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Programs Coordinator

2021 Guide Dogs Qld Privacy Policy - Singleton Military Area, NSW

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JOB DESCRIPTION

Programs Coordinator

Job No: GDQ35

Location: Bald Hills

Employment Status: Part-time

No. of Vacancies: 1

Closing Date: 25 Feb 2021 AEST

Guide Dogs Queensland is seeking an experienced Programs Coordinator to join our Pathways team from our lovely Bald Hills campus. The Programs Coordinator will plan, develop and deliver programs and activities for Guide Dogs Queensland clients. This is a part time position working 4 days per week.

Reporting to the Pathways Practice Manager, this position is also responsible for:

* Administration and coordination of all residential programs.
* Planning, developing, and preparing all Leisure & Lifestyle programs and activities for GDQ clients of all ages and abilities within budget and to funding availability.
* Work with GDQ staff to determine clients needs and potential barriers and develop strategies to assist them to overcome these.
* Maintain documentation to evaluate client participation rates, outcomes, barriers, ongoing needs, etc.
* Coordinate opportunities for clients to access and participate in community-based activities.
* Budgeting and reporting for activities, programs and resource allocations.
* Develop run sheets and staffing requirements.
* Develop and maintain collaborative working partnerships with external organisations, other disability service providers, aged care providers, schools, peak organisations, and relevant others.
* Participate in GDQ clinics, events, promotional activities and marketing opportunities.

To view the full position description, please click here.

About You

Our successful candidate will demonstrate:

* Experience in developing, running and coordinating programs, workshops, group based activities.
* Experience in working with people of all abilities, ages and backgrounds.
* Qualifications in disability, human services, or other relevant experience.
* Well-developed problem solving and time management skills.
* The capacity to build rapport and negotiate with a wide range of people from varied backgrounds and high level communication skills for potential networking and promotional opportunities.
* NDIS knowledge and experience (Desirable).

About Us

Guide Dogs Queensland is a leading provider of services to Queenslanders living with no or low vision. Voted one of Australias most trusted charities, and with thanks to the ongoing support of the community, we are able to help people with low or no vision reach their goals and experience everything life has to offer. Our services are all tailored to ensure blind and vision impaired Queenslanders can fulfil their potential and live life the way they choose.

We offer our team:

* Roles which challenge and reward you whilst allowing you to grow your skill set.
* A competitive salary in accordance with experience.
* A rewarding career where you have the chance to make a real difference to the lives of Queenslanders living with low or no vision.
* Great location, beautiful campus and dogs in the workplace.
* Close to public transport and free onsite parking.
* Great team culture.
* GDQ is committed to building a highly skilled workforce, assisted by a dedicated leadership team. We support our staff with learning and development opportunities, an employee benefits program and progressive workforce management strategies.

How to Apply

Please complete the application form below and submit your covering letter explaining why you would be suitable to the role (no more than 2 pages) and a copy of your Resume/CV.

Applications close 2 February 2020.

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Every day, we work together to empower our clients with the freedom to live an independent life. Respect and trust drive us. Guided by our clients, we are passionate supporters at every step of the way.

Our teams are some of the most talented and experienced in their fields, who work with passion and care to make a real difference to the lives of many. We are a community of thinkers, doers, innovators and dog lovers with ideas that get tails wagging.

We value personal and professional development and always look for opportunities to grow. With family as our focus, we enjoy safe and flexible work conditions, staff wellness and recognition initiatives, and live life beyond the workplace.

As Australias most trusted charity, working for us will bring experiences beyond the normal workplace. At Guide Dogs Queensland you can love what you do and let your work have a true impact on people in need.

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