Transition to Work
Operations Manager

Hours: Full time, 38 hours per week

Applications close: Monday 27 March 2017 at 5pm

The Brotherhood of St Laurence seeks an Operations Manager for Transition to Work (TTW) to oversee and manage all operational aspects of the TTW program and build the leadership capability and capacity of the TTW team.


The Brotherhood of St Laurence helps lead the fight to develop an Australia free of poverty. With 600 employees and 900 volunteers across 50 sites in Australia, it strives to help people experiencing disadvantage through research, policy, services and advocacy.

The Brotherhood is currently focusing its work on strategies to alleviate and prevent poverty at key transition stages, including young people.

The Transitions To Work program provides young job seekers aged 15 to 21 with intensive one on one support to gain employment or to continue their education.

The successful applicant must be able to lead and manage all operational aspects of the TTW program, including all compliance with Department of Employment requirements. The Manager also needs to be a collaborative leader and coach ensuring a strong team is working towards a shared goal.

This process is being exclusively managed by Slade Executive on behalf of The Brotherhood of St Laurence. Applications must be submitted by Monday, 27 March 2017.

To submit your application for this position, please view the vacancy on SladeGroup, press the "Apply for this job" button and attach your application which should include a covering letter and resume in Word format, quoting Ref No. JB 36687. For a confidential discussion and to receive a Candidate Booklet/position description, please contact Nora Farhane on (03) 9235 5129 or via email at nfarhane(at)sladegroup.com.au.

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The Brotherhood of St Laurence acknowledges and recognises the Traditional Owners of the land upon which we live and work, and we pay our respects to their Elders both past and present.