Position Vacant: Hobart Women’s Shelter Program and Project Manager

Beng Poh

Hobart Women’s Shelter is seeking an experienced senior Program and Project Manager who is passionate about gender equality and wants to work with a team of supportive women committed to making a positive difference to the lives of women and children experiencing violence and/or homelessness.

PalliTalk: Member Community of Practice Meeting

Beng Poh

PalliTalk is a new bi-monthly community of practice meeting for the Palliative Care sector in Tasmania. In these online facilitated sessions bring together members from diverse parts of our sector to share ideas, help to shape best practice, discuss solutions to difficult issues, meet new people and collaborate.

Leadership Network Fireside Chat: The Future of Hybrid Working

cameron@tascoss.org.au

A Future Social Service Institute (FSSI) would like to invite you to please join us for the first FSSI Fireside Chat for 2021, with our fabulous guest speakers Shelley Abrams from Medibank and Michal Morris from inTouch Multicultural Centre Against Family Violence, and host Micaela Cronin, discussing the future of hybrid working as we move into 2021.

Red Thread Charity Gala 2021

Tasmanian Council on Aids, Hepatitis & Related Diseases

Please join the Tasmanian Council on AIDS, Hepatitis, and Related Diseases for the second annual Red Thread Charity Gala.

Shelter Tasmania Advice regarding Support for Tenants and Landlords

cameron@tascoss.org.au

Shelter Tasmania will maintain a watching brief on the ongoing impacts on tenants in the private rental market as these changes come into effect. We know the COVID-19 crisis is not over yet, and it remains vital that all Tasmanians maintain a safe and affordable home.

Position Vacant: YFCC Board

cameron@tascoss.org.au

YFCC are seeking a young person (18-24 years) to join their Board of Governance to help guide the organisation in the direction needed to best support young people and families in the community.

Brief Intervention Scaffold Workshop

Beng Poh

DEN has a training opportunity for community services students, new entrants to the community service sector, and for organisation support roles who have contact with people experiencing negative impacts from alcohol or other drugs.