Working with Bravehearts means working with a dedicated, multidisciplinary team that shares your goal of improving the future for Australian children. Qualified and passionate staff are attracted to Bravehearts’ culture, where success is celebrated, and life balanced and self-care is expected. There are a number of benefits of working with Bravehearts including:
- A culture of self-care
- Employee assistance program
- Salary sacrifice options
- Paid birthday day off
- Equal opportunities for all regardless of gender, sexual orientation, age, culture or ethnic background
- Opportunities for professional and personal development
Bravehearts employs a range of professionals to deliver our services, including psychologists, educators, social workers, lawyers, trainers, case managers and researchers. The work of our service-delivery staff is supported by specialists in the areas of finance, administration, human resources, fundraising, events management, marketing and communications.
Before applying for a role
You are encouraged to carefully read the position description before applying. We have clear guidelines for the required skills, education and knowledge for all of our positions. We are an equal opportunity employer and will employ on merit.
All written applications require a covering letter (tell us why YOU are the best person for the job). We also expect an up-to-date resume, which includes details of your previous employment and qualifications. Please email your covering letter and up-to-date resume to email@example.com. Due to the number of applications we receive, please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
- You will need to obtain a National Police Certificate and Working with Children Blue Card to work at Bravehearts. Facilitation of these will be handled by Bravehearts at no charge to you.
- We do not accept applications from, nor use, recruitment agencies.
Full Time, Arundel (Gold Coast)
You are a sales professional by trade and you have a truly empathetic and passionate approach to your work. You will be well networked and love to hit the road sparking up conversations with new and old contacts.
Reporting to the Head of Community Engagement, the Corporate Partnership Manager is responsible for the strategic development of existing corporate partners and the creation of new major donors, corporate partners and sponsors.
Please Apply via Seek ensuring that you include a Cover Letter.
Open for Expressions of Interest
The Information and Support Line Officer (2 days per week) provides frontline services for the community. In this role you will be the first point of contact and you will help identify and address caller’s needs. The role collects relevant information pertaining to children, young people, adults and families who have been affected by, or at risk of being affected by child sexual assault, and who would like to undertake counselling at Bravehearts or access our Case Management services or needs to be referred to a more suitable service.
This is a great opportunity for students currently in their final years of studying for Psychology, Social Work or Counselling.
Please review the POSITION DESCRIPTION for more details on the role.