OzHarvest Careers

OzHarvest Opportunities

Exciting News – We’re Hiring!

Sydney

Payroll Officer – Part-time

We are looking for a proactive and positive Payroll Office to be responsible for effectively managing all aspects of the OzHarvest Payroll and other General Accounts functions.  You will be reporting to the Financial Controller and will be instrumental in delivering a warm and effective payroll service that enables our OzHarvest family to be paid in a timely and accurate way, to maximise the packaging opportunities available to them and to support our team leaders to maintain their rostering systems.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

Payroll

  • In conjunction with People & Culture team, ensure all payroll changes are updated and maintained in Employment Hero
  • Liaise with Logistics and Chef coordinators to maintain rostering system and ensure accuracy of payroll/shift/overtime data
  • Prepare and Manage weekly & fortnightly payrolls
  • Prepare and pay Superannuation to nominated super accounts monthly
  • Prepare and post annual leave and long service leave provisions
  • Preparation of Payroll General Ledger reconciliations (from Xero)
  • Process and manage staff expense reimbursements
  • Preparation of month end reports and workers compensation lodgements
  • Processing journals as required
  • Coordination of staff salary packaging with external provider
  • Assist with forecasting and budgeting as required

General Accounts

  • Assist with general banking tasks or any other duties as reasonably required

 

To be successful in this role you will have…

  • 3+ years’ experience in a similar position and a strong team member
  • Experience using a cloud-based payroll system (especially Employment Hero) and knowledge of awards, rostering, timesheets, leave, overtime, terminations, superannuation, workers compensation, and PAYG.
  • Strong MS Excel skills, high attention to detail
  • Experience using Xero accounting software and experience with charity salary packaging benefits is highly desirable

Above all, our ideal candidate will be passionate about the OzHarvest cause and find personal purpose in the ability to Nourish our Country.

Please note that you must have a valid and current Police Check and Working With Children Check (employee status) for this role.

To learn more about the duties and responsibilities please review the attached Job Description

Don’t delay sending through your application! We’re looking to fill this opportunity promptly. Please send through a PDF copy of your current CV and Cover Letter addressing the selection criteria to Matt Holmes at [email protected], using the subject line: Payroll Office – Part Time 

 

Brand Marketing Executive 

We are looking for a proactive and positive Brand Marketing Executive who can passionately communicate the OzHarvest brand and core messages with our key stakeholders such as financial and food donors, volunteers and the community which we support. From BAU to campaign activations, the Brand Marketing Executive will have the opportunity to be involved in and support all facets of OzHarvest.

Reporting into the Head of Marketing and Communications, the Brand Marketing Executive will be instrumental to the development of the OzHarvest brand strategy, with full responsibility for ongoing execution, evaluation and reporting. In addition to BAU and campaign execution, the role will act as the brand custodian for OzHarvest, working with the national and state teams to ensure all external facing communications are to the OzHarvest brand standard.

Key duties and responsibilities

  • Representing the brand externally to partners and other key stakeholders
  • Supporting the National Fundraising Team through both brand and digital expertise and value
  • Supporting the State Teams around Australia in guiding them to make decisions that correctly reflect the brand values and purpose
  • Ongoing social media management, including the management and scheduling of content

To be successful in this role

  • 3+ years in an Advertising Agency or Client-side role with Marketing experience
  • Prior experience in brand management ideal
  • Digital knowledge with a focus on social media, content marketing and campaigns
  • Prior experience with Salesforce Marketing Cloud ideal
  • Working With Children Check (employee status) 
  • Valid and current Police Check

The successful candidate for the role will have the ability to harness the spirit and passion of OzHarvest in the online sphere, using our owned assets to expand our reach and meet internal campaign objectives. Above all, our ideal candidate will be passionate about the OzHarvest cause and find personal purpose in the ability to Nourish our Country.

To learn more about the duties and responsibilities please review the attached Job Description

Don’t delay sending through your application! We’re looking to fill this opportunity promptly. Please send through a PDF copy of your current CV and Cover Letter addressing the selection criteria to Ashley Killeen at [email protected], using the subject line: Brand Marketing Manager

Nourish Coordinator

We are seeking a dedicated and passionate trainer to coordinate the delivery of our Nourish Program in Sydney. This unique and rewarding opportunity includes facilitation of a Certificate II in Kitchen Operations or Hospitality, maintaining and developing course materials, student recruitment and welfare, and building ongoing relationships with our agencies, food donors, industry connections and partnering Registered Training Organisation (RTO).

This role has a substantial requirement to provide mentorship, guidance and support to the participants during and post course completion. It involves helping them to achieve their educational and developmental potential, navigate personal and social situations, and facilitating opportunities for the individual to build community connections.

