Want more information? For a confidential discussion or other information, please contact Ashleigh Latimore, senior Early Childhood Services Manager of Ashleigh.Latimore@ywca-canberra.org.au YMCA Canberras current enterprise agreement, which just expired on June 30, 2019, and as you know, the current agreement has been verified by the Enterprise Agreement Bargaining Team… YMCA Canberra`s current enterprise agreement expired on June 30, 2019 and, as you know, the current agreement has been reviewed by the Enterprise Agreement Bargaining Team and is now ready to be distributed and voted on. We have an 8-day deadline from Friday, March 20, 2020 to Friday, March 27, 2020 (access period) for you to consider the agreement. After the end of the access period, we will vote on the agreement from Monday, March 30 at 9 a.m. to Tuesday, March 31 at 9 a.m. with your current email address and mobile phone number to get the voting link. Please click on the links below to access the agreement and the explanatory document. For any discussion or confidential information, please contact the Education and Training Unit Coordinator, Vicki Green, Vicki.Green@ywca-canberra.org.au, using the subject line: she leads a qualified trainer and an application for an instructor on EthicalJobs, or 02 6185 2025. Food for Futures is the YWCA Darwin Restoration and Social Conference Centre, run by Barbara James House and able to support the work of YWCA Darwin.
YWCA Canberra is proud to be an employer of choice for gender equality and offers generous bonus salaries and conditions through our innovative and advanced enterprise agreement. YWCA is a high-level, nationally important non-profit organization committed to providing innovative, quality services throughout the ACT and surrounding areas. This highly autonomous role will be forwarded to the education and training group coordinator and will use proven vocational training methods to help students implement the leadership and management degree. YWCA Canberra also marks important Aboriginal dates, such as NAIDOC Week and National Reconciliation Week, as part of our RAP commitments. You are an experienced «People and Capability Manager» who is a powerful leader in collaborative innovation, able to negotiate and influence with a wide range of people. They focus on innovation, creativity and finding solutions. The role is responsible for the participation of external consultants for personal courses and plays a supporting role for moderators inside and outside the classroom. These include administrative and logistical support, the organisation of guest speakers for the live roundtables and the preparation of training materials for teaching. Food for Futures offers nutritious meals to customers in the region and remote area who stay at the facility for cancer-related medical treatment.
We are looking for an energetic, enthusiastic, articulate, experienced and organized coach and assessor who is committed to an exceptional academic experience . . . As a Resource and Capacity Manager, you can take your skills to the next level and have a real influence within the organization. You will work on both the strategic and operational side of the business, including labour relations, WHS, human resources and capacity functions throughout the organization. The She Leads program includes Mastery of Leadership and Management, the She Leads Conference, the She Leads In-Conversation Series, the She Leads College Conference (for girls aged 11 and 12), the She Leads High Conference (for girls in the 9th and 10th) and she Leads workshops.