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Neighbourhood House Coordinator

Neighbourhood House Coordinator

  • Highly regarded not-for-profit organisation
  • Progressive, enthusiastic and dedicated staff
  • Attractive Salary Packaging available
  • Part time position
  • Based in Melton

Djerriwarrh Community & Education Services (Djerriwarrh) is a highly regarded not-for-profit charitable organisation which has been delivering high quality education, training, employment and youth programs in the western suburbs of Melbourne since 1989.  Djerriwarrh’s Mission Statement is ‘empowering individuals and local communities to learn, connect and grow’.  Djerriwarrh has an inclusive, collaborative workplace culture.

Program:

The Neighbourhood House Coordinator will liaise closely with Learn Locals, other Neighbourhood House providers and community organisations in Melton, along with DFFH, DET, Centrelink, local government, community members, employers/businesses, schools and local community networks to identify community development needs.

Role:

The Neighbourhood House Coordinator is responsible for strategic planning, program development, volunteer management and day to day operations of the Neighbourhood House activities.  The Neighbourhood House Coordinator is responsible for Neighbourhood House direction and policies and complying with the service agreement.

Skills/Qualifications:

Qualifications in Community Development or similar discipline plus 2 years’ relevant experience preferable.

Position Description:

For a position description and information on how to apply please click on the following links:

Applications Direction – Neighbourhood House Coordinator May 2024

Neighbourhood House Coordinator – May 2024

Applications must include a cover letter, an address to the Key Selection Criteria and a current resume.  Applicants who do not address the Key Selection Criteria will not be contacted. 

Applications will be considered upon receipt.

Closing date: 4:00pm Friday 31 May 2024

Djerriwarrh actively encourages applications from Aboriginal peoples, people from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, gender and sexually diverse people and people with a disability.