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Manager - Corporate & Member Services


Employer: Federation of Community Legal Centres Victoria
Work Type/s: Full Time, Part Time
Classification/s: Management, Operations & Risk Management, Project Management, Administration
Sector/s: Not For Profit (NFP)
Location: Melbourne

Job posted on: 10 October, 2019.
Applications close: 06 November, 2019.

  • Opportunity to join a peak body at the forefront of advancing social justice
  • Critical role enabling organisational effectiveness
  • Full or part-time position (0.8 FTE) in a family friendly and flexible environment

You are a back office specialist who wants to use your analytical skills and enquiring mind to make a positive impact. You appreciate the importance of collaboration in the delivery of outcomes, and understand how to increase organisational effectiveness through system, service and process review and implementation.

You have broad experience and can strategically support key operational priorities - utilising your strong ability to build relationships, understand issues and leverage collective capacity to deliver sustainable solutions.

A proactive, collaborative and hands on leader, you are committed to driving best practice outcomes for the benefit of our members and to provide a stable foundation for Federation excellence.

About Us

The Federation is the peak body for Victoria’s Community Legal Centres (CLCs). Our members are at the forefront of helping those facing economic, cultural or social disadvantage and whose life circumstances are severely affected by their legal problem.

For over 40 years CLCs have been the heart of a powerful movement for social change, reshaping how people access justice, creating stronger more equitable laws, and more accountable government and democracy.

As their peak body, we work with and support CLCs to fight for a fairer, more just community.

The Federation:

  • Enables a strong collective voice for justice and equality;
  • Mobilises and leads CLCs in strategic, well-coordinated advocacy and campaigns;
  • Leads and supports ongoing learning, reflection and evaluation across the sector;
  • Drives creativity and excellence in delivering legal services to communities.

Context

As our organisation goes through a period of positive growth, it is critical to ensure the foundations of the Federation enable us to continue the important work in driving change for a fairer community.

The newly created role of Manager, Corporate & Member Services will focus on a program of continuous improvement projects to support organisational growth and ensure sustainable member and organisational effectiveness.

About the role

You will facilitate the review of Federation and member operations to enhance performance and capacity – through assessment of key issues and the development of effective solutions.

You will apply your significant relationship capability to engage with members, peak bodies and service providers ensuring continuous improvement programs and opportunities drive mutually beneficial outcomes.

You will utilise your outstanding change and project management, and strong consultation skills to lead and deliver projects of Federation and member importance.

You will capably lead your team to deliver best practice administrative services and activities – building capacity, inspiring success and fostering collaboration.

Rewards and Benefits

The base salary offered is between $85,000 - $90,000 per annum (pro rata for part time), plus superannuation. The Federation offers FBT salary packaging, therefore depending upon personal financial circumstances, the value of the salary may be equivalent to up to approximately $5,000 - $7,000 higher.

Additional benefits include:

  • Family friendly and flexible working arrangements, the role is offered fulltime or part-time (0.8 FTE);
  • Learning and development opportunities; and
  • An everyday working environment that is friendly, collaborative and positive.

A full position description is attached below.

How to apply for this job

The Federation is committed to building a diverse workforce. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds, people of all ages and LGBTIQ people.

Please submit your application before 10 am Wednesday 6 November 2019 to the Human Resources Adviser via humanresources@fclc.org.au, using the subject line: Manager - Corporate & Member Services application via EthicalJobs.

Your application must include your CV together with a cover letter addressing the following selection questions:

  1. What are some of the considerations in ensuring effective collaboration when working within a members based organisation?
  2. How do you go about understanding the priorities of a new role, and then planning the program of work?
  3. Describe a time that you have negotiated a “better” deal for an organisation – one that was cost efficient and provided an improved quality of service?
  4. Describe the ways in which you have led a small team to deliver successful outcomes?
Supporting materials  Manager Corporate & Member Services PD_final_191008.pdf