About the role
The Board of Central Coast Community Council (CCCC) are seeking an Executive Regional Development Officer (EO) whose key strengths are managing networks, strategic planning, project development, grant applications and advocacy.
The EO will primarily be responsible for growing the organisation’s impact through a positive culture and strong leadership. They will facilitate effective service delivery, grow our community advocacy services and impact more people.
The EO is responsible for organisational oversight, ensuring compliance with the law generally and specifically in relation to our funding agreements. The EO works with the Board to develop the organisations strategic direction, prepares budgets and monthly financial reports, and attends to human resources and marketing functions.
The RDO position relates to specific FACS-funded outcomes. The role is permanent part-time, currently equivalent to 8 days per fortnight.
You will be someone who maintains the board’s confidence, values change, possesses highly skilled written and verbal communication styles, builds strong rapport with agency bodies and is proficient with the use of business technology and engages actively in networking and outreach.
You will have at least five years’ experience in a community sector role working with a board, with demonstrated understanding of the Central Coast and its community organisations. You will be adept at problem solving through board discussions and can write clear and concise reports including financial information.
You will understand project management, business development and marketing principles, especially representing the organisation and branding.
About the organisation
The CCCC is the peak body for Not-For-Profit organisations on the Central Coast, representing our region in both State and Federal forums. Funded by the NSW Government to strengthen and support community sector organisations through sharing knowledge, developing skills and forming partnerships among like-minded stakeholders.
Its primary functions are:
- Participate in consultation processes which contribute to planning, social policy and service delivery.
- Participate in key interagency groups throughout the region, sharing information, identifying issues and using that information to inform our advocacy and project work.
- Contribute to the development of resources for use in the sector.
- Co-ordinate and deliver professional learning and skills development opportunities for community organisations.
How to apply for this role
Applications not allowed for this job listing.
Please quote in application: Executive Officer – Regional Communities Development via Pro Bono Australia.