Job vacancies

At CBB we offer a positive, flexible and family-friendly workplace whilst maintaining high quality outcomes for our clients and customers. We are an equal opportunity employer.

Job vacancies at CBB will usually be advertised on this page and applications invited at the time. If no vacancies exist, general enquiries and expressions of interest including a covering letter and CV, may be sent to hr@cbb.com.au.

Marketing Consultant

Community Business Bureau (CBB) works with Not for Profits Australia–wide to help them be better at what they do by delivering personalised and cost-effective services. CBB is a unique organisation with an exciting business model – a social enterprise which operates a fee-for-service business with a clear social purpose. We provide salary packaging services, management consulting, HR, finance, & accounting, and marketing solutions to the NFP sector.

CBB’s Consulting and Business Services area is looking to expand our marketing team to meet our client demands.  The Marketing Consultant will report to the Senior Marketing Consultant and will work closely to provide agreed services and deliverables.

This position will be responsible for:

  • research and development of integrated marketing communication plans
  • day to day account management of defined client portfolio
  • end to end project management of service agreements and delivery of agreed products and services
  • provision of one-to-one client training, advice and general communications support
  • meeting defined KPIs.

The successful candidate will have a qualification in Marketing or Communications, or can demonstrate equivalent professional experience, combined with a minimum of two years experience in a client facing, project management or coordination role.  Some intra and interstate travel is expected in this role as is the requirement of a satisfactory Police Check.

We are looking for someone to join our team who has:

  • strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • experience in campaign planning and management
  • skills in writing appealing content for diverse audiences across a range of mediums
  • the ability to work collaboratively as part of a multi-disciplinary team of consultants
  • a high degree of personal organisation and strong work ethic
  • the energy and resilience to work in a fast paced, customer focused  environment.

If you believe that you possess what we are looking for, we would love to hear from you. This position is offered on a full-time 24 month contract basis.

A position description can be found here.

Any further enquiries can be directed to Meg Drechsler via email: mdrechsler@cbb.com.au

All applications including a Cover Letter (2 pages maximum) and Resume must be lodged through Seek by 9am Monday 5 June 2017.

 

NDIS Transition Lead Consultant

Community Business Bureau (CBB) is a not for profit social enterprise that provides business services, consulting and salary packaging to not for profits on a fee-for-service model. CBB has been awarded a contract by the Government of South Australia Department for Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI) to support disability service providers across South Australia to transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). The support will take the form of business model transformation, action planning, mentoring and access to specialist services to address action plan priorities.  We anticipate that over 80 disability service providers will participate in the program by the end of June 2018. These service providers will include a mix of government and non-government agencies.

Reporting to the General Manager for Consulting and Business Services, the role of NDIS Transition Lead Consultant will see you responsible for managing the delivery of impactful consulting support to disability service providers participating in the program and ensuring that consulting resources are deployed effectively and provide high quality support.

The role includes tracking progress and impact, and capturing learning to inform the continuous improvement of products and services developed and delivered. The NDIS Transition Lead Consultant will be responsible for managing key relationships, and will also consult directly to a small caseload of service providers.

The successful applicant will have experience in end to end management of business transformation and experience and achievement in consulting and / or advisory services. With a proven track record of successfully delivering projects from inception to completion and demonstrated expertise in managing quality, performance and efficiency of project resources, you will have a sound understanding of the community sector and be sensitive to the complexities of delivering human services in a changing context.

To be considered for the role, you will have

  • Demonstrated success in change management – particularly in business model transformation and organisation turnaround
  • Demonstrated success in leadership/senior management roles in fee-for-service organisations
  • Demonstrated success in delivering consulting services at a senior level (board and executive)
  • Proven success in mentoring senior executives through periods of change
  • Demonstrated success in managing multiple, simultaneous clients/projects to scope, cost and time
  • Demonstrated success in managing multiple, multi-disciplinary resources to deliver quality results within a tight timescale and budget
  • Good understanding of the not for profit, social enterprise and government sectors
  • A strong understanding of NDIS, the disability sector and the needs of organisations transitioning to the NDIS model
  • Practical experience of measuring impact

Click to download the position description.Please send your resumé to consulting@cbb.com.au by close of business on Monday 29 May.

