- Job posted on: 8th Nov 2023
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For over 60 years, Cancer Council Queensland’s pioneering work has helped save thousands of lives and has improved the quality of life for people living with cancer. Our mission is to lead Queenslanders in a partnership against cancer.
Cancer Council Queensland raises funds that are dedicated to improving the quality of life for people living with cancer through research to support prevention and early detection.
We are dynamic, outcome-focused, responsive to community needs, and committed to voluntarism and the pursuit of excellence.
Cancer Council Queensland employees and volunteers lead Queenslanders in a partnership against cancer by employing high-performing employees who live our values of being responsible, inclusive, equitable, and collaborative.
Our greatest asset is our diverse team of talented, savvy people. Our awesome employees and volunteers tell us that Cancer Council Queensland is a meaningful, rewarding and fun place to work.
We provide a positive and supportive working environment where you will be a valued team member, and we love to recognise and reward our team of superstars with employee benefits such as extra paid days off.
As the Prevention and Early Detection Education Specialist, you will be responsible for the development and delivery of evidence-based education and training programs to engage the community to reduce cancer risk and improve early detection for all Queenslanders.
This role is a Permanent, Full-time (37.5 hours per week).
To be successful in this role, you will have qualifications in education, training or a related field, or relevant experience. You will have proven experience in the development, delivery and evaluation of education and training curriculum and programs. Experience working in public health or disease prevention will be highly regarded. You will be a self starter who is able to work with minimal supervision and can deliver on education projects.
CCQ has a Leadership Capability Framework which outlines the necessary capabilities of leaders at different leadership levels: Executive (CEO and GMs), Senior Managers, Managers, and Frontline Managers (Team Leaders and Senior Coordinators).
As a leader at CCQ, you will be expected to demonstrate behaviours under three core capability groups: Vision and Strategy, Driving Outcomes and Attributes and Behaviours.
Click "Apply Now". Applications, including a current resume and cover letter, are required and should be addressed to:
People and Culture Team, Cancer Council Queensland
For your application to be considered, please ensure the following documentation is attached with your application:
Applicants are encouraged to submit their application as early as possible as Cancer Council Queensland reserves the right to reduce the application period and/or remove the job advertisement early should a suitable applicant be found.
In line with our value of being inclusive, applications are strongly encouraged from Indigenous Australians, people from a range of cultural and linguistic backgrounds, people with a disability and LGBTIQA+ individuals.
The successful applicant will be required to conduct a current National Police Certificate.
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