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03 Oct, 2018
Bible Society Australia (BSA) is currently seeking a full-time Donor Care Representative to help champion our mission in Tasmania. Bring your solid fundraising and customer relations experience to supporting the ministry of Bible Society. Reporting to the National Manager Donor Care, this position is part of the National Donor Care Team whose objective is to grow the mission of BSA through deeper supporter relationships and increasing supporter income. Based in Hobart or Launceston, but operating throughout Tasmania, this role’s primary purpose is to raise funds for BSA, fulfilling the interests and passions of donors to BSA by providing them with giving opportunities and encouraging them to give. Key Criteria: To be considered for this role it is essential that you can demonstrate: Excellent fundraising, sales or customer service experience Excellent long-term relationship building experience in a commercial or non- profit environment Capacity to meet and exceed fundraising targets Curiosity to learn about donor passions and interests and bring them joy in their giving Capacity to work independently, using your own initiative and as part of a broader team A desire to further the Christian message through the work of Bible Society Australia Current driver’s license If this role sounds like you, we would like to hear from you! To Apply: Please email a resume and cover letter outlining how you meet the essential criteria, listed above, to nic.capp@biblesociety.org.au Closing Date: 12 October 2018 The successful applicant will be required to undertake a police check and working with children’s check. For more information about the Bible Society please visit http://www.biblesociety.org.au/
Bible Society Australia Tasmania, Australia Full time
02 Oct, 2018
Turn your success into significance Empower families to free themselves from poverty  Join a leading provider of microfinance and enterprise development Full-time role based in Sydney CBD About the organisation Opportunity International Australia gives the most marginalised families in developing countries the tools to break the cycle of poverty themselves. Opportunity provides small loans to families to help them build businesses, earn regular incomes and free themselves from poverty. By helping a mother buy a sewing machine to start a tailoring business or a father buy seeds to plant a vegetable garden, small loans enable them to transform their lives, their children’s futures and their communities. With 98% of loans recycled, the impact continues year after year. Opportunity is motivated by Jesus Christ’s call to love and serve the poor, serving all people regardless of their race, faith, ethnicity and gender. The Role Opportunity is looking for an experienced Program Support Officer to join the Programs Team in its head office in Sydney CBD. We are a small and vibrant team, passionate about helping people free themselves from poverty. We cultivate a friendly, professional culture where staff can apply their talents and skills with the knowledge that they are making a real difference. Core Responsibilities You will be responsible for maintaining standards of good practice in our international development programs including: Policy development and implementation on cross-cutting issues, like gender and disability inclusion Yearly funding proposals and performance reporting to the Australian Government, including accurate budget acquittals Staff and partner learning and development on standards necessary to maintain accreditation with the Australian Government and ACFID membership Reviewing implementing partners’ capacity to manage projects and programs to the standards needed to maintain ANCP accreditation with DFAT Ensuring Opportunity and our implementing partners maintain child-safe practices. You will partner with Opportunity’s Relationship and Project Managers to ensure we maintain our high standards in good development practice and our eligibility to access Australian Government funding. Your Skills and Attributes You will have: Tertiary degree in International Development and related experience in the development sector Exceptional written communication, project management, and influencing skills Strong budget management skills The ability to build effective relationships across Opportunity’s programs team and coordinate contributions from them to meet deadlines for submissions Commitment to the core values and mission of Opportunity. Remuneration including superannuation and salary packaging available to not-for-profit organisations will be negotiated according to experience. Opportunity is a child safe organisation . The successful candidate will be required to undertake a National Police Check and adhere to our Child Protection Policy. How to apply If you’re passionate about helping families live lives free from poverty, please email  jobs@opportunity.org  for further details about the application process and written selection criteria. Applications close Friday 26 October. Early applications are encouraged.  
