EPIC is a not for profit organisation operating in the Pilbara Region of Western Australia. EPIC stands for empowering people in Communities and that is what we aim to do through a range of services that support many people to live a more connected life including disability services, career centres, parenting services and community programs.
Our team is committed to supporting people in the Pilbara Region to identify and achieve their goals in a respectful and culturally appropriate manner, and to explore every possible avenue for personal and community growth.
EPIC’s core values include reliability, trust, inclusion, consistency and being proactive and our vision is that all people are empowered and valued within the community.
We are currently seeking a Community Coordinator for our Careers Centre, based in Karratha on a casual basis. The successful candidate will provide caring and supporting career development services to the diverse range of people who utilise the Career Centre. They will also occasionally provide appropriate administrative support where required for the various community programs EPIC runs through Disability Services, Parenting Services and the Career Centre.
Duties & Responsibilities
Key duties and responsibilities will include:
- Greet clients and assist them on the open access computers, provide one-on-one career guidance, resume development and training advice. Refer clients to other service providers where needed;
- Carry out a full range of administrative and coaching duties to ensure that the CRM is maintained and accurately recorded across the Pilbara;
- Provide administrative support to fellow staff and Community Programs Manager with event planning, coordination and hands on delivery;
- Undertake any other tasks as directed by the Community Programs Manager.
- Experience in the preparation of resumes is desirable;
- Excellent presentation skills with outstanding manners;
- Strong written and verbal communication skills;
- Confident using Microsoft Office suite and other computer programs;
- Culturally sensitive to a broad and diverse client group with excellent interpersonal skills in engaging both a young and mature client base;
- Self-motivated person with an outgoing personality who is committed and enthusiastic about making a difference;
- A person who enjoys seeing others achieve their goals and become empowered through their achievements;
- Demonstrated ability to work unsupervised and abide by confidentiality policies;
- Ability to work autonomously and having an understanding of the challenges of working in a remote area.
- Satisfactory Police Check that is no older than 3 months;
- Working With Children Check or be willing to obtain one;
- A current ‘C’ class Driver’s Licence.
If you are interested in a rewarding career working for a not-for-profit organisation, contract us today and see what employee benefits are available to you!