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Chief Executive Officer
OnTalent Pty Ltd, Queensland, QLD
‘Caring for Queenslanders for over 150 years’ Anglicare Southern Queensland (Anglicare SQ) is a trusted community services provider, walking alongside those in need – offering compassionate care, support and counselling and advocating for the most vulnerable in our community. With the values of Love, Care, Hope and Humility at the core, their impact is delivered by more than 3,000 staff and 300 volunteers. Last year Anglicare SQ supported more than 51,000 Queenslanders. We are now seeking exceptional, purpose aligned candidates for the role of Chief Executive (Executive Director) to guide the organisation into the future, delivering on our mission to transform lives through loving service . The Executive Director reports to the Board and the Diocesan General Manager and is an ex-officio member of the Diocesan Leadership Team. This vital role leads the formation and execution of strategic and operational plans and inspires the organisation to provide exceptional services for seniors in residential, retirement and community aged care, out of home care and support services for children and families, mental health counselling and wellbeing programs and homelessness accommodation and support services. Key accountabilities include: Provide insightful and empowering leadership, supporting the organisational culture expressed in the vision and values of Anglicare SQ Lead the formation and execution of strategic and operational plans that encourage innovation, best practice, operational excellence, and agility – managing risk and driving commercial outcomes that enable the organisation to grow its ability to positively impact and support those in need Anticipate and respond to organisational opportunities, reform, and sector transformation Represent the organisation as the key public facing representative Develop productive relationships with stakeholders and networks including government, peak bodies industry, community sector, donors, private sector, and the community Ensure all program areas provide exceptional outcomes for clients and that there this is an effective Clinical and Care Governance Framework that ensures safety and quality of care Retain and attract exceptional staff and volunteers, positioning Anglicare SQ as an employer of choice In collaboration with the Director of Mission, facilitate the creation of an environment in which the spiritual and vocational life of employees and clients can be sensitively nurtured Champion the voice of clients and the most vulnerable through Advocacy and research To be successful in this role you will demonstrate an outstanding record of innovative, visionary, values-led leadership, as a Senior Executive or CEO, that has led and grown a complex organisation recognised for delivery of quality outcomes and financial sustainability in the human services and/or health or related person-centred industries. You will have exceptional impactful and empathetic communication skills and will be deeply values aligned. Whilst strong preference will be given to suitably aligned candidates from the human services and/or health sectors; we will also consider exceptional Senior Executive or CEO level candidates who can demonstrate commitment and passion for the delivery of services to the vulnerable and those in need. To apply, please forward your resume along with a 1-2 page cover letter that demonstrates your achievements and connection to the requirements outlined to anglicaresqontalent.com.au. Confidential enquiries can be made to Danielle Guinea or Natasha Olsson-Seeto on 07 3305 5800. Applications will close, 5pm Thursday, 16 September 2021. OnTalent is committed to storing and utilising your information in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988. For further information regarding this please visit: https://www.ontalent.com.au/privacy-policy.
Whs Advisor
Careerone Partner Network, South Yarra, Stonnington Area, Melbourne, VIC
WHS Advisor RSPCA (Victoria) (View other jobs from this organisation) First listed on: 24 August 2021 Print WHS Advisor Do you want to join one of Victorias most recognised not-for-profit animal welfare organisation? An exciting new opportunity to join our People & Infrastructure team and improve safe work practices at RSPCA Victoria Permanent full-time opportunity available at our Burwood East site About RSPCA Victoria RSPCA Victoria is a non-government, community-based, not-for-profit organisation whose vision is ending cruelty to all animals. We are Victorias best-known and most respected animal welfare organisation. Our organisations purpose is to work with the community to achieve outstanding animal welfare through education, advocacy, and animal care and protection. RSPCA Victorias values - clarity and accountability, respect and consideration, and expertise and collaboration - set clear expectations for all our staff and volunteers. About the Role RSPCA Victoria have an exciting new opportunity for an experienced WHS Advisor to join our People & Infrastructure team in a permanent full-time capacity. Reporting to the WHS & Facilities Manager, you will be responsible for monitoring and enhancing the WHS Management System and leading strategies to improve the safety of our people and build a positive health and safety culture at RSPCA Victoria. Duties and Responsibilities Reporting to the WHS & Facilities Manager, you will: Monitor and enhance the WH&S Management System, ensuring that RSPCA Victoria is compliant with all relevant legislative requirements. Identify, implement and monitor strategies to improve safe work practices across the organisation and build a positive health and safety culture at RSPCA Victoria, including the analysis of safety related data (lead and lag indicators) and the production of reports as required. Provide operational support to managers, employees and volunteers on hazard identification and management, incident reporting, investigations, and implementation and monitoring of corrective actions. Manage the relationship with RSPCA Victorias workers compensation insurer and oversee the management of workers compensation claims to ensure the achievement of safe and sustainable return to work outcomes. Contribute to the development, implementation and review of WH&S policies and procedures to ensure compliance with WH&S legislation and improve work practices. Foster a culture of health, safety and wellbeing, ensuring proactive communication and consultation in relation to workplace health and safety matters across the organisation. What we are looking for from you Certificate IV in Health and Safety and a Return-to-Work Certification. Previous experience in a similar role that involved the development, implementation, and monitoring of a WHS Management System is essential. Extensive knowledge of Workplace Health and Safety related legislation, regulations and practices. Ability to work in a fast paced and challenging work environment whilst collaborating well with team members and stakeholders. This position also required a national police check and valid drivers license What we can offer you Encouraged work-life balance and a broad range of leave entitlements, including annual leave, personal leave, additional leave (6 days per year pro-rata), purchased leave, paid parental leave, study leave and paid family and domestic violence leave. Access to a range of mental health and wellbeing supportive initiatives, including confidential counselling services, education programs, access our Parents and Carers platform that has a wealth of resources to support working parents and carers. Generous discount on products and services, including Hills pet food, Hush Puppies footwear and RSPCA Victoria retail and vet clinic products and services Salary packaging and novated lease arrangements on offer with leading provider, Maxxia. Access to a range of learning and development opportunities that will benefit and support you in your role. Ability to work from home from time to time. How to apply To learn more about our organisation and this job opportunity, please visit our website at www.rspcavic.org and download the Position Description attached to this advertisement for more details. Alternatively, please contact our Head of People & Infrastructure, Erin Dann on edannrspcavic.org.au If this role is of interest to you, submit your application with your cover letter and resume, addressing how you meet the selection criteria. Applications close on Friday, 10th September 2021 RSPCA Victoria is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive work environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and we strongly encourage people from all cultural backgrounds to apply, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Applicants are welcome to access RSPCA Victorias Diversity & Inclusion Policy here. Job Summary Closing Date: 10 Sep 2021 Location: VIC - Burwood East Work Type: Full Time Category: Emergency/Safety Management Systems Implementation Incident Investigation/Management Policy/Procedures Return to Work
