Careers with Diabetes Australia Working at Diabetes Australia Diabetes Australia is committed to reducing the impact of diabetes on the Australian community. Diabetes Australia works with people living with or at risk of diabetes, their families and carers, health professionals, researchers, funders and the community to positively change people’s lives. Through our advocacy initiatives, prevention programs, research and education and services, we are committed to providing high-quality services to people with diabetes and their families, as well as advocating for better healthcare policies and funding. Current opportunities If you are passionate about making a difference in the lives of people living with diabetes, we encourage you to explore the career opportunities available at Diabetes Australia. Working at Diabetes Australia means being part of a community of professionals who share a common goal. We are currently seeking talented individuals to fill the following positions: Current job opportunities No vacancies at this time? Check back again soon or follow us on LinkedIn. Should our current roles not meet your skillset and qualifications, we encourage you to email your resume and cover letter to [email protected] to seek any future opportunities with Diabetes Australia. Our recruitment process When you apply for a position within Diabetes Australia, we recommend you tailor both your resume and cover letter to highlight your relevant experience to the role you are applying for. Keep it factual; informative, give examples where you can, to demonstrate qualities and skills. Aim to display the key competencies that we are looking for in a successful candidate – make it difficult for us to say ‘no’! Pre-Screen & Interview Before your interview, our recruitment partner may reach out to you via phone or email for a pre-screen conversation. During this informal chat, we’ll learn more about you, and you can ask any questions you may have about the role. Passion and integrity are important to us so we’re interested in your motivations for applying and what drew you to the position. If you’re selected as a shortlisted candidate, you’ll be invited to an interview with two representatives from Diabetes Australia, including the direct line manager. Depending on the position, multiple interviews may be necessary. Our interviews typically consist of a mix of competency-based and technical questions. This approach allows us to evaluate your experience and assess how you prefer to work in relation to the role’s key requirements. Referee and background checks Should your interview be successful, you will be sent an email from Xref, an effective and efficient platform we use for reference checks. It will request 2 x employers. Instructions will be clearly outlined for you. Some roles may require a ‘Working with Children’ (WWC) check and National Police Check (NPC), you will be notified during the recruitment process if this is required. Our values Compassion We are passionate about, committed to, and respect people across Australia who are living with, or at risk of developing, diabetes. Their lived experience drives us because it is at the heart of everything we do. Commitment We are dedicated to our work, colleagues and the diabetes community. We ensure that the work we do makes a difference and meets our purpose. We are inspired to make an impact through our talents, passion and hard work. We are flexible and adapt to achieve our goals. We value and leverage our strengths, skills and wisdom. Accountability We have the courage to unite, initiate, perform, reflect, adapt and grow. We look for ways of improving ourselves and the organisation by encouraging feedback. We are positive and professional role models for our peers. We seek advice and take ownership of our actions. We conduct frequent open and constructive discussion about our performance and results. Authenticity We act with honesty, transparency, and integrityto foster trust and open communication. We set realistic goals for ourselves and our teams that align to our mission, vision and purpose. We are honest with our community about our advocacy, strengths and challenges. We communicate our expectations and targets with our community, stakeholders and partners. We provide the information, access andprocesses our team needs. Collaboration We engage, support and listen effectively to each other to achieve our collective purpose. We seek and benefit from the ideas of our peers and our community. We celebrate our successes and unite work together to find solutions. We respect and encourage our community and colleagues, and embrace our diversity. We build positive and sustainable relationships with everyone. Workplace gender equality In accordance with the requirements of the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 (ACT), on 24 May 2018 Diabetes NSW & ACT, wholly owned entity of Diabetes Australia, lodged our annual public report with the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA). Signed WGEA Report 2017–18 Want more information? Reach out to us at [email protected] if you have any questions or would like more information.