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NALAG Volunteer Coordinator role up for grabs in Dubbo

Are you looking for a role in grief counselling and volunteer coordination?
The National Association for Loss and Grief (NSW) is looking for an intake and volunteer support coordinator. This role is based in the NALAG office in Dubbo. You will be working with our established grief support volunteers and the newly developed palliative care volunteer program.
The National Association for Loss and Grief (NSW) Inc is a not for profit organisation, formed in 1977 following the Granville Train Disaster, to act as a support network for people experiencing loss and grief. The organisation continues to provide a service to individuals, families and communities through its Grief Support service and now has branches in Dubbo (Head Office), Mudgee, Bellingen/Nambucca (Miindala), Hunter and Sydney (Telephone). Each year, NALAG also conducts a variety of quality educational programs, workshops, training and mental health awareness events to enhance wellbeing and promote resilience to NSW communities following loss, grief, trauma and adverse life events.

Here are the details:
Intake and Support Volunteer Coordinator (Full time or Part time optional)
Dubbo NSW
Applications close: 5pm, 8 November 2019

NALAG NSW has an opening for an experienced Intake and Support Volunteer Coordinator based in Dubbo.
Do you have experience and qualifications in counselling, social work, psychology or a related discipline?  Do you have experience working and mentoring volunteers? Are you able to work independently and collaboratively in a team environment?  Do you have excellent interpersonal skills and experience helping those with loss, grief and adversity?  Do you have high level administration experience?  If so, please view the position description and selection criteria below, and submit your CV and Cover Letter (addressing the selection criteria) to before 5pm, 8 November 2019.
You can download the position description by clicking here.

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