Employment - Northern Territory
The St Vincent de Paul Society is predominantly a volunteer run organisation. There are a number of employees who undertake a cross section of administrative, coordinator and management roles. The Society prides itself on employing talented and enthusiastic individuals.
How to apply:
Written applications should include the following documents:
1. Cover letter: Clearing stating the position you are applying for.
2. Addressing the Selection Criteria: This can be included in your cover letter. The essential criteria can be found on the advert for the positions below. Keep the cover letter and selection criteria to two (2) pages. Please address the selection criteria by highlighting your qualifications (knowledge, skills, attributes, and work experience) which are directly related to each selection criteria.
3. Current Resume / CV including 3 professional referees.
We will contact all applicants of their outcome either by email or phone.
Please note that prior to an offer of employment, Reference checks will be performed, a pre-employment check may need to be approved and any another requirements for specific positions will need to be meet all requirements.
The St Vincent de Paul Society in the Northern Territory welcomes expressions of interest from people who wish to work with us. Contact us to find out if there are current positions available.
|(08) 8948 8100|
|107 Dick Ward Dr, Coconut Grove NT 0810 |
|Postal Address||PO Box 1468 Nightcliff NT 0814|
Positions available - Northern Territory
107 Dick Ward Drive Coconut Grove
- (08) 8948 8100
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