Contract Community Facilitator
Are you creative, strategic, efficient, and passionate about making a difference? If so, you could be just what SPiCE is looking for. The Sandringham Project in Community Empowerment is a participatory community organisation whose aim is to build a strong and connected community whilst working towards the Sandringham Community’s own vision of a self-reliant, positive, resilient, vibrant, connected, and sustainable community. As one of our Community Facilitators your key roles will be to advocate for and on behalf on the Sandringham Community, liaise with key community groups and stakeholders, be a source of community advice and information, facilitate the community toward vision and action and administer funding services that support our community as it moves towards resilience. Along with your professional attitude key to your success will be your: • proven ability in community-led development and facilitation • commitment to professional development and reflective practice • professional public service integrity • proven communication skills – written and oral • excellent relationship management and negotiation skills • experience and ability to work in a diverse and multicultural community environment • ability to work, both, independently and alongside our current community facilitator • aptitude with report writing and well-developed analytical skills, including the ability to interpret financial information • ability to plan, organise and manage work effectively to meet multiple deadlines • strong IT and social media skills • proven skills, knowledge, and operational experience in providing advice to community and voluntary organisations. • creativity and lateral thinking ability • flexibility with working hours, personal initiative, strong interpersonal skills, and the ability to collaborate well. This is a contracted role of 24 hours per week (.6 FTE negotiable for the right person) – with ongoing professional development support provided. The rate is $35 per hour.
How to Apply
If this sounds like you, please email [email protected] to receive a full job description.
If you would like to apply, please send a cover letter addressing key competencies and outlining your skills and experience, together with your current CV to [email protected] by Saturday 7 August.
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