive hourly rates equivalent to SCHCADS Level 3 $32.54-$34.90/hour + 10% SuperTax-Free Salary Packaging up to $15,900Family-friendly and flexible working conditionsGenerous leave provisions including 17.5% leave loading + 2 additional days of personal leave + extra day paid leave over Christmas/New Year + paid parental leaveEmployee Assistance Program for confidential wellbeing supportA position description is attached.
Senior Research and Policy Officer
Wesley Mission, Sydney
Job descriptionWesley Public Affairs & AdvocacyPermanent full-time roleBased in Sydney CBDCompetitive salary + superannuation + salary packaging benefitsContribute at a senior level and drive change through advocacyAbout usWesley Mission is a multi-faceted Christian organisation making a real difference in the community. We work with the most disadvantaged by providing over 200 services ranging from aged care, homeless services, child and family care, counselling, employment, training and education, and health services.Our Vision is “Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as ever you can”.About the roleThe Senior Research and Policy Officer will drive the development and implementation of Wesley Mission’s advocacy initiatives. Consulting with subject matter experts from within Wesley Mission and external partners, the role builds and maintains stakeholder relationships to ensure effective collaboration and to deliver campaign goals and outcomes.Reporting to the Executive Manager for Public Affairs & Advocacy, the role produces high quality research, policy outputs and advice and maintains a watching brief on key issues and legislative reform.About youIt is a great opportunity for a committed individual with:demonstrated experience in a community services or government settingexperience in developing, conducting and publishing researchexceptional written communication skills, with the ability to produce formal communication and submissions to tight deadlinesproject management experience working with internal and external stakeholders to achieve set objectivestertiary qualification or similar experience in a policy, social sciences or related fieldknowledge of issues and government policy initiatives to prevent suicide, gambling harm and to address housing is highly desirablecurrent driver’s licence, Working with Children Check & COVID-19 vaccinationThe benefitsYou will have access to a range of benefits including:salary packaging (reduce the tax you pay and increase your take home pay)study leave and financial assistance through our educational assistance scheme for eligible staffprofessional development opportunitiesWesley Mission is a Christian organisation requiring all staff to affirm its values and worker Code of Conduct. We are committed to providing an environment in which children can feel safe and valued.To submit your application click Apply Now.A position description is attached.The suitable applicant will be subject to the relevant pre-employment checks for appointment to positions within Wesley Mission. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.
Tenancy Support Officer
Enliven Housing, Sydney
Job descriptionTenancy Support Officer - with a twist!Area: Tenancy and property managementReports to: Vacancy CoordinatorOrganisation OverviewEnliven Housing is a registered SDA provider who strives to provide innovative accommodation to the disability sector.We endeavour to provide the best Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) products in the market and currently have sites coming online in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, and Adelaide.Enliven Housing has a strong commitment to bring new technology to this space through the introduction of Assistive Technology (AT) in all our developments.Enliven Housing aims to educate the market about new opportunities of housing options not previously supported under the NDIS.Enliven Housing changes the way people with disability think about their housing options.General OverviewAs part of a collaborative ‘hands on deck team’ as a tenancy officer, you will make sure that a comprehensive, sensitive, and efficient housing management service is delivered to our tenants. You will have the ability to liaise with a range of internal and external partners, the experience of providing a supported housing service to vulnerable tenants, show a commitment to sustaining tenancies whenever possible and express a commitment to working with people with disability to achieve great housing outcomes.Specific DutiesOverall duty will support the Vacancy Coordinator work with prospective Tenants to answer their questions, undertake their assessments and other tasks in order they be able to move in. Once tenants move in you remain a point of contact for minor adjustments and any feedback or queries they may have. You will build strong relationships within the disability sector which include but are not limited to NDIA, On-site support Providers (SIL), Support Coordinators, Occupational Therapists, Allied Health practitioners, advocates, and family supporters of people with disability, and seek out new appropriate partnerships for Enliven Housing.Assist the Vacancy Coordinator with presentations of Enliven Housing model to the sector (webinar or face to face such as events, expos, on-line forums.Assist the Vacancy Coordinator with preliminary evaluation of candidates’ eligibility for SDA and Enliven Housing.Show properties as required virtually and in person.Ensure customers receive a timely and effective answer and follow-up.Monitor and maintain expressions of interest.Assist the Vacancy Coordinator with work with potential tenants and support network until an offer of housing is made.EducationYear twelve certificate and proven passion volunteering in the disability sector or community housing or,Undergraduate university degree in social work or business or business technology.Knowledge, Skills and AbilitiesExperience in the disability sector, even as a volunteer.Strong skills with Microsoft Office Suite, experience with PropertyMe is a bonus.Excellent customer service.Proficiency in English written and spoken.Strong commitment learning, meeting deadlines and achieving resultsBasic understanding or technical and trades’ function in a domestic setting.AttributesCommunication – Be prompt and responsible and respectful.Presence - Demonstrate reliability and willingness.Collaboration - Build trust and work with others to meet shared objectives.Adaptability – Be open to doing things differently, or, working around problems.Resilience – Some people that we work with can get easily frustrated, you will need to exercise discretion, maturity and calmness.TravelEnliven Housing properties are close to public transport, but driving is a requirement for days that might require transiting from Belfield to Sans Souci for instance.Commitment to DiversityAs a company that strives to build a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change, Enliven values diversity and celebrates the contributions of people of all backgrounds, regardless of their age, ethnicity, race, colour, abilities, religion, socioeconomic status, culture, sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity.The logistics & the packageThis role will be based in the Granville office, however when required, working from one of the properties or attending a forum (when we can again) sometimes we may meet participants in their home or at a facility which would require you to be fully vaccinated against the SarsCov2 virus.You will be willing to undertake the NDIS worker check which includes a Police check and four learning modules.Standard office hours are required and from time to time there can be some task, travel or meetings that occur outside of normal business hours.Of course, you’ll be paid a salary with the standard inclusions as well as a laptop and a phone.Give us a call to discuss if you have any question - 0449 804 798 - Janet.Click Apply Now to submit your application.