Digital Workplace Lead
- New role to support a dynamic and growing not-for-profit organisation
- Caring, supportive and professional organisation culture
- Attractive employee benefits: including salary packaging, leave loading and additional paid leave over Christmas/New Year
- Ongoing, Part Time | Location: Box Hill / Boronia
About the role
As a key member of the People and Shared Services team, the Digital Workplace Lead will support the delivery of ECLC’s digital workplace strategy, centred on employee experience, engagement and adoption.
As a champion of digital workplace productivity and collaboration tools, the role supports end-users in the training, adoption and use of key organisational platforms and software, in addition to holding responsibility for their oversight and maintenance. This includes a focus on overall change management and process improvement, as well as raising adoption and proficiencies of current and future workplace technologies.
In supporting the end-users and digital workplace platforms, this role will also provide basic frontline ICT support, and act as an agent between staff and external IT vendors for escalated support and assistance.
We are seeking an experienced and flexible person, with initiative and a proactive mindset.
As an organisation embracing the digital workplace, you will love all things technology that improves the quality of users’ interactions with technology in their work, and enhances the employee experience.
You will have the passion, patience and capability to promote adoption and user-level support, particularly when guiding others through a period of considerable change, and be committed to continuous improvement.
You will have supreme organisation skills, engage well with others, able to anticipate needs and effectively manage tasks and deadlines while maintaining a high degree of self-awareness, resilience and professionalism.
Specifically, you will have:
- Minimum 3 years’ experience in similar role, preferably within NFP/community sector, with a tertiary qualification (degree or post graduate) in a relevant discipline
- Understanding of the capabilities and role of the digital workplace in supporting organisational objectives
- Demonstrated experience in administrating Microsoft 365 and a variety of digital workplace platforms
- Demonstrated experience in providing professional, timely and effective ICT support
- Highly effective interpersonal skills with demonstrated experience in building and maintaining co-operative and productive working relationships with diverse stakeholders at all levels
- Excellent judgement in relation to problem-solving with a focus on developing solutions and the ability to innovate and adapt to change
- Experience training and supporting people in the use of technology, influencing behaviour, and leading change
This position is based at ECLC’s Boronia/Box Hill locations. However, due to the current restrictions in place in Victoria, this role includes an initial working from home arrangement. Working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, you will be expected to have exceptional communication and the ability to build positive relationships to support your role.
For more information: Application Pack – Digital Workplace Lead
If you want to contribute to the success of an organisation working towards a community that respects and upholds the values of human rights, fairness and justice, please apply by forwarding a:
- cover letter;
- CV; and
- responses to the key selection criteria contained in the position description;
by midnight on Sunday, 31 October 2021 to Susan Learner, Shared Services Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions please contact Susan on 0432 566 160.
Applications must clearly address the selection criteria. Applications that do not address the selection criteria will not be considered.
Fundraising and Philanthropy Lead
Join our team and use your excellent networking and partnership skills to identify and develop fundraising and philanthropic opportunities that align and support organisational strategic objectives.
- Initial 12 month contract
- Part-time (3 days)
- Box Hill location
- Attractive employee benefits including salary packaging, leave loading and additional paid leave over Christmas/New Year
About the role
As part of the Partnerships and Community Development team, the Fundraising and Philanthropy Lead will:
- Lead the development, implementation and co-ordination of an organisational Fundraising Strategy
- Establish and co-ordinate systems and processes relating to workplace giving, individual giving, bequests and general donations
- Build and maintain strategic and mutually beneficial relationships with new and existing partners, funders, donors and key stakeholders
You will have experience working in fundraising and philanthropy with or within the not-for-profit, community and/or legal sectors. You will be a passionate person, with the capacity to think and act strategically and exercise a high level of judgement.
You will be confident in the development and implementation of fundraising systems and platforms and be able to effectively manage tasks and deadlines while maintaining a high degree of self-awareness, resilience and professionalism.
Specifically, you will have:
- Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline
- Five or more years relevant experience across multiple fundraising and philanthropy streams
- Excellent donor relation skills. Including demonstrated ability to proactively acknowledge and engage donors and respond to donor queries
- Demonstrated ability to engage and liaise successfully with a diverse range of stakeholders in the community and government sectors at a senior level
For more information: Application Pack – Fundraising and Philanthropy Lead
Applications may be made by forwarding a cover letter, CV and responses to the key selection criteria (within the application pack) to Donna Askew, Director – Partnerships and Community Development at email@example.com.
If you have any questions regarding the role, please contact Donna on (03) 9957 2417.
Applications that do not address the selection criteria will not be considered.
Eastern Community Legal Centre welcomes candidates with experience of disability, and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and culturally diverse backgrounds to apply for positions.
Eastern Community Legal Centre has zero tolerance for child abuse and is committed to creating and maintaining a child safe organisation where protecting children and preventing and responding to child abuse is embedded in the everyday thinking and practice of all employees, contractors and volunteers.
Eastern Community Legal Centre is committed to supporting those within the workplace who are experiencing family violence and to create a workplace in which family violence has no place.
Eastern Community Legal Centre welcomes applications from current volunteers of the Centre. It is the position of Eastern Community Legal Centre however, that a person cannot be engaged as both a paid employee and a volunteer of the Centre. Please note that if successful in the recruitment process, any current volunteer would be unable to continue in their volunteering role for the duration of their engagement.
Eastern Community Legal Centre reserves the right not to make an appointment in a position.
ECLC employees are expected to comply with the ECLC Code of Conduct.
All terms and conditions of employment are contained in the ECLC Enterprise Agreement 2013-2016.