0.8FTE, Based in Warrnambool.
Attractive salary & conditions
Who we are: We are an independent, not-for-profit feminist organisation committed to intersectionality, gender equality and great practice health promotion that leads to positive change. Our current priorities include the prevention of violence against women before it occurs, improving women’s sexual and reproductive health and advancing gender equality. We collaborate: providing our partners with advice, training and resources to progress equality between women and men. We are part of a network of women’s health services across the state undertaking this critical work.
Our team members are spirited, competent and highly enthusiastic women who are deep thinkers; with a commitment to social justice and creating lasting change in our society.
Who you are: You will have a Bachelor of Commerce/Accounting/Business and at least five years of relevant post-qualification experience. You will model organisational excellence in your responsibility for the strategic and operational functions of finances, human resources, quality and risk, and facilities management for WHWBSW. You will collaborate with the whole team to ensure we are a thriving, influential and sustainable organisation; undertaking this critical leadership role in a way that ensures WHWBSW operations align with its Strategic Plan, Vision and Values while upholding all relevant legislative compliance. You will bring your great communication and organisational skills, along with a can-do approach and positive attitude to our vibrant team.
What we offer: This role is 0.8FTE (30.6 hours per week), Pay range: $89, 813.88 - $93, 566.72 for full time equivalent (based on skills and qualifications) full salary packaging plus 12% superannuation, a great working environment in a central Warrnambool location – in a city by the sea. Full details in the Position Description.
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for Position Description and Key Selection Criteria
How to apply: Please forward your resume, cover letter (please note how you heard about this position) and response to each of the Key Selection Criteria to Emma Mahony, CEO, via email: *******@womenshealthbsw.org.au using the subject line: Business Manager Application.
Please direct all enquiries to Emma Mahony on 0455 944 ***.
There will be two rounds of interviews on Tuesday, March 17 and Thursday, March 19.
Applications close Monday, March 2, 2020.