Director of Operations

The Director of Operations reports to the CEO and is part of ReachOut’s executive team. Accountable for finance, risk and compliance, human resources, operations and IT infrastructure, the role also oversees organisation-wide systems, including PMO and annual planning.

The role works with the Finance and Leadership Teams to support the annual budget process and quarterly assessments of performance against budget. The position plays a key role in resource allocation to support organisational objectives.

The Director of Operations manages risk and compliance initiatives – from maintaining the organisation’s policy library and risk register to ensuring insurances, WHS procedures, and privacy and security practices are in place and well understood. Other key components of the role include overseeing ReachOut’s approach to IT infrastructure, HR management and employee engagement systems. The Director of Operations also serves as Company Secretary.

You can read the full position description here.

If you have any questions about the role, please contact Kiri Peterson on 02 8029 7721 to arrange a time to talk to the CEO, Ashley de Silva.

To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to jobs@reachout.com

Applications close on (or before) 21 October 2018 at 12.00 am.

Get your application in quickly. All applications will be reviewed as we receive them.

Philanthropy Manager

To support ReachOut’s 2020 vision, we have created an exciting new role for a National Philanthropy Manager to drive revenue growth through the development of a Philanthropy Strategy and work plan that includes tracking and monitoring prospects and donors through all phases – identification, cultivation, solicitation, stewardship and renewal across Trusts and Foundations, Major Donors and Bequests.

The successful candidate will be responsible for researching, planning and making approaches to new and existing supporters to increase engagement and revenue for youth mental health.  Working closely with the CEO and Leadership Team, this key role requires outstanding planning, networking and influencing skills. The successful candidate will be outcome driven, highly organised, people orientated and passionate about youth mental health.

You can read the full position description here.

If you have any questions about the role, please contact Tracey Campbell, Director of Fundraising & Marketing on 02 8029 7710.

To apply, please complete the application form here.

Applications close on (or before) 30 September 2018 at 12.00 am.

Get your application in quickly. All applications will be reviewed as we receive them, so please send your application ASAP if you are interested in this role.

Senior Manager – Support Services

The Senior Manager – Support Services helps ensure that ReachOut Australia achieves its vision of helping young people be happy and well. You develop and deliver ReachOut’s portfolio of direct services including:

  • online peer-support forums for young people experiencing, or at risk of, mental health difficulties
  • online peer-support forums for parents supporting a young person
  • 1:1 teleweb coaching for parents, delivered in partnership with The Benevolent Society.

ReachOut’s direct services are closely integrated with ReachOut’s self-help content and resources. It is essential you work closely with the Senior Manager responsible for digital content, to ensure a seamless experience for all of our service users.

You make sure that ReachOut’s direct service portfolio is based on best practice in mental health and wellbeing, is underpinned by robust risk management frameworks, and that the systems, people and structures are in place to provide high-quality support to young people and parents. You work closely with the Product team to design and develop our online products, the Marketing & Communications team to increase uptake of our services, and the Research team to monitor key outcomes and drive continuous program improvement.

You can read the full position description here.

We are partnering with Beaumont People to recruit for this role. Please contact our consultant Sadie Kelly on 02 9093 4911 or sadie@beaumontpeople.com.au

We are partnering with Beaumont People to recruit for this role. To apply,please contact our consultant Sadie Kelly on 02 9093 4911 or sadie@beaumontpeople.com.au.

Innovation Lead (Part time)

We’ve learnt loads since pioneering the world’s first digital mental health service twenty years ago. More recently, our ambition to help an extra million people by 2020 has inspired us to invest more in new ideas.

With plenty of autonomy, the Innovation Lead will help us explore products, services and ideas so that we can help even more young people be happy and well.

Working outside of the day-to-day operations, this contract role (initially a 3-5 month contract of two days per week) is responsible for leading a step change in ReachOut’s approach to innovation. Collaborating directly with the key members of the Leadership Team and the Innovation Board Subcommittee, the Innovation Lead must be someone who strikes the balance between autonomous yet collaborative working; and being a do-er over a facilitator.

You can read the full position description here.

If you have any questions about the role, please contact Dane Glerum, Director of Digital at dane@reachout.com.

To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to dane@reachout.com

Applications close on (or before) 14 October 2018 at 12.00 am.

Get your application in quickly. All applications will be reviewed as we receive them.

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Volunteering

Volunteering is a great way to help us reach out to more young people going through tough times. You can give us a hand in the office, spread the word or enjoy an awesome day out at one of our fundraising events across Australia. Find out more

Fundraise

If you’re feeling creative, why not use your skills and imagination to fundraise for ReachOut.com? You’ll be a legend AND help us make sure that anyone who needs help can visit ReachOut.com whenever they need to. Check out some ideas

Make a pledge

Making a pledge just takes a minute and we’ve got some tools to help you do it. You can pledge to start a convo, share ReachOut.com around or look after your mental health. Check out our different pledges and commit to yours today.

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