$120,000 - $140,000
About the business and the role
This is an exciting and challenging opportunity for an experienced educator and manager with the right skills and extensive knowledge of current school library issues, to continue to take the School Library Association of Victoria (SLAV) forward at this pivotal time.
The School Library Association of Victoria (SLAV) is the Professional body for School Libraries in Victoria and is a not-for-profit, membership-based professional association representing school libraries and school library personnel from government, independent and catholic schools across Victoria.
Job tasks and responsibilities
The role of the Executive Officer is to manage the programs and activities that enact the Association's mission of:
The Executive Officer will work in collaboration with the SLAV Committee of Management and Council. For a detailed outline of the duties associated with this role please refer to the SLAV Website - https://slav.org.au/Employment-Opportunities
Skills and experience
The successful applicant will demonstrate the following:
Job benefits and perks
In return, we can offer a supportive working environment, flexible working conditions and a negotiable remuneration package. There is flexibility to work from home for the successful candidate.
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