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Logistical Manager - Rozelle - # 9131

  • Location: Rozelle NSW
  • Category: Indigenous Australians
  • Type of work
    • Administration & Office Management
  • Suitable for
    • Skilled Volunteers
  • Duration

    Ongoing commitment

  • Time Required

    8-16 hours per week, Mon and Thurs, between 9am-5pm

  • Training

    On the job training

  • Requirements

    Advanced level of English literacy and oracy.

This role involves planning and organising care packs and toys to be sent to around 25 Indigenous preschools & schools across NSW. In 2017 over 1900 children were assisted and this year an additional mid-year delivery is underway.

You will be liaising with donors and keeping them informed of outcomes of their donations and also providing content for promotional materials/social network communications and providing occasional reporting of volunteering activities.

Responsibilities:
- Data gathering and analysis
- Logistics planning, management, evaluation and enhancement
- Liaison and management of existing Donated Good Program donors
- Identify opportunities for new Donated Goods Program donors/channels
- Gather storytelling elements (e.g. photos) to use in promotional material
- Evaluate the Donated Good Program and implement changes when necessary
- Awareness of Workplace Health and Safety requirements

Skills:
- Previous managerial or related work experience in a non-profit or charitable organisation
- Strong communication skills, which will be useful in creating handbooks, training manuals, and other program materials
- Strong analytical, leadership and planning skills
- Ability to multi-task and work under pressure in a fast-paced environment
- Strong computer skills and proficiency in word processing, database management and spreadsheet applications.
- Attention to detail and a clear understanding of the sector; commitment to the organisation; and ability to handle information confidentially
- Strong interpersonal skills and ability to deal with diverse types of people
- Excellent organisational, time management skills, and ability to cope with limited resources, seize opportunities and think creatively
- Good work ethics, a flexible and non-judgmental approach to people
- Ability to work effectively as part of a team and also take initiatives when the need arises

Drivers’ licence and car for occasional visits to donor/corporate organisations would be ideal.

Minimum age is 26 years

Benefits:
- Interesting place to work in and where your support is very valued.
- Great learning environment in a community organisation which brings together highly committed Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal professionals and experts in the field of psychiatry, psychology, social work, etc.



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