QDN has a range of part-time and full-time positions which become available from time to time. We are an equal opportunity employer.

People with disability are at the centre of all the work that we do. We believe there is ‘nothing about us without us’ and we encourage people with disability to apply.

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Media Communications and Marketing Officer - Applications have now closed

Applications close on the 10th of October 2021

Role Scope

The Media Communications and Marketing Officer provides service to all streams of QDN business, projects as well as new business line establishment. The appointee is accountable for the planning, coordination and delivery of the QDN marketing and communications strategy. The role provides partnership support to senior management stakeholders.

When required, the position may provide direction to contractors brought in to assist with communication, marketing or other projects.

The appointee will work within the requirements of relevant legislation including the Queensland Human Rights Act, and QDN’s Quality System, demonstrate commitment to continuous improvement and contribute to internal and external auditing processes as required under ISO9001

Key responsibilities of this role

Fulfil this role in accordance with QDN’s policies and procedures, and:

  1. Ensure that the QDN media and communications strategy is developed, maintained and implemented;
  2. Prepare a range of time-sensitive accessible written content, including policies, project plans, reports, discussion papers, newsletters, e-blasts, media releases, publications and campaign material;
  3. Work with the Director Policy and Strategy, Project Manager and Project Leads, to develop Communication Plans for QDN programs and projects as required, and bodies of work and ensure the key deliverables relating to communications and media are completed;
  4. Manage the content displayed on the QDN website and ensure it meets organisational requirements;
  5. Provide timely, expert advice to key internal stakeholders regarding accessible communication, media and engagement projects;
  6. Monitor and develop content for social media platforms and proactively engage with the sector and stakeholders through member-focussed content that meets organisational objectives;
  7. Develop and implement a range of marketing and publications, including liaison with mem­bers and external information suppliers;
  8. Work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders to identify, research, assist and manage media around member issues and opportunities;
  9. Promote membership growth through the delivery of appropriate newsletters and other member communication;
  10. Other duties as required by the CEO or Director of Policy and Strategic Engagement.

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Administration Officer

Applications have now closed.

Role Scope

The appointee is accountable for providing administrative support to the organisation, team and members of QDN. This role is the critical first point of contact for members and stakeholders into QDN and is responsible for defined deliverables across administrative functions and projects.

The appointee will work within the requirements of relevant legislation including the Queensland Human Rights Act, and QDN’s Quality System, demonstrate commitment to continuous improvement and contribute to internal and external auditing processes as required under ISO9001.

Key responsibilities of this role

Fulfil this role in accordance with QDN’s policies and procedures, and:

  1. Fulfil this role in accordance with QDN’s policies and procedures
  2. Provide an initial phone contact for calls to QDN’s office
  3. Manage, prepare, record and action electronic mail and hard copy mail outs, including the QDN and other specific email in-boxes
  4. Provide set up support for meetings and events and provide hospitality to visitors
  5. Work collaboratively on QDN Projects and Programs as required; including booking catering, support and venues, administrative tasks and member and stakeholder liaison.
  6. Source and administer organisational provisions such as taxi vouchers, swipe cards, gift vouchers etc
  7. Source and administer travel bookings for team and members
  8. Responsibility for the day-to-day management of the office including petty cash, sourcing and monitoring office supplies and equipment, office cleaning, presentation, maintenance and safety.
  9. Support the finance team with processing, reconciliation, and management of financial records
  10. Other duties as required by the CEO and the Management Team.

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Finance and Corporate Services Manager

Applications have now closed.

Role Scope

The appointee has responsibility for the operational leadership of corporate functions including team resources, systems and processes. This is a new role for QDN and will embed the new corporate structure of the organisation.

The appointee will work within the requirements of relevant legislation including the Queensland Human Rights Act, and QDN Quality System and demonstrate commitment to continuous improvement and contribute to internal and external auditing processes as required under ISO9000.

Key responsibilities of this role

Fulfil this role in accordance with QDN’s policies and procedures, and:

  1. Be accountable for the finance function, including oversight of the accounting system, management of the budgeting process, reporting, delegations and the financial flow of information within the business
  2. Be accountable for all corporate services functions including governance, IT, Human Resources, quality and administrative support
  3. Be accountable for QDN’s Information Technology systems and platforms to ensure they are fit for purpose
  4. Coach and mentor the finance and corporate services team to develop their expertise and hone their focus on supporting the organisation to achieve optimal outcomes across member support, projects and operations
  5. Work with the CEO, QDN Management Team and Board of Directors on financial processes, budgets and expenditure, ensuring sound financial governance
  6. Manage the continuous improvement processes for the organisation’s operational processes including identification of opportunities for the automation of systems and processes to improve productivity
  7. Develop and refine plans, policies and procedures for operational (including finance, IT, human resources) needs to ensure the outputs are ‘right sized’ for current operations and future growth
  8. Ensure QDN’s quality system is implemented, reviewed and maintained in accordance with ISO standards
  9. Manage the organisational approach and implementation of QDN’s paper and electronic records and documents in accordance with the organisation’s procedures and ensure compliance with all relevant national and state legislation
  10. Coordinate organisational governance, including supporting the Company Secretary, by working with the Board of Directors to record, coordinate and distribute papers and submissions for full Board and Board sub-committee meetings
  11. Validate that governance aligns with QDN’s legal responsibilities as a Company Limited by Guarantee, and contractual obligations with QDN’s diverse funding entities
  12. Prepare Board submissions and reports in relation to any financial, IT, human resources, quality, or governance matters (as agreed with the CEO)
  13. Manage QDN’s compliance with relevant State and Commonwealth legislation and frameworks including QDN’s Quality Management System, NDIS Quality and Safeguards and Queensland Human Rights Act, and
  14. Undertake other duties as directed by the CEO.

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