- Job posted on: 13th Aug 2019
- Applications close:
ds is a 130 year old non-for-profit, non-denominational agency. We provide family services, mental health and wellbeing services, relationship counselling, parent support and education for families, children and young people. Our services and our approach to service delivery reflects the diversity of the communities in which we engage. Using public health programming we deliver interventions across the prevention and early intervention spectrum. This includes universal and targeted responses underpinned by multiple disciplines and types of knowledge. Our practices and programs are evidence-based and informed by lived experience through the use of a co-design process.
Please note ds is committed to Child Safety. All short-listed candidates are subject to child safety screening and assessment against the Child Safety Standards as part of our recruitment process. This includes having a valid Working with Children Card and completing a criminal history check.
Reporting to the Systems & Data Manager, you’ll be providing support to staff in the use of our CRM and intranet. As a great communicator, you’ll be comfortable engaging with, and training, users of varying digital literacy in the use of digital systems. You will possess an analytical and user-focussed approach to solving technical problems as they arise. You will also have a strong understanding of how these integral systems fit into our staff’s day-to-day work, and the operations of a growing workforce. As an important support to staff, you’ll be confident in taking the initiative as well as taking a consultative approach with managers in ensuring these systems are running smoothly and meeting staff needs.
A current Victorian driver’s license and willing to travel across multiple premises’ on a regular basis.
As ds is committed to Child Safety, all short-listed candidates are subject to child safety screening and assessment against the Child Safety Standards as part of our recruitment process. This includes having a valid Working with Children Card and completing a criminal history check.
Applicants MUST address the following selection criteria in your application: