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Finance Officer

MHCC are seeking an experienced individual to join MHCC as a Finance Officer for a part-time position working part time hours over 3 or 4 days, with additional hours being required during peak times e.g. EOFY

Reporting to the CEO, the Finance Officer plays a crucial role in the management of finances and statutory financial requirements of MHCC.

As the successful applicant you will have previous experience in and be responsible for:

  • Accounting, completing month end reconciliations and preparing financial reports
  • Preparing budgets and forecasts
  • Payroll (Fortnightly)
  • Liaising with external auditors as required
  • Managing compliance requirements

If this sounds like you then apply today by sending your resume and a statement addressing the selection criteria below.

Key Selection Criteria

Essential

  • Qualifications in Accountancy or related discipline
  • High level skills and experience in MYOB, Excel and Word
  • Bookkeeping and financial management experience
  • Demonstrated ability to analyse and manage multiple budgets, monitor resource usage and performance
  • Demonstrated experience in supporting business plan development and monitoring
  • Knowledge of compliance and financial obligations for not-for-profit organisations
  • Payroll experience

Desirable

  • Knowledge and understanding of Australian tax law as it relates to small business and not-for-profit organisations including GST and FBT
  • Experience working within a not-for-profit, particularly with government funding
  • Experience in forecasting
  • Experience in providing financial support in a Learning and Development/ Training field.

Job benefit and perks

Remuneration packaging includes base salary of $70-$75k based on experience, plus super guarantee contribution, FBT salary packaging and entertainment benefits under our Public Benevolent Institution status available. MHCC offers a flexible working environment.

To Apply

Enquires and application including resume and cover letter addressing the Criteria outlined above are to be addressed to Erika Hewitt email recruitment@mhcc.org.au

We promote diversity and practice equity. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from different cultural backgrounds. LGTBQ people and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Applications close 5pm on Tuesday 9th January 2018 and must include a resume & statement addressing the selection criteria.

Applications that do not address selection criteria will not be considered.

Full Job Description available here


Training Administration and Compliance Team Leader

The Mental Health Coordinating Council (MHCC) is the Peak body for organisations providing community mental health services throughout NSW. MHCC Learning & Development (LD) is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) delivering mental health and management training along with professional development, to workers within the community mental health and human services sector.

Start 2018 with a new role at MHCC. We are seeking a self-motivated individual to provide coordination of training administration and compliance services to RTO standards, including oversight of high quality training and administration staff. We are looking for someone with excellent oral and written communication skills; the ability to 'think on their feet and outside the box'; multi-task priorities and someone who is an innovative thinker, with experience guiding and motivating others.

If this sounds like you then apply today by sending your resume and a statement addressing the selection criteria below.

Key Selection Criteria

Essential

  • Experience working within a registered training organisation and supervising staff
  • Demonstrated understanding of RTO compliance requirements
  • Experience with Smart and Skilled funding, traineeships and other funding sources
  • Experience with all RTO Compliance reporting requirements
  • Experience using a Student Management System
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including in the areas of reports, complaints handling and negotiation
  • Willingness to travel within NSW and interstate if required

Desirable

  • Experience managing student placements
  • Understanding of current industry and policy directions in mental health and/or human services
  • Experience in Project Management
  • Current Drivers Licence
  • Certificate IV in Training & Assessment

Job benefit and perks

Remuneration packaging includes base salary of $70-$75k based on experience, plus super guarantee contribution, FBT salary packaging and entertainment benefits under our Public Benevolent Institution status available. MHCC offers a flexible working environment.

To Apply

Enquires and application including resume and cover letter addressing the Criteria outlined above are to be addressed to Erika Hewitt email recruitment@mhcc.org.au

We promote diversity and practice equity. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from different cultural backgrounds. LGTBQ people and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Applications close 5pm on Wednesday 17th January 2018 and must include a resume & statement addressing the selection criteria.

Applications that do not address selection criteria will not be considered.

Full Job Description available here


Student Support Administration Assistant

The Mental Health Coordinating Council (MHCC) is the Peak body for organisations providing community mental health services throughout NSW. MHCC Learning & Development (LD) is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) delivering mental health and management training along with professional development, to workers within the community mental health and human services sector.

The Student Support Administration Assistant position has recently become available in the LD Team and is initially offered as a 12 month contract, with the possibility of extension. Working within the LD Administration team your will oversee allocated qualifications and courses and provide support to students from Enrolment through to Completion. The position is also responsible for maintaining administrative processes within the Registered Training Organisation (RTO) arm of MHCC.

The position requires a self-motivated person with a high level of attention to detail, who is solutions focused and thrives in a dynamic environment. A willingness to learn about RTO compliance and different funding streams (such as Smart and Skilled) is essential for success in this role.

As the Student Support Administration Assistant, you will be responsible for:

  • General reception duties within the LD
  • Preparation, packing and couriering training materials
  • Data entry of training database to ensure currency and accuracy
  • Maintaining administrative processes to meet our compliance needs
  • Providing support to students

The successful applicant will have excellent oral and written communication skills, a proactive and positive attitude, and initiative. Enthusiasm is valued as much as experience.

If this sounds like you then apply today by sending your resume and a statement addressing the selection criteria below.

Key Selection Criteria

  • Administration experience
  • Attention to detail and capacity to maintain a high level of accuracy
  • Enthusiasm and positive can-do attitude
  • Good teamwork and people skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Experience in Student support or customer service
  • Well developed computer skills in a Windows environment including experience with Microsoft Office
  • Current driver's licence
  • An interest in working in the not-for-profit or community services sector
  • Experience in an RTO environment and an understanding of Training Packages is desirable but a willingness to learn is essential

Job benefit and perks

Remuneration packaging includes base full time equivalent salary of $50,000 - $52,000 per annum negotiable based on experience, plus super guarantee contribution, FBT salary packaging and entertainment benefits under our Public Benevolent Institution status. MHCC offers flexible working conditions.

To Apply

Enquires and application including resume and cover letter addressing the Criteria outlined above are to be addressed to Erika Hewitt email recruitment@mhcc.org.au

We promote diversity and practice equity. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from different cultural backgrounds. LGTBQ people and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Applications close 5pm on Wednesday 10th January 2018 and must include a resume & statement addressing the selection criteria. Applications that do not address selection criteria will not be considered.

Full Job Description available here 


Mental Health Trainer

About the role
MHCC is seeking to expand its pool of casual mental health trainers to deliver professional development training. We are looking for people who have current Mental Health industry and training experience, as well as knowledge and understanding of Recovery Oriented and Trauma Informed Care approaches. If this sounds like you please apply by sending your resume and a statement addressing the key selection criteria provided below.

Key Selection Criteria
Essential

  • Experience training in a mental health setting
  • Current industry work experience in the Mental Health sector
  • Demonstrated commitment to maintaining professional and industry currency
  • Current NSW drivers licence and willingness to travel within NSW and interstate as required

Desirable

  • Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment (TAE40110)
  • Knowledge and experience in at least one of the below areas:
    • NDIS
    • Supported Decision Making
    • Cognitive Functioning
    • Trauma Informed Care and Practice
  • Demonstrated experience in development and review of training materials


To Apply

Enquires and application including resume and cover letter addressing the Criteria outlined above are to be addressed to Erika Hewitt email recruitment@mhcc.org.au

We promote diversity and practice equity. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from different cultural backgrounds. LGTBQ people and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Full Job Description available here





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If this sounds like you then apply today by sending your resume and a statement addressing the selection criteria below.