Recruiting! Apply now – due 5pm, Friday, 29th March 2019:
Clunes Neighbourhood House is about to embark on a new (ad)venture, and we need two new employees to work with our Manager to help us achieve our goals. The roles include:
- Co-ordinator: to co-ordinate our volunteers and lead and/or support our programs
- Project Co-ordinator: to develop a new textiles based social enterprise
Clunes Neighbourhood House is a diverse and highly adaptive organisation. While we love to have a laugh and enjoy what we do, we take what we do seriously, using the Nadler and Tushman Congruence Model as a way of thinking about our culture and organisational performance.
Both roles are part-time, short-term contracts that are subject to funding. Address the Key Selection Criteria on the bottom of the Role Description and send your responses, along with your resume to email@example.com
New Committee for 2019
At our Annual General Meeting in late February, we were excited to welcome a new committee for 2019, while sadly saying ‘goodbye’ to others (see March 2019 CNH Newsletter). Our new leadership team includes President, Siobahn Altham (also our Child Safety Officer), Vice President, Vaughan Brown, Treasurer, Fiona Patton and Secretary, Viktoria Bach.
Committee members include Luke O’Connor, Emma Jedwab, Tom Ripon and Jordan Rozanski. View our 2018 Annual Report.
This innovative youth participation program presented to Hepburn Shire Council this month. The team prepped for their presentation in the weeks prior and when asked an impromptu question during the meeting were quick to focus discussion on the need for a footpath connecting the town to the school. Find out more…
The Saturday Project
Life pulls local kids in different directions, while growing up creates new pressures. Having a place where you can chillax (urban dictionary definition: “…calm down and relax, dance to your favourite tune or have friends over.”) is exactly what our kids say they need.
No surprise that mental health researchers agree with them 100%.
Reaching for the Stars!
Not only is Circus back, but we’ve now got the rigging to introduce a whole new range of skills to our Art Attack classes. Big thanks to the other users of the Community Centre space, and Hepburn Shire Council for helping us install rigging for silks and trapeze
Outsmart your smart device. Whether it’s your laptop, iPhone or tablet, discover the tricks you need to know to make it do your bidding! Will Maki’s course was so popular we are going to run it again in the near future.
Watch this space…
Budding Book Entrepreneurs
You say yes and listen to what they’ve got planned!
Contact us on 5345 4078 or follow our facebook page for updates.