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Youth Off The Streets (YOTS) is looking for an effective Project Coordinator to implement and deliver the Communities Inspiring and Teaching Youth (CITY) project aiming to develop and strengthen community capacity to address and respond to community and youth issues.
You will be joining a supportive, fast paced team and working closely with the Volunteer Support Worker role attached to the project. A demonstrated ability to work as part of a busy multi-disciplinary team, with the ability to work independently and show initiative is highly regarded for this position.
The Role is responsible for the delivery and execution of the project outcomes as per funding agreement.
This is a maximum term full time position based in The Canterbury Bankstown area and reporting to the Engagement and Support Manager.
A valid and current NSW Working With Children Check, Drivers licence and unrestricted Australian Working Rights are essential for this position.
Youth Off The Streets is a high profile non-denominational community organisation founded by Father Chris Riley. We work with disadvantaged young people who may be homeless, drug dependent and/or recovering from abuse. We support these young people to overcome immense personal trauma and turn their lives around.
This is a rare opportunity to join a passionate and high profile not for profit organisation that values the current youth of today and the youth of tomorrow.
YOTS is committed to providing a safe environment where all children and young people are treated with respect and are protected from harm; we have zero tolerance for child abuse.