Queenscliffe & District Neighbourhood House
Queenscliffe and District Neighbourhood House is looking for an experienced, dynamic community development worker to lead a small team in developing and managing our well established organisation.
Classification: NHACE Agreement 2010 Level depends on qualifications and experience
Hours: Permanent Part Time 25 hours per week.
This interesting and rewarding role provides an opportunity to develop and strengthen a small but vital community organisation based in regional Victoria.
The Coordinator is responsible to the Committee of Management for the operation, management and development of the Neighbourhood House and for ensuring that the organisation operates in accordance with the Committee’s strategic decisions, the service agreements with funding bodies and applicable legislation.
Experience in managing a community organisation and a command of community development principles and skills are central to the role.
Applications close 23/01/2020 at 3pm.
For a position description and application details please call Queenscliffe Neighbourhood House on 5258 3367 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Queenscliffe Neighbourhood House was started by a small group of enthusiastic local residents in 1985. Over the years we have been located in a variety of buildings around the town. Since 2010 we have called 3 Tobin Drive home and absolutely love our position facing the bay. The light and the views inspire our ever increasing Art programs. Keep an eye on the Term Flyer for current and upcoming activities.
The Queenscliffe Neighbourhood House fosters a friendly environment that is positive, uplifting and inclusive.
We work with the local community to provide a better quality of life and to build links between individuals and groups.
The Queenscliffe Neighbourhood House receives funding from a range of sources. The State Government Department of Health and Human Services contribute towards the Co-ordinators' salaries and some on- costs.
The Borough of Queenscliffe provides the venue and its maintenance. A range of grants are applied for throughout the year. The Committee of Management is involved in fundraising activities for specific projects and to ensure the financial viability of the organisation.