About the role
The duties and responsibilities of the Manager, Leadership Programs are, but not limited to:
1. Develop and deliver the ARLF’s Leadership Programs by completing the following key duties and responsibilities:
a) Program design and delivery including a key facilitation role in all aspects of the program by providing mentorship and supervision to sessional facilitators on their role and approach.
b) Manage relationships with program contributors with the Program Coordinator, session presenters and contractors to provide session briefs and post program follow up
c) Manage the resources and associated budgets in conjunction with the Program Coordinator within quality and budget parameters.
d) Liaise with program participants and support services to ensure the high-quality delivery of the ARLP this includes participant correspondence
e) Monitor and support participant engagement and welfare, referring when necessary.
f) Coordinate and engage ARLF alumni with the with the Program Coordinator and Partnerships Team in program activities and initiatives.
g) Work with the Director Leadership Programs to evaluate and report on program evaluation, and other initiatives including risk.
h) Maintain records including the Foundation’s E-tapestry database and email correspondence as well as preparing communications and reporting as required.
2. In collaboration with the Director Leadership Programs and other Foundation staff, develop, review and implement program and initiative approaches that reflect the:
a) Foundation’s values, leadership philosophy, curriculum and syllabus.
b) Culture, values and traditions of Indigenous Australia.
3. Work as a member of the Foundation team to assist and support other staff as required and work with Foundation partners, alumni, fellows and other key stakeholders to support role and aims of the organisation.
About the organisation
The Australian Rural Leadership Foundation (ARLF) is a company limited by guarantee and is endorsed as a deductible gift recipient (DGR). The Australian Rural Leadership Foundation was established in 1992 based on the premise that developing leaders in rural, regional and remote Australia could influence change across organisations, industries, and rural communities in general.
The ARLF exists to develop leaders for rural, regional and remote Australia and who can play a role in the AsiaPacific region. As such, we see our footprint and role increasing in our region and will actively pursue opportunities as they arise and support our leadership philosophy. The ARLF supports the development of leaders for the greater good – no matter where they live or work. The Foundation takes an ethical approach, challenges assumptions and seeks to respectfully influence positive change.
How to apply
Applications not allowed for this job listing.
Please quote in application: Manager – Leadership Programs via Pro Bono Australia.