ACON offers a colourful, nurturing and fun workplace.
Our staff and volunteers are the foundation for our ongoing effectiveness. We are committed to our employee’s professional development and engagement – ensuring we build our capabilities with people that have the right values, attitudes, skills and knowledge.
ACON is an EEO employer. As part of our commitment to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace, people with HIV, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.
For all job details, download the relevant job pack.
How To Apply
1) Download and follow the instructions within the relevant job pack.
2) Download and complete the ACON Employment Application Form
3) Address the selection criteria as outlined in the job pack.
4) Submit a copy of your resume (CV) including referees and cover letter.
5) Email your complete application to firstname.lastname@example.org
Before you submit your application, ensure you have the following:
- Completed ACON Employment Application form
- Document addressing the selection criteria as outlined in the position description
- Copy of your resume (CV) including referees
- Cover letter
Join the Pride in Health + Wellbeing team and help Australian health, wellbeing and human service organisations deliver best practice LGBTQ inclusive care.
Pride in Health + Wellbeing is an ACON Pride Inclusion Program, specifically designed to assist organisations of all levels with making their services more LGBTQ inclusive to break down the barriers the community face in accessing services, and to eventually improve the overall health of sexuality and gender diverse communities.
Pride in Health + Wellbeing sits within ACON’s Pride Inclusion Programs alongside Pride in Diversity and Pride in Sport.
ACON is Australia’s largest LGBTQ health organisation, focusing on inclusion, diversity, health and wellbeing, HIV prevention and support services. We are a fiercely proud community organisation. For our entire history, the work of ACON has been designed by and for our communities. We provide a range of services designed to improve the health and wellbeing of our communities.
- Highly engaged, motivated, and proactive
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Passionate about LGBTQ diversity and inclusion in the health and wellbeing sector
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team
- Exceptional influencing and stakeholder management experience
Reporting to the Pride in Health + Wellbeing National Program Manager, our new Pride in Health + Wellbeing Relationship Manager will have a strong track record in relationship and stakeholder management and support as a trusted advisor.
This role will initially be a 0.6 FTE position, working three days per week, for a 1year contract. It is anticipated that as the program grows the role will also extend to 1.0 FTE (full time) with possibility of a contract extension beyond the original 1 year.
This is a busy and highly rewarding role for a person with an interest in inclusive care, removing barriers to accessing services and the health of the LGBTQ community. We encourage people with lived experience of mental health, alcohol and drug use, family violence, homelessness, receiving disability support, or other care services to apply. We also encourage Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people, as well as people who are gender or sexuality diverse to apply.
For more information about the role please contact, Claire Allen, Pride in Health + Wellbeing National Program Manager at email@example.com or 0419 583 034.
For more information about the Pride in Health + Wellbeing program, please visit www.prideinhealth.com.au
Applications close 11:59pm, Sunday 8 August 2021.
Download: Job Pack – Relationship Manager PIHW
Our client services team provide a range of counselling and care coordination services designed to improve the health and wellbeing of our communities. We’re looking for three committed and experienced individuals to join our multi-disciplinary team and help shape the ongoing development of our support services.
ACON provides a colourful, nurturing and fun workplace. We’re offering several opportunities for experienced Allied Health professionals to use their clinical expertise in counselling and care coordination, to support people of diverse sexualities and/or genders who are experiencing mental health difficulties, suicidal crisis, sexual, domestic and family violence and people living and/or affected by HIV. These positions are suited to Allied Health professionals with experience working in the mental health sector and multidisciplinary teams.
Our staff and volunteers are the foundation for our ongoing effectiveness. ACON is committed to our employees’ professional development and engagement – ensuring we build our capabilities with people that have the right values, attitudes, skills and knowledge.
We have three full-time positions available, each working 70 hours per fortnight:
- Two full time roles based in Surry Hills (ACON Sydney)
- One full time role based in Newcastle (ACON Hunter).
The starting annual Total Remuneration Package (TRP) is $88K to $97K commensurate with skills and experience. We also offer tax free benefits that will increase your take home pay.
Applications close Wednesday, 4 August 2021 – 5 PM
For more information about these positions, please contact:
Helen Rowden, Manager Allied Health, firstname.lastname@example.org or (02) 9206 2000
Louise Dunne, Team Leader ACON Hunter Client Services, email@example.com or (02) 4962 7700
Daniel McCarthy, Regional Manager – Hunter, firstname.lastname@example.org or (02) 4962 7700
Download: Job Pack – Care Coordinator – Counsellor
This is a great opportunity for a motivated and reliable grant reporting professional with a commitment to improving services and health outcomes for people of diverse genders and sexualities (LGBTQ+) and people living with HIV.
ACON is Australia’s largest organisation specialising in community health, inclusion, and HIV responses for people of diverse sexualities and genders. We provide a range of services designed to improve the health and wellbeing of our communities.
- We’re looking for a motivated and reliable professional to use their coordination, analytical and planning skills to ensure ACON continues to meet our grant reporting obligations and improve our programs. The position also coordinates grant writing and planning activities to guide the development of new services and strategic initiatives.
The ability to interrogate client/service data, ensure it is accurate and utilise it to generate clear insights to inform service improvement and development is paramount.
The position is situated within the Policy, Strategy and Research team, working closely with program experts across divisions.
ACON is committed to providing our people with opportunities for professional development and growth, a safe, fun, and flexible work environment, and the scope to deliver innovative community health programs and services.
Salary: $80,216 – $93,903 (gross) plus superannuation and leave loading, commensurate with skills and experience.
Location: Surry Hills preferred, with flexible working conditions considered.
For more information about the role, please contact Félix Delhomme, Manager – Policy, Strategy & Research at email@example.com or 0482 168 041.
Applications close 30 August 2021.
All applications must include:
- a completed ACON application form;
- a document addressing the selection criteria in bullet point form (max. 4 pages); and
- your resume (max. 3 pages)
Find Out More
For more information about ACON recruitment, please contact ACON’s Human Resources Team:
(02) 9206 2000