- Job posted on: 14th Nov 2019
- Applications close:
The St Vincent de Paul Society is a leading provider of community support services and has been assisting people experiencing disadvantage in NSW for more than 130 years. Our people reach out to the most vulnerable in our community through our Conferences, Special Works and Vinnies shops. The Society's mission is to shape a more just and compassionate society by offering a 'hands up' approach to people in need respecting their dignity, sharing our hope and encouraging them to take control of their own destiny.
The Breaking the Barriers Coordinator position is in the Vinnies Services directorate and is part of the Community Inclusion Team. This team is responsible for state-wide management of excellent community inclusion services, including disability services.
The role's primary responsibility is to oversee the implementation of agreed initiatives that sit under the Breaking the Barriers (BTB) program which is specifically designed to support at risk children that are experiencing various forms of disadvantage.
The Breaking the Barriers (BTB) Coordinator will oversee the implementation of all aspects of the BTB Program including:
This role will report to the Special Works Manager. Please click here for a copy of the Position Description.
We believe our employees are key to our success and in return we offer:
Prior to an offer of employment, preferred candidates will be required to complete the pre-employment checks including reference checks, a Police check, Working with Children check, Health Declaration and/or a medical check, Right to work in Australia check. The Society is committed to being a Child Safe organisation, further information can be found in the Society's commitment to Safeguarding Children & Young People.
If you have questions about this role, please contact Linda Williams (Special Works Manager) firstname.lastname@example.org quoting Breaking the Barriers Coordinator NE /VIN1736 enquiry via EthicalJobs.
St Vincent de Paul Society (NSW) is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and is committed to engaging a diverse workforce. The Society strongly encourages applications from people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background, people with disability, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and mature aged applicants.