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P&C Coordinator

Make a Difference and Create Opportunities

If you are looking for a once in a lifetime opportunity to lead transformational change in an organisation that is helping to shape local communities contact Community First Step (CFS).

With a history that spans over 50 years, our purpose is empowering the people of Southwest Sydney to overcome disadvantage and barriers to personal, social and economic growth by delivering inclusive and innovative services and supporting capacity building. CFS services include community development, case work, psychosocial and educational programs, disability services and children's services.

We are currently seeking a motivated and experienced People and Culture Coordinator (PCC).

About this opportunity:

Reporting to the Executive Manager, People and Culture, the PCC will will develop and implement administrative support for the People and Culture team that facilitates and ensures the timely and accurate delivery of services to support the recruitment-to-retirement employment lifecycle as well as key strategic initiatives. You will be committed to work environments where Community First Step’s employees, students, volunteers and contractors thrive in, while upholding the organisation’s vision and purpose of helping communities in Southwest Sydney to thrive.

About you:

You will bring the following attributes and skills to this role:

  • Minimum of a Diploma in Human Resources, HR Management or Business Administration. 

  • A minimum of 2-3 years’ experience within Human Resources in the community sector.

  • Demonstrated experience supporting people and culture work, including recruitment, onboarding, cultural and engagement activities, legal compliance and WH&S.

  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal or written, and the know-how to change your style of communication depending on the audience.

  • Demonstrated competence in Employment Hero, the cloud-based HR platform

  • Proven ability to create useful resources that help people in their day-to-day work, from a how-to guide for interviews to spreadsheets to track performance reviews.

  • Excellent organisation, project and time management skills

  • Ability to work autonomously and as a supportive team player i.e can take a task and run with it but also look to contribute to the team

  • A current NDIS Worker Screening Check.

  • A current Working with Children Check


  • Be passionate about social justice and community empowerment, likely through work with non-profit organisations, social justice movements, or community-based organisations.

  • Have a high level of communication skills with the capacity to work with culturally and linguistically diverse communities.

  • Be able to establish and maintain effective relationships with internal and external stakeholders.

  • Demonstrate a commitment to Work Health and Safety and CFS’ Cultural Diversity Principles.

  • Hold current First Aid and CPR certificates.


Benefits available at CFS include:

  • Generous salary packaging of up to $18.5K per annum

  • 17.5% Leave Loading

  • Two paid Gifted Days annually (pro rata)

  • Employee Assistance Program (counseling and mental health support)

  • Career development opportunities

  • Hybrid work

  • Discounted childcare.


The closing date for applications is COB Friday the 19th of July 2024.


For further information about this role email

Applicants should include a cover letter addressing the attributes and skills listed above with a current resume. Please note that we review applications regularly so don’t hesitate to apply. However, we only contact applicants selected for interviews.

Our workforce is as diverse as the communities we serve, and we encourage First Nations people as well as people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, of any faith or gender identity to apply.

All Community First Step positions are subject to a Working with Children Check (WWCC) and a National Disability Insurance Scheme Worker Screening Check (NDISWC).

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