 

NDIS Transition Consultant

Community Business Bureau (CBB) is a not for profit social enterprise that provides business services, consulting and salary packaging to not for profits on a fee-for-service model. CBB has been awarded a contract by the Government of South Australia Department for Communities and Social Inclusion (DCSI) to support disability service providers across South Australia to transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). The support will take the form of business model transformation, action planning, mentoring and access to specialist services to address action plan priorities.  We anticipate that over 80 disability service providers will participate in the program by the end of June 2018. These service providers will include a mix of not for profit and government agencies.

Reporting to the Lead Consultant, the role of NDIS Transition Consultant will see you provide impactful consulting support and guidance to disability service providers participating in the project.

Consultants will lead service providers through a structured process reviewing existing business models and identifying and addressing barriers to NDIS transition.

You will be responsible for guiding organisations on the development of action plans to transform their business models and you will mentor them to implement solutions to position the organisation to emerge as a quality and sustainable provider in the new NDIS competitive market.

The successful applicant will have experience in change management activities relevant to business model transformation. With a proven track record of successfully delivering projects from inception to completion and demonstrated expertise in supporting people through significant reform, you will have a sound understanding of the community sector and be sensitive to the complexities of delivering human services in a changing context.

To be considered for the role, you will  have

  • Demonstrated success in change management – particularly in business model transformation and organisation turnaround
  • Demonstrated success in leadership/senior management roles in fee for service organisations
  • Demonstrated success in delivering consulting services at a senior level (board and executive)
  • Proven success in mentoring senior executives through periods of change
  • Demonstrated success in managing multiple, simultaneous clients/projects to scope, cost and time
  • Good understanding of the not for profit, social enterprise and government sectors
  • A strong understanding of NDIS, the disability sector and the needs of organisations transitioning to the NDIS model

Click to download the position description.

Please send your resumé to consulting@cbb.com.au by close of business on Monday 29 May.

 

Independent Consultant

Community Business Bureau (CBB) is a not for profit social enterprise that provides business services, consulting and salary packaging to not for profits on a fee-for-service model. Our clients work across the full range of not for profit activities, including areas currently affected by major structural change, such as disability and aged care.

CBB is seeking expressions of interest from consultants with experience in providing consulting and business services to not for profits in the following areas:

  • business model transformation
  • change management
  • service design
  • marketing
  • financial management and accounting
  • people and culture
  • IT – particularly case management and customer relationship management systems

Your consulting skills should include:

  • workshop facilitation
  • action planning
  • mentoring senior executives
  • high level oral and written communication skills, including presentations and written reports

We welcome interest from consultants with a proven track record of successfully delivering projects from inception to completion and demonstrated expertise in supporting people through significant reform. You will have a sound understanding of the community sector and be sensitive to the complexities of delivering human services within a changing context.

Please send your resumé to consulting@cbb.com.au by close of business on Monday 22 May.

 

Systems Support Officer

We are looking for a Systems Support Officer who is a great learner, researcher and problem solver to join the CBB team. You will provide IT support to up to 45 staff of CBB in their endeavours to provide quality Salary Packaging and Management Consulting services to the not for profit sector.  You will be exposed to a range of Microsoft technologies, Virtual Environments and work in an ever changing and growing IT environment with numerous projects to work on and great staff to work with.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Desktop support and Troubleshooting of applications and hardware to users in conjunction with various contractors
  • Domain Controller and Active Directory maintenance
  • Backups and DR management
  • Remote assistance of offsite users
  • Be a technical resource in various IT projects mainly in Microsoft technologies such as SharePoint and CRM
  • Support the IT Manager in providing assessment of procurement options and technical solutions
  • Flexibility of hours and ability to support emergency after-hours work or upgrades if required

We would like you to have these skills/attributes:

  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in a similar role
  • Demonstrated ability to learn independently and problem solve technical issues
  • Demonstrated ability to write and maintain complex SQL queries
  • Ability to provide desktop level support for applications and hardware
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to multi-task, there will be competing priorities to manage
  • A passion for technology and a desire to learn new things
  • A community focus
  • A sense of humour

It would be a distinct advantage to have experience in:

  • Microsoft SharePoint and CRM
  • .NET development in C#
  • VMWare and Veeam Backup
  • Mitel VOIP Technologies
  • SQL Reporting Services for query writing and maintenance

If this role is of interest to you, we would like to hear from you.  Please send an email to hr@cbb.com.au with the subject ‘Systems Support Officer Position’ and attach two documents; your resume and a document addressing the above required skills and attributes (Word or PDF).

For an informal conversation about the role, please contact Bruno Delgadinho, Manager, IT Services on bdelgadinho@cbb.com.au.