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Deputy CEO

  • Professional Membership Association: National Voice for Social Justice
  • Key leadership role
  • Full time ongoing

The Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) is the professional representative body of social workers in Australia, with more than 14,000 members. AASW sets the benchmarks for professional education and practice in social work and have a strong voice on matters of social justice, human rights and issues that impact upon the quality of life of all Australians.

This newly created role has a key focus to provide high level support and advice to the Chief Executive Officer and represent the AASW as required in the CEO’s absence. Reporting directly to the CEO, this role will support and implement the objectives and policies of the Australian Association of Social Workers.

You will be an experienced and inclusive leader who has demonstrated success in driving sustainable organisational and cultural transformation which has achieved positive change. Your leadership will have created measurable influence and increased organisational capacity.

Critical to success will be your capacity to build collaborative and productive working relationships across the Association providing leadership and day-to-day support to the operational teams and Officeholders.

Your key responsibilities will include the following:

  • Deputise for the CEO in their absence and support the CEO in the day-to-day management of the AASW and at Board meetings
  • Facilitate regular report preparation to the CEO
  • Assist the CEO to lead high level stakeholder engagement
  • Provide leadership to the Executive Leadership Team meetings
  • Support the culture of a cohesive team and positive work environment
  • Support the work of the Board and other committees and attend meetings and prepare regular reports
  • Support the work of the National Research Committee
  • Lead and assist with the implementation of high-level organisational functions such as strategic planning, policy development and organisational change processes
  • Assist with the development and auditing of AASW policies and procedures
  • Negotiate memorandums of understanding with external stakeholders
  • In consultation with the CEO, ensure that the Association meets its legal and statutory obligations.
  • Provide assistance in the development and management of funding contracts and new funding from available sources.
  • Grow business opportunities of the Association through increasing external grants and funding opportunities
  • Project management of nominated projects

Please refer to the position description for a full list of duties and responsibilities.

Key selection criteria:

Essential

Qualifications & Experience

  • Tertiary qualification in Social Work
  • 6+ years senior leadership experience

Vision & Strategic Agility

  • Ability to create and communicate a compelling and inspiring sense of purpose, thriving on change and adapting to new environments or conditions quickly
  • Demonstrated experience in an executive leadership role within a dynamic environment, achieving strategic plans through development and implementation of innovative solutions

Business Acumen

  • Will be knowledgeable and have sound understanding of industry trends, practises and policies affecting corporate governance of the organisation as well as the Association’s legislation, regulations and protocols including WHS, EEO and privacy
  • Experience at delivering sound financial management and operational excellence as well as working as a key advisor to Board
  • Experience in developing and implementing corporate strategy and business planning processes and managing budgets

Builds & Develops Effective Teams

  • Ability to effectively lead and manage a senior team and integrate new people into the business
  • Ability to empower senior team whilst providing appropriate level of supervision
  • Can create a collaborative environment amongst team and volunteer groups

Member/ Stakeholder Focus

  • Will have an understanding of member/stakeholder needs, interests and concerns
  • Demonstrate a proven member centric approach that delivers value propositions
  • Ability to build valued partnerships with education, industry and government groups through engagement and advocacy

Communicator & Motivator

  • Ability to relate to all types of people, building constructive and long-term relationships
  • Be persuasive and able to energise, inspire and influence others
  • Ability to operate as lead representative/ principle advocate on behalf of the organisation
  • Significant experience in the use of social media / multimedia platforms / tools as part of a strategic focussed media agenda
  • Extensive experience in crafting succinct and lucid reports / formal submissions

General

  • Advanced skills in Microsoft Word, MS TEAMS, Google Analytics, Salesforce
  • Willingness to travel overnight intra-state and interstate travel
  • Current motor vehicle driver’s licence
  • Willingness to attend out of hours meetings

Desirable

  • MBA or advanced degree in Business or related field
  • Excellent network of influential contacts at local and national level
  • Proven experience in project management including briefing, reporting, interpersonal skills & time management
  • Extensive list of industry contacts
  • Experience of reporting to and advising volunteer Boards/Steering Committees/Expert Panels

The AASW is committed to equal opportunities in employment and embraces diversity and inclusion in its workforce. We encourage applications from culturally and ethnically diverse communities, particularly those underrepresented in the social work profession including the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and people with a disability.

