About the role
Aunties and Uncles Queensland is an early intervention and prevention program helping vulnerable and socially isolated children aged 2-11 years, within the greater Brisbane and Gold Coast areas.
We are looking for a highly motivated Links committee director to join our board.
About the Role
Aunties and Uncles Queensland is an early intervention and prevention program helping vulnerable and socially isolated children aged 1-12 years, within the greater Brisbane and Gold Coast areas.
The Aunties and Uncles program delivers practical support to referred families by linking children with a volunteer aunt and/or uncle, who fulfils the role of a positive mentor in the child’s life through the provision of a stable, nurturing and caring relationship over a minimum of 12 months.
Contribute specialist advice and draw on considerable relevant experience and expertise to ensure the program continues to improve in line with contemporary practice and in the best interests of program stakeholders.
Chair monthly meetings attended by program coordinators (employees of Aunties and Uncles) and otherwise engage with Coordinators and program stakeholders to oversee the operational delivery of the program’s core services, in particular the following key areas of work – Sourcing and assessing prospective Aunties and Uncles; Sourcing and assessing the needs of children and families; Linking children with Aunties and Uncles; Supporting, educating and issues resolution to promote ongoing, meaningful mentoring relationships.
Oversight responsibilities include the following activities –
Act as a conduit between the board and the Coordinators ensuring the flow of two-way communication which assists the Board to remain connected with the issues and opportunities associated with program delivery, while communicating the board’s vision and key decisions to the Coordinators.
Oversee the development and review of program resources including policies, guidelines and education programs.
Promote continuous improvement of the program and make recommendations to achieve program reform.
Provide support, encouragement and mentoring for program coordinators.
In consultation with the Chair of the Board, lead the resolution of significant or high risk issues relating to particular links.
Oversee the professional development and performance management of Coordinators.
About the organisation
How to apply for this role
Applications not allowed for this volunteering opportunity.
Please quote in application: Links Committee Director via Pro Bono Australia.