Work with us

CTST is a vibrant and growing community organisation whose mission is to provide transport to support people to live in their community. 

Current vacancies will be posted here, however, if you are interested in working with CTST, you may send a copy of your resume to us at any time.

Resumes should be emailed to leigh@ctst.org.au 

 

Current Vacancies

IT Project Coordinator

Community Transport Services Tasmania Inc. (CTST) is the largest provider of transport for older people and people with a disability in Tasmania. CTST has also launched Area Connect – Tasmania’s first public transport social enterprise – delivering innovative public transport services in regional areas. Soon to move into the first purpose-built facility for community transport in Tasmania, we have identified key IT projects to support the organisation as it grows and innovates.

The Project Coordinator is a new and exciting role working on key innovative ICT projects. You will support the Innovation and Development Manager to identify appropriate vendors and assist in the delivery of projects. You will undertake a range of project support services including administration and business support, stakeholder management, document control, data entry, reporting and executive assistance. Additionally, you will monitor ICT support requests within the organisation, escalating these to external providers and identifying trends and opportunities for training that reduce reliance on ICT support.

This is a varied role. You will need to be skilled in understanding and manipulating digital technology, have strong communication skills, and robust project coordination skills.

If you’re passionate about technology and supporting others to use it, have the skills to keep projects running on time, and want to work for a not-for-profit helping thousands of Tasmanians, we want to hear from you!

This full-time position is based in Glenorchy and is classified at Level 3 of the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Award 2010 with the benefit of salary sacrifice options.

The position description, which includes the selection criteria, is available here.

If you have questions you should contact Josh Madgwick on 03 6208 8541 or email leigh@ctst.org.au

This is a re-advertisement of the position. Previous applicants need not apply.

Applications should include a current resume and cover letter addressing the selection criteria on the position description – to be emailed to leigh@ctst.org.au by no later than midnight on Sunday 27 September 2020. 

Suitable applicants may be interviewed, and a selection made prior to the closing date.

Only applications received from personal email addresses will be accepted.


Quality Coordinator

Community Transport Services Tasmania (CTST) provides affordable transport to support people to live well and connect with their community. We provide social and non-emergency medical transport to frail, aged, and younger disabled people, enabling independence and quality of life. Within the flagship organisation, the social enterprise, Area Connect, provides flexible transportation to serve smaller and more remote communities in Tasmania where mainstream public transport is not readily available.

CTST is looking for an inquisitive, detail-oriented, resilient communicator who can speak with clients on the phone in a way that balances professional objectivity with empathy.

The Quality Coordinator will be responsible for administration of safety, compliance, and client engagement systems – including feedback and complaints documentation and investigations; compliance and internal audit tasks, with a focus on the Aged Care Quality Standards; administration of the safety and risk management systems, including documentation and investigation of incidents; and compiling reports that will support ongoing service delivery improvements.

While a background in Aged Care quality would be an asset, we will certainly consider applicants with experience in other highly regulated sectors.

If you’re passionate about making a difference and want to work for a not-for-profit helping thousands of Tasmanians, we want to hear from you.

This full-time position is based in Glenorchy and is classified at Level 3 of the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Award 2010 with the benefit of salary sacrifice options.

The position description, which includes the selection criteria, is available here.

If you have questions about the role, please contact Kit Murdoch on 03 6208 8539 or email her at kit@ctst.org.au

Applications must include a current resume and cover letter that addresses the selection criteria on the position description – to be emailed to leigh@ctst.org.au by no later than midnight on Sunday 27 September 2020. 

Applications that do not address the selection criteria will not be considered.

Only applications received from personal email addresses will be accepted.