To be considered for this role, your application must include your résumé and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria listed above.

For more information please email Cindy Smith, CEO cindy.smith@aasw.asn.au Applications close 5pm 12 August 2021.

Brand Strategy & Communications Manager

  • Professional Membership Association: National Voice for Social Justice
  • Key leadership role
  • Full time ongoing

The Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) is the professional representative body of social workers in Australia, with more than 14,000 members. AASW sets the benchmarks for professional education and practice in social work and have a strong voice on matters of social justice, human rights and issues that impact upon the quality of life of all Australians.

The Brand Strategy & Communications Manager has strategic and operational responsibility for the development and implementation of the AASW's marketing and communications strategy to ensure the Association's profile and reputation are enhanced, promoted and protected in line with the Associations strategic priorities. This strategically focused role is responsible for leading the development and delivery of AASW's Branding, Marketing, Publications and Communications functions, ensuring the all communications through the various channels are engaging and effective with measurable returns.

Your key responsibilities will include the following:

  • managing the AASW brand across all forms of marketing and communication;
  • implementing the Marketing and Communication Strategy;
  • strategizing and implementing compelling campaigns leveraging traditional and digital marketing/automation;
  • overseeing the implementation and evaluation of the AASW brand;
  • leading the production of content for use across AASW website, eDMs, socials, media, including the development, execution and evaluation of AASW campaigns;
  • overseeing the production and distribution of AASW branded marketing and communications collateral;
  • providing strategic advice and recommendations to the AASW leadership team;
  • providing effective leadership to drive the performance and outputs of the team including day to day management of the Marketing, Communications and Publications teams;
  • optimizing the commercial return of publications, events and activities;
  • managing and reporting against relevant budgets;
  • working across the Association to identify and execute customer/member focused opportunities;
  • supporting the implementation of the AASW Strategic Plan in conjunction with the CEO and Senior Managers, and leading other strategic initiatives/projects identified by the CEO; and
  • crisis and issues management, in conjunction with the CEO.

Please refer to the position description for a full list of duties and responsibilities

Key selection criteria:

  • Tertiary qualification in Communications, Journalism, Marketing or Media or another relevant field
  • 6+ years Marketing and Communications leadership experience
  • Demonstrated brand management experience
  • Demonstrated strategic brand communications capability
  • Demonstrated brand-led publication relations
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and executive marketing, communications and social media plans and deliver results
  • Demonstrated experience of digital marketing and communications technologies
  • Understanding of search engine optimisation principles and proven digital media and marketing automation skills
  • Experienced people manager and leader with demonstrated capabilities of managing for effective performance outcomes including team capability and capacity building and managing employee engagement
  • Highly organised with exceptional attention to detail, and the ability to prioritise tasks, monitor budgets, work autonomously and as part of a team
  • Outstanding writing and editing skills and demonstrated experience in implementing effective communications and content plans
  • Demonstrated skills in crafting persuasive and engaging content for a variety of audiences and channels
  • Excellent knowledge of media and materials production, and communication and amplification techniques, including experience in producing email marketing campaigns
  • Strong stakeholder relationship management skills
  • Advanced skills in Microsoft Word, MS TEAMS, Google Analytics, Salesforce, Pardot, Canva, Hootsuite
  • Business analytical skills, managing budgets and general business acumen

The AASW is committed to equal opportunities in employment and embraces diversity and inclusion in its workforce. We encourage applications from culturally and ethnically diverse communities, particularly those underrepresented in the social work profession including the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and people with a disability.

To be considered for this role, your application must include your CV and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria listed above.

Previous applicants need not apply.

For more information please email Cindy Smith, CEO cindy.smith@aasw.asn.au

Applications close 5pm 12 August 2021.

Online Community Manager - Melbourne based

Part time 3 days [0.6FTE] fixed term 2 years

The Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) is the professional representative body of social workers in Australia, with more than 14,000 members. AASW sets the benchmarks for professional education and practice in social work and have a strong voice on matters of social justice, human rights and issues that impact upon the quality of life of all Australians.

Reporting to the National Manager Membership Engagement, the primary purpose of this role is to drive current and new member engagement and retention via the AASW Social Work Australia Community by building and maintaining strategic, qualified engagement in the community.

