The Toward Home Alliance is committed to working collaboratively, transparently and passionately with clients, community and our partners. Comprising Baptist Care SA, Hutt St Centre, Lutheran Care, Aboriginal Family Support Services, Mission Australia, Sonder and The Salvation Army, we deliver early intervention, transitional and crisis supports across the inner city, Southern and Adelaide Hills regions. We know it takes a community to end homelessness, and every person and partner has a vital role to play.
And this is where you come in!
As our Adelaide Zero Project Manager, you will be skilled and experienced at working collaboratively to coordinate an end to rough sleeping homelessness in the inner city.
This leadership role will oversee the AZP backbone team, and entails significant engagement with stakeholders, ability to work across and drive systems integration and quality improvement, and capacity to use data to inform and advocate for practice and service system improvements.
It is a key strategic role and will involve significant engagement with the South Australian Alliance to End Homelessness (SAAEH), THA’s Alliance Management Team (AMT) as well as the wider South Australian community and other service systems including housing, health and justice. You will be a strong advocate for justice and have a demonstrated ability to drive continuous improvement activities. Further, you will enjoy leading by example, and your passion and ‘can do’ attitude will place you in good stead to drive outcomes.
Using your high-level communication skills, you’ll build strong, influential and productive relationships at all levels, with a diverse group of stakeholders.
This is a unique opportunity for job satisfaction tied to a full-time contract role. In addition to improving quality of life every day, your hard work, enthusiasm and commitment will be rewarded with the support of a passionate team.
You will require:
- A relevant tertiary qualification (a degree in relevant discipline) and/or relevant experience are essential, as is a full Drivers Licence and a reliable vehicle.
- Ability to lead, support and resource the strategic directions of the Adelaide Zero Project, the Toward Home Alliance and the South Australian Alliance to End Homelessness (SAAEH)
- Exemplary role modelling of building and sustaining relationships, as well as bringing people and communities together to unite and drive a common agenda towards ending homelessness.
- Drive systems change, including alignment with and integration with other systems, including health, corrections and housing as well as other systems such as NDIS and Aged Care
- Participate in South Australian Alliance to End Homelessness (SAAEH) strategic planning and implementation.
- Manage the AZP back-bone team – including seconded staff –
- Providing content expertise and technical assistance during national and community-based events, including coaching, webinars, training and development, presentations).
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) allows Public Benevolent Institutions (PBI), such as Lutheran Care, to offer special tax concessions. Through salary packaging, these concessions allow an employee to increase their take-home pay.
For any queries regarding this position, please contact Shaya Nettle, Alliance Senior Manager, Toward Home Alliance on ph: 0458 024 284 or [email protected]
All applications must include a Cover Letter and current Resume. Only applications submitted via Seek will be accepted.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a great team environment, within a progressive, customer-focused organisation.
The successful applicant will be required to undergo a National Criminal History Check, NDIS Workers Screening Check and an OCHRE Card (NT). You must hold a current and unrestricted Northern Territory Driver’s License and possess a registered roadworthy vehicle available for work use (employees reimbursed for work travel). In addition, the successful applicant will be required to provide evidence of COVID-19 vaccination or a medical exemption.
Lutheran Care is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion. We welcome candidates from all backgrounds and those from culturally diverse communities. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply.
Applications close Sunday Feb 19 2023 at 5.00pm