PMCH seeking experienced manager

Prahran Malvern Community Housing Inc. (PMCH) is seeking to appoint an experienced manager as its next CEO and requires an individual who can create a vision for success whilst providing the existing team with guidance and support in their day-to-day roles.

The position will suit an individual who can work collaboratively with the department and other stakeholders, including the Board and staff, to provide leadership and direction to a small but highly-skilled team and can be expected to make high-level decisions that reflect the core values of the organisation.

PMCH has developed a unique and well-respected service model that seeks to continuously maximise opportunities for social inclusion and empowerment.  At the heart of this model is a commitment to the principles of Social Justice, and an aspiration to inspire mutual respect and compassion amongst all members of the community.

The organisation consciously applies these principles, which are reflected in all its practices. The philosophy of PMCH subscribes to the belief that all people have a right to quality secure and affordable housing and those services should be delivered in a way that respects the dignity of consumers and encourages self-determination.

PMCH is a not for profit, incorporated association and is managed by a community based Board of Management which acts as an interface between the client group and the wider community and is committed to ethical governance and challenging social inequity.

This is a full-time position, although part-time hours can be negotiated with the successful applicant.

Applications, consisting of a resume and cover letter addressing how you meet the selection criteria,  can be emailed to Pamela Morrison, Board Secretary, or call 03 9826 5194 for details.

Applications close at 5pm on June 7.

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Wayss seeking Communications Specialist

Wayss is seeking a full-time Communications Specialist to support its programs and projects by delivering high-quality and timely communication and stakeholder engagement initiatives

Key Information:

  • Full time position ( Dandenong location)
  • Salary range $70-$75K (plus super)
  • Plus access to generous tax benefits through salary packaging
  • 5 weeks annual leave

Position closes: 5:00 pm, Monday 13th May 2019

CHL advertising State Manager role

The Community Housing Limited (CHL) Group of Companies is looking for a highly skilled, committed, passionate leader to take on the role of State Manager for Victoria, with a focus on business development and growth. As the State Manager, you will be responsible for managing partnerships, promote business growth, quality services and community development.

CHL is an innovative and best practice affordable housing organisation which assists access to, develops and manages sustainable housing for people in need.

Applications close: Thursday, May 16.

View the CHL website for more details and the position description.

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Tenancy & Property Officer needed

Active has a great opportunity for an experienced Tenancy & Property Officer to join its energetic and progressive team.

In this role, you will be coordinating the day to day tenancy and property management activities as a member of Active’s Housing Team.

About you

You are someone who believes that every person has the right to safe, secure and affordable housing.  You uphold the human rights of people from all walks of life and you are person focussed with excellent customer service skills.

To be successful in this role, you will need to be experienced and skilled at coordinating a tenancy portfolio of Active owned and managed properties.

You will have:

  • Experience in general property and tenancy management
  • Sound knowledge of current Residential Tenancy management
  • Experience in tenancy management and asset management software i.e. Chintaro
  • Excellent administration skills, time management and attention to detail.
  • A current Victorian Driver’s license.

Applications close: Friday 26 April 2019

Download the position description, which details how to apply for this role.

 

Job: Independent Living Unit Coordinator

Vasey RSL is seeking an Independent Living Unit Coordinator who will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the Independent Living Units, including admissions, discharge, and quality service development which promotes independence.

The coordinator will be providing social and emotional support to clients with specific needs eg. PTSD or other mental health issues and referring them to appropriate external health care services.

Applicants should have demonstrated experience in a community housing setting, experience providing accommodation support and an understanding of the Residential Tenancies Act 1997, amongst other attributes.

Download the position description and apply via Mercury.

Job: Place Manager (Housing Worker)

Unison is seeking a Place Manager (Housing Worker).

Reporting to the Team Leader, you will deliver high quality tenancy and property management services. This includes actively working towards sustaining successful tenancies for a diverse range of people, many of whom have complex needs.

Duties include but are not limited to:

  • End-to-end property management such as arrears management, routine inspections, represent Unison at VCAT.
  • Arranging and participating in house meetings and leading place making events
  • Work closely with housing support workers to facilitate positive outcomes for clients

For a full Position Description and instructions on how to apply, please visit the careers page at unison.org.au and send your application addressing the key selection criteria to: placemanagerp4@unison.org.au.

Job: Team Leader, Place Management

Unison is seeking a Team Leader to be based at their Footscray office. The Team Leader will work with staff across a number of different teams, both within its social and private businesses to deliver sustainable long-term housing with a community wide focus.

The Team Leader will be managing and supporting a team of Place Managers comprising Place Management and Housing Support staff, with some office management responsibilities. You will be required to work with staff and management to deliver KPI’s set by both Unison and The Department of Health and Human Services and reporting on these. There is also the requirement to work with clients directly and indirectly to help sustain tenancies and promote a community inclusion and focus, not only tenancy based management.

For a full Position Description and instructions on how to apply, please visit the careers page  at unison.org.au and send your application addressing the key selection criteria to: tlplacemanagementp1@unison.org.au.

Are you our next bookkeeping guru?

CHIA Vic is seeking a Bookkeeper on a part-time basis to handle all financial aspects for the organisation.

Working one-day a week from our centrally-located office at 1/128 Exhibition Street, Melbourne, you will be an integral part of our small and friendly team.

Click here to download the position description or call Lesley Dredge for details on 9654 6077.

Please forward this post to anyone you think could be interested in this role.

Applications close on Friday, April 12.

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CEHL seeking Co-op Development Co-ordinators

Common Equity Housing Limited (CEHL) is seeking two Co-op Development Co-ordinators (CDCs) to join the team in its Richmond office. Reporting to a Team Leader, you will work in a team to resource and develop vibrant and sustainable tenant-managed housing co-operatives and build CEHL’s co-operative housing program.

Core tasks include the provision of advice, guidance and training and a delivery of a range of strategic co-operative development initiatives.

CEHL needs need highly-skilled individuals with a background in community housing, training or community focused service delivery and substantial experience working with groups.

Ideal candidates will have strong self-organisation skills, great communication and engagement skills and the ability to quickly learn about the co-operative program. CDC’s need to be resourceful, resilient and solution focused, with the flexibility to collaboratively plan program and organisational activities while also working independently with individual co-operatives.

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Chintaro seeking Customer Support & Training Officer

Chintaro is looking for an experienced Customer Support and Training Officer to provide world-class technical support for our software product for both new and existing clients.  The successful candidate will be ideally located in Melbourne.

The Customer Support and Training Officer is responsible for solving/identifying technical and software issues, installing software, answering support calls and managing customer expectations.  Support tasks may include configuring on-premise/hosted installations of Chintaro, answering basic software application questions, documenting issues/bugs and assisting customers with any technical issues.  This role is predominantly client-facing so proper representation of Chintaro and MDB Consulting, as well as industry and software knowledge is paramount.

Click here for more information or Contact Us to make a time to discuss.