- Job posted on: 20th Jul 2021
- Applications close:
McAuley Community Services for Women, a ministry of the Institute of Sisters of Mercy of Australia and Papua New Guinea, is committed to creating a world that enables women and children to participate in society on their own terms through innovative services, advocacy and a caring community… so violence and homelessness can be eradicated.
Our Vision is women and children are safe, supported and empowered to achieve their highest potential: all home safely.
Reporting to the Community Services Manager. This position will:
To find out more about the role, please read the full position description.
You will have:
Applications must address the Key Selection Criteria to be considered (three pages maximum).
The key selection criteria are outlined in the position description.
A position description is attached.
Only people with Australian Citizenship or Permanent Residency may apply for this position.
If you have specific questions about the role please contact Phillippa at email@example.com, using the subject line: Team Leader McAuley Care enquiry via EthicalJobs.
HOSPITALITY COMPASSION JUSTICE COMMUNITY
McAuley Community Services for Women values diversity and encourages applications from all backgrounds.
We are committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children supported by our services. Read more about how we work to ensure that the individuality and best interests of children are promoted and respected.
McAuley Community Services for Women were granted an EEO exemption No. A209/2012. This was to assist in attracting the most suitable candidates in our recruitment and selection process. This exemption is used to provide legal grounds for the organisation to accept applications from women only for specific positions in the organisation namely positions where the employee is required to work 1 on 1 with vulnerable women/children.
We seek a new Order from the Victorian Civil Administrative Tribunal in relation to a section 89 exemption from the provisions of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010. This will allow us to continue to legally seek applications from women only for identified positions in our recruitment and selection process.