- Job posted on: 23rd Jul 2020
- Applications close:
Raise Foundation is creating thriving communities through mentoring programs that empower young people to become resilient, capable and connected. We are about to enter a significant strategic growth phase to offer our program to every public secondary school in Australia, so it is an exciting time to be part of a powerful youth mentoring movement.
Our Programs Team is responsible for developing and delivering evidence-based programs that are continuously improved upon to meet and exceed the sector’s benchmarks. We are a driven, positive and energetic team who are proud of our mentoring match outcomes for young people, including our 93.6% match retention rate. We are motivated and committed to maintain this rate by ensuring high quality match support so that young people in our program feel heard, valued and supported.
As we embark on a journey to expand our presence in high schools across the country, we have an exciting, opportunity for a Programs Team Coordinator to join our National team. This role is responsible for providing effective support to the Raise Programs Team including research, coordination, scheduling and distributing resources for key components of the program delivery cycle. The role will also be the central point of contact and communication for the Raise office in Sydney. Success in this role looks like:
As with all of our employees, you have a genuine interest in the wellbeing of young people facing profound challenges in their lives.
You’ll be based at our office in Mosman, and are an energetic and passionate professional who has had prior experience in Team Support, Program Coordination or another Business Administration role. Being the first point of contact for our Sydney office, you will be welcoming, with an accommodating, can-do attitude. You’re a highly self-motivated and tenacious self-starter, you possess strong problem solving skills coupled with the initiative to develop and implement effective solutions.
Advanced IT Skills including experience in Microsoft Office365, cloud-based systems such as Google Drive or OneDrive and a CRM or Program Delivery System like Salesforce is important, as this position will require a high level of technical skills.
This position is initially for 20 hours per week and is paid under the Social Community, Home Care and Disability Services (SCHADS) Award, through which salary packaging is available.