- Job posted on: 11th Feb 2020
- Applications close:
Reducing the burden of cancer. Cancer Council raises funds that are dedicated to improving quality of life for people living with cancer, through research, patient care, prevention and early detection.
The Coordinator, Volunteering Planning and Support will be responsible for planning, coordinating and supporting the implementation of strategies to engage Cancer Council Queensland’s (CCQ) loyal and valued volunteers. This role is a state-wide influence with a focus on volunteer support and engagement.
This role allows you to be an integral part of the CCQ team and contribute to our fantastic Volunteer team!
Your duties will include, but not limited to:
This role is a Permanent Part-time role (22.5 hours per week).
To be successful in the role, you will have experience working with volunteers and a demonstrated background in the development and implementation of volunteer strategy and practices. Experience in volunteering management systems would be highly desirable.
Innovation is highly regarded along with excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills. The ability to respond to changing circumstances in a flexible and adaptable way is of high importance.
The ability to manage and coordinate multiple projects is critical for success in this role and demonstrated experience in Microsoft Office suite and databases is required.
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.
Applications, including current a resume and brief covering letter, are required by 5.00pm, 25th February 2020 and should be addressed to: Senior Manager, Volunteering.
For your application to be considered, it is recommended that the following documentation is attached with your application: