- Job posted on: 12th Aug 2019
- Applications close:
Reducing the burden of cancer. Cancer Council Queensland (CCQ) raises funds that are dedicated to improving quality of life for people living with cancer, research, patient care, prevention and early detection. We are dynamic, outcome-focused and responsive to community needs, committed to voluntarism and the pursuit of excellence in all activities. All employees and volunteers from CCQ, through their work, are actively involved in cancer control.
The Manager, Peer Support and Volunteering is responsible for leading the state-wide coordination, development and management of peer support programs, support groups, and Cancer Support and Information group volunteer training programs.
This role works closely with the General Manager, Cancer Support and Information to develop and implement Peer Support and Volunteering operational plans to meet Cancer Support and information Strategic Initiatives and Business plans.
This role is a permanent full-time position (37.5 hours per week) based in Brisbane.
To be successful, you must have a tertiary qualification in health, health promotion, education or community development. You must have experience working with volunteers and an ability to recruit, manage and coordinate volunteers. Experience with program management including process documentation and evaluation or planning, provision and evaluation of education and training programs is highly regarded.
CCQ has a Leadership Capability Framework which outlines the necessary capabilities of leaders for the four different leadership levels: Executive (CEO and General Managers), Senior Managers, Managers, and Frontline Managers (Team Leaders and Senior Coordinators).
The capabilities fall under three core capability groups: Vision and Strategy, Driving Outcomes, Attributes and Behaviours.
The framework also provides an overview of leadership through Leadership Balance, Focus for Success and Decision Horizons for each leadership level.
In line with CCQ’s Leadership capabilities, as a Manager, you will deliver our Vision and Strategy by embracing agility, Drive Outcomes through demonstrating accountability and your attributes and behaviours will foster belonging through collaboration.
Cancer Council Queensland is a growing community-based organisation offering employees flexible work arrangements, salary packaging opportunities, and a supportive team environment where healthy lifestyle balance is encouraged.
Cancer Council Queensland is a smoke free workplace.
The successful applicant will be required to provide a current National Police Certificate.