United Voice - Data Services Assistant (Maternity Leave Cover)

United Voice Victoria is a powerful member-led union driving change by growing union membership and density, growing the union rank and file leadership, growing the participation of members in the union, driving and enforcing standards in our sectors, and campaigning in the community and politics. Please note this is a contract position to cover maternity leave.

POSITION
Data Services Assistant (Maternity Leave Cover)

ABOUT UNITED VOICE
United Voice Victoria is a powerful member-led union driving change by growing union membership and density, growing the union rank and file leadership, growing the participation of members in the union, driving and enforcing standards in our sectors, and campaigning in the community and politics.
Please note this is a contract position to cover maternity leave.

WORK AREA – Member and Data Services
The Data Services Assistant’s role is to:
• Provide a range of administrative duties (including financial processing)
• Undertake daily reconciliation of member accounts
• Maintain accurate and up to date records
• Provide customer service to members
• Ensure that set targets are met daily

DATA SERVICES ASSISTANT (KEY SELECTION CRITERIA)
The Data Services Assistant demonstrates excellence in:
• Ability to work effectively in a team environment
• Exceptional customer service
• Experience working in a fast paced environment
• Experience in working with internal databases and excel
• Call centre experience a plus

TO APPLY
Send the completed application pro-forma attached to this job advertisement, along with your current CV, to Michelle Nelson, Member Data Services Manager at jobsforjustice@unitedvoice.org.au, with the subject line “Data Services Assistant”.

CLOSING DATE
Completed applications must be received by 5pm, Friday, 31st March 2017

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QNMU - Director, Business Services

The Queensland Nurses and Midwives' Union (QNMU) is the industrial and professional organisation for nurses and midwives working in public and private health and aged care in Queensland. The QNMU seeks to promote and defend the industrial, professional, social, political and democratic interests of over 54,000 members. We have over 150 employees including organisers, professionals and administrative personnel, and manage a multi-million dollar operating budget.

Director, Business Services

  • Permanent full-time position in a proud not for profit organisation
  • Be part of the Senior Leadership team
  • Great West End location with competitive salary & benefits

About the QNMU
The Queensland Nurses and Midwives' Union (QNMU) is the industrial and professional organisation for nurses and midwives working in public and private health and aged care in Queensland. The QNMU seeks to promote and defend the industrial, professional, social, political and democratic interests of over 54,000 members. We have over 150 employees including organisers, professionals and administrative personnel, and manage a multi-million dollar operating budget.

About the Role
Reporting to the QNMU Secretary, the core focus of the Director, Business Services role is to lead and coordinate the operation of the Business Services team in order to support the wider organisation engaged in the core work of the QNMU. In this role, you will partner with the Secretary and Assistant Secretary to provide strategic advice on matters across the full range of business services activities which includes Finance, IT, Membership, Office and Building Services, Records and Information Resources. You will provide professional guidance and support to members of the Business Services team and develop group strategic and operational plans to ensure the objectives of the organisation are well supported by the team.
You will also be a member of the senior leadership team of QNMU’s organisation, and contribute to the direction and priorities of the organisation, as well as assisting to develop plans and programs across all aspects of QNMU’s operations.

About You
Working with the relevant internal stakeholders and as part of a cohesive team, you will have a professional approach, with the confidence to roll up your sleeves and get the job done. To be successful in this role you will possess:

  • Nursing qualifications and experience as a nurse in health or aged care is preferred but not mandatory;
  • Tertiary qualifications in finance, accounting, or business management are essential;
  • Professional CPA or CA r is required and advanced qualifications in management would be well regarded;
  • In-depth knowledge of financial management including budgeting and cost control principles including accounting principles, automated financial, and accounting reporting systems, federal and state financial regulations;
  • High level ability to analyse financial, commercial and business performance data and prepare financial reports, statements and projections;
  • Extensive experience in strategic planning and execution and the development of systems to monitor organisational performance and the ability to work well with senior colleagues;
  • Experience in negotiating major contracts and asset purchases and commercial skills to ensure the best value for QNMU is attained;
  • Experience in change management, organisational development and workforce planning;
  • Demonstrated experience in harnessing technology to improve information and knowledge management and improving organisational effectiveness;
  • Advanced written and presentation skills;
  • Demonstrated commitment to trade unionism;
  • Demonstrated ability to work as a team member and take a collaborative approach to work;
  • Demonstrated ability to research, critically analyse, evaluate and reach sound conclusions and provide viable options; and
  • Proven ability to lead, inspire and manage staff in a collegiate and professional work environment