Volunteer - Nazaha
Nazaha, The Rocks, Sydney, NSW
Would you like to be a part of an organization that is calling for a change in the political landscape of Lebanon? Are you a curious and innovative thinker who wants to co-create an optimal political landscape for all Lebanese? Nazaha Party of Lebanon is dedicated to creating a Board of Directors that reflects the diversity of the Lebanese society in which we serve. We are volunteers from across Lebanon who care passionately about Lebanon’s future and promoting the Nazaha Party of Lebanon values. The board works together to provide oversight and guidance to the Party in all matters. We meet regularly to ensure the Party is prepared for the next upcoming election. Nazaha Party of Lebanon seeks applications for several Volunteer Board of Director positions from experienced professionals candidates with past Board experience who are passionate about working with an organization that is being established. The Volunteer Director will assist to develop and implement the Party’s strategy to take on an entrenched system and revitalize Lebanon’s pollical landscape. This person will be part of the Nazaha Party of Lebanon’s leadership and work closely with external partners and other stakeholders. Candidates should have excellent verbal and written communication skills and sophisticated analysis of the current political landscape. The time commitment is a minimum of 2 hours per week, with overall commitment dependent on levels of activity. The Board of Director meetings are held remotely via video conferencing every month and typically last two hours. Experience and Abilities Advocacy/communications Strong professional network Senior leadership experience Bilingual – English and Arabic Evaluate policy initiatives as issues Define strategic planning and analysis Outreach and/or public speaking experience Provide financial oversight and accountability Maintain effective governance of the organization Strong demonstrated commitment to volunteerism Assist Nazha Party Of Lebanon to fulfill its mission and vision Specialize in targeting groups that can provide crucial support Previous Board experience, particularly in the not-for-profit sector Be an active participant in the board evaluation and planning efforts Ensure the legal and ethical integrity and accountability of the organization Stay informed about board and committee issues and prepare for meetings Disclose all material facts and relationships where there may be a conflict of interest Regularly participate in board meetings, committees, and strategic planning sessions Commit to a leadership role in the board, committees, fundraising, and special events Assist the Party in advocacy efforts and keep them current on political operations Supervising or managing, and coordinating press conferences, media interviews, and board meetings Work with the Executive to find the resources needed for its mission and to finance its programs Get to know other board members and build collegial working relationships that contribute to consensus Relationship building and fundraising and keep an eye out for opportunities to promote fundraising Skills and Qualifications Experience running for office or managing an electoral campaign is preferred. Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills in English and Arabic Must have a strong work ethic, organizational skills, leadership skills, and the will to win. Proven track record of planning, managing and executing electoral campaigns preferred. A willingness to pick open and principled debate with entrenched economic and political power while talking explicitly about how the powerful are using sectarianism and fear to divide us. A goal-driven, detail-oriented self-starter and problem-solver with the ability to work independently and as part of a collaborative team Experience with and knowledge of Lebanese politics and relationships with movement, labor, and community leaders preferred. A minimum of two years of relevant experience in grassroots organizing, labor, and/or electoral campaigns, preferably with experience in building grassroots political power with a culture of democracy and debate. Interested candidates are encouraged to email a short cover letter demonstrating how you meet the criteria outlined above, what inspires you to want to be a part of our team, and share your thoughts about what you think the future landscape of politics in Lebanon should look like along with a resume to Email: infonazahapartyoflebanon.com Nazaha Party of Lebanon We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We encourage people of different backgrounds, experiences, abilities, and perspectives to apply. For more information about the Nazaha Party of Lebanon, please visit www.nazahapartyoflebanon.com
Board Member - Nazaha
Nazaha, The Rocks, Sydney, NSW
Would you like to be a part of an organization that is calling for a change in the political landscape of Lebanon? Are you a curious and innovative thinker who wants to co-create an optimal political landscape for all Lebanese? Nazaha Party of Lebanon is dedicated to creating a Board of Directors that reflects the diversity of the Lebanese society in which we serve. We are volunteers from across Lebanon who care passionately about Lebanon’s future and promoting the Nazaha Party of Lebanon values. The board works together to provide oversight and guidance to the Party in all matters. We meet regularly to ensure the Party is prepared for the next upcoming election. Nazaha Party of Lebanon seeks applications for several Volunteer Board of Director positions from experienced professionals candidates with past Board experience who are passionate about working with an organization that is being established. The Volunteer Director will assist to develop and implement the Party’s strategy to take on an entrenched system and revitalize Lebanon’s pollical landscape. This person will be part of the Nazaha Party of Lebanon’s leadership and work closely with external partners and other stakeholders. Candidates should have excellent verbal and written communication skills and sophisticated analysis of the current political landscape. The time commitment is a minimum of 2 hours per week, with overall commitment dependent on levels of activity. The Board of Director meetings are held remotely via video conferencing every month and typically last two hours. Experience and Abilities Advocacy/communications Strong professional network Senior leadership experience Bilingual – English and Arabic Evaluate policy initiatives as issues Define strategic planning and analysis Outreach and/or public speaking experience Provide financial oversight and accountability Maintain effective governance of the organization Strong demonstrated commitment to volunteerism Assist Nazha Party Of Lebanon to fulfill its mission and vision Specialize in targeting groups that can provide crucial support Previous Board experience, particularly in the not-for-profit sector Be an active participant in the board evaluation and planning efforts Ensure the legal and ethical integrity and accountability of the organization Stay informed about board and committee issues and prepare for meetings Disclose all material facts and relationships where there may be a conflict of interest Regularly participate in board meetings, committees, and strategic planning sessions Commit to a leadership role in the board, committees, fundraising, and special events Assist the Party in advocacy efforts and keep them current on political operations Supervising or managing, and coordinating press conferences, media interviews, and board meetings Work with the Executive to find the resources needed for its mission and to finance its programs Get to know other board members and build collegial working relationships that contribute to consensus Relationship building and fundraising and keep an eye out for opportunities to promote fundraising Skills and Qualifications Experience running for office or managing an electoral campaign is preferred. Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills in English and Arabic Must have a strong work ethic, organizational skills, leadership skills, and the will to win. Proven track record of planning, managing and executing electoral campaigns preferred. A willingness to pick open and principled debate with entrenched economic and political power while talking explicitly about how the powerful are using sectarianism and fear to divide us. A goal-driven, detail-oriented self-starter and problem-solver with the ability to work independently and as part of a collaborative team Experience with and knowledge of Lebanese politics and relationships with movement, labor, and community leaders preferred. A minimum of two years of relevant experience in grassroots organizing, labor, and/or electoral campaigns, preferably with experience in building grassroots political power with a culture of democracy and debate. Interested candidates are encouraged to email a short cover letter demonstrating how you meet the criteria outlined above, what inspires you to want to be a part of our team, and share your thoughts about what you think the future landscape of politics in Lebanon should look like along with a resume to Email: infonazahapartyoflebanon.com Nazaha Party of Lebanon We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We encourage people of different backgrounds, experiences, abilities, and perspectives to apply. For more information about the Nazaha Party of Lebanon, please visit www.nazahapartyoflebanon.com
Board Member, Board of Directors - Volunteer
Nazaha, The Rocks, Sydney, NSW
Would you like to be a part of an organization that is calling for a change in the political landscape of Lebanon? Are you a curious and innovative thinker who wants to co-create an optimal political landscape for all Lebanese? Nazaha Party of Lebanon is dedicated to creating a Board of Directors that reflects the diversity of the Lebanese society in which we serve. We are volunteers from across Lebanon who care passionately about Lebanon’s future and promoting the Nazaha Party of Lebanon values. The board works together to provide oversight and guidance to the Party in all matters. We meet regularly to ensure the Party is prepared for the next upcoming election. Nazaha Party of Lebanon seeks applications for several Volunteer Board of Director positions from experienced professionals candidates with past Board experience who are passionate about working with an organization that is being established. The Volunteer Director will assist to develop and implement the Party’s strategy to take on an entrenched system and revitalize Lebanon’s pollical landscape. This person will be part of the Nazaha Party of Lebanon’s leadership and work closely with external partners and other stakeholders. Candidates should have excellent verbal and written communication skills and sophisticated analysis of the current political landscape. The time commitment is a minimum of 2 hours per week, with overall commitment dependent on levels of activity. The Board of Director meetings are held remotely via video conferencing every month and typically last two hours. Experience and Abilities Advocacy/communications Strong professional network Senior leadership experience Bilingual – English and Arabic Evaluate policy initiatives as issues Define strategic planning and analysis Outreach and/or public speaking experience Provide financial oversight and accountability Maintain effective governance of the organization Strong demonstrated commitment to volunteerism Assist Nazha Party Of Lebanon to fulfill its mission and vision Specialize in targeting groups that can provide crucial support Previous Board experience, particularly in the not-for-profit sector Be an active participant in the board evaluation and planning efforts Ensure the legal and ethical integrity and accountability of the organization Stay informed about board and committee issues and prepare for meetings Disclose all material facts and relationships where there may be a conflict of interest Regularly participate in board meetings, committees, and strategic planning sessions Commit to a leadership role in the board, committees, fundraising, and special events Assist the Party in advocacy efforts and keep them current on political operations Supervising or managing, and coordinating press conferences, media interviews, and board meetings Work with the Executive to find the resources needed for its mission and to finance its programs Get to know other board members and build collegial working relationships that contribute to consensus Relationship building and fundraising and keep an eye out for opportunities to promote fundraising Skills and Qualifications Experience running for office or managing an electoral campaign is preferred. Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills in English and Arabic Must have a strong work ethic, organizational skills, leadership skills, and the will to win. Proven track record of planning, managing and executing electoral campaigns preferred. A willingness to pick open and principled debate with entrenched economic and political power while talking explicitly about how the powerful are using sectarianism and fear to divide us. A goal-driven, detail-oriented self-starter and problem-solver with the ability to work independently and as part of a collaborative team Experience with and knowledge of Lebanese politics and relationships with movement, labor, and community leaders preferred. A minimum of two years of relevant experience in grassroots organizing, labor, and/or electoral campaigns, preferably with experience in building grassroots political power with a culture of democracy and debate. Interested candidates are encouraged to email a short cover letter demonstrating how you meet the criteria outlined above, what inspires you to want to be a part of our team, and share your thoughts about what you think the future landscape of politics in Lebanon should look like along with a resume to Email: infonazahapartyoflebanon.com Nazaha Party of Lebanon We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We encourage people of different backgrounds, experiences, abilities, and perspectives to apply. For more information about the Nazaha Party of Lebanon, please visit www.nazahapartyoflebanon.com
Business Banking - Randstad
Randstad, Katherine, Northern Territory, NT
As an integral member of the Community Services and Engagement team, the Regional Manager Community Services contributes to ensuring that service delivery and operational activities are closely aligned with strategic direction and consistent with the organisations mission and values. To provide leadership and operational management for all Community Services programs including Aged Care, Meals On Wheels, Crèche and Disability Services to ensure contractual compliance and quality outcomes for all stakeholders. To oversee the day to day operations of Community Service programs within a designated region. Leading staff, volunteers and service partners in supporting and delivering a suite of services to our community-based clients that provide exceptional customer experience and meet their outcomes and service expectations. Service Delivery, Planning and Monitoring Work closely with the Human Resources teams and Corporate Services and Sustainability Division to manage, monitor and support the employment processes to ensure new staff have an exceptional employment and on boarding experience Lead ongoing organisational change including contemporary techniques in ideation, problem solving and consultation. Ensuring problems and decisions occur at the right levels and empowering staff to be the creators of change Maintain confidentiality on all issues related to Council and client programs Facilitate links to services and advocacy for clients. Act and communicate in a responsive, respectful and professional manner at all times Establish and maintain positive and effective working