About the Role
The Work for the Dole (WFD) Supervisor is responsible for overseeing a Work for the Dole project which involves researching and creating articles for distribution to the local community. The next activity will involve designing brochures and pamphlets, coaching, training and mentoring customers in IT and graphic design while being focused around the creation of the community brochures and pamphlets. These projects will be based Campbelltown for 25 hours per week. This role is key to the development of our customers ensuring they gain the necessary skills and competencies required to enable future employment. You will encourage and promote job search activities to suitable roles whilst supervising the activity.
This role is being offered on a part time, fixed term basis to 7 August 2020. Working hours are Wednesday 8:30am-5pm, Thursday and Friday 8am-5pm.
What we're looking for
- Intermediate to advanced knowledge of Adobe Photoshop & Microsoft Office Suite including Publisher;
- Experience in design, producing newsletters and magazines/brochures;
- Strong administration skills;
- Exceptional attention to detail;
- High level communication skills;
- Cert IV in Training & Assessment (desired);
- Qualifications in Graphic Design or a related field (desired);
- Demonstrated experience in a training or mentoring capacity (desired); and
- Ability to type a minimum of 30 wpm.
Workskil Australia promotes a positive team culture where high performance can thrive. We value excellent customer service, integrity and honesty in our employees. If you have a genuine passion for working with those in need, an ability to meet individual targets and can contribute to a strong team then we'd love to hear from you.
In return for your truly valued contribution we will support your ongoing career development and offer a friendly, supportive & innovative environment for you to thrive.
Workskil Australia is a national not-for-profit and charitable organisation, with over 35 proud years of supporting Australians to achieve sustained economic and social self-reliance. We do this by providing a range of employment, work experience, disability, youth, Indigenous and community services across New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia and Victoria.
We work hard every day to:
- Meet the labour needs of business and industry through quality recruitment services at no cost.
- Assist businesses with diversifying their workforce.
- Provide specialist employment and community services to people seeking work, including people with mental illness, injury or disability and Indigenous Australians.
- Deliver work experience projects to the community.
- Our values remain at the heart of everything we do and strive to conduct our business with the highest degree of care, integrity, respect, honesty and service, while demonstrating teamwork and leading by example. We believe that the care, respect and high level of service we give to all of our customers is our key point of difference.
A competitive salary will be negotiated commensurate with skills and experience. As Workskil Australia is a public benevolent institution, we can also offer a portion of the salary through tax effective salary packaging.
Visit the careers page on www.workskil.com.au or via the Apply link below.
All applications must include a cover letter and resume combined together in one file as either a pdf or word document ready to upload. Please allow approximately 15 minutes to complete your application and psychometric assessment.
Prior to an offer of employment being made, candidates must provide authority for a Federal Police Clearance to disclose any criminal offences or charges.
Workskil Australia is an inclusive, equal opportunity employer. We particularly welcome applicants who identify as Indigenous, from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds or have a disability.
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