What we Offer
You will be joining a values driven union which advocates for nurses and midwives and for those in their care, offers challenging opportunities and a supportive team environment in addition to a variety of benefits, including:-

  • Attractive salary package including salary sacrifice options;
  • Work/life balance with flexible working arrangements including accrued days off;
  • Health and Wellness initiatives including vaccinations;
  • Access to a free, confidential counselling service through our EAP provider;
  • Generous leave entitlements; and
  • A commitment to professional development

How to Apply
If you would like to request an information pack or have any questions in relation to this vacancy, please either send an email to hr@qnu.org.au or refer to our QNU jobs page at the following link: http://www.qnu.org.au/QNU/About_Us_Members/QNU_jobs_Members/QNU/About_Us/QNU_jobs.aspx?hkey=78aba232-98d2-4e51-a22f-10600cbe50fa
To apply, email your resume and cover letter clearly addressing how your skills and experience meet the "About You" section outlined in the above advertisement to hr@qnu.org.au

All applications should be addressed to Julie Broszczak, Employee Relations Manager. For further information about the QNMU, head to our website www.qnu.org.au
Applications close 8am, Monday 3rd April 2017

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FSU - National Communications Officer (Coordinator and Production)

Are you social media savvy? Do you enjoy displaying your initiative and creativity? If yes, we have an exciting opportunity in our National Office, based in Sydney/Melbourne for a National Communications Officer (Coordinator and Production). Join an activist driven organisation using your ability to connect with a diverse range of people using effective communication techniques.

National Communications Officer (Coordinator and Production)

General Overview
Are you social media savvy?
Do you enjoy displaying your initiative and creativity?

If yes, we have an exciting opportunity in our National Office, based in Sydney/Melbourne for a National Communications Officer (Coordinator and Production). Join an activist driven organisation using your ability to connect with a diverse range of people using effective communication techniques.

The Finance Sector Union represents workers in one of the biggest and fastest growing industries in Australia. We organise workers across Australia’s banking, insurance, credit union and superannuation sectors. Our members fight for - and deliver improved working conditions - in an evolving industry. The National Communications Officer (Coordinator and Production) provides key support for the Union’s internal and external communications strategies by coordinating the creative design and timely distribution of communication materials across the union.

Working as part of a small and dynamic team, the National Communications Officer (Coordinator and Production) will report to the National Secretary and provide support and advice for editorial, layout and design of state and national publications. You will work closely with FSU Industrial, Campaigning and Organising staff - - to provide key support for the union’s internal and external communications needs.

The National Communications Officer (Coordinator and Production) will be responsible for coordinating the messaging and communications workload of the union to ensure that the communal workload is shared amongst the team.
You will maintain and manage the Union’s website and social media platforms as well as prepare and share media summary reports to FSU Industrial staff and elected officials.

You will be responsible for preparing and sharing regular reports on the effectiveness of the Union’s communication tools in order to better target the FSU’s communication strategy. The successful applicant will maintain distribution databases and understand segmentation and distribution strategies that will have the biggest impact on our target audience.

Selection Criteria
To be considered for this role you require:
1. Demonstrated knowledge in Graphic Design using Adobe InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop
2. Ability to use web based email software, CMS and basic html
3. Proven experience producing quality publications such as Annual Reports, e-newsletters and member based updates, flyers, posters, handouts and reports with corporate branding
4. A capacity to conceptualise visual representation based on verbal briefs
5. Well-developed organisational and time-management skills and the capacity to work consistently under pressure as part of a close team and independently to meet deadlines
6. Commitment to and enthusiasm for trade unionism and/or social justice

Desirable
1. Experience working with a member based organisation or NGO
2. An understanding of a union’s distribution processes
3. Website design, maintenance and marketing

Applications must address all of the above selection criteria and provide 3 recent examples of your work in your written application.

