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Centre Manager - Kimberwalli

Job Details

Location
New South Wales
Salary
Grade 11/12 - $60-70 per hour
Job Type
Contract
Ref
JO-1911-536196
Contact
Jessica Abboud
Posted
11 days ago
Talent International are currently looking for a Centre manager to support thr Kimberwalli NSW Government initiative to support Aboriginal peope in Western Sydney to transition from school to tertiary education and/ or employment. Kimberwalli has been designed as a technology-enabled hub. This position is a contract role for 6 months initially with the view to be extended and is paying between $60-$70 per hour plus superannuation. 

Primary purpose of the role:
  • The Kimberwalli Centre Manager is responsible for establishing and managing the day to day operations of the centre in line with organisational policies, procedures and project deliverables.
  • The successful candidate will have a sound knowledge of the local community and be responsible for maintaining effective relationships with staff, partners and community representatives.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Lead, develop, implement, oversee and manage operations that ensure the efficient and effective management of Kimberwalli. Manage the day to day operations of the centre in line with organisational policies, procedures and project deliverables.
  • Ensure centre is compliant to relevant quality and safety standards and mandatory education related to risk management, work, health and safety, and other relevant areas.
  • Develop a positive and engaging community presence in line with Kimberwalli vision of a cultural strong and innovative space.
  • Provide leadership, support and guidance to staff; develop a positive, cohesive work environment for all staff.
  • Manage partner and stakeholder relationships through effective communications, negotiation and issues management skills to ensure community and stakeholders remain engaged and active within the Centre
  • Ensure there is financial responsibility and accountability in all areas of responsibility.
  • Prepare a range of high quality strategic and operational documents, including business cases, project plans, reports, briefs, submissions, presentations, and correspondence, to inform or reply to Government and/or AANSW  (Aborigianl Affairs NSW) requests; maintain appropriate records in accordance with statutory and AANSW's recordkeeping requirements.
  • Other duties consistent with the position where required and/or requested by Director, Partnerships from time to time.
Essential requirements:
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate sensitively and effectively with, and understand issues impacting on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
  • Tertiary qualifications in one or more, Facilities Management, Business Management, or a related discipline OR demonstrated equivalent extensive experience in these fields.
  • Valid working with children check
  • An understanding of project management methodologies and practices.
  • Knowledge of and experience in managing risk, health and safety management systems and an understanding of legislation and regulatory compliance, including Occupational Health and Safety obligations.
Desirable:
  • Experience in providing services or programs to young people and Aboriginal communities.
  • Additional business qualifications or experience in safety and quality, maintenance, contract, or supplier management.

 If you can demonstrate the above, then please apply now. For further information, you may contact Jessica Abboud on 02 9223 9855 for a confidential discussion.