The Association of Children’s Welfare Agencies (ACWA) is the NSW non-government peak body representing the voice of community organisations working with vulnerable children, young people and their families. ACWA operates within three main teams: policy, learning and development and administration. This role supports all of these teams.
This position operates within a friendly and supportive team, in an environment where there is frequent change, and sometimes, short timeframes and competing demands.
Director, Learning and Development
Training Services Manager
Webmaster – maintain and customise a WordPress website, including:
- Ownership of our web presence
- Creating and updating webpages
- Using Google Analytics to gather and report on website useage
- Troubleshooting issues
- Administer all web related accounts.
- Take ownership of the database to maintain integrity and function
- Liaise with external provider to maintain database
- Scripting changes and additions within the database system to customise for ACWA use.
- Providing Tier 1 support to staff
- Training staff in best practices
- Providing technical support to our training team.
Research and integrate new systems in consultation with IT Manager.
Contribute to other team tasks as required.
Selection Criteria: Qualifications, skills and/or experience required
Ability to take responsibility for the organisation’s web presence and all related tasks, including web design.
Ability or willingness to code.
Willingness to learn new programs.
Able to work with people from a range of backgrounds and technical skills.
Comprehensive understanding of key aspects of the internet.
Oversee a wide range of programs and have a broad understanding of their use:
- Proficient with Microsoft Office products
- Experience with InDesign, Photoshop and Premiere.
Fluency in Groovy.
Experience in using Moodle and OnCourse.
Familiarity with the not for profit or community welfare sector.
Terms and conditions of employment at ACWA/CCWT are outlined in the ACWA Guide, with minimum terms and conditions as per the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Award 2010 (SCHCADS).
Based in ACWA office, Haymarket, Sydney.
Flexible hours, working full time (35 hours per week). You will be expected to be in the office between 9am and 4pm most days as this is a staff support role.
Wage and entitlements
Wage will be negotiated. Entitlements include 9.5% superannuation, 17.5% leave loading and optional salary packaging.
Applications to be sent to Linda Watson: firstname.lastname@example.org by September 28.