- Job posted on: 16th Jul 2021
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Blind Citizens Australia is the national representative organisation of Australians who are blind or vision impaired. Our mission is to achieve equity and equality by our empowerment, by promoting positive community attitudes, and by striving for high quality and accessible services which meet our needs.
We are a small but geographically diverse team working closely to achieve our mission. We thrive on communication, innovation, collaboration and making a difference in the lives of our members. We are a workforce made of 75% of people with disability, you will need to be comfortable working with, for and in partnership with all staff and stakeholders who are blind or vision impaired.
We enjoy supporting each other, making things happen and offer a diverse working experience.
Projects are your thing; you thrive on coming up with ideas and making them happen. You understand how to identify gaps and create opportunities that meet the need. Tight timeframes don't bother you; they motivate you and you relish in meeting them.
While you're someone who can just get in there and get the job done, you're also a leader; you know how to support the people around you, to work with their strengths and bring their best to the forefront. You also love to collaborate, to share your ideas and incorporate the ideas of others to ensure that the ideas you come up with are the best they could possibly be.
This is a 12-month, full time contract.
You will be developing and managing the delivery of Blind Citizens Australia's "Eye to the Future 2.0" project, a 12-month project that focusses on increasing employment opportunities for people who are blind or vision impaired through changing the perspectives of employers, recruiters and HR professionals.
Manage all aspects of project development, administration and records management including supervision of staff.
Manage the monitoring and reporting requirements for projects including data management and project evaluations.
You will work autonomously and make key decisions about the project. And be involved in the recruitment for the roles within the project.
You will be leading a small team of up to 5 other staff.
For more information contact Sally Aurisch on 1800 033 660.