- Part-time role - 4 days per week, immediately available – some flexibility to work from home and an office location in the CBD
- Join a not-for-profit organisation, Community Mental Health Australia to coordinate the delivery of the innovative and nationally focused Assisting Communities through Direct Connection (ACDC) Project
- Permanent opportunity, contracted until 30 November 2022
CMHA is a coalition of eight peak community mental health organisations from each State and Territory, established to provide leadership and direction to promote the importance and benefits of community mental health and recovery services across Australia.
The primary goals of CMHA are to build a viable and sustainable community managed mental health sector and to promote the value and outcomes delivered by community managed mental health services based on a philosophy of recovery and social inclusion.
The ACDC Project is a community initiative, with CMHA building innovative ways to increase the independence, social and community participation of people who live with a psychosocial disability who are not accessing services. This is a pilot project that will be trialled in all Australian states and territories, and will include partnerships, training and safe door to door services and resources.
The Role & Responsibilities
You will report into the Project Manager and CEO, and provide the day-to-day schedules, and operational meetings of the ACDC project with administration in a timely manner.
- You will prepare agendas, confirm attendance, minute-take and distribute action items in an accurate and timely manner for a variety of meetings involving both internal and external stakeholders at varying levels
- Provide support with general administration, including organising electronic file systems, monthly financial reconciliations, data entry, and travel arrangements,
- Assis with tasks relating to the budget and other data entry, payroll, reimbursements, order of supplies/resources as required
- Assist with the development of a wide range of communication materials, including printed materials, websites, social media content, and reports and newsletters
- Develop and maintain effective relationships with colleagues, and external stakeholders in support of the ACDC Project
You will have a can-do and positive attitude and be comfortable adapting in a changing environment.
- Previous administrative experience, as well as end-to-end meeting coordination support or secretariat experience
- Excellent written and verbal communication, and advanced skills in Microsoft Office suite
- Qualifications in administration, communications or related fields (an equivalent level of knowledge gained through any combination of education, training and experience will be considered)
- Possess a high-level of professionalism, sensitivity, and confidentiality
- Excellent relationship building and interpersonal skills, be able to build positive and ongoing relationships with internal and external stakeholders at all levels
- A passion/understanding of the area of mental health and supporting people with a lived experience of mental distress
How to apply
If you are interested, please apply now via the APPLY button, with a one-page written cover letter addressing the essential criteria and your interest in the role.
There is no closing date for this role, all applications will be reviewed immediately as they are received. Beaumont People has been contracted to recruit this role on behalf of Community Mental Health Australia, therefore all queries must be directed to Diana Linde - email@example.com at Beaumont People.
Community Mental Health Australia is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and welcomes applications from people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds.