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Centacare is an agency of the Catholic Archdiocese of Perth and our services are proudly based on Catholic values, our Vision encompasses people of all faiths and backgrounds and our services are available to any member of the community without prejudice or discrimination. Centacare is governed by an advisory Board of Directors who provides strategic assistance and support to the Chief Executive Officer. 
We are currently seeking an enthusiastic individual on a voluntary basis to join the Board of Directors. The ideal candidate should have a genuine desire to work with a community service organisation.  A commitment to attend a monthly meeting of which runs for approximately two hours is required. While no specific skills set is defined (a legal background would be highly regarded), we are seeking a person of integrity who is able to bring to the Board knowledge and experience that will contribute to the discussions and support Centacare in its mission to assist people to gain skills that will enable them to have a better life. 
If you are interested, please apply in writing with a short outline of your qualifications and experience along with a cover letter stating why you are interested in this position. All applications should be submitted to the CEO before 20 March 2020 via email to For more information contact Lee-Anne Phillips on 08 9482 7000.

Applications are invited for the role of Coordinator (Youth) within the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference, National Centre of Evangelisation (NCE) (Formation, Youth & Lay Participation). The role primarily contributes to the support of youth and youth evangelisation resources, projects, events, and networks as part of the mission of the NCE. The successful candidate will have qualifications in Catholic Theology or Pastoral studies with high-level experience in working with young people. They will have experience in planning and writing resources, strategic management of large events, networking and partnership management, with strong skills in media and new technology. The successful candidate will be available during regular business hours and, on occasion, for evening and weekend work.  Applications close at 4pm (AESDT) Monday March 2, 2020

A copy of the position description is available from
Applications will include a succinct cover letter (no more than two pages) addressing the “knowledge, skills & experience” requirements found in the position description. A current résumé and the contact details of three referees must also be provided. Referees will only be contacted if an applicant is shortlisted.  Letters of application are to be addressed to the Employment Relations Manager and emailed to
Please note: All applications will be acknowledged on receipt by return email.

The Australian Catholic Bishops Conference is an equal employment opportunity employer and promotes and supports a family friendly workplace. The successful applicant must be eligible to work in Australia and may be required to provide a Working with Children Check or a suitable Police Check as part of the recruitment process. The Australian Catholic Bishops Conference respects your privacy.  In applying for this position, you will be providing The Australian Catholic Bishops Conference with personal including sensitive information. We can be contacted on 0447 238 432.  To find out more about how we will treat this information, please access our privacy collection notice from