- Job posted on: 19th Jan 2024
- Applications close:
Bonnie Support Services Ltd (BSSL) is a leading feminist not-for-profit specialist service for women and children experiencing domestic and family violence and/or who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Established in 1975, Bonnie’s is a Specialist Homelessness Service and a Registered Community Housing Provider located in Southwest Sydney, funded primarily by the Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ) under the Going Home Staying Home program.
The Executive Officer leads the organisation on behalf of our stable and experienced Board. Bonnie’s is staffed by a diverse and experienced team of professionals from many cultural backgrounds, enabling culturally competent support for women and children from Aboriginal, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse and Anglo-Australian communities.
Bonnie Support Services provides a range of specialist services including crisis support, crisis accommodation, transitional housing, case work, outreach and drop-in services and support groups. Other specialist services include a domestic and family violence rapid response team and a children’s therapeutic and support team. Our approach is wholistic and includes practical and creative approaches to safety and recovery. We work in a non-hierarchical, grassroots, collaborative and respectful team environment, and value the culture we have created. We care deeply about having a workplace where our team members feel valued, respected and empowered, in an environment that is safe and inclusive for all.
Due to the retirement of our current Executive Officer, we are seeking an Executive Officer with demonstrated experience in providing strategic and operational leadership, who is creative and able to lead Bonnie’s in an exciting time of growth.
The Executive Officer (EO) of BSSL is responsible for the overall management and strategic direction of the organisation. The EO works in close partnership with the Board, Finance Officer, and the Program Manager who oversees the operational management of our service delivery. This collaborative approach allows for efficient operations and optimal service delivery. The EO’s responsibilities include:
Applicants must address the following criteria to be considered for the position:
An attractive package including a salary range of $130,000-145,000 pa plus superannuation, salary sacrifice and additional leave entitlements will be offered to the successful candidate.
To find out more about the role, please contact the Admin team by email on: [email protected] using the subject line: Executive Officer enquiry via EthicalJobs or by telephone on (02) 9729 0939.
A position description is attached.