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Sales Consultant (Former Employee) –  Adelaide SA21 June 2015
WVA works in sales and sponsorships coming from the general public. I received a massive training in sales which I enjoyed. The sponsorships are sold in person and there are targets as any other sales company. It's important to develop a tasks for the work and product in case. The social cause behind is a strong motivator for this kind of job.
supervision, management, training, the atmosphere at work
salary, long distances and hours
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Currently employed by World Vision, Australia Programs, as the Program Manager for Young Mob Leaders Program.
Program Manager, Young Mob Leaders Program (Current Employee) –  Sydney31 March 2014
Within this role I am responsible for program implementation of an Indigenous Cultural Program that builds capacity and confidence in Indigenous Young People within high schools and Juvenile Justice and managing a small team. Key functions are:

• Undertake internal and external community and stakeholder consultations in order to successfully plan and implement the project.
• In collaboration with project team and partners, lead the successful implementation of activities including the development of curriculum and training for facilitators
• Lead annual implementation planning for project taking into account feedback from stakeholders, team learnings and project monitoring and evaluation, as well as quarterly review of planned activities.
• Explore and link the Project to services and programs available in the region and lead partnership development to achieve project outcomes.
• Undertake meetings to ensure progress towards project outcomes, stakeholders are appropriately engaged and community engagement and ownership of development outcomes increasing.
• Ensure project and resources are managed in line with standard WVA policies and requirements including budget management.
• Manage contract negotiations and be accountable for contract management (both income and expenditure contracts)

Adaptive Development Practice

• Ensure the project design and planned activities are responsive to changing needs of community, partners and changes in the social and political environment.
• Lead project team and work collaboratively with the Technical team as required to monitor
  more... progress of project, lead action learning, as well as determine adjustments to either project design or how the project is manage to achieve project outcomes.
• Prepare project reports as required (narrative and financial) in line with WV requirement s.
• Work closely with Project Facilitators, WVA Coordinators, and stakeholders to share information and document lessons learned for the wider sector.
• Be informed of the wider Australia Program and WVA organization to ensure WVA lessons learned, development models and approaches inform action learning in the project.
• Manage project data collection system

Manage a Team

• Manage and support the staff to effectively carry out their roles.
• In collaboration with the Project staff, provide leadership and management for facilitators in the Project including; identify, mentor and support positions as appropriate.
• As required make recommendations on operational staffing changes to ensure project outcomes are achieved.
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