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Event Coordinator


Employer: Thorne Harbour Health
Work Type/s: Full Time
Classification/s: Communications & Marketing, Fundraising, GLBTI & Sexual Health, Health Promotion, Project Management, Volunteer Management
Sector/s: Not For Profit (NFP)
Location: Melbourne

Job posted on: 13 September, 2019.
Applications close: 30 September, 2019.

About the Role

The role of the Event Coordinator is to oversee and coordinate all organisational events and ensure that events adhere to a standard that represents Thorne Harbour Health appropriately. In addition to planning, organising and delivering a portfolio of key organisational events, the Event Coordinator will also be required to provide expertise, advice and assistance to a range of internal team and program level events. This position works closely with the Senior Executive Management Team and is required to provide regular written reports and presentations.

For a detailed position description, including selection criteria, click on the attachment below, or visit https://thorneharbour.org/about/working-vac/positions-available/

How to apply for this job

Written applications addressing the selection criteria and including a resume and the names and contact details of three professional referees should be sent to recruitment@thorneharbour.org using the subject line: Event Coordinator application via EthicalJobs.

For further enquiries please contact: John Hall via recruitment@thorneharbour.org or ph: 03 9865 6700

Applications close: 9.00 am, Monday, 30 September 2019.

Members of the LGBTI community and people living with HIV are encouraged to apply.

We offer generous salary packaging and a commitment to quality improvement and professional development.

Important: it is essential that applicants specifically address the key selection criteria. Where key selection criteria have not been addressed, applications will not be considered.

Thorne Harbour Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Supporting materials  Event Coordinator PD - September 2019.pdf