- A world first, global initiative for women in STEMM
- Join an initiative that has gone from concept to global phenomenon in six years
- Collaborate with the CEO and get involved in operations and project management
There are not many truly special organisations in the world. This is absolutely one of them. Check it out.
About Homeward Bound
Homeward Bound is a ground-breaking, global leadership initiative set against the backdrop of Antarctica, which aims to heighten the influence and impact of women in making decisions that shape our planet.
Since its inception, Homeward Bound has exploded, affecting the lives of thousands of women and reaching the awareness of hundreds of millions of people worldwide. It has attracted sponsorship from some of Australia’s most iconic brands and is featured in media and news outlets including The NY Times, Forbes, BBC, ABC, Channel 10 and much, much more.
Now an opportunity has become available to work with a newly appointed CEO, helping to ensure operational activities are delivered well, relevant stakeholders are kept informed, and the programme delivery team is supported.
In this role, you can expect to:
- Provide Executive Assistant support to the CEO
- Coordinate and support the Homeward Bound Operations Team, including weekly WIP meetings, key milestones and deliverables.
- Ensure a collaborative working relationship with members of crucial Homeward Bound teams and stakeholders.
- Manage key strategic projects and working groups as required.
- Support the program delivery team to do their job well, ensure appropriate delegation of tasks, and resolve any operational obstacles.
- Management of project management platforms, methods and processes, and internal capabilities to ensure high quality program delivery.
- Ensure all corporate reporting requirements (including, but not limited to, ACNC, ATO, Workcover, superannuation) are met fully and on time.
- In conjunction with the CEO, manage annual organisational budgets and project budgets, including tracking expenditure against budget.
- Manage an external bookkeeper
To be suitable for this role, you would need some, but not all, of the following:
- Solid business skills, including financial reporting and governance
- Experience in managing projects and teams come up with a demonstrated ability to plan and prioritise
- Demonstrated ability to collate and synthesise data for reporting
- Understanding of and commitment to improving the challenges facing women in leadership
- Experience working in a not for profit or social enterprise environment is a plus
- 4-month contract with the high possibility of extension
- Salary: $80,000 pa pr, fulltime (negotiable) + superannuation (10%)
- Potential for the role to be four days per week, rather than full time if desired
- Flexible working hours are offered.
If this sounds compelling and you’d like to learn more, get in touch with Tasman @ Kacha.com.au using the subject line: Operations and Project Manager enquiry via EthicalJobs or click apply now.