At TLG, every role is important.

The Organisation Chart below shows the structure of the Executive. There are 12 teams in WA, which all work together to make the Rural Program, eMentor and Tutoring Centre happen.

All executives attend 1 team meeting per week and work closely with their Manager to complete projects on time. The average time commitment for an executive officer role is 5-10 hours a week. Read through the role descriptions below to find out which role is for you!

Executive Applications

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As a part of the NSW team you will develop your people management and communication skills as you work together to establish TLG in NSW supporting, developing and organising Rural Program coordinators.

Key areas of focus:

  • Develop and improve the overall coordinator experience from training to during the program

  • Support and deal with queries from coordinators both in the lead up to and on the program

  • Organise and run coordinator training in NSW

  • Work closely with the NSW Manager and team to run the Rural Program

Required skills: Preference will be given to candidates who have coordinated a TLG or highly similar related program before.

Time Commitment: As a CSO you will need to have availability during the Rural Program to deal with queries and check in with coordinators. You will be working in a CSO pair to assist you in managing your time.

As a part of the NSW team you will apply your education knowledge and develop your communication as you work together to establish TLG in NSW developing the educational program and training process for the NSW Rural Program.

Key areas of focus:

  • Liaise with the WA Education team to create a TLG curriculum that is aligned with NSW outcomes

  • Develop worksheets and extra resources that are aligned with the NSW curriculum

  • Organise and run NSW tutor training days with assistance from the NSW Team

  • Work closely with the NSW Manager and team to run the Rural Program

Required skills: Must be studying or have previously studied education (Any specialisation).

Time Commitment: There will be an increase in workload just before each training day but tasks will be distributed over the team.

As a part of the NSW team you will develop your communication and problem solving as you work together to establish TLG in NSW managing the recruitment and training process for the NSW Rural Program.

Key areas of focus:

  • Organise, schedule and run interviews for hundreds of applicants!

  • Allocate RP tutors considering a range of factors such as week/school preferences

  • Organise and run NSW tutor training days with assistance from the NSW Team

  • Work closely with the NSW Manager and team to run the Rural Program

Required skills: No past experience required! You will be highly supported be the rest of the NSW team.

Time Commitment: There will be an increase in workload just before each training day and when running interviews but tasks will be distributed over the team.

 

University Club Presidents facilitate marketing, fundraising and alumni engagement at their respective universities. In order to do this effectively and efficiently, they host a variety of events and delegate various tasks and responsibilities to their club committee members.

We are currently looking for Club Presidents at Curtin, ECU, Murdoch and Notre Dame.

 

In the coordinator support team you will develop people management skills and communication skills as you work with the other officers to select, train and support the Rural Program coordinators.

Key areas of focus:

  • Develop and improve the overall coordinator experience from training to during the program

  • Support and deal with queries from coordinators both in the lead up to and on the program

  • Work in collaboration with the recruitment team to run interviews and select coordinators

  • Organise and lead training days for coordinators

Required skills: Must have coordinated a TLG or highly similar related program before.

Time Commitment: As a CSO you will need to have availability during the Rural Program to deal with queries and check in with coordinators. You will be working in a CSO pair to assist you in managing your time.

The Education team is not recruiting any new members for this Semester.

In the eMentor team you will develop your people management and communication skills as you collaboratively work together to support, develop and organise the eMentor Program coordinators over the 8 week program.

Key areas of focus:

  • Develop and improve the overall coordinator experience from training to ongoing in-semester support

  • Support and deal with queries from coordinators both in the lead up to and during the program

  • Work in collaboration with the recruitment team to run interviews and select coordinators

  • Closely collaboratively work with other teams to ensure all information and required tasks are completed

Required skills:  Preference will be given to candidates who have coordinated an eMentor Program, who have coordinated a TLG Rural Program or highly similar program, or who have experience with the eMentor Program (highly preferred but not essential).

Time Commitment: eMentor coordinator training and recruitment occurs at the beginning of the semester so workload will be higher during this period compared to throughout the semester.

As a part of the eMentor team you will develop your communication and critical evaluation skills as you organise training day and develop strategies to improve the overall impact of eMentor, working closely with the eMentor Manager.

