• Working at Taralye is very rewarding and challenging. Our employees are truly passionate about helping hearing impaired and community children reach their full potential.

    Taralye, a not-for-profit organisation, is a leader in the provision of services for children who are deaf throughout Victoria. Established in 1968, Taralye’s vision is that “Children who are deaf will listen, learn and speak to their full potential”. Services include an audiology/otology clinic, an early intervention program, inclusive early childhood programs and support for school-aged children.

    Taralye is an equal opportunity employer and a child-safe organisation. The preferred applicants will need to satisfactorily complete pre-employment checks including a National Police Check and Working With Children Check.

    Vacant positions will be advertised here when they become available, or if you have the drive to join our hard-working team and would like to express an interest to work at Taralye, please email information@taralye.vic.edu.au with a brief covering letter and your resume.

  • Community Relations Coordinator (6 days per fortnight)

    An opportunity exists for an enthusiastic and dedicated Community Relations Coordinator on a part-time basis.  This is a diverse role in a small team with a number of key accountabilities.

    Reporting to the Director Fundraising & Community Relations, the successful applicant will:

    • Manage the Small Change Box program
    • Recruit and manage volunteers
    • Develop fundraising opportunities through third party events (recruit participants to run, walk or take up a challenge)
    • Grow income from community groups such as schools, sports clubs, rotary and other clubs
    • Manage our portfolio of event fundraising and stewardship events
    • Coordinate Taralye Market Day
    • Support Taralye families and friends to run their own fundraising event
    • Network within the community and raise the profile of Taralye

    For more information see our seek ad and download the position description.

    For an informal discussion please contact James Worladge, Director Fundraising & Community Relations on (03) 9875 6616.  Potential candidates are invited to submit an application addressing the key selection criteria of the position description and including the names of two referees by email by 5.00pm Friday 19th May 2017:

    James Worladge
    Director Fundraising & Community Relations
    Taralye – the oral language centre for deaf children
    PO Box 113, Blackburn, VIC 3130

    Email: information@taralye.vic.edu.au

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