Skills and Capacity Co-ordinator

 Location:                             Based in Brisbane, Statewide focus

Classification:                     Level 3.5 – Queensland AIDS Council Inc. Enterprise Agreement 2018

 Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action:

The Queensland Council for LGBTI Health (formerly Queensland AIDS Council) promotes Equal Employment Opportunity. All selection is based on proven experience, qualifications and/or training and the person’s potential to undertake the responsibilities of the position most efficiently. We will not discriminate against applicants on any grounds not relevant in determining the best person for the position.

The Queensland Council for LGBTI Health utilises the Rainbow Tick Principles and Practice Standards to guide its own work, and uses this Framework to facilitate LGBTI Sistergirl and Brotherboy inclusion and continuous innovation and quality improvement amongst staff and other parts of the organisation. Meeting the Practice Standards in their own work is a key deliverable for all staff roles.

The Queensland Council for LGBTI Health is also committed to walking alongside Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to build stronger relationships, cultural autonomy, understanding and recognition of the history, cultures and diversity that make up Australian First Nations peoples.

Term of Employment:                    Contract to June 30, 2021, with possibility of extension dependent on funding.

Hours:                                           Full time – 38 hours per week.

Salary:                                           $90,308.29

Working from home:                 

Due to current circumstances, recruitment for this role will occur entirely online and the successful applicant would be expected to  work remotely until office based working resumes.

Salary Packaging

Like most charitable organisations, The Queensland Council for LGBTI Health is willing to pay a percentage of the salary as expense fringe benefits – i.e. reimbursements to employees for their own expenses such as private telephone costs, rent or mortgage payments, personal loan repayments, etc.  These non-cash benefits are not subject to income tax. The Federal Government imposes a net cap of $15,900 pa on expense fringe benefits, above which the range of allowable expenses is restricted.

All applications must be received by 5pm, Friday 26th June 2020. No late applications will be accepted.

Submitting an Application

To help you develop your application, please click here to find the Position Description, including Selection Criteria, How to Apply and relevant dates.

Please forward applications to Shaun Staunton, Deputy CEO via email at sstaunton@quac.org.au or via post to PO Box 1372, Eagle Farm DC Qld 4009.                 

All applications must be received by 5pm, Friday 26th June 2020. No late applications will be accepted.

Applications will not be considered unless the Selection Criteria has been addressed.

Further Details

For further information or questions about the position, please contact Shaun Staunton on 07 3017 1777 or sstaunton@quac.org.au