relationships with government agency personnel, contract management teams and key stakeholders such as families, GPs and other health professionals Other reasonable duties within the scope of the relevant level as instructed by the direct supervisor Organisational Sustainability Monitor and work to agreed service delivery and/or budget and/or staffing targets, KPI's Oversee community services programs to maximise funding opportunities through accurate and comprehensive documentation Ensure contractual KPI's and obligations are achieved Monitor and ensure quality systems are maintained and that records, reports, submissions and correspondence as required is prepared in accordance with Council’s policies and procedures and relevant government standards, funding agreements and other contracts Ensure the responsible and ethical use of Council resources by monitoring and reporting on any conflicts of interest, fraud or unethical matters Monitor compliance with key legislative requirements including staff and volunteer police checks, WorkPlace Health and Safety, Privacy and Confidentiality, maintenance programs. Contribute to the achievement of objectives outlined in Council’s strategic plans and regional plans. Leadership: Conduct and participate in professional support and supervision meetings/performance reviews and performance management Maintain a safe and healthy workplace and demonstrate leadership through active participation in WHS through: Ensuring staff have the required resources, skill, ability and competence to safely carry out the duties of their roles Consultatively identify and implement strategies to improve WHS Managing hazards ensuring control measures are implemented in accordance with the hierarchy of control (outlined in Council’s Risk Management Manual) Investigating incident reports, reviewing data, undertaking incident investigations and implementing improvement action. Establish individual development and training plans for each staff member. Quality and Continuous Improvement Participate and contribute to the planning processes, policy and procedure formulation as pertains to area of responsibility Participate in ensuring exemplary quality processes are nurtured and maintained, and ideas and innovations are encouraged and explored Complete reports and contribute to ensuring a cycle of continuous improvement is embedded in the way services are provided Ensure the organisation is up to date with Industry changes and program requirements. Work Health and Safety (WHS) All staff have a duty of care and a legal obligation to ensure that they: Undertake work in a manner that is not harmful to their health and safety or the health and safety of others Proactively identify and address potential risk to ensure the safety, so far as is reasonably practicable, of service users, staff, volunteers, stakeholders and the organisation in accordance with legislated responsibilities and Council’s Quality and Risk Management System Comply with the Council’s WHS Management System requirements particularly manual handling, infection control, emergency, food safety and personal protective equipment requirements Attend and actively participate in WHS and other mandatory training Essential Criteria Tertiary qualifications coupled with extensive knowledge and a high level of skill relevant to the role. Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a relevant management role and/or employment services. Demonstrated experience in leading community based multidisciplinary service teams Demonstrated achievements in leading, managing and mentoring staff Demonstrated experience in successful management of multi-million dollar contracts or projects Experience in workforce and resourcing planning to ensure continuity of service delivery Ability to create strong regional networks of internal and external stakeholders in order to achieve Council’s operational and strategic goals Experience in effective communication, including consultation, mediation and negotiation techniques with the ability to create and lead an environment where problem solving of conflicts between any parties is effectively resolved Demonstrated ability to interpret and implement policies and legislative requirements into operations to achieve KPIs. Demonstrated ability to write complex non-standard correspondence, reports, submissions and proposals that require original content. Well-developed word processing and computer application skills. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and sensitively with Indigenous people Demonstrated experience or awareness of issues affecting people in remote Indigenous communities. Demonstrated knowledge and competence to be a safety leader and maintain a safe workplace. Working with Children Clearance (OCHRE Card) required at the commencement of employment or a current receipt of an application for an exemption to be approved by SAFE NT Current Northern Territory Manual “C” Class Drivers Licence or ability to obtain Able to meet the inherent requirements of the position both physically and mentally. Be an Australian Resident or provide the current, relevant Visa to work within Australia (Please note that RGRC do not currently undertake sponsorship). Undertake a new Criminal History Check prior to commencement of employment and renew your Criminal History Check every three (3) years, or as per the Criminal History Check Policy. If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the 'apply now' button or email bryan.pritchardrandstad.com.au. 0439072172 Please note, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
Regional Manager - Randstad
Randstad, Katherine, Northern Territory, NT
As an integral member of the Community Services and Engagement team, the Regional Manager Community Services contributes to ensuring that service delivery and operational activities are closely aligned with strategic direction and consistent with the organisations mission and values. To provide leadership and operational management for all Community Services programs including Aged Care, Meals On Wheels, Crèche and Disability Services to ensure contractual compliance and quality outcomes for all stakeholders. To oversee the day to day operations of Community Service programs within a designated region. Leading staff, volunteers and service partners in supporting and delivering a suite of services to our community-based clients that provide exceptional customer experience and meet their outcomes and service expectations. Service Delivery, Planning and Monitoring Work closely with the Human Resources teams and Corporate Services and Sustainability Division to manage, monitor and support the employment processes to ensure new staff have an exceptional employment and on boarding experience Lead ongoing organisational change including contemporary techniques in ideation, problem solving and consultation. Ensuring problems and decisions occur at the right levels and empowering staff to be the creators of change Maintain confidentiality on all issues related to Council and client programs Facilitate links to services and advocacy for clients. Act and communicate in a responsive, respectful and professional manner at all times Establish and maintain positive and effective working relationships with government agency personnel, contract management teams and key stakeholders such as families, GPs and other health professionals Other reasonable duties within the scope of the relevant level as instructed by the direct supervisor Organisational Sustainability Monitor and work to agreed service delivery and/or budget and/or staffing targets, KPI's Oversee community services programs to maximise funding opportunities through accurate and comprehensive documentation Ensure contractual KPI's and obligations are achieved Monitor and ensure quality systems are maintained and that records, reports, submissions and correspondence as required is prepared in accordance with Council’s policies and procedures and relevant government standards, funding agreements and other contracts Ensure the responsible and ethical use of Council resources by monitoring and reporting on any conflicts of interest, fraud or unethical matters Monitor compliance with key legislative requirements including staff and volunteer police checks, WorkPlace Health and Safety, Privacy and Confidentiality, maintenance programs. Contribute to the