Enjoy a small team environment located in Gladesville, Passion for helping vulnerable people with accessible transport options, 30.4 hours per week, flexible work hours and NFP salary sacrifice benefit.
Stryder is a not-for-profit community transport service provider under contract to Transport for NSW, providing subsidised transport for eligible home care clients, primarily those who are transport disadvantaged due to their age, frailty, disability, cultural, language, or other diverse needs. Stryder also provides accessible transport options for NDIS participants and people on Home Care Packages. To complement our core business, Stryder has also established a level of commercial business, including bus hire.
The role of Office & Volunteer Manager involves overseeing office administration and information technology to ensure team members have appropriate resources available to allow them to operate efficiently and safely; as well as managing volunteer promotion, recruitment, induction and training.
The position provides administrative support to the General Manager and the Operations Team, including hands on client services support with calls and bookings. This requires good communication, collaboration and cooperation across various positions to achieve successful day to day operations.
Additional duties include responsibility for ensuring accurate data across the organisation's databases, providing reports to management and undertaking compliance reporting for Transport for NSW, ACNC, Dept of Health. Processing payroll and liaising with Stryder's accountant to ensure accurate data for accounts administration; and assisting the General Manager with human resources. The successful applicant will also assist with grant submissions and acquittals; internal promotion and communications.
The position of the Office & Volunteer Manager operates within a small motivated team that consists of office employees and volunteers to deliver quality transport services and information to Stryder's key stakeholders. The position holder is required to multi-task, prioritise and problem solve through communication and innovation.
The successful candidate will be someone who has a passion for working in a purpose-driven team, committed to helping vulnerable people in the community with essential community transport; will be someone with an eye for detail, good analytical skills and understands the importance of accurate data. This needs to be paired with excellent communication skills and the ability to write succinctly and with flair.
For applications to be considered, please provide:
- a cover letter, addressing your experience relating to the role responsibilities along with the essential and desirable criteria found on the Position Description located .
- your resume
Closing date: 13/9/20