This new position will invigorate, raise brand awareness through building a dynamic and engaged online community.

Your key responsibilities will include [not limited to] the following:

  • Building and maintaining strategic, qualified engagement in the community (via conversational tactics and content creation)
  • Implementing and optimising desired member/user journeys
  • Governance setting and maintenance, including moderation, risk management and issues escalation
  • Leading the tone and culture of the community via social norms, rituals and focused interactions
  • Regular measurement and reporting on success and health metrics (business and social/communal)
  • Implementing reputation and recognition programs
  • Building and maintaining strategic relationships with key community participants based on organisational objectives (e.g. founding members, subject matter experts, influencers)
  • Working cross-departmentally to create and communicate community value
  • Organising and refreshing the community for optimal user experience and outcomes (e.g. archiving content no longer useful)
  • Reporting community intelligence and insights to leadership and stakeholders
  • Spokesperson for the community internally and externally, if required
  • Related work for the organisation around the community; e.g. creating content about or representing the community for peers, customers or the media

Key selection criteria:

  • Bachelor of Social Work Degree 5+ year experience within the industry
  • Highly proficient communication skills both oral and written
  • Proven experience with successfully engaging across a wide range of stakeholders
  • Highly self-driven and an ability to work autonomously with minimal supervision
  • Ability to undertake occasional interstate travel from time to time
  • Conflict and issues management
  • Data and reporting experience

Skills or experience relating to unique or specific needs of the Social Work Profession and the community that they work with and support

The AASW is committed to equal opportunities in employment and embraces diversity and inclusion in its workforce. We encourage applications from culturally and ethnically diverse communities, particularly those underrepresented in the social work profession including the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and people with a disability.

To be considered for this role, your application must include your résumé and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria listed above.

Member Services Team Leader

  • Part time 0.9 FTE ongoing
  • Excellent salary and conditions

Networking, coaching staff, collaboration, service design and communications…sounds like you?

The Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) is the professional membership body of social workers. We work daily to provide a voice on issues that impact on the profession of social work. We advocate, educate and connect with members and the wider community to achieve our vision of working together for professional excellence and social justice.

The Member Services Team Leader will be located at our National Office in North Melbourne, you will coach and lead staff in branches across the country who support members through a range of programs, services, and resources. You will be supported by a professional team to streamline services and communications.

If you are highly organised with excellent interpersonal and leadership skills then this role is for you. You must be able to travel interstate when required and attend meetings outside of regular hours. On offer is a competitive salary and flexible work hours.

A copy of the position description can be can found here and further queries can be directed to Jeanette Jarvis National Manager Member Engagement on mob: 0466 799 104.

In your application, please address each of the key selection criteria in a total of no more than 1,000 words.

Applications close 5pm, 28 July 2021

A police check and other probity checks may apply to the successful candidate.

AASW is committed to providing an inclusive workplace culture where all our staff are valued and recognised for their unique qualities, ideas and perspectives. We welcome all suitably qualified applicants, especially Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and all people regardless of gender, relationship status, caring responsibilities, ethnicity, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, intersex status or other difference.

Branch Service Co-ordinator

Full time / part time considered [fixed term 12 months]

Salary circa $70k + super, Melbourne based

The Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) is the professional representative body of social workers in Australia, with more than 14,000 members. AASW sets the benchmarks for professional education and practice in social work and have a strong voice on matters of social justice, human rights and issues that impact upon the quality of life of all Australians.

Reporting to the Member Services Team Leader, this role is responsible for:

  • Scheduling, coordinating and attending Branch Management Committee (BMC) meetings and other meetings as required, ensuring associated meeting documentation and papers are prepared and circulated in a timely and professional manner.
  • Providing administration support, particularly in relation to taking and preparing minutes of meetings, agenda preparation, circulation and related activities.
  • Operating as the key point of contact for responding to Branch enquiries.
  • Working with relevant AASW departments to ensure processing of invoices, reconciliation of payments, management of records and data management compliance.
  • Coordinating CPD activities for members including the promotion of activities, coordinating member bookings, room and catering bookings.
  • Building collaborative operating arrangements and CPD related information sharing across the Branch.
  • Working with relevant AASW departments to ensure processing of invoices, reconciliation of payments, management of records and data management compliance.
  • Actively engaging with key stakeholder groups/institutions.
  • In consultation with the AASW Education Team, BMC and Practice Groups managing the successful delivery of the Branch events program.
  • Undertaking project work and associated tasks as required by the Member Services Team Leader.