The OzHarvest Nourish Program is a hospitality focused pathway to self-sustainability, engagement and employment for at-risk youth aged 16-25. The program is endorsed by an RTO partner and is designed with a blend of foundation skills and hospitality training to best prepare the young people for study and employment. Participants complete a 19-week program that is inclusive of a nationally recognised Certificate II.

To be successful in this role

  • 5+ years’ cooking commercially or as a culinary/hospitality trainer or instructor
  • Certificate IV in Training & Assessment: TAE40116 or TAE40110 and the following two units of competency: TAELLN411 Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills, TAEASS502 Design and develop assessment tools
  • Management experience working within education/social work/ youth service
  • First Aid Certificate or equivalent
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, including strong written, presentation and verbal skills across phone and email and in person.
  • Current and valid Police Check and Working with Children Check (employee status)

To learn more about the duties and responsibilities please review the attached Job Description

If this sounds like the perfect role for you, we’d love to hear from you! Please send through a PDF copy of your current CV and covering letter addressing the above selection criteria to Dan Baynes at [email protected], using the subject line: Nourish Coordinator 

 

Nourish Assistant

Our Nourish Program in Sydney is looking for an Assistant to work three days a week assisting in all areas of our dynamic and fast paced course. Duties in this role would include, aspects of course facilitation, developing course materials and resources in collaboration with the Sydney Nourish Coordinator, assisting in a kitchen learning environment, office administration tasks and extra off-site and work experience activities as part of the program.

If you have a hospitality background, experience teaching/training (TAE) and experience working with at risk youth, we would love to hear from you!

The OzHarvest Nourish Program is a hospitality focused pathway to self-sustainability, engagement and employment for at-risk youth aged 16-25. The program is endorsed by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) partner and is designed with a blend of foundation skills and hospitality training to best prepare the young people for study and employment. Participants complete a 19-week program that is inclusive of a nationally recognised Certificate II.

To be successful in this role

  • Certificate IV in Training & Assessment: TAE40116 or TAE40110 and the following two units of competency: TAELLN411 Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills, TAEASS502 Design and develop assessment tools
  • Formal cookery/hospitality qualification and industry currency in cookery/hospitality
  • First Aid or equivalent
  • A natural affiliation with young people and the capability to work as a mentor
  • Current and Valid Police Check and Working With Children Check (employee status)

To learn more about the duties and responsibilities please review the attached Job Description

If this sounds like the perfect role for you, we’d love to hear from you! Please send through a PDF copy of your current CV and covering letter addressing the above selection criteria to Dan Baynes at [email protected], using the subject line: Nourish Assistant 

Chef Administrator 

Share your love of food and make a difference! We’re looking for a Chef Administrator to support our Cooking for a Cause Program (CFAC). This role is best suited to a dynamic individual with a strong interest in preventing food waste and teaching others. A major skill set of this role is to have the ability to advocate for, coach, communicate and aid our team of Chefs and Volunteers supporting the program. An important part of this role is WHS administration, incidents, rostering and improvement plans

Key duties and responsibilities

  • Collaborate on the budget for all Catering,  CFAC classes and CFAC events that are held offsite
  • Gather and respond to feedback from chefs to NSW State Manager and Executive Chef with suggestions and action plans for continuous improvement
  • Develop and pilot improvement plans through technology support
  • Lead the application of the WHS framework within the Sydney kitchens
  • Research and support recipe writing and development for catering events

To be successful in this role

  • Certificate II in Hospitality
  • 7 years’ full time experience inclusive of approved professional cookery training 
  • Food Safety Supervisor trained 
  • Working With Children Check (employee status) 
  • Valid and current Police Check

To learn more about the duties and responsibilities please review the attached Job Description

Don’t delay sending through your application! We’re looking to fill this opportunity promptly. Please send through a PDF copy of your current CV and Cover Letter addressing the selection criteria to Travis Harvey at [email protected], using the subject line: Chef Administrator 

Casual Chefs

Melbourne, Perth and Sydney

We are looking to add to our pool of Melbourne, Perth and Sydney casual chefs to help us facilitate our unique and inspiring corporate engagement program, Cooking for a Cause.

This is an exciting role best suited to chefs with a passion for sharing their knowledge and skills, while also educating people in the prevention of food waste.

The chef is responsible for leading corporate participants through a hands-on cooking class, using rescued produce to create nutritious meals that are then delivered to people in need. All classes are run in our professional kitchens and occasionally in pop-up spaces.

The chef must be able to relate with people from diverse backgrounds (especially corporates and volunteers), comfortable addressing a group and have the ability to oversee, and support volunteers and additional chefs who are also involved in the program.

Ideal candidates for the role will have at least 5 years’ experience cooking in restaurants or as a culinary instructor. They will be able to run cooking sessions, improvise recipes and produce high quality food.

Please note that you must have a Police Check and Working With Children Check for this role.

Please send your resume with a cover letter to [email protected]