Weave Youth and Community Services
Facilities CoordinatorPart time — 4 days per weekWork with a dynamic, well-respected NGO with 46 years experience providing place-based support alongside communities.Do you want to work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment where you can contribute to making a real difference?Be part of a diverse and passionate team in a flexible and supportive organisation.About Weave Youth & Community Services:Located on unceded Gadigal and Bidjigal Land, Weave Youth & Community Services is a place based community organisation that has been delivering a range of community programs and services developed with and for the community for 46 years.Weave’s purpose is to empower people to change their lives and healing is at the centre of our work.About the role:Weave is seeking a Facilities Coordinator to join the team, in a newly created part time position (4 days per week/28 hours per week).The successful candidate will be responsible for the effective and efficient functioning of day-to-day operations including maintenance, renovations/site upgrades, site and vendor management across all Weave sites and workplace health and safety. The role will also involve supporting initiatives to improve Weave’s existing systems and processes in collaboration with the Capacity Building and Quality Improvement Manager.The Facilities Coordinator will be located across all Weave sites including Weave HQ Waterloo, Weave Community Hub Woolloomooloo, Weave Women and Children’s Centre Waterloo, Weave’s space at Waterloo Library, Weave Kool Kids Site in Malabar.Remuneration:Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services (SCHCADS) Award Level 3 Paypoint 1-4 depending on qualifications and experience. Weave pays above the SCHCADS Award hourly rate. The current Weave hourly rates for Level 3 Paypoint 1-4 are $36.96 – $39.63Salary + super + leave loading + generous salary packagingFor further information regarding the role, please refer to the Position Description which can be viewed on our website: https://www.weave.org.au/facilities-coordinator/How to apply:Read the Position Description.Send us your up to date resume and a document responding to each of the selection criteria (listed below and in the Position description), and outlining how you meet them.*Please send these documents to Patricia Vasquez, HR Manager via email: [email protected]Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicants are strongly encouraged to applyTo be considered for the role, please answer the following selection criteria:1.Highly developed project management and organisational skills demonstrating attention to detail and the ability to complete multiple competing tasks to deadlines2.Demonstrated experience in the day to day management of site maintenance, logistics, operations management and administration3.Experience working in a not for profit community organisation environment is highly desirable4.Highly developed information management and administration skills5.Strong communication skills, both verbal and written and demonstrated interpersonal and relationship building skills6.Strong negotiation and conflict resolution skills7.Demonstrated strong problem solving skills and ability to come up with creative solutions8.Understanding of challenges facing Aboriginal young people, families and communities9.Common sense and an excellent sense of humour10.NSW Working with Children Check11.National Police Check12.Current unrestricted Driver’s Licence Applications will be reviewed when they are received. Interviews will be conducted until the position is filled, please apply as soon as possible.* Please Note: In order for us to properly assess your application, we require both your resume and the document addressing each of the selection criteria.