Key selection criteria: Essential Requirements

  • Tertiary qualified in business / administration or demonstrated related experience
  • Professional communication skills
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Excellent collaborative skills to work with a range of stakeholders
  • Project management skills and knowledge of project management principles
  • Experienced in coordinating learning events and professional meetings
  • Ability to work autonomously with minimal supervision and as part of a team
  • Experience in drafting routine correspondence and preparing newsletter/publications
  • High level administrative and organisational skills, including managing work deadlines and managing information
  • Influence and negotiation skills
  • Analytical problem solving and conflict resolution skills
  • Highly skilled in the use of MS Suite of products, Word, Publisher, PowerPoint and Excel
  • Ability to undertake occasional travel interstate from time to time and attend out-of-hours meetings etc.

The AASW is committed to equal opportunities in employment and embraces diversity and inclusion in its workforce. We encourage applications from culturally and ethnically diverse communities, particularly those underrepresented in the social work profession including the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and people with a disability.

Please send us your résumé and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria listed above. If you do not respond to the selection criteria, your application will not be considered.

Applications close 4pm 10 June 2021.

Online Community Manager - Melbourne based

Part time 3 days [0.6FTE] fixed term 2 years

The Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) is the professional representative body of social workers in Australia, with more than 14,000 members. AASW sets the benchmarks for professional education and practice in social work and have a strong voice on matters of social justice, human rights and issues that impact upon the quality of life of all Australians.

Reporting to the National Manager Membership Engagement, the primary purpose of this role is to drive current and new member engagement and retention via the AASW Social Work Australia Community by building and maintaining strategic, qualified engagement in the community.

This new position will invigorate, raise brand awareness through building a dynamic and engaged online community.

Your key responsibilities will include [not limited to] the following:

  • Building and maintaining strategic, qualified engagement in the community (via conversational tactics and content creation)
  • Implementing and optimising desired member/user journeys
  • Governance setting and maintenance, including moderation, risk management and issues escalation
  • Leading the tone and culture of the community via social norms, rituals and focused interactions
  • Regular measurement and reporting on success and health metrics (business and social/communal)
  • Implementing reputation and recognition programs
  • Building and maintaining strategic relationships with key community participants based on organisational objectives (e.g. founding members, subject matter experts, influencers)
  • Working cross-departmentally to create and communicate community value
  • Organising and refreshing the community for optimal user experience and outcomes (e.g. archiving content no longer useful)
  • Reporting community intelligence and insights to leadership and stakeholders
  • Spokesperson for the community internally and externally, if required
  • Related work for the organisation around the community; e.g. creating content about or representing the community for peers, customers or the media

Key selection criteria:

  • Bachelor of Social Work Degree 5+ year experience within the industry
  • Highly proficient communication skills both oral and written
  • Proven experience with successfully engaging across a wide range of stakeholders
  • Highly self-driven and an ability to work autonomously with minimal supervision
  • Ability to undertake occasional interstate travel from time to time
  • Conflict and issues management
  • Data and reporting experience

Skills or experience relating to unique or specific needs of the Social Work Profession and the community that they work with and support

The AASW is committed to equal opportunities in employment and embraces diversity and inclusion in its workforce. We encourage applications from culturally and ethnically diverse communities, particularly those underrepresented in the social work profession including the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and people with a disability.

To be considered for this role, your application must include your résumé and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria listed above.

Applications close 10 June 2021

Membership Engagement and Retention Officer

  • Professional Membership Association: National Voice for Social Justice
  • Melbourne based; Nationally networked service delivery
  • Full time [fixed term 12 months]

The Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) is the professional representative body of social workers in Australia, with more than 14,000 members. AASW sets the benchmarks for professional education and practice in social work and have a strong voice on matters of social justice, human rights and issues that impact upon the quality of life of all Australians.