achievement of objectives outlined in Council’s strategic plans and regional plans. Leadership: Conduct and participate in professional support and supervision meetings/performance reviews and performance management Maintain a safe and healthy workplace and demonstrate leadership through active participation in WHS through: Ensuring staff have the required resources, skill, ability and competence to safely carry out the duties of their roles Consultatively identify and implement strategies to improve WHS Managing hazards ensuring control measures are implemented in accordance with the hierarchy of control (outlined in Council’s Risk Management Manual) Investigating incident reports, reviewing data, undertaking incident investigations and implementing improvement action. Establish individual development and training plans for each staff member. Quality and Continuous Improvement Participate and contribute to the planning processes, policy and procedure formulation as pertains to area of responsibility Participate in ensuring exemplary quality processes are nurtured and maintained, and ideas and innovations are encouraged and explored Complete reports and contribute to ensuring a cycle of continuous improvement is embedded in the way services are provided Ensure the organisation is up to date with Industry changes and program requirements. Work Health and Safety (WHS) All staff have a duty of care and a legal obligation to ensure that they: Undertake work in a manner that is not harmful to their health and safety or the health and safety of others Proactively identify and address potential risk to ensure the safety, so far as is reasonably practicable, of service users, staff, volunteers, stakeholders and the organisation in accordance with legislated responsibilities and Council’s Quality and Risk Management System Comply with the Council’s WHS Management System requirements particularly manual handling, infection control, emergency, food safety and personal protective equipment requirements Attend and actively participate in WHS and other mandatory training Essential Criteria Tertiary qualifications coupled with extensive knowledge and a high level of skill relevant to the role. Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a relevant management role and/or employment services. Demonstrated experience in leading community based multidisciplinary service teams Demonstrated achievements in leading, managing and mentoring staff Demonstrated experience in successful management of multi-million dollar contracts or projects Experience in workforce and resourcing planning to ensure continuity of service delivery Ability to create strong regional networks of internal and external stakeholders in order to achieve Council’s operational and strategic goals Experience in effective communication, including consultation, mediation and negotiation techniques with the ability to create and lead an environment where problem solving of conflicts between any parties is effectively resolved Demonstrated ability to interpret and implement policies and legislative requirements into operations to achieve KPIs. Demonstrated ability to write complex non-standard correspondence, reports, submissions and proposals that require original content. Well-developed word processing and computer application skills. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and sensitively with Indigenous people Demonstrated experience or awareness of issues affecting people in remote Indigenous communities. Demonstrated knowledge and competence to be a safety leader and maintain a safe workplace. Working with Children Clearance (OCHRE Card) required at the commencement of employment or a current receipt of an application for an exemption to be approved by SAFE NT Current Northern Territory Manual “C” Class Drivers Licence or ability to obtain Able to meet the inherent requirements of the position both physically and mentally. Be an Australian Resident or provide the current, relevant Visa to work within Australia (Please note that RGRC do not currently undertake sponsorship). Undertake a new Criminal History Check prior to commencement of employment and renew your Criminal History Check every three (3) years, or as per the Criminal History Check Policy. If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the 'apply now' button or email bryan.pritchardrandstad.com.au. 0439072172 Please note, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
Regional Manager Community Services
Randstad, Noonamah, Litchfield Area, Darwin City, NT
As an integral member of the Community Services and Engagement team, the Regional Manager Community Services contributes to ensuring that service delivery and operational activities are closely aligned with strategic direction and consistent with the organisations mission and values. To provide leadership and operational management for all Community Services programs including Aged Care, Meals On Wheels, Crèche and Disability Services to ensure contractual compliance and quality outcomes for all stakeholders. To oversee the day to day operations of Community Service programs within a designated region. Leading staff, volunteers and service partners in supporting and delivering a suite of services to our community-based clients that provide exceptional customer experience and meet their outcomes and service expectations. Service Delivery, Planning and Monitoring Work closely with the Human Resources teams and Corporate Services and Sustainability Division to manage, monitor and support the employment processes to ensure new staff have an exceptional employment and on boarding experience Lead ongoing organisational change including contemporary techniques in ideation, problem solving and consultation. Ensuring problems and decisions occur at the right levels and empowering staff to be the creators of change Maintain confidentiality on all issues related to Council and client programs Facilitate links to services and advocacy for clients. Act and communicate in a responsive, respectful and professional manner at all times Establish and maintain positive and effective working relationships with government agency personnel, contract management teams and key stakeholders such as families, GPs and other health professionals Other reasonable duties within the scope of the relevant level as instructed by the direct supervisor Organisational Sustainability Monitor and work to agreed service delivery and/or budget and/or staffing targets, KPI's Oversee community services programs to maximise funding opportunities through accurate and comprehensive documentation Ensure contractual KPI's and obligations are achieved Monitor and ensure quality systems are maintained and that records, reports, submissions and correspondence as required is prepared in accordance with Council’s policies and procedures and relevant government standards, funding agreements and other contracts Ensure the responsible and ethical use of Council resources by monitoring and reporting on any conflicts of interest, fraud or unethical matters Monitor compliance with key legislative requirements including staff and volunteer police checks, WorkPlace Health and Safety, Privacy and Confidentiality, maintenance programs. Contribute to the achievement of objectives outlined in Council’s strategic plans and regional plans. Leadership: Conduct and participate in professional support and supervision meetings/performance reviews and performance management Maintain a safe and healthy workplace and demonstrate leadership through active participation in WHS through: Ensuring staff have the required resources, skill, ability and competence to safely carry out the duties of their roles Consultatively identify and implement strategies to improve WHS Managing hazards ensuring control measures are implemented in accordance with the hierarchy of control (outlined in Council’s Risk Management Manual) Investigating incident reports, reviewing data, undertaking incident investigations and implementing improvement action. Establish individual development and training plans for each staff member. Quality and Continuous Improvement Participate and contribute to the planning processes, policy and procedure formulation as pertains to area of responsibility Participate in ensuring exemplary quality processes are nurtured and maintained, and ideas and innovations are encouraged and explored Complete reports and contribute to ensuring a cycle of continuous improvement is embedded in the way services are provided Ensure the organisation is up to date with Industry changes and program requirements. Work Health and Safety (WHS) All staff have a duty of care and a legal obligation to ensure that they: Undertake work in a manner that is not harmful to their health and safety or the health and safety of others Proactively identify and address potential risk to ensure the safety, so far as is reasonably practicable, of service users, staff, volunteers, stakeholders and the organisation in accordance with legislated responsibilities and Council’s Quality and Risk Management System Comply with the Council’s WHS Management System requirements particularly manual handling, infection control, emergency, food safety and personal protective equipment requirements Attend and actively participate in WHS and other mandatory training Essential Criteria Tertiary qualifications coupled with extensive knowledge and a high level of skill relevant to the role. Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a relevant management role and/or employment services. Demonstrated experience in leading community based multidisciplinary service teams Demonstrated achievements in leading, managing and mentoring staff Demonstrated experience in successful management of multi-million dollar contracts or projects Experience in workforce and resourcing planning to ensure continuity of service delivery Ability to create strong regional networks of internal and external stakeholders in order to achieve Council’s operational and strategic goals Experience in effective communication, including consultation, mediation and negotiation techniques with the ability to create and lead an environment where problem solving of conflicts between any parties is effectively resolved Demonstrated ability to interpret and implement policies and legislative requirements into operations to achieve KPIs. Demonstrated ability to write complex non-standard correspondence, reports, submissions and proposals that require original content. Well-developed word processing and computer application skills. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and sensitively with Indigenous people Demonstrated experience or awareness of issues affecting people in remote Indigenous communities. Demonstrated knowledge and competence to be a safety leader and maintain a safe workplace. Working with Children Clearance (OCHRE Card) required at the commencement of employment or a current receipt of an application for an exemption to be approved by SAFE NT Current Northern Territory Manual “C” Class Drivers Licence or ability to obtain Able to meet the inherent requirements of the position both physically and mentally. Be an Australian Resident or provide the current, relevant Visa to work within Australia (Please note that RGRC do not currently undertake sponsorship). Undertake a new Criminal History Check prior to commencement of employment and renew your Criminal History Check every three (3) years, or as per the Criminal History Check Policy. If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the 'apply now' button or email bryan.pritchardrandstad.com.au. 0439072172 Please note, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
Regional Manager - Randstad
Randstad, Noonamah, Litchfield Area, Darwin City, NT
As an integral member of the Community Services and Engagement team, the Regional Manager Community Services contributes to ensuring that service delivery and operational activities are closely aligned with strategic direction and consistent with the organisations mission and values. To provide leadership and operational management for all Community Services programs including Aged Care, Meals On Wheels, Crèche and Disability Services to ensure contractual compliance and quality outcomes for all stakeholders. To oversee the day to day operations of Community Service programs within a designated region. Leading staff, volunteers and service partners in supporting and delivering a suite of services to our community-based clients that provide exceptional customer experience and meet their outcomes and service expectations. Service Delivery, Planning and Monitoring Work closely with the Human Resources teams and Corporate Services and Sustainability Division to manage, monitor and support the employment processes to ensure new staff have an exceptional employment and on boarding experience Lead ongoing organisational change including contemporary techniques in ideation, problem solving and consultation. Ensuring problems and decisions occur at the right levels and empowering staff to be the creators of change Maintain confidentiality on all issues related to Council and client programs Facilitate links to services and advocacy for clients. Act and communicate in a responsive, respectful and professional manner at all times Establish and maintain positive and effective working relationships with government agency personnel, contract management teams and key stakeholders such as families, GPs and other health professionals Other reasonable duties within the scope of the relevant level as instructed by the direct supervisor Organisational Sustainability Monitor and work to agreed service delivery and/or budget and/or staffing targets, KPI's Oversee community services programs to maximise funding opportunities through accurate and comprehensive documentation Ensure contractual KPI's and obligations are achieved Monitor and ensure quality systems are maintained and that records, reports, submissions and correspondence as required is prepared in accordance with Council’s policies and procedures and relevant government standards, funding agreements and other contracts Ensure the responsible and ethical use of Council resources by monitoring and reporting on any conflicts of interest, fraud or unethical matters Monitor compliance with key legislative requirements including staff and volunteer police checks, WorkPlace Health and Safety, Privacy and Confidentiality, maintenance programs. Contribute to the achievement of objectives outlined in Council’s strategic plans and regional plans. Leadership: Conduct and participate in professional support and supervision meetings/performance reviews and performance management Maintain a safe and healthy workplace and demonstrate leadership through active participation in WHS through: Ensuring staff have the required resources, skill, ability and competence to safely carry out the duties of their roles Consultatively identify and implement strategies to improve WHS Managing hazards ensuring control measures are implemented in accordance with the hierarchy of control (outlined in Council’s Risk Management Manual) Investigating incident reports, reviewing data, undertaking incident investigations and implementing improvement action. Establish individual development and training plans for each staff member. Quality and Continuous Improvement Participate and contribute to the planning processes, policy and procedure formulation as pertains to area of responsibility Participate in ensuring exemplary quality processes are nurtured and maintained, and ideas and innovations are encouraged and explored Complete reports and contribute to ensuring a cycle of continuous improvement is embedded in the way services are provided Ensure the organisation is up to date with Industry changes and program requirements. Work Health and Safety (WHS) All staff have a duty of care and a legal obligation to ensure that they: Undertake work in a manner that is not harmful to their health and safety or the health and safety of others Proactively identify and address potential risk to ensure the safety, so far as is reasonably practicable, of service users, staff, volunteers, stakeholders and the organisation in accordance with legislated responsibilities and Council’s Quality and Risk Management System Comply with the Council’s WHS Management System requirements particularly manual handling, infection control, emergency, food safety and personal protective equipment requirements Attend and actively participate in WHS and other mandatory training Essential Criteria Tertiary qualifications coupled with extensive knowledge and a high level of skill relevant to the role. Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a relevant management role and/or employment services. Demonstrated experience in leading community based multidisciplinary service teams Demonstrated achievements in leading, managing and mentoring staff Demonstrated experience in successful management of multi-million dollar contracts or projects Experience in workforce and resourcing planning to ensure continuity of service delivery Ability to create strong regional networks of internal and external stakeholders in order to achieve Council’s operational and strategic goals Experience in effective communication, including consultation, mediation and negotiation techniques with the ability to create and lead an environment where problem solving of conflicts between any parties is effectively resolved Demonstrated ability to interpret and implement policies and legislative requirements into operations to achieve KPIs. Demonstrated ability to write complex non-standard correspondence, reports, submissions and proposals that require original content. Well-developed word processing and computer application skills. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and sensitively with Indigenous people Demonstrated experience or awareness of issues affecting people in remote Indigenous communities. Demonstrated knowledge and competence to be a safety leader and maintain a safe workplace. Working with Children Clearance (OCHRE Card) required at the commencement of employment or a current receipt of an application for an exemption to be approved by SAFE NT Current Northern Territory Manual “C” Class Drivers Licence or ability to obtain Able to meet the inherent requirements of the position both physically and mentally. Be an Australian Resident or provide the current, relevant Visa to work within Australia (Please note that RGRC do not currently undertake sponsorship). Undertake a new Criminal History Check prior to commencement of employment and renew your Criminal History Check every three (3) years, or as per the Criminal History Check Policy. If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the 'apply now' button or email bryan.pritchardrandstad.com.au. 0439072172 Please note, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
Regional Manager Community Services
Randstad, Katherine, Northern Territory, NT
As an integral member of the Community Services and Engagement team, the Regional Manager Community Services contributes to ensuring that service delivery and operational activities are closely aligned with strategic direction and consistent with the organisations mission and values. To provide leadership and operational management for all Community Services programs including Aged Care, Meals On Wheels, Crèche and Disability Services to ensure contractual compliance and quality outcomes for all stakeholders. To oversee the day to day operations of Community Service programs within a designated region. Leading staff, volunteers and service partners in supporting and delivering a suite of services to our community-based clients that provide exceptional customer experience and meet their outcomes and service expectations. Service Delivery, Planning and Monitoring Work closely with the Human Resources teams and Corporate Services and Sustainability Division to manage, monitor and support the employment processes to ensure new staff have an exceptional employment and on boarding experience Lead ongoing organisational change including contemporary techniques in ideation, problem solving and consultation. Ensuring problems and decisions occur at the right levels and empowering staff to be the creators of change Maintain confidentiality on all issues related to Council and client programs Facilitate links to services and advocacy for clients. Act and communicate in a responsive, respectful and professional manner at all times Establish and maintain positive and effective working relationships with government agency personnel, contract management teams and key stakeholders such as families, GPs and other health professionals Other reasonable duties within the scope of the relevant level as instructed by the direct supervisor Organisational Sustainability Monitor and work to agreed service delivery and/or budget and/or staffing targets, KPI's Oversee community services programs to maximise funding opportunities through accurate and comprehensive documentation Ensure contractual KPI's and obligations are achieved Monitor and ensure quality systems are maintained and that records, reports, submissions and correspondence as required is prepared in accordance with Council’s policies and procedures and relevant government standards, funding agreements and other contracts Ensure the responsible and ethical use of Council resources by monitoring and reporting on any conflicts of interest, fraud or unethical matters Monitor compliance with key legislative requirements including staff and volunteer police checks, WorkPlace Health and Safety, Privacy and Confidentiality, maintenance programs. Contribute to the achievement of objectives outlined in Council’s strategic plans and regional plans. Leadership: Conduct and participate in professional support and supervision meetings/performance reviews and performance management Maintain a safe and healthy workplace and demonstrate leadership through active participation in WHS through: Ensuring staff have the required resources, skill, ability and competence to safely carry out the duties of their roles Consultatively identify and implement strategies to improve WHS Managing hazards ensuring control measures are implemented in accordance with the hierarchy of control (outlined in Council’s Risk Management Manual) Investigating incident reports, reviewing data, undertaking incident investigations and implementing improvement action. Establish individual development and training plans for each staff member. Quality and Continuous Improvement Participate and contribute to the planning processes, policy and procedure formulation as pertains to area of responsibility Participate in ensuring exemplary quality processes are nurtured and maintained, and ideas and innovations are encouraged and explored Complete reports and contribute to ensuring a cycle of continuous improvement is embedded in the way services are provided Ensure the organisation is up to date with Industry changes and program requirements. Work Health and Safety (WHS) All staff have a duty of care and a legal obligation to ensure that they: Undertake work in a manner that is not harmful to their health and safety or the health and safety of others Proactively identify and address potential risk to ensure the safety, so far as is reasonably practicable, of service users, staff, volunteers, stakeholders and the organisation in accordance with legislated responsibilities and Council’s Quality and Risk Management System Comply with the Council’s WHS Management System requirements particularly manual handling, infection control, emergency, food safety and personal protective equipment requirements Attend and actively participate in WHS and other mandatory training Essential Criteria Tertiary qualifications coupled with extensive knowledge and a high level of skill relevant to the role. Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a relevant management role and/or employment services. Demonstrated experience in leading community based multidisciplinary service teams Demonstrated achievements in leading, managing and mentoring staff Demonstrated experience in successful management of multi-million dollar contracts or projects Experience in workforce and resourcing planning to ensure continuity of service delivery Ability to create strong regional networks of internal and external stakeholders in order to achieve Council’s operational and strategic goals Experience in effective communication, including consultation, mediation and negotiation techniques with the ability to create and lead an environment where problem solving of conflicts between any parties is effectively resolved Demonstrated ability to interpret and implement policies and legislative requirements into operations to achieve KPIs. Demonstrated ability to write complex non-standard correspondence, reports, submissions and proposals that require original content. Well-developed word processing and computer application skills. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and sensitively with Indigenous people Demonstrated experience or awareness of issues affecting people in remote Indigenous communities. Demonstrated knowledge and competence to be a safety leader and maintain a safe workplace. Working with Children Clearance (OCHRE Card) required at the commencement of employment or a current receipt of an application for an exemption to be approved by SAFE NT Current Northern Territory Manual “C” Class Drivers Licence or ability to obtain Able to meet the inherent requirements of the position both physically and mentally. Be an Australian Resident or provide the current, relevant Visa to work within Australia (Please note that RGRC do not currently undertake sponsorship). Undertake a new Criminal History Check prior to commencement of employment and renew your Criminal History Check every three (3) years, or as per the Criminal History Check Policy. If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the 'apply now' button or email bryan.pritchardrandstad.com.au. 0439072172 Please note, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
