WA PCYC is calling for a dedicated and passionate person to take up the exciting and challenging full time role of Projects and Grants Officer
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The Federation of Western Australian Police and Community Youth Centres (Inc.) (WA PCYC) is calling for a dedicated and passionate person to take up the exciting and challenging full time role of Projects and Grants Officer.
Who We Are:
Established in 1941, WA PCYC has seven metropolitan centres and thirteen regional centres and a camp, all engaging and developing young people through intervention, diversion and recreation programs with our key partner, the WA Police Force.
The Projects and Grants Officer assists the Manager, Projects and Grants with the coordination of grants and projects. This challenging role includes assisting in grant/tender writing and tracking and acquitting processes to meet funder and legislative requirements. You will use your experience in sourcing potential grants/tenders to fund mid to long-term programs and initiatives at all centres.
Roles and Responsibilities:
Support the Manager, Projects and Grants in major projects, and carry out other project management duties as required, including the preparation of reports.
Research and identify grant opportunities to support programs and activities for WA PCYC centres. Monitor and track grants to ensure project milestones are met, and report progress to funders to ensure that grants are acquitted on time.
Maintain the Grants database in liaison with the Manager, Projects and Grants.
Develop and refine organisational procedures for the grants process, including the identification of key steps/components of successful grant applications.
Build relationships and networks with local, State and Federal government and non-government organisations, service providers, and businesses to source and acquit grants funding for WA PCYC.
Skills and Experience:
Relevant tertiary qualifications and/or significant related professional experience in Project Management, Grants or similar role (3-5 years).
Demonstrated research and analysis skills.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Demonstrated ability to use MS Word, Excel and Outlook.
Sound time management, organisational skills and ability to meet deadlines.
Knowledge of all levels of Government and ability to work effectively with community groups and other stakeholders.
Competitive remuneration package
Access to generous salary packaging arrangements
Access to exclusive discounts and vouchers from leading retailers
Access to discounted Corporate Health Insurance
Professional development opportunities
Flexible leave arrangements
Flexible working arrangements
How to Apply:
If you are interested in this position please submit your Cover Letter and Resume/CV by clicking "APPLY" below.
For further information please contact the People and Safety team at email@example.com or (08) 9277 4388
Applications Close COB 25 February 2020
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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