Reporting to the Team Leader, Customer Recruitment & Retention [initial period Membership Engagement Coordinator] and working as a part of a collaborative team, the Member Engagement & Retention Officer is responsible for membership renewal and retention outcomes through:

  • Operating as a primary point of contact for general member and prospective member enquiries and complaints;
  • Selling the benefits of membership to existing members, prospective members and lapsed members;
  • On boarding of new members
  • Processing membership applications and renewals (including payments);
  • Supporting membership growth and sales strategies;
  • Supporting membership retention strategies to reverse membership loss; and
  • Providing a responsive and positive service customer experience for our members.

Please refer to the position description for a full list of duties and responsibilities

Key selection criteria:

  • Demonstrated experience in a customer service environment.
  • Business development and/or sales background experience including customer retention.
  • Highly developed communication skills [active listening, verbal and written].
  • Professional/confident phone voice.
  • Proficiency with computers, especially with CRM and LMS systems and processes software, and strong typing skills.
  • Ability to manage challenging/ difficult conversations.
  • Strong time management skills.
  • Adaptability and accountability.
  • Well-developed administrative and organisational skills
  • Excellent communications skills
  • Strong computer literacy and database experience
  • Enthusiastic with a positive can-do attitude
  • Ability to manage competing priorities
  • Commitment to innovation and continuous improvement

The AASW is committed to equal opportunities in employment and embraces diversity and inclusion in its workforce. We encourage applications from culturally and ethnically diverse communities, particularly those underrepresented in the social work profession including the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and people with a disability.

To be considered for this role, your application must include your résumé and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria listed above.

International Qualifications and Assessments Officer

  • Part time or full time hybrid work from home and office
  • Initial term 6 months potential for ongoing

$80k + super FTE

The Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) is the professional representative body of social workers in Australia, with more than 14,000 members. AASW sets the benchmarks for professional education and practice in social work and have a strong voice on matters of social justice, human rights and issues that impact upon the quality of life of all Australians.

A rewarding opportunity exists for an International Qualifications Assessment (IQA) Officer at the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) within our Ethics and Standards Program.

The IQA Officer is responsible for managing the AASW’s program for the membership eligibility assessments of people with overseas social work qualifications, including those social workers who intend to migrate to Australia.

The successful applicant will have a sound understanding of social work education and overseas social work qualifications, including the Australian Social Work Education and Accreditation Standards.

Selection Criteria:

  • Relevant social work qualification
  • Professional experience in a social work setting
  • Well-developed administrative and communication skills including written report writing and verbal communication
  • Efficient and effective organisational skills, including managing deadlines, managing information and attention to detail
  • Well-developed problem solving and analytical skills
  • A commitment to customer service
  • Sound competency with IT skills, including working knowledge of email, Word and Excel programs
  • Experience in working in a fast paced and high-volume administration environment

The AASW is committed to equal opportunities in employment and embraces diversity and inclusion in its workforce. We encourage applications from culturally and ethnically diverse communities, particularly those underrepresented in the social work profession including the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and people with a disability.

To be considered for this role, your application must include your résumé and cover letter which addresses the selection criteria.

A copy of the position description is available via our website www.horizonemployment.com.au

Administration Officer

  • Professional Membership Association: National Voice for Social Justice
  • Melbourne based; national network service delivery
  • Full time - fixed term 6 months [may extend]

The Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) is the professional representative body of social workers in Australia, with more than 14,000 members. AASW sets the benchmarks for professional education and practice in social work and have a strong voice on matters of social justice, human rights and issues that impact upon the quality of life of all Australians.

The Administration Officer will support the Ethics & Standards team by providing effective and efficient support services particularly in the Ethics Complaint Management Process (ECMP).

Key position responsibilities:

The Administration Officer is responsible for:

  • supporting the ECMP in managing email and phone correspondence;
  • compiling documents according to systems and pro-formas;
  • scheduling meetings;
  • drafting meeting minutes and agendas;
  • record keeping and data management in a SharePoint environment;
  • secretarial assistance to the legal counsel
  • the compilation of monthly or other reports as requested under guidance;
  • updating forms and information e.g. information for the AASW website, e-bulletin

Refer to the position description for a full list of responsibilities.

