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AV runs primarily on a team of committed and enthusiastic volunteers, in conjunction with a small number of critical staff roles. Would you love to jump out of bed everyday knowing your role is critical to create connection and inclusion for Aspergers autistic individuals and their allies? Would you like to use your skills to empower our Aspergers autistic community with inclusive supports that change lives? Consider applying for one of our staff roles!

Available roles: 

Community Administration Manager- – 12 Month Full Time Fixed Term Contract

  • Do you have an interest in making a positive impact? 
  • A chance to contribute to our evolving community service organisation
  • Ensure the smooth delivery of services and programs to empower Aspergers autistic individuals and their allies
  • Are you an organized, reliable and skilled administrator?
  • Do you have lived experience with Aspergers or autism? 

Our Community Administration Manager supports our Peer Groups and Information / Help volunteer teams, manages our Interest Peer Groups, casual employees and provides the administration support to ensure our members and the wider Aspergers autistic community have opportunities to feel they belong, share stories, make friends, learn and find information and advice that empowers them to realise their own strengths, abilities, dreams and ambitions.

Working for a small, stable and purpose driven organisation is a breath of fresh air. Aspergers Victoria (AV) has a critical role in supporting, enabling and advocating for our Aspergers autistics community. We adopted a strengths-based approach across our diverse programs spanning Minecraft, Dungeons and Dragons, Dungeon Masters, Peer & Interest Groups, Coaching and Training and Employment Support. 

Your Opportunity

We are seeking a diligent administration manager to support our members and the wider Aspergers autistic community in accessing our programs and sourcing supportive information and advice.

Day to day you will:

·       Provide customer service to our members, doners, stakeholders and in relation to enquiries. 
·       Manage bookings, databases and general program coordination.  
·       Office management including processing invoices, payments and timesheets 
·       Supporting the preparation of grants and report writing.
·       Overseeing external communications (website, social media and newsletters)
·       Organising events and promotions.
  • This is a hands-on, diverse and detailed role that will suit a planned, methodical thinker who is able to prioritise, communicate and multi-task. 

    There are times when you will need to adapt and demonstrate some flexibility to ensure programs are delivered successfully. 

    To be successful in the role you will have:

·       3+ years’ experience administering programs.
·       Strong attention to detail.
·       Good Google Suite skills.
·       Experience working in a not for profit or membership organisation is preferred. 
·       Australian Work Rights.
·       Working With Children Check.
·       National Police Check Clearence.

Ideally you will have personal or lived experience, knowledge and understanding of Autistics, Aspergers, ASC or people on the spectrum.We are an inclusive and equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and identities, people who identify as LGBTIQ+ and people with a lived experience of disability. 

We also understand standard interview processes don’t always allow everyone to shine, so we are keen to just have a conversation and get to know you in the first instance.  If you’re not afraid to roll up your sleeves to get the job done, your style and experience enables you to coach and guide our Group Leaders, provide training and support to really make a difference to Aspergers autistics, their families and communities, this might be the role for you. For further details, please browse the position description. We are welcoming applications including a cover letter and CV via email to our our General Manager, Leslie.

We always have a range of volunteer positions available sometimes including Subcommittee or Board roles.

If you're interested in supporting our team to create change and a more inclusive work for our community through a volunteer role, please visit our volunteer page for more information.

Aspergers Victoria is committed to diversity and to equal opportunity employment. AV does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, colour, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, height, weight, physical or mental ability, veteran status, or marital status. This policy applies to hiring, training, opportunities for advancement, and terminations and applies to all Aspergers Victoria’s employees, volunteers, members, clients, and contractors. We are also a Child Safe organisation committed to child safety and wellbeing in all we do. 

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