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A vacancy exists for a Project Officer with the L J Goody Bioethics Centre, of the Catholic Archdiocese of Perth. This position runs initially to 31 December 2019 (0.50 FTE – 1.00 FTE) with an immediate commencement date, and with the possibility of renewal into 2020. Applicants will work with/supervise a small team under the Director on a multi-faceted public policy project.  The successful applicant will have experience of building and maintaining working relationships with key stakeholder and special interest groups, and some familiarity with maintaining website and social media content.  
Applications close Monday 28 January 2019.  
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St John of God Health Care (SJGHC) is a leading health care provider, with private and public hospitals, home nursing and Social Outreach services throughout Australia. St John of God Bunbury Hospital is currently seeking an outstanding individual to promote the SJGHC Mission and Values and undertake the role of Director Mission Integration. Reporting to the CEO and Group Director of Mission Integration (GDMI), you will be a collaborative and vibrant leader who can provide strong and inclusive leadership that embeds the Mission and Values at the hospital, be a key operational advisor that can articulate and encourage distinctive patient care and be a crucial driver in influencing organisational performance, change and direction. If you possess a qualification in Theology, Scripture, Ethics, Ministry or similar, have a demonstrated ability to lead organisational change in a Catholic Mission and Values context and are able to build strong and collegial relationships with leaders we would love to hear from you. This position will be offered on a permanent full time or part time basis, working a minimum of 60.8 hours per fortnight. The successful candidate should be a practising Catholic, have qualifications in Theology, Scripture, Ethics, Ministry or related studies. Has a demonstrated capacity to articulate and integrate the Vision, Mission and Values of St John of God Health Care into everyday actions and behaviours. Demonstrated understanding and application of key theological principles to all aspects of Mission aligned leadership, expertise in developing, presenting and facilitating Formation programs. Demonstrated performance as a strategic leader including the capacity to build collaborative relationships among senior leaders. All applicants must address the Selection Criteria (as detailed on the last page of the Position Description).
St John of God Health Care embraces diversity and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people with disabilities.
Closing date is 7 February 2019 
It is anticipated interviews will be held on February 22, 2019.


The Australian Catholic Bishops Conference (ACBC) mandates the (ACSJC) promote research, education, advocacy and action on social justice, peace and human rights, integrating them deeply into the life of the whole Catholic community in Australia, and providing a credible Catholic voice on these matters in Australian society. The ACSJC is seeking applications for the position of Administrative Officer and the primary objective of this position is to provide administrative support to the National Executive Officer and staff of the Secretariat of the Australian Catholic Social Justice Council (ACSJC) to contribute to the effectiveness of the ACSJC. Provide effective and efficient secretarial and administrative support to the ACSJC Secretariat employees and the Council. Providing secretarial and administrative support in the production and promotion of ACSJC publications and events. Coordinating the sale and distribution of ACSJC publications. Maintaining databases for subscriber mailouts, the monthly newsletter and media releases. Coordinating meetings and annual events including the annual Social Justice Sunday Statement launch. Assisting in the maintenance and updating of the websites of the Australian Catholic Social Justice Council Secretariat, working with consultants as needed. Producing the ‘Events’ and ‘Resources’ sections of the monthly ACSJC Briefing e-newsletter. The successful applicant will have a minimum of three years’ relevant experience. Demonstrated experience in Microsoft Windows operating systems and Microsoft Office software including Microsoft Access and Adobe. Demonstrated ability in basic desktop publishing. A demonstrated ability to communicate orally and in writing with a broad range of people and an ability to work independently with minimum supervision to achieve team outcomes are essential. An understanding of and willingness to work within the mission and identity of the Catholic Church. The application process and Position Description is available from the Office for Employment Relations website at
Applications close on 11 February 2019.


Full-time, Associate Professor/Professor Level D-E
The University of Notre Dame Australia is seeking a highly respected, qualified leader to be the Director of the Nulungu Research Institute, which is located on its Broome Campus in Western Australia. Nulungu encourages the pursuit of excellence in research through valuing community-based knowledge. Research expertise covers a wide range of disciplines with specific focus on three core research themes: Country (land, saltwater, freshwater, and desert); Health and Wellbeing; and Education. This appointment presents an outstanding opportunity to develop and implement the Nulungu Strategic Plan and lead the research priorities of Nulungu, especially the Aboriginal and Rural Health Research focus. The Director, Nulungu Research Institute will be strongly supportive of the Objects of the University with a distinguished research profile, significant success in competitive research grants and an outstanding publication record in fields related to the research priorities of Nulungu. Candidates will have demonstrated prior experience in leadership and directorial roles, possess exceptional relationship building skills and be well versed in the nuances around cultural and language sensitivities. The University of Notre Dame Australia seeks to encourage and promote a diverse and culturally sensitive workforce. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are accepted as such by the community in which they live or have lived, and who meet the requirements of this position are strongly encouraged to apply. To be considered for this position, applications should address the selection criteria as listed in the application pack. Please see For general enquiries and applications please email
Applications close, 9am (WST) Monday 25 February 2019.
The University reserves the right to appoint by invitation or to make no appointment at all.