Careers with the Alannah & Madeline Foundation

The Alannah & Madeline Foundation is committed to employing passionate staff who bring a broad range of skills and experience to our cause.

We really do live our values of respect and valuing difference, inclusion, friendliness and caring in our workplace, and look for new employees who demonstrate them.

Current employment opportunities

Youth Worker – Cubby House

Reporting to the Cubby House Coordinator, the Youth Worker is responsible for the operation of the Cubby House at Children’s Court program. The role of the Youth Worker is to oversee children who visit the Cubby House: a safe waiting room for children who are in protective care of the Department Health and Human Services (DHHS). This role will be based across both the Broadmeadows and Melbourne Children’s Courts. Read the PD.


Program Operations Coordinator

Reporting to the Manager, Program Operations, the Program Operations Coordinator is a member of the Business Management Team and has accountability to support the delivery of the Foundations strategy across the Foundation including the delivery of the Operations business plan, the achievement of optimal service outcomes and agreed targets. Read the PD.

 

Business Operations Coordinator

Reporting to the Manager, Business Operations, the Business Operations Coordinator is a member of the Business Operations Team. The Business Operations Coordinator has accountability to support the delivery of the Operations strategy across the Foundation including the delivery of the Operations business plan, the achievement of optimal service outcomes and agreed targets. Read the PD.

 

 

Submit your application

To apply for an advertised position please submit your CV and cover letter addressing the requirements in the position description. Send your application to careers@amf.org.au and we will get back to you.

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