Full-time. Immediate start until June 30, 2024 | Hobart based | SCHADS Level 6 (salary packaging available)
The alcohol, tobacco and other drugs sector is changing rapidly, guided by a 10-year plan that aims to create a more integrated, seamless system providing diverse treatment and support services to those who wish to seek help for their drinking, smoking or use of other substances.
As the peak body representing the community organisations delivering alcohol, tobacco and other drug programs and services, the ATDC plays a key role in representing and supporting our members through this change.
The ATDC is also a key partner in the implementation of the Tasmanian Government’s Reform Agenda for Alcohol and Other Drug Sector in Tasmania, providing technical and strategic advice, conducting research and sector consultation, and managing key sector reforms and projects.
Being on the leading edge of change at a sector level provides an exciting opportunity for the right person to have a positive, meaningful, and lasting impact benefitting the people who access alcohol, tobacco and other drug services.
We are on the hunt for a talented and motivated Project Officer who will work with community-sector and government stakeholders, representing the ATDC and our members to deliver a range of sector reforms. This person will also lead the first key reform project, the AOD Consumer Representative Organisation Project, developing the organisational and governance structures, systems, and policies to prepare the way for the long-awaited independent consumer representative organisation in Tasmania.
Are you a project specialist with experience in the not-for-profit space? Have you been involved in building a community organisation in the past, or have experience in not-for-profit governance? Perhaps you are a policy analyst with project management experience wanting to take your career to the next level?
This role requires someone who values collaboration and working cooperatively with diverse people, has a high level of personal and professional integrity, is compassionate and driven by a desire to impact community in positive ways. You will likely love diving into detail, but not getting lost in it, being equally comfortable with conceptual/strategic thinking. This role would also suit someone who is a structured and organised thinker, able to balance multiple competing priorities.
Are you ready to drive change and deliver something amazing?
I can be contacted on 0427 123 717 for a confidential chat.
To apply, please address the selection criteria in the position description in no more than two A4 pages along with your CV (no recruitment agencies please).
Send it to me, Dan Vautin at firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm, 4th October 2021.
If you think you are the right person for this role, and you also have a lived experience of alcohol, tobacco or other drug use, I encourage you to apply.