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The Catholic Archdiocese of Perth Administration Centre, based in Perth, has a part time (0.40 FTE) fixed term, 12 month maternity relief vacancy for a Bookkeeper to work as part of the accounting team. The Bookkeeper will process accounts within the accounting system software, handle accounts payable and assist in the agencies preparation of financial statements. Knowledge of Technology One and MYOB experience desirable, together with Microsoft Word and Excel skills. 
Applications close Monday 28 August 2017. Requests for the Job Description and to submit your application please contact Claire Chew at

CATHOLIC YOUTH MINISTRY - YOUTH MINISTRY WORKER (Temporary Position 12 months maternity leave)
The Archdiocese of Perth Perth Catholic Youth Ministry office is seeking a vibrant youth worker to join the Youth Ministry team. The successful applicant would be required to work to support parishes and youth ministry initiatives in the Archdiocese of Perth. They must also undergo screening in accordance with the WA Working With Children Check. Experience in previous youth ministry teams (eg YMT or NET) and/or parish youth groups is recommended. A full copy of the Job Advertisement and Job Description is available on (The position is also open to applications from those who can only work part-time.)  To submit your application, please include your CV with a cover letter and three (3) referees including a parish priest to Anita Parker, Director of Catholic Youth Ministry  
Applications close Monday 11 September 2017.


St Vincent de Paul Society is looking for an experienced volunteer leader who will oversee the development and implementation of a volunteer framework in accordance with evidence based best practice guidelines, quality standards, policies and procedures. The Manager Member and Volunteers works in collaboration with members, volunteers and managers to provide effective planning, implementation and evaluation of member and volunteer programs and services to achieve the Society’s overall vision and strategic goals which maximises the benefits to volunteers, members and employees of the Society. The successful candidate will be someone who has an extensive background in working with volunteers in a not for profit environment and are driven by making a difference in the community. 
Applicants will demonstrate the following experience, skills and attributes:

  • A strong understanding of the dynamics of member and volunteer based not-for-profit organisations 
  • Experience in developing and implementing a volunteer framework which would include recruiting, training and engaging volunteers
  • Relevant qualification 
  • Experience in leading, coaching and mentoring staff
  • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills including relationship building skills 

As this is a new position it offers an exciting opportunity to develop and take ownership of what will be a fulfilling role at Vinnies. It will suit the person who is passionate about making a difference in the community. Working from our Canning Vale offices, we offer purposefully built premises that co-locate our office staff, a Vinnies shop and large depot facilities. We offer you work in a flexible and dynamic environment working across numerous service areas. A competitive salary is also on offer and based on skills and experience you bring to Vinnies. The position description, which includes the selection criteria, is available on the Society website at Please forward your cover letter and resume to For further information on the role please contact Rod Sweett, on 6323 7516.