Please find a list below of all current vacancies available with Collective Shout.
1) Treasurer and Board Member
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- Approx. four hours per week
- One two hour skype per month with board
- Please note: this is a volunteer position
- All applications are confidential
- The Board reserves the right to accept or decline applications
- All Board members are required to complete a national police check
To apply please send your resume and a cover letter to Collective Shout at team[@]collectiveshout.org
2) Two State Volunteer Co-ordinators. (one position in Western Australia & one position in New South Wales):
- Please note: both of these positions are volunteer positions
The fundamental purpose of these positions is to engage willing volunteers in activities which further the work of Collective Shout. These roles are front line positions and require that you have extensive knowledge of the ethos, work and goals of Collective Shout.
Coordination of 2 volunteer teams in your state (public advocates and event supporters)
Ensure compliance with CS Volunteer HR policies and ensure all volunteers are aware of each policy and any rights/responsibilities they have personally
Provide resources needed for volunteers, and assist in the implementation of volunteer training program
Utilise the Collective Shout project management website (Asana) to ensure all volunteer interactions are recorded and their activities coordinated centrally
Provide weekly reports to the Volunteer Coordinator Manager on all volunteer activities.
Represent CS in public forums as required
Familiar with the brand values, ethos and goals of CS
Powerpoint (or similar) / Email / Google Drive.
History and current campaigns of CS.
Familiarity with HR laws relevant to volunteers in each state (training provided)
Strong communication skills written and verbal
High level interpersonal and organisational skills
Experience in developing successful relationships and motivating volunteers
Time management, self-starter, able to work independently with minimal supervision.
Strong administrative skills with good attention to detail to maintain CS database and provide internal report backs.
Required Experience and Training:
Must have been an active supporter of CS for more than 1 year.
You will be a direct report of the National Volunteer Manager. A weekly summary of activity is to be provided to your manager either via weekly team meetings on in written form in our project management system.
All Collective Shout staff are expected to have:
Ethics – Strong personal and socially oriented ethical outlook, and be continuously developing awareness of their influence of their values and behaviours on others.
Personal & Social Capability – Developed empathy to understand themselves and others, responsible decision making and leadership skills.
Critical Thinking – independently evaluate concepts, messages and opportunities, clarify concepts and problem solve in an effective manner.
To apply please send your resume and a cover letter to Collective Shout at angela[@]collectiveshout.org