Key areas of focus:

  • Plan and run Mentor Training Day in collaboration with the Mentor Experience Officer

  • Identify methods to improve the overall impact of eMentor through:

    • Designing and reviewing of processes to assess the efficacy of eMentor

    • Reviewing of literature concerning online and offline mentoring programs (in collaboration with the eMentor team)

  • Work closely with the eMentor team to improve the student, volunteer, school and community experience

Required skills: No past experience required! Experience with the eMentor program is preferred but not essential; a sound understanding of program evaluation techniques is beneficial but not essential.

Time Commitment: At the start and end of the university semester as new schools sign up or post-program impact is sent to schools there will be an increase in tasks, but you will work closely with the eMentor Manager.

The Finance team is not recruiting any new members this semester.

The Fundraising Officer works closely with the Fundraising Manager and the team to plan, organise and manage all fundraising events, campaigns and initiatives for TLG.

Key areas of focus:

  • Plan, organise and manage fundraising events throughout the semester including quiz night/s, Bunnings sausage sizzles, individual and peer-to-peer fundraising, and online campaigns

  • Support and deal with queries from volunteers and the public regarding fundraising and donations

  • Work in collaboration with the marketing and clubs teams to run effective fundraising and brand awareness events throughout semester

Required skills:  No past experience required. Ability to communicate effectively and professionally, and strong time management and organisational skills a plus!

Time Commitment: Workload will be relatively consistent across semester, but does ramp up towards the Rural Program with a fundraising drive and events.

The Partnership Officer plays an important role in the Fundraising Team, to find new sponsorships and apply for grants, as well as maintaining current sponsorship and stakeholder relationships to support the Chief Funding Manager.

Key areas of focus:

  • Research and submit grant applications for WA and NSW

  • Maintain the grants and sponsorship database as required

  • Work closely with the Fundraising Manager and CFM to secure new corporate and community sponsorships for WA and NSW

  • Ongoing stakeholder management, including networking and spreading the mission of TLG through fundraising and partnerships

Required skills: No past experience required. Ability to communicate effectively and professionally, and strong time management and organisational skills a plus!

Time Commitment: Workload will be relatively consistent across semester as the role is shared with another partnerships officer in the team, and grants and sponsorship applications are made when required.

 

The Training Officer plans, organises and implements a training program for the professional development of the Executive Managers and Officers during semester.

Key areas of focus:

  • Plan, organise and roll out multiple training sessions during semester on a range of topics identified by the Executive team

  • Coordinate content and presenters from teams and external sources for the training sessions

  • Support the Internal Relations team with conflict resolution and other matters

Required skills: No past experience required. An interest in human resources, volunteer management and people support is desirable, as well as an ability to innovate and work independently.

Time commitment: Work load is consistent throughout semester, with some peak times around Executive recruitment.

 

In the logistics team you will get to develop and apply your problem solving to real world problems as you organise transport to each school for the Rural Program and manage the allocations/re-allocations of tutors.

Key areas of focus:

  • Plan and organise transport for the Rural Program, liaising closely with charter companies, schools and TransWA

  • Allocate RP tutors considering a range of factors such as week/school preferences

  • Manage and respond to tutor queries about the program

  • Ensure clear and effective communication of logistical details across multiple TLG Executive teams

Required skills: No past experience required! An attitude to innovate and ability to problem solve is preferred though.

Time Commitment: The period in the weeks leading up to the program will be your busiest but the rest of the Logistics Team will be there to support you.

The Community Outreach Officer promotes TLG’s brand and cause to potential stakeholders and partners including schools and other community and corporate opportunities.

Key areas of focus:

  • Promote and run TLG Alumni, including the quarterly newsletter in collaboration with the Fundraising team and CFM

  • Engage local schools through the community and TLG Alumni, and providing tailored presentations and/or programs to the schools

  • Plan, organise and manage the new TLG Alumni networking events

  • Work closely with the Public Relations Officer to promote TLG and relevant community stories and initiatives where appropriate

Required skills: No past experience required. Strong interpersonal and communication skills an added bonus!

Time commitment: Work load consistent throughout semester, with some peak times in the lead up to events and the newsletter.

The Content Officer works closely with the Social Media Officer and the team to create content to be used across digital and print platforms, including social media graphics, videos, printed flyers and posters, and more.

