This exciting and challenging role suits an experienced and dedicated professional with a strong track record of success!
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Community Services & Development
The Federation of Western Australian Police and Community Youth Centres (Inc.) (WA PCYC) is looking for a dedicated and passionate individual to take up the exciting and challenging role of Centre Manager at Roebourne PCYC on a full-time basis.
Who We Are:
Established in 1941, WA PCYC engages Western Australian youth in activities and programs to create healthier, happier and safer communities. With over 50 PCYC Centres and Blue Light Units throughout the state, as well as one camp facility, PCYC is a leader in the communities it serves. By engaging youth, we change peoples’ lives and help build leaders. We are a dedicated team who value our people and the important roles they play. We also place high value on our brand, ensuring we build a positive and wide-ranging perception about our activities, programs and who we are.
The Centre Manager is responsible for the economical and efficient day-to-day running of the business including service delivery, marketing, administrative services, and systems compliance aligned to Strategic Priorities. This multi-disciplinary position also supports the centre by coordinating systems, policies and procedures which comply with government/funding agency requirements, including reporting and compliance with contractual and/or funding obligations. The Centre Manager exercises substantial independent initiative and judgment over day-to-day operations, with significant accountability to ensure adherence to organisational procedures and standards by all centre employees/activities, and the achievement of operational plans and budgets. This position is empowered to develop innovative youth development programs with WA Police Officers, and be entrepreneurial in their approaches to fundraising and sponsorship opportunities, income activities and attracting volunteers.
Roles and Responsibilities:
Effectively supervise staff, contractors and volunteers in accordance with policies and procedures.
Actively works towards achieving outcomes as indicated in the PCYC Strategic and Business Plans by developing and continuously monitoring and evaluating a Centre Action Plan
Preparing, monitoring and reporting of budget (actual versus forecast, and variances) to Head Office
Identify grant and other funding opportunities for grant/tender submissions in liaison with and supported by Head Office
Develop youth develop programs in collaboration with WA Police that contribute to both organization outcomes relating to youth crime management with Head Office support
Developing innovative services and programs to grow centre activities to fit with the needs of WA Police, community profile, operating environment and membership
Maintain engaging and collaborative working relationships with staff, WA Police Youth Officer, volunteers, organisation and community representatives to further WA PCYC and WA Police outcomes
Applies and promotes the principles of equity, diversity, occupational safety and health in the workplace and behaves and manages staff in accordance with relevant standards, values and policies
Skills & Experience:
Possession of qualifications in Youth Work, Business and / or Sport and Leisure Management.
Excellent capacity to develop new business opportunities, partnerships and strategic relationships
Significant financial management experience, demonstrating proven business and financial skills
Experience and/or strong understanding of grants/tenders
Experience working with young people
Proven people management skills
Strong project and program management skills
Excellent written communication skills, and attention to detail
Attractive remuneration with access to generous salary packaging arrangements
Access to discounted Corporate Health Insurance
Professional development opportunities
Flexible working arrangements
Flexible leave arrangements
How to Apply: If you are interested in this position please click "APPLY" below. For further information please contact the HR team at firstname.lastname@example.org or (08) 9277 4388 Applications Close COB 22 May 2019 We are not accepting agency applications at this time. WA PCYC reserves the right to close applications early should a suitable candidate be found prior.
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