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We’re recruiting!

By March 17, 2022March 27th, 2022No Comments

Two Part-Time Positions Available

Do you have excellent project management skills to help activate a community to engage in physical activity and exercise?

As a national charity and membership body we are committed to helping our communities across Australia to get more active, particularly following the challenges of COVID lockdowns.
Our target audience have all recovered from life-changing medical interventions and have a natural hesitancy to push themselves. We are particularly interested initially in focusing on those from 50 to 70 while all ages should benefit from our programs.

In 2022, with the help of a national volunteer network, we aim to deliver under this new program:
– New and existing community events to encourage physical activity, exercise and friendship
– A virtual challenge to capture the imagination of our communities
– The scoping and building of an online tool to capture participation, inspire others and help participants to benchmark their activities

We are looking for two professionals to help deliver this program:
1 – A professional project manager with a background in areas such as sport, community health or exercise who can lead the project and in particular oversee the online development of our program to ensure have a legacy tool for future use.

2 – A hands-on community project officer who can help activate our community and inspire others through their ‘can-do’ positive mindset.

Ideally, we are looking for people who can tailor programs/activities to suit individual groups according to their capabilities and medical situation.
The roles will be offered as a contract through to the end of 2022. The first role may be around three days per week, the second, two to three days per week. Some travel may be required.

Further information: Position Descriptions for these roles are available upon request by email

To register your interest:  please email your CV with a covering email to by Friday, April 8, 2022

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