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Hope Street currently has the following career opportunities for people to join one of our teams:

People and Culture Coordinator

Part time; 45.6 hours per fortnight (0.6 EFT); 12 month fixed term

Hope Street is looking for an experienced People and Culture Coordinator to provide leadership in Human Resources, including change management, recruitment and selection, health and safety, learning and development, policy and strategy, employee relations and industrial relations.

You will need to be able to:

  • provide up-to-date and accurate advice on industrial relations and be able to support managers in resolving grievances and performance management issues;
  • provide advice, information and guidance to Managers and employees on Workplace Health and Safety matters consistent with legislation, including Workcover and claims management;
  • be up-to-date with best practice recruitment and selection and support managers in this area;
  • manage employment related records and review statistical data, staffing reports and other statistical information as required;
  • develop and revise People and Culture policies, procedures and work instructions as required to ensure consistency with polices and effectiveness in all areas as well as contribute to the development and implementation of People and Culture strategic plans and strategic direction.

Key Responsibilities

  • Change Management
  • Employee Relations/Grievances/Discipline
  • Recruitment and HR Systems
  • Administration and Reporting
  • Workers Compensation and Injury Management
  • Knowledge Development Policies and Strategy

All applicants must address each key selection criteria as detailed in the position description. Please provide the names and contact numbers of three recent professional referees.

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Enquiries

Michelle Montague, Finance, People and Culture Manager, on (03) 8311 9614, 0403 717 984 or .

Applications

Hope Street encourages applications from suitably qualified people from a diverse range of racial, social, cultural, gender and disability backgrounds that reflect our community.

Applications are to be emailed to Michelle Montague, Finance, People and Culture Manager, using the subject line: People and Culture Coordinator application via Hope Street Website, at by 9:00am, Friday 27 October 2017.

Programs Manager (North West)

Full time; 76 hours per fortnight (1.0 EFT); Permanent position

An exciting opportunity exists for a dynamic, experienced and energized leader within Hope Street.

The successful applicant will hold responsibility for management of a number of key programs in the local government area of Melton, with one of Victoria’s long standing and leading youth homelessness specialist organisations.

Key Roles and Responsibilities

  • Programs Development and Delivery
  • Community Capacity Building
  • Professional Development
  • Data Collection and Reporting
  • Organisational and Administration
  • Other duties as negotiated from time to time with the Operations Manager/CEO

All applicants must address each key selection criteria as detailed in the position description. Please provide the names and contact numbers of three recent professional referees.

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Enquiries

Emma Baxter, Operations Manager, on 0431 773 205 or .

Applications

Hope Street encourages applications from suitably qualified people from a diverse range of racial, social, cultural, gender and disability backgrounds that reflect our community.

Applications are to be emailed to Emma Baxter, Operations Manager, using the subject line: Programs Manager (North West) application via Hope Street Website, at by 9:00am, Monday 23 October 2017.

Youth Residential Services Team Leader (North West)

Full time; 76 hours per fortnight (1.0 EFT); Permanent position

Hope Street seeks a leader who will assist with the establishment of the Hope Street First Response Youth Service in Melton and provide leadership and direction to the supported crisis accommodation team including the Residential Support Workers, Case Managers and visiting team members.

The Youth Residential Services Team Leader will work closely with team members providing individual performance management as well as the delivery of the program models and strategic plan via annual individual work plans, supervision and effective communication mechanisms. He/she will also manage the day to day operational resources with the support and oversight of the Program Manager. The Youth Residential Services Team Leader will achieve optimum service delivery, program implementation and development as well as client outcomes. Compliance in all operational areas including human resource management, service delivery, continual quality improvement and risk management will also be achieved.

Key Roles and Responsibilities

  • Service Delivery
  • Community Capacity Building
  • Professional Development
  • Administration
  • Other duties as negotiated from time to time with the Programs Manager and Operations Manager

All applicants must address each key selection criteria as detailed in the position description. Please provide the names and contact numbers of three recent professional referees.

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Enquiries

Emma Baxter, Operations Manager, on 0431 773 205 or .

Applications

Hope Street encourages applications from suitably qualified people from a diverse range of racial, social, cultural, gender and disability backgrounds that reflect our community.

Applications are to be emailed to Emma Baxter, Operations Manager, using the subject line: Youth Residential Services Team Leader (North West) application via Hope Street Website, at by 9:00am, Monday 23 October 2017.

For any other employment opportunities to join one of our teams at Hope Street, please refer to the following websites:

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