Work At ACON

Work At ACON

 

 

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

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 vacancy@acon.org.au

Application Checklist

Application Checklist

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

 

 

Current Vacancies

Individual Capacity Building Project Officer, LGBTQ People with Disability Project

ACON is seeking a dedicated person who loves community engagement and believes in community co-design. This person will lead in the development and delivery of a series of workshops which aim to empower LGBTQ+ people with disability to advocate for their unique needs and navigate the NDIS.

The successful applicant will have lived experience of disability and the confidence to run workshops and training for other professionals.

We’re offering an opportunity to improve the lives of LGBTQ+ people with disability nationally.

ACON offers a professional, inclusive and rewarding workplace. Our staff 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.

This position is located at the ACON Sydney Office and is offered on a full-time basis for a 1-year contract.

A competitive salary of $69-73K per annum + super + leave loading. Generous salary packaging options are also available.

Applicants must be comfortable working in an LGBTQ community organisation.

For further information regarding this position, please contact Kai Noonan, Associate Director of Health programming and Development, knoonan@acon.org.au or 0429 182 652.

Applications close 30 August 2020.

Download: Individual Capacity Building Project Officer, LGBTQ People with Disability Project July 20 Job Pack (58kb)

Campaign Lead, Primary Prevention of Sexual, Domestic and Family Violence

ACON is seeking a creative and passionate person to lead the development, implementation and evaluation of a series of national sexual, domestic and family violence primary prevention campaigns and activities specifically targeting LGBTQ+ communities. The project will include visual campaigns, content for online social media channels and websites, printed resources, engaging with mainstream media outlets and other community engagement strategies.

The successful applicant will have experience in conceptualising, developing, delivering and evaluating campaigns or similar, with an understanding of how to produce clear and engaging visual content, with an eye for design. The applicant will be able to demonstrate an understanding of LGBTQ identities and relationships.

We’re offering a rare and unique opportunity to have a positive impact nationally.

ACON offers a professional, inclusive and rewarding workplace. Our staff 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.

This position is located at the ACON Sydney Office and is 21 hours per week on a 2-year contract.

A competitive salary of $69K per annum (pro rata) + super + leave loading. Generous salary packaging options are also available.

Applicants must be comfortable working in an LGBTQ community organisation.

For further information regarding this position, please contact Kai Noonan, Associate Director of Health Programming and Development at knoonan@acon.org.au.

Applications close Sunday 30 August 2020.

Download: Campaign Lead, Primary Prevention of Sexual, Domestic and Family Violence July 20 Job Pack (58kb)

 

Find Out More

For more information about ACON recruitment, please contact ACON’s Human Resources Team:
vacancy@acon.org.au
(02) 9206 2000