Jobs – Programs Manager – NSW

Job at Hepatitis NSW:


Programs Manager

Full-time, 35 hours per week (on-going contract)

Salary $74,493 base ($82,575 including superannuation and annual leave loading)

Full salary packaging is available.

We are seeking a highly motivated person to join our team. Reporting to the Deputy Chief Executive Officer, your primary responsibility is to coordinate, strategically develop and manage our programs team which includes our education projects (workforce development, capacity building, and Aboriginal projects) and our Community Support services (Hepatitis Infoline, treatment access and support projects, Peer Projects and Counselling).

You will supervise and manage a small team including casual staff and volunteers. You will also contribute to the planning and development of our general service delivery programs and to policy development.

Your demonstrated experience includes:

  • Education, training, and group work
  • An understanding of one or more of the following: counselling, chronic disease self-management or social work
  • Staff recruitment and management
  • An understanding of access and equity issues.


You will have the ability to develop a thorough understanding of medical and social implications of viral hepatitis, as well as a commitment to harm reduction and health promotion concepts as they relate to injecting drug use.

You also have relevant qualifications or experience in social services, health or education, excellent verbal and written communication skills, and exceptional organisational abilities

Closing date: 9am Thursday 12 April 2018

Interviews: Week commencing 16 April 2018


A job pack containing job description, selection criteria, terms and conditions of employment and a guide for job applicants must be obtained before applying.



Our offices are in Surry Hills, Sydney and are wheelchair-accessible.

  • Hepatitis NSW is committed to the ideal of equal opportunity in employment and does not discriminate against applicants or employees on any grounds.
  • People with lived experience of viral hepatitis are encouraged to apply.
  • We also encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.