Opportunity International Australia Sydney NSW, Australia Full time
28 Sep, 2018
$75,000 - $90,000 yearly
  1.    Position Purpose Vine Church is seeking to employ an experienced operations manager to manage and build systems, processes, policies and teams to facilitate the effective operation of our church as we grow. 2.    Main Responsibilities The Operations Manager is responsible for building and overseeing a team of staff and volunteers responsible for providing professional operational services to the entire organisation. You will provide a strategic and operational advice to the Lead Pastor and play an integral role in implementing the vision of Vine Church. You will work closely with the Lead Pastor and Wardens, and be responsible for managing volunteers. The Operations Manager will have responsibility for the following areas: Office Management – running an effective office space which provides needed operational facilities for staff. Ministry Administration – delivery of administration support to ministry staff. Accounts and Financial Management –  oversight of budgeting, purchasing, asset management, tendering, invoicing and book-keeping services. Property Management – management of our residential and church properties including leasing, maintenance, development, and forecasting needs. Events and Project Management – training and support of event and project managers ensuring all events and projects are run at a consistent standard. Communications – development and oversight of a Communications Team involving copywriting, design, and marketing to improve the engagement of members and the local community. Fundraising – establishing and maintaining relationships with foundations, writing grant proposals, and establishing strategy and process for internal appeals. Human Resources Management – the provision of staff contracts, entitlements structures, entry and exit procedures, interview and assessment pathways. Risk and Compliance – the implementation of policy and procedures and compliance with applicable regulatory bodies. Diocesan Management – the oversight of our responsibilities to the Anglican Diocese of Sydney. Technology – the oversight of hardware and software technology used to service the church and property, including Elvanto, Google, Mailchimp, Dropbox, etc. In addition the Operations Manager will be expected to: Provide confidential, timely, considered, and objective advice on strategic, operational, vision, and planning matters to the Lead Pastor. Provide timely and accurate reporting to the wardens. Develop financial, legal, and governance capabilities to support the growth trajectory of the organisation in the medium and long-term. Ensure legal, financial, and policy compliance as required of our operations. Build, maintain and assist the Operations Team made up of volunteers and staff. Cultivate, maintain, and grow a culture of improvement, efficiency, professionalism, and creativity across all operational leaders and teams within the organisation. 3.    Qualifications Essential Evidences a committed, authentic and tested faith in the risen Lord Jesus as our only saviour and hope. Loves the church as the gathered people of God and leads their family to do the same
. Deep love for Jesus, and a strong commitment to seeing people live for the glory of God in all their lives. Strong commitment to seeing lives changed by the gospel via prayer and the word of God. Proven ability in establishing, training and leading teams and their leaders. 
 Clear, humble and an engaging leadership style, calling people to make sacrifices for the cause of Christ. Excellence in professional skills such as clear written and verbal communication, time-management, organisation, and systems thinking. Ability to negotiate conflict between parties. Proven experience in running large projects or event management with a team of staff or volunteers. A track record of expertise in continuous improvement of organisational systems and processes towards efficiency, simplicity and efficacy. Willing to work alongside others in a team and under the Lead Pastor. Willing to commit to the vision and mission and join Vine Church. Desirable Experience in leading a staff team and running an organisation. Strong numerical analysis skills and experience in managing budget. More than five years experience in a similar role. Demonstrates the ability to have excelled in a professional vocation, and is a good cultural fit with the inner city and the people of Vine Church. Active member of Vine Church. 4.    Special Conditions Remuneration will be based on the experience and qualifications of the applicant and can be discussed with the Lead Pastor at time of application. The position is open to male and female applicants eager to work in a complementarian team environment. Suitability will be assessed based on the above qualifications. For the appropriate appointee, a pathway into pastoral ministry toward the role of Executive Pastor may be considered. On this track, the role would encompass pastoral duties alongside operational leadership, and would involve teaching and other ministry contributions. For expressions of interest, please include your resume along with a statement about your life, values, and prior experience. This should be sent to the Lead Pastor (toby@vinechurch.com.au). Position start date is fully negotiable for the right candidate. Applications close 31 October 2018.
Vine Church 200 Albion Street, Surry Hills NSW, Australia Full time
24 Sep, 2018
Customer Service Supervisor Casual | Toowoomba, QLD   Grow your leadership abilities at Koorong! Koorong are seeking a flexible, reliable and friendly person with a passion for Christian retailing to join our Toowoomba team. This is a casual role with a difference, with the potential for career growth. Koorong are a national company looking for opportunities to develop staff with potential to grow a promising retail career.    Role Specifics: Supervisor responsibilities Toowoomba location Casual hours Shifts available from Monday to Saturday, including Thursday nights Providing excellent customer service is the key purpose of this role along with supporting the Store Manager by supervising shifts, efficiently opening/closing the store and stock maintenance. Other duties will also include cash register operation, re-stocking shelves, pricing stock and store merchandising. Key Criteria: We are looking for an organised person with strong leadership skills who can efficiently supervise a store and work cohesively within a team environment. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills is a must as well as a positive attitude. Retail experience and an intermediate level of computer literacy is essential. A good knowledge of Christian resources would be an advantage.   BENEFITS: Work with a purpose in supporting the ministry of Koorong Staff discount available at our Koorong stores Friendly team environment and training on site TO APPLY Send a resume with cover letter, noting your availability to: toowoombajobs@koorong.com.au.   Koorong is Australia’s leading Christian retail centre. With 15 stores Australia-wide and a thriving website, we provide the largest range at the best prices. We strive for excellence in customer service with a servant heart. Join us in the exciting privilege of providing Christian resources to your local community and beyond, with life changing possibilities! Koorong is part of Bible Society Australia Group.
