$80,000 plus not-for profit salary packaging and benefits
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply
Full-time role managing the literacy-based programs for the Indigenous Literacy Foundation. Work with a dedicated and well-respected small team to create positive outcomes throughout Australia.
Deliver ILF’s core literacy programs.
Identify opportunities to address literacy needs within remote communities.
Prepare detailed reports/proposals for such programs for the Board’s approval.
Manage the delivery of approved projects with the communities.
Organise field trips/workshops for ambassadors and key stakeholders which form the basis of creating new books.
Act as spokesperson and advocate in the broader community.
Manage and mentor program supervisors.
Proactive, energetic, highly motivated, organised with practical project management skills.
Personal interest in increasing literacy levels throughout Australia.
Excellent written and spoken communication.
Ability to initiate and develop partnerships.
University qualification in related field.
Experience working in remote communities.
Must hold a current drivers licence and have a ‘working with children’ and police check.
9 – 5pm with flexibility; immediate start; full-time
Close to Broadway
All interested candidates are requested to send their CV with a cover letter addressing the Personal Attributes above, and two referees to Kirsten at email@example.com. Applications close 1 December 2018.
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Indigenous Literacy Foundation is registered with the ACNC and is a Public Benevolent Institution with DGR1 and TCC status.
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The Indigenous Literacy Foundation acknowledges First Nations peoples and recognises their continuous connection to Country, community and culture. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging, and honour the sharing of traditional stories passed down through generations.
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