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2024 Community Leadership Program

Our 2024 Community Leadership Program has launched.
We are excited to introduce you to the 2024 participants.

L-R in photo above:

* Will Kerr: Construction Engineer – Glenelg Shire Council: Sponsor – CFA
* Kim Ayling: Children’s Services Team Leader – Southern Grampians Shire Council
* Rhianna Burns: Executive Assistant – Department of Families, Fairness and Housing
* Mark Robson: Senior People and Culture Advisor – South West TAFE
* Ashleigh Pruys: Founder, Toolong Classroom: Sponsor – Community Bank Port Fairy & District
* Ryan Delony: Shift Manager – Qube Ports; Captain Portland Fire Brigade CFA: Sponsor CFA
* Barbara Moll: Leadership Program Manager – South West Healthcare
* Aylish Tobin-Salzman: Communications Coordinator – WestVic Dairy: Sponsor – Gardiner Foundation
* Rebecca Faris: Veterinarian – Warrnambool Veterinary (Apiam Animal Health): Sponsor – Gardiner Foundation
* Brit Watts: Young Peer Facilitator – Youth Affairs Council Victoria: Sponsor – Wannon Water
* Damien Mason: Self Employed Carpenter: Sponsor – The A.L. Lane Foundation
* Bec Campbell: Finance Co-ordinator – Glenelg Shire Council
* Tonia Wilcox: Warehouse Manager and Volunteer Coordinator – Western District Food Share: Sponsor – Felicity Melican and Gerard Barker
* Jarrod Woolley: Communication and Advocacy Coordinator – Moyne Shire Council
* Janine Marra: Administration Manager/EA to CEO – Port of Portland Victoria
* Sarah Bubb-Dempster: Procurement Coordinator – Warrnambool City Council


We are hiring


We are seeking a Program Administration Support Officer to join our team.

Location: South west Victoria

Tenure: Part-time (0.4FTE); Fixed term contract from February 2024 – December 2024

Salary: $25-$30/hour (commensurate with experience)

Role Overview:

This role offers flexibility with a 0.4FTE commitment, encompassing a blend of office-based work (in Warrnambool) and the convenience of working from home. We operate in a fast-paced, innovative environment where your exceptional administration skills will be pivotal in driving efficiency.

Key Responsibilities:

Collaborate within a small, dynamic team to support administration work for our Community Leadership Program and other initiatives.

Foster a community-focused approach, enhancing our well-regarded program offerings.

Drive administration efficiencies of the organisation in an innovative, fast-paced environment.

Utilise your enthusiastic administration prowess and people skills to excel in this role.


Highly desirable: Qualification and/or experience in administration and/or project management.

Demonstrated skills and knowledge in effective administration practices.

Well-developed oral and written communication skills and marketing skills.

Demonstrated skills and experience in supporting externally delivered programs.

Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with a diverse range of people.

Well established time management skills, setting priorities and planning and organising one’s own work to achieve specific and set objectives in the most efficient way possible.

Technical skills including, website editing, online platform management (e.g. Microsoft Teams and Dropbox), online surveys/polls, social media platforms, e-news, and Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).

Ability to manage a variety of tasks concurrently and troubleshoot issues.

Current Drivers license.

Current Police Check or willingness to obtain.


Opportunity to be a key player in an innovative and community-focused organisation.

Flexibility in working hours and the chance to contribute to a dynamic team.

Possibility of ongoing employment subject to funding.


Full role description can be obtained by contacting the Executive Officer: [email protected]

If you are enthusiastic about driving efficiency, contributing to a dynamic team, and making a difference in a community-focused environment, apply now!

We embrace diversity and are an equal opportunity employer.


Applications close: 19 February 2024.

How to apply:

If this role resonates with you and you have the necessary skills and experience, then we would like to hear from you.

To apply for the role, please click ‘Apply for this job’ and provide a copy of your current resume and cover letter that addresses the requirements as outlined above and in the position description.

NB: Applications will be reviewed as received and an appointment may be made prior to the closing date.


For further information contact:

Kate Roache – Executive Officer: [email protected]

Ph: 0408 627 066

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