Regional Manager Community Services
Randstad, Illawarra, New South Wales, Katherine, NT
As an integral member of the Community Services and Engagement team, the Regional Manager Community Services contributes to ensuring that service delivery and operational activities are closely aligned with strategic direction and consistent with the organisations mission and values. To provide leadership and operational management for all Community Services programs including Aged Care, Meals On Wheels, Crèche and Disability Services to ensure contractual compliance and quality outcomes for all stakeholders. To oversee the day to day operations of Community Service programs within a designated region. Leading staff, volunteers and service partners in supporting and delivering a suite of services to our community-based clients that provide exceptional customer experience and meet their outcomes and service expectations. Service Delivery, Planning and Monitoring Work closely with the Human Resources teams and Corporate Services and Sustainability Division to manage, monitor and support the employment processes to ensure new staff have an exceptional employment and on boarding experience Lead ongoing organisational change including contemporary techniques in ideation, problem solving and consultation. Ensuring problems and decisions occur at the right levels and empowering staff to be the creators of change Maintain confidentiality on all issues related to Council and client programs Facilitate links to services and advocacy for clients. Act and communicate in a responsive, respectful and professional manner at all times Establish and maintain positive and effective working relationships with government agency personnel, contract management teams and key stakeholders such as families, GPs and other health professionals Other reasonable duties within the scope of the relevant level as instructed by the direct supervisor Organisational Sustainability Monitor and work to agreed service delivery and/or budget and/or staffing targets, KPI's Oversee community services programs to maximise funding opportunities through accurate and comprehensive documentation Ensure contractual KPI's and obligations are achieved Monitor and ensure quality systems are maintained and that records, reports, submissions and correspondence as required is prepared in accordance with Council’s policies and procedures and relevant government standards, funding agreements and other contracts Ensure the responsible and ethical use of Council resources by monitoring and reporting on any conflicts of interest, fraud or unethical matters Monitor compliance with key legislative requirements including staff and volunteer police checks, WorkPlace Health and Safety, Privacy and Confidentiality, maintenance programs. Contribute to the achievement of objectives outlined in Council’s strategic plans and regional plans. Leadership: Conduct and participate in professional support and supervision meetings/performance reviews and performance management Maintain a safe and healthy workplace and demonstrate leadership through active participation in WHS through: Ensuring staff have the required resources, skill, ability and competence to safely carry out the duties of their roles Consultatively identify and implement strategies to improve WHS Managing hazards ensuring control measures are implemented in accordance with the hierarchy of control (outlined in Council’s Risk Management Manual) Investigating incident reports, reviewing data, undertaking incident investigations and implementing improvement action. Establish individual development and training plans for each staff member. Quality and Continuous Improvement Participate and contribute to the planning processes, policy and procedure formulation as pertains to area of responsibility Participate in ensuring exemplary quality processes are nurtured and maintained, and ideas and innovations are encouraged and explored Complete reports and contribute to ensuring a cycle of continuous improvement is embedded in the way services are provided Ensure the organisation is up to date with Industry changes and program requirements. Work Health and Safety (WHS) All staff have a duty of care and a legal obligation to ensure that they: Undertake work in a manner that is not harmful to their health and safety or the health and safety of others Proactively identify and address potential risk to ensure the safety, so far as is reasonably practicable, of service users, staff, volunteers, stakeholders and the organisation in accordance with legislated responsibilities and Council’s Quality and Risk Management System Comply with the Council’s WHS Management System requirements particularly manual handling, infection control, emergency, food safety and personal protective equipment requirements Attend and actively participate in WHS and other mandatory training Essential Criteria Tertiary qualifications coupled with extensive knowledge and a high level of skill relevant to the role. Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a relevant management role and/or employment services. Demonstrated experience in leading community based multidisciplinary service teams Demonstrated achievements in leading, managing and mentoring staff Demonstrated experience in successful management of multi-million dollar contracts or projects Experience in workforce and resourcing planning to ensure continuity of service delivery Ability to create strong regional networks of internal and external stakeholders in order to achieve Council’s operational and strategic goals Experience in effective communication, including consultation, mediation and negotiation techniques with the ability to create and lead an environment where problem solving of conflicts between any parties is effectively resolved Demonstrated ability to interpret and implement policies and legislative requirements into operations to achieve KPIs. Demonstrated ability to write complex non-standard correspondence, reports, submissions and proposals that require original content. Well-developed word processing and computer application skills. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and sensitively with Indigenous people Demonstrated experience or awareness of issues affecting people in remote Indigenous communities. Demonstrated knowledge and competence to be a safety leader and maintain a safe workplace. Working with Children Clearance (OCHRE Card) required at the commencement of employment or a current receipt of an application for an exemption to be approved by SAFE NT Current Northern Territory Manual “C” Class Drivers Licence or ability to obtain Able to meet the inherent requirements of the position both physically and mentally. Be an Australian Resident or provide the current, relevant Visa to work within Australia (Please note that RGRC do not currently undertake sponsorship). Undertake a new Criminal History Check prior to commencement of employment and renew your Criminal History Check every three (3) years, or as per the Criminal History Check Policy. If you feel you possess the necessary skills and experience please hit the 'apply now' button or email bryan.pritchardrandstad.com.au. 0439072172 Please note, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.