Salary
Full-time salary, grade 11.5 commencing from $86 088 depending on experience. The FSU also offers other excellent working conditions, including employer superannuation contributions of 15% and the option of monthly or fortnightly RDOs. The FSU is an equal opportunity employer. The role is a full-time position however we would consider part-time and flexible working arrangements for the right applicant. For further information, contact Angela Galati on 03 9261 5461 or email Angela.Galati@fsunion.org.au

Applications to Angela Galati
GPO Box 9893 Melbourne VIC 3001
Angela.Galati@fsunion.org.au

Closing date:

5pm Thursday 6 April 2017.

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FSU - National Communications Production Officer

Are you social media savy? Do you enjoy displaying your initiative and creativity? If yes, we have an exciting opportunity in our National Office, based in Sydney/Melbourne for a National Communications Production Officer. Join a driven organisation using your ability to connect with a diverse range of people through effective communication.

National Communications Production Officer

General Overview
Are you social media savy?
Do you enjoy displaying your initiative and creativity?

If yes, we have an exciting opportunity in our National Office, based in Sydney/Melbourne for a National Communications Production Officer. Join a driven organisation using your ability to connect with a diverse range of people through effective communication.

The Finance Sector Union represents one of the biggest and fastest growing industries in Australia, organising workers across the country’s bank, insurance, credit union and superannuation sectors. Our members fight for - and deliver improved working conditions - in an evolving industry.

The National Communications Production Officer provides key support for the Union’s internal and external communications strategies through creative design and timely distribution of communication materials.

Working as part of a small and dynamic team, the National Communications Production Officer will report to the National Communications Co-Ordinator and provide support and advice for editorial, layout and design of state and national publications. The National Communications Production Officer will work closely with FSU Industrial, Campaigning and Organising staff to provide key support for the union’s internal and external communications needs. They will also maintain and manage the Union’s website and social media platforms, including our Mobile Phone App. The successful applicant will maintain distribution databases and understand segmentation and distribution strategies that will have the biggest impact on our target audience.

Selection Criteria
To be considered for this role you require:
1. Demonstrated knowledge and use of InDesign using Adobe InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop
2. Ability to use web based email software, CMS and basic html
3. Proven experience producing quality publications such as Annual Reports, e-newsletters and member based updates, flyers, posters, handouts, reports with corporate branding
4. A capacity to conceptualise visual representation based on verbal briefs
5. Well-developed organisational and time-management skills and the capacity to work consistently under pressure as part of a close team and independently to meet deadlines
6. Commitment to and enthusiasm for trade unionism and/or social justice

Desirable
1. Experience working with a member based organisation or NGO
2. An understanding of a union’s distribution processes
3. Website design, maintenance and marketing

Applications must address all of the above selection criteria.

Salary
Full-time salary, commencing from $62,381 depending on experience. The FSU also offers other excellent working conditions, including employer superannuation contributions of 15% and the option of monthly or fortnightly RDOs. The FSU is an equal opportunity employer.

The role is a full-time position however we would consider part-time for the right applicant. For further information, contact Angela Galati on (03) 9261 5461 or email angela.galati@fsunion.org.au Applications to Angela Galati
Finance Sector Union GPO Box 9893 Melbourne VIC 3001
Email: angela.galati@fsunion.org.au

Closing date: 5.00pm Thursday, 6 April 2017

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United Voice Victoria - Industrial Officer

The Industrial Officer’s main focus is to grow union power by resolving collective disputes onsite with members and union leaders, assist members who have individual issues, and when necessary use industrial tools to enforce members’ rights and entitlements.

POSITION
Industrial Officer

ABOUT UNITED VOICE
United Voice Victoria is powerful member-led union driving change by growing union membership and density, growing the union rank and file leadership, growing the participation of members in the union, driving and enforcing standards in our sectors, and campaigning in the community and politics.