Koorong Toowoomba QLD, Australia Casual
24 Sep, 2018
Koorong is seeking organised, reliable and enthusiastic people with retail experience who are looking for a casual role with a difference. Join our fast-paced, fun and friendly team as we seek to provide excellent service to our valued customers. Role Specifics: Newcastle location Casual hours Shifts available from Monday to Saturday, including Thursday nights In addition to the important task of serving our customers, this position also involves cash register operation, re-stocking shelves, pricing stock, store merchandising, opening/closing the store and other duties as required. Key Criteria: We are looking for hard workers with excellent communication and interpersonal skills. You will be accurate and efficient, have a positive attitude and be able to work well both in a team environment and unsupervised. Excellent organisational skills and the ability to focus on completing tasks on time is also valued. Retail experience and an intermediate level of computer literacy is essential. A passion for Christian retailing and a good knowledge of Christian resources would be an advantage. BENEFITS: Work with a purpose in supporting the ministry of Koorong Staff discount available at our Koorong stores Friendly team environment and training on site
Koorong Newcastle Casual
21 Sep, 2018
Passionate about working in a strong Christian environment? Background in Buildings and Facilities Maintenance? Sunshine Coast location About Scripture Union Queensland Scripture Union Queensland is a Christian not-for-profit with a heart for youth and children. We are the largest provider of school chaplains in Australia, and each chaplain is uniquely placed to support our children and young people as they navigate life’s increasingly complex issues. We run camps, community outreach events and At-Risk Youth programs, and offer nationally recognised training programs in youth work at both Certificate IV and Diploma levels.   About the role We are seeking a warm and friendly Casual Campsite Assistant with strong interpersonal and communication skills, a positive can-do attitude and proven experience in assisting the running of a campsite, prioritising tasks and projects. Working with the Campsite Supervisor, the main function of the role is to provide a high level of assistance in the practical day to day running of the campground.  Under the director of the Campsite Supervisor, this would include venue maintenance, grounds maintenance, safety and security inspections, This exciting role would suit a Campsite Assistant who is eager to learn, is self-motivated and has a background in Buildings and Facilities Maintenance.   The ideal candidate will have: Basic maintenance skills Current drivers licence (Manual Transmission) Current first aid certificate Previous Fire Warden experience (desirable) Pool Plant Operator Certification (desirable) Power tool related certification (highly desirable) Experience in maintenance services or trade experience / qualification (desirable) Please note that due to the nature of the operational requirements, accommodation will be provided on-site and the Casual Campsite Assistant may be required to sleep on-site overnight and will be on call during the rostered period. Flexibility is required to deliver an efficient service and the Casual Campsite Assistant may be required to work flexible hours, days and shift types, with on call responsibilities.   Applications In order to be considered for this role, please complete your application including the following: Cover Letter – Clearly outlining how you meet the role requirements, including your cultural fit within SU QLD and with how you meet the key accountabilities listed in the role statement. No more than two pages in total. Click  here  for a copy of the role statement Current CV Please email your application to  vacancies@suqld.org.au . For all other general enquiries please contact People Services on (07) 3112 6566. ( Recruitment agencies need not enquire or apply. Only direct candidate applications will be considered.)
Scripture Union Queensland Casual
21 Sep, 2018
About Scripture Union Queensland Scripture Union Queensland is a Christian not-for-profit with a heart for youth and children. We are the largest provider of school chaplains in Australia, and each chaplain is uniquely placed to support our children and young people as they navigate life’s increasingly complex issues. We run camps, community outreach events and At-Risk Youth programs, and offer nationally recognised training programs in Youth Work at both Certificate IV and Diploma levels. About the role Working collaboratively with churches, schools and volunteers, a Field Development Manager is responsible for leading the local delivery of SU QLD ministry through training, coaching and releasing both staff and volunteers into ministry opportunities within their district. This includes recruiting and managing a team of school Chaplains. The ideal candidate will have A minimum 3 years of experience leading a team preferably within a not-for profit environment Tertiary qualifications (minimum Diploma in Youth Work) Demonstrated ability to network, build partnerships and strategic alliances with a broad range of people A broad understanding of Christian youth and children’s ministry Experience and involvement in community fundraising and involvement within the Education sector is also desirable The role covers Rockhampton, Mackay, Pioneer Valley and Bowen.  Please note this role is based out of a home office with frequent travel expected. It is highly desirable for the Field Development Manager to be based within these districts. Applications In order to be considered for this role, please complete your application including the following: Cover Letter– Clearly outlining how you meet the role requirements, including your cultural fit within SU QLD and with how you meet the key accountabilities listed in the role statement. No more than two pages in total. Click  here  to be directed to our website for a copy of the role statement Current CV Please email your application to  vacancies@suqld.org.au ..  For all other general enquiries please call Tijana Pavlovich on (07) 3112 6566 (Recruitment agencies need not enquire or apply. Only direct candidate applications will be considered.)
Scripture Union Queensland Rockhampton, Mackay, Pioneer Valley and Bowen QLD Full time