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Opportunities in Disaster Recovery

Anglicare’s Disaster Recovery program relies on volunteers. By attending a free one day training course you can register to be part of your local team. Volunteers are only called on when our assistance is required in helping to look after disaster victims in an evacuation centre, or other associated activities. Volunteers must be over 18, be reasonably fit and well, prepared to undergo a police check and Working with Children Check, display good common sense and have a heart for helping their community. Around four training courses are offered each year in different parts of the diocese. Reimbursement of travel costs is available for those travelling to attend an out of area training day. Once registered as a Disaster Recovery volunteer subsequent opportunities for attending exercise days or joint training with our Community Partners may become available. There is no cost for training or uniform and resources required when activated. Find out where your closest training opportunity might be scheduled by checking our  website or contacting the Regional Disaster Recovery Coordinator in our Maclean Office on 02 6645 1244.
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Other Volunteering Opportunities

Anglicare North Coast welcomes volunteers with relevant skills. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer in one of our program areas, assisting with maintenance or in our administration team, please send a brief resume outlining your experience, skills and qualifications to our Grafton office and we will be happy to discuss any suitable volunteering opportunities with you.

Current Vacancies

Financial Counsellors

SCHADS Level 5

Fixed term to June 30, 2021
Full-time/Part-time

About the role

Anglicare North Coast is seeking experienced Financial Counsellors who have successfully completed or currently studying a Diploma of Financial Counselling with eligibility to become a member of the Financial Counselling Association of NSW.

The successful applicants will be joining our Financial Well-Being Team and be frontline staff assisting people in financial hardship through assessment, advocacy, negotiation and capacity building. This will include working with bushfire affected families.

Details

New to Financial Counselling?

If you have an appropriate professional qualification in another field or relevant work experience, you may be eligible to apply for a position as a paid Intern, subject to the commencement of the Diploma in Financial Counselling and FCAN Membership. Applicants with a professional background in social work, finance or adjunct fields are encouraged to apply.

Location and hours

The positions will be based on the Far North Coast of NSW, providing services across Richmond-Tweed and the Coffs Harbour – Clarence Regions. The hours per week to be negotiated with each successful applicant. The position offers 4 weeks’ annual leave pro-rata, including annual leave loading.

Benefits

The positions offer salary packaging to achieve a tax effective total salary package.  The successful applicants will enjoy a flexible workplace and great team environment.

Applications close at midnight on Monday 20th July, 2020.

Enquiries regarding this position can be made to Tony Auld at: tonya@anglicarenorthcoast.org.au

Once you have submitted your application, please also send an email to humanr@anglicarenorthcoast.org.au advising that you have submitted an application for this position.

The successful applicant will be required to satisfactorily complete a National Police Records Check and a Working with Children Check.

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