ROLE
The Industrial Officer’s main focus is to grow union power by resolving collective disputes onsite with members and union leaders, assist members who have individual issues, and when necessary use industrial tools to enforce members’ rights and entitlements.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS
• Build union power through the resolution of collective issues in our key industries and work places
• Providing advice to Union members and resolving individual issues
• Visit work sites and work with union leaders and members to resolve issues
• Active participation and contribution to team meetings
• Maintain a high standard of record keeping and reporting
• Meet targets set in conjunction with the Team Lead and Director.
• Maintain a high standard of correspondence, submissions, procedures and advocacy with employers, courts and tribunals

REPORTING
Lead Industrial Officer

CORE REQUIREMENTS
• Experience in one of the following: union, community, social justice, student or other activist, campaigns, volunteer work or a relevant social sciences, industrial relations, law or related degree
• Demonstrated ability in managing expectations around dispute resolution
• Demonstrated ability in using legislation, awards and agreements to enforce member’s rights and entitlements
• Has experience with advocacy
• Demonstrates excellent written and verbal communications skills and the ability to track, analyse and report

REMUNERATION
United Voice provides competitive pay and working conditions; a salary range of $77, 341 to $86,596, inclusive of motor vehicle allowance. The position also attracts 12% superannuation, 6 weeks annual leave, 25% leave loading, , and salary continuance insurance.

TO APPLY
Addressing the core requirements outlined in this job advertisement, outline why you would like to work with United Voice in this position and how your skills and qualifications make you the ideal candidate.
Please also include your CV and a covering letter addressed to Ben Redford, Assistant Secretary, with the Subject heading “Industrial Officer”.

Email: jobsforjustice@unitedvoice.org.au

CLOSING DATE
Completed applications must be received by 5pm, 31st March 2017.

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United Voice Victoria - Lead Industrial Officer

Our team’s main focus is to grow union power by resolving collective disputes onsite with members and union leaders, assist members who have individual issues, and when necessary use industrial tools to enforce members’ rights and entitlements.

POSITION
Lead Industrial Officer

ABOUT UNITED VOICE
United Voice Victoria is powerful member-led union driving change by growing union membership and density, growing the union rank and file leadership, growing the participation of members in the union, driving and enforcing standards in our sectors, and campaigning in the community and politics.

ROLE
Our team’s main focus is to grow union power by resolving collective disputes onsite with members and union leaders, assist members who have individual issues, and when necessary use industrial tools to enforce members’ rights and entitlements.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS
• Lead the industrial team in building union power through the resolution of collective issues in our key industries and work places
• Lead the team in providing advice to Union members and resolving individual issues
• Visit work sites and work with union leaders and members to resolve issues
• Preparing and running team meetings
• Ensuring a high standard of record keeping and reporting
• Ensure a high standard of correspondence, submissions, procedures and advocacy with employers, courts and tribunals
• Set the pace in the team by achieving excellent results, including achieving targets set with the Director
• Provide mentoring and coaching to team members
• Help improve workplace practices and systems

REPORTING
Assistant Secretary

CORE REQUIREMENTS
• Experience in one of the following: union, community, social justice, student or other activist, campaigns, volunteer work or a relevant social sciences, industrial relations, law or related degree
• Demonstrated ability in managing expectations around dispute resolution
• Demonstrated ability in using legislation, awards and agreements to enforce member’s rights and entitlements
• Has experience with advocacy: with employers; in Courts or Tribunals
• Demonstrates leadership: including setting the pace, providing feedback, managing and mentoring others
• Demonstrates excellent written and verbal communications skills and the ability to track, analyse and report
• Demonstrated ability to improve workplace practices and systems

REMUNERATION
United Voice provides competitive pay and working conditions; a salary range of $88.9K-$101.8K, commensurate with experience, inclusive of a motor vehicle allowance., The position also attracts 12% superannuation, 6 weeks annual leave, 25% leave loading, and salary continuance insurance.

TO APPLY
Addressing the core requirements outlined in this job advertisement, outline why you would like to work with United Voice in this position and how your skills and qualifications make you the ideal candidate.
Please also include your CV and a covering letter addressed to Ben Redford, Assistant Secretary, with the Subject heading “Lead Industrial Officer”.

Email: jobsforjustice@unitedvoice.org.au

CLOSING DATE
Completed applications must be received by 5pm, 31st March 2017

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