“We need a Coordinator for The Rotary Sail into Life
Accessible Sailing and Fishing program”
Rotary Sail into Life is an accessible program for people with disabilities that operates from Koombana Bay Sailing Club in Bunbury. We are looking for the right person to take on this challenging but rewarding role. The person would ideally have an interest in sailing and fishing, enjoy working with people with disabilities and be able to lead a team of volunteers.
Part- time / seasonal position
6 hours per week May to September
18 hours per week October to April
We are looking for someone who can
- Recruit, induct and train volunteers
- Provide presentations, marketing and program promotion
- Write grants and source funding opportunities
- Work with people with disabilities, their families and support workers
- Maintain and upkeep equipment and assets.
- Ensure a supported, safe and fun on-water experience for all participants.
- Work a minimum 15 hours per week
What you essentially need
- NDIS screening clearance and Working With Children’s check.
- Experience in the disability/community sector.
- NDIS Worker Orientation Certificate
- Senior First Aid Certificate
What you desirably need
- Sailing experience
- Cert IV training and assessment
- Recreational Skippers Ticket
To apply for this position, email your resume and a covering letter highlighting your experience to: Rotary Sail Into Life at email@example.com [link removed]
Due to the urgent requirement to fill the position, Enable reserves the right to withdraw this advertisement without notice
- Do you have a current Working With Children (WWC) Check?
- Which of the following First Aid accreditations do you currently hold?
- Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
- How many years' experience do you have as a program coordinator?
- Do you have a current Australian driver's licence?
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