Mercy Connect is a local not-for-profit disability service provider who supports people in need to live a fulfilled life. We provide a range of services under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) for people with a disability.

As a work of the Institute of Sisters of Mercy of Australia and Papua New Guinea (ISMAPNG), our programs support the participants we serve to build skills and capability to ensure they live a connected and meaningful life. Mercy Connect operates within the Albury-Wodonga and Central-Western regions.

 The role of the Company Secretary is to support the robust governance framework of Mercy Connect Limited by assisting the Board and CEO to meet its governance and compliance obligations.

The priorities of this role will be:

  • Safeguard Mercy Connect’s governance obligations by performing the duties and responsibilities of a Company Secretary as required by the ACNC, CA, and the Company’s Constitution, as applicable and any other relevant legislation or regulation.
  • Contribute to the achievement of organisational quality and compliance by fulfilling all other duties related to the corporate administration of the Company.

To be considered for this position you must possess:

  • Experience as a Company Secretary or in a similar governance role
  • Tertiary qualification relevant to the role.

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Confidential applications, quoting the job reference CS1-2020  should be directed via email to: [email protected]

Please note only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Applications close on Wednesday 19 August 2020.


Mercy Connect has an exciting opportunity for an Asset Manager  to join our team. This role is based at our Corporate Office in Thurgoona and is being offered as a full-time position. Reporting to the Executive Leader Operations, the role of  an  Asset Manager is to support the Executive Leader Operations in delivering asset management and maintenance plans of all Mercy Connect homes, buildings and other assets. With an emphasis on continuous improvement, the role is required to apply professional and technical expertise to develop and implement innovative strategies which supports Mercy Connect’s operational and capital plans, including major / minor capital works projects.

You will also be passionate about learning and understanding all aspects of Mercy Connect business and using this knowledge to drive positive change and engagement within the organisation.

The essential components of your role will consist:

  • Understanding of the Disability Standards and Australian Building Standards
  • Strong networks and contacts in the area of property management
  • High level of integrity and ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Proven ability to work autonomously, think creatively and laterally, to problem solve and develop strategic plans and responses
  • Ability to manage budgets and multiple projects
  • High level of attention to detail, quality and accuracy
  • Ability to meet and apply quality and risk management standards
  • High level communication skills and an ability to work with key stakeholder both internally and external to the organisation

To be considered for this position you must possess:

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications and / or at least 5 years demonstrated industry experience in asset and/or property management
  • High level Project Management and / or Business management experience with a record of achieving a return on investment.
  • Contemporary experience in asset, property and facilities management of a similar sized organization
  • Experienced in presenting business cases to an Executive team or Board

Key Selection Criteria Desirable

  • Experience managing assets within the disability or not-for-profit sector preferred but not essential

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Confidential applications, quoting the job reference AM_2020   should be directed via email to: [email protected]

Please note only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

Applications close on Wednesday 12 August 2020.


Selection Criteria:

• Ability to provide service to people of all ages.
• Experience in supporting people with behaviours of concerns and complex needs.
• Ability/understanding of a range of communication styles.
• Excellent communication skills.
• Proven ability to engage with clients.
• Ability to work effectively as part of a team.
• Committed and passionate and dynamic.
• Availability to work weekends.
• Availability to do sleepovers.
• Current unrestricted drivers licence.
• Current First Aid.
• Current Working With Children’s Check (WWCC).
• Qualification in the disability field or working with youth would be an advantage.

The successful applicant will be required to undergo standard employment screening.
Applications must address the above selection criteria.

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Fill out our Careers Form on our website first.

Enquiries and confidential applications with an accompanying resume and response should be directed via email to: [email protected]

We encourage applications from Aboriginal peoples, people from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds and people with a disability.