Newly created Project Support Officer role to assist management with administrative and reporting tasks.
Jesuit Social Services is a social change organisation working to build a just society where all people can live to their full potential.
Since 1977, we’ve provided services in some of the most disadvantaged in our community.
We place a high priority on advocacy and are a leader in policy development and research.
Support After Suicide is an initiative of Jesuit Social Services within the Mental Health and Wellbeing stream which provides postvention support. Operating in Victoria and New South Wales, the project aims to develop; implement and document an effective service model that:
This is a unique opportunity to join the team as a Project Support Officer tasked with assisting the management team with administrative and reporting tasks. This will involve monitoring deadlines and preparing data.
The ideal candidate will be skilled in Excel, flexible in their approach and able to build positive and cooperative relationships with a range of individuals and teams in the organisation.
This is a part time (0.6 FTE) position, based in Brunswick. Competitive remuneration, plus salary packaging benefit is offered together with ongoing professional and career development.
Tertiary qualification/s and/or relevant experience is required.
This role will suit a candidate with the following skills and experience:
For further information, please contact Louise Flynn, General Manager Support After Suicide 0413 009 531.
Applicants are required to respond to each of the Key Selection Criteria, with names and contact numbers of two referees. Your responses to the selection criteria should be incorporated into your covering letter.
Please apply in confidence.
Applications close at 5.00pm on Thursday 21 July 2022.
Applications may be reviewed prior to the closing date and may be subject to change without notice.
Jesuit Social Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. We celebrate and welcome all people regardless of ethnicity, cultural background, age, gender, sexuality, disability or religious affiliation.
Jesuit Social Services takes child protection seriously. We undertake multiple screening processes including appropriate reference and background checks, Working with Children Check and police checks to ensure the protection of children and young people in our care.
You are required to meet the behaviour standards outlined in our Code of Conduct.