Key selection criteria:

  • A minimum of four years’ (administrative) support skills or similar;
  • Highly experienced in the use of MicrosoftOffice applications particularly Word,PowerPoint, Excel, Teams;
  • Able to work autonomously with minimal supervision and as part of a small team;
  • Highly developed organisational skills, including experience in managing/co-ordinating meeting schedules and managing conflicting work priorities and delivering quality work outputs within tight timelines;
  • Experienced in drafting formal correspondence according to systems and processes;
  • Experienced in maintaining information databases and filing systems;
  • Ability to work well under pressure and to respond flexibly to changing circumstances;
  • Excellent time management skills; and
  • Ability to ensure privacy and confidentiality over information provided, as appropriate

The AASW is committed to equal opportunities in employment and embraces diversity and inclusion in its workforce. We encourage applications from culturally and ethnically diverse communities, particularly those underrepresented in the social work profession including the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and people with a disability.

Please send us your résumé and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria listed above. If you do not respond to the selection criteria, your application may not be considered.

Further information on the AASW can be found by visiting our website at www.aasw.asn.au

Applications close Thursday 8 April 2021.

Professional Officer - Ethics & Standards

  • Professional Membership Association: National Voice for Social Justice
  • Melbourne based; Nationally networked service delivery
  • Full time or part time ongoing

The Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) is the professional representative body of social workers in Australia, with more than 13,500 members. AASW sets the benchmarks for professional education and practice in social work and have a strong voice on matters of social justice, human rights and issues that impact upon the quality of life of all Australians.

Position Overview:

  • Delivering the AASW’s Ethics and Standards Consultation Service with support and training provided
  • Participating in the delivery of the Ethics Complaints Management Process
  • Developing, reviewing and monitoring professional standards and guidelines.

An exciting opportunity for a seasoned Social Worker to expand their career into the field of Ethics. The Professional Officer, Ethics and Standards will work within the AASW’s Ethics Framework and collaborate within relevant program areas across the department and will be supported by the Team Leader Ethics and Standards.

The Ethics and Practice Standards Consultation Service is a free service for members to consider, discuss and process ethical dilemmas and ethical practice issues. The ethics officer may research and then provide verbal or written information in relation to ethics and practice issues and assist in linking ethical and best practice decision making to the Code of Ethics, Practice Standards and broader ethical and practice theories.

You will also support a best practice approach and ensure complaints are processed through the Ethics Complaints Management Process in a timely manner and in accord with the governance processes as set out in the AASW By Laws on Ethics and other relevant guiding documentation.

On occasions you will assist in the review and implementation of practice standards and development of improved processes and other key initiatives to support and embed positive conduct, identification and reporting of integrity and ethics matters.

The Ethics Officer is responsible for:

  • Delivering the AASW’s Ethics and Standards Consultation Service with support and training provided
  • Participating in the delivery of the Ethics Complaints Management Process
  • Co-ordination of complaints of alleged breaches of AASW’s Code of Ethics in accordance with the AASW By Laws on Ethics and the Ethics Complaint Management Process
  • Administrative tasks associated with managing the files associated with alleged complaints in accord with Privacy legislation
  • Contribute to the Professional Standards documentation as required in collaboration with the Team Leader, Professional Standards and Ethics
  • Reviewing and monitoring professional standards and guidelines.
  • Preparation of monthly or other reports as requested.

Key selection criteria:

  • Relevant tertiary qualification in Social Work and minimum 3 years experience as a Social Worker
  • Excellent administration skills
  • Demonstrated high-level communication skills including verbal, written and report writing skills
  • Ability to work well under pressure in a fast-paced environment and to respond flexibly to changing circumstances
  • Excellent time management and prioritisation skills
  • Experience in mentoring or leadership
  • Ability to ensure privacy and confidentiality over information provided, as appropriate
  • An understanding of the AASW Code of Ethics
  • Proficiency in the use of the Microsoft office suite

The AASW is committed to equal opportunities in employment and embraces diversity and inclusion in its workforce. We encourage applications from culturally and ethnically diverse communities, particularly those underrepresented in the social work profession including the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and people with a disability.

Please send us your résumé and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria listed above. If you do not respond to the selection criteria, your application will not be considered.

Further information can be requested by contacting Sofie Fabre: sofie.fabre@aasw.asn.au

View the position description​​​

AASW - Australian Association of Social Workers