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Job Vacancy - Violence Free Communities

January 14, 2016 at 11:50 AM

Job Vacancy - Violence Free Communities

At Violence Free Communities we create projects, events and tools that support people to enjoy active participation in their community.  In this way we aim to successfully promote community resilience and other effective alternatives to violence.    

We currently have a great opportunity for an Administration & Projects’ Co-ordinator to join our small team. You will have the opportunity to make your mark by applying your efficient administration capabilities, as well as your knowledge and experience of community development.  Your input into project development will also be highly valued.    

This varied role is part-time with flexible hours, comprising 8 hours per week administration plus an average of 12 hours per week project co-ordination. 

We are looking for someone who is engaging and energetic, efficient with attention to detail, and a team player who is self-motivating and shows initiative.  The key capabilities and experience we are looking for are:

  • Knowledge and experience of community development
  • 5+ years’ experience in administration, including microsoft office systems
  • Experience in maintaining social media platforms and other marketing communications systems
  • High IT understanding preferred
  • Demonstrated success at building effective relationships At Violence Free Communities we aim to be open, transparent, and collaborative.  

Because we are a small team we each take full responsibility for our tasks, yet remain flexible to assist one another when necessary.  

If you want to be part of our innovative and effective team, then take this opportunity and apply with your CV and cover letter to: by 5pm, 29 January 2016.  

Category: Job Vacancies