Key areas of focus:

  • Design graphics for use across digital platforms on Canva including social media posts, website content and website

  • Design templates and content for use across online and print mediums including posters, flyers, Office products, articles, and more

  • Support marketing, clubs and fundraising teams with events and initiatives by collaborating on content using TLG brand guidelines

Required skills: Basic skills in Canva, understanding of content creation and a creative flair extremely desirable.

Time commitment: Work load is consistent throughout semester, with some peak times when the entire team is involved in marketing events.

The Events Officer plans, manages and implements the key Alumni and Community events for TLG, working closely with the Marketing team and CFM.

Key areas of focus:

  • Plan, organise and manage the annual TLG Cocktail Party and Ball including venue, ticketing, decorations, food and beverage and promotion

  • Plan, organise and manage TLG volunteer events including the netball tournament and other events

  • Work collaboratively with the Fundraising Officers to support fundraising events including the bi-annual quiz night

Required skills: No past experience required. An interest in event management and marketing an added bonus.

Time commitment: Work load peaks in the lead up to the major events.

The Public Relations Officer engages digital and traditional media publications and platforms to increase TLG’s brand awareness and create relationships with media contacts.

Key areas of focus:

  • Responsible for the overall running of the Public Relations program including stakeholder contact to traditional and digital mediums (ie: radio, newspapers, websites and organisations)

  • Maintain and edit the newly re-established blog on the TLG website

  • Communicate effectively to ensure the success of all partnerships

Required skills: No past experience required. An attitude to innovate and interest in public relations, editing or content creation desirable.

Time commitment: Work load is consistent throughout semester, with some peak times when the entire team is involved in marketing events.

The Social Media Officer manages the digital content on all TLG’s social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn.

Key areas of focus:

  • Effectively plan and manage the coordination of content dissemination across multiple Facebook pages, Instagram and LinkedIn

  • Create content to engage with target audiences across multiple platforms, increasing the TLG brand reach

  • Collaborate with the recruitment, fundraising and clubs teams to support events and campaigns across the organisation that require content creation and posting across social media platforms

Required skills: An understanding of and some experience in social media desirable. An ability to meet deadlines, use initiative and be creative a plus!

Time commitment: Work load is consistent throughout semester, with some peak times during the Rural Program and surrounding marketing events.

 

 

In the recruitment team you will have a unique opportunity to be on the interviewer side of the table as you help ensure a fair and effective recruitment process for the TLG eMentor Program, Rural Program and TLG Executive.

Key areas of focus:

  • Organise, schedule and run interviews for hundreds of applicants!

  • Write interview questions and marking guides as you work to develop and improve TLG recruitment processes

  • Closely collaboratively work with other teams to assist them in their recruitment

  • Represent TLG as a first point of call and as you uphold the integrity of the recruitment process

Required skills: No past experience required! You will be trained in all aspects of recruitment.

Time Commitment: RP tutor interviews happen in the mid-semester university break so it is preferable but not essential you have some availability around this period.

 

In the systems team you will be developing your communication and problem solving abilities as you work collaboratively to develop, improve and maintain the technology infrastructure for the whole of TLG.

Key areas of focus:

  • Maintaining and developing the current predominantly Google Sheet systems through sheet formulas, google apps script and third party integrations, e.g. JotForm

  • Exploring and implementing new IT systems across TLG

  • Working to communicate and train in IT processes to non-technical audiences

  • Managing IT challenges and concerns from multiple teams

Required skills: No past experience required! Computer science skills and/or work in fields with a high level of problem solving are preferable but not essential. TLG systems have been built by people with no technical knowledge and if you are willing to learn you can!

Time Commitment: Workload will be relatively consistent across semester as different teams require IT assistance with peaks at the start, middle and end but your work will be equally shared with the other systems officers.

 

The TC Marketing Officer uses digital and traditional marketing platforms to promote the Tutoring Centre and it’s initiatives: Tutoring, Digication and Schools programs. All profits go directly back into funding the TLG eMentor program and Rural Program.

Key areas of focus:

  • Planning and managing the TC social media platforms Instagram and Facebook to promote the TC’s programs and expand our reach

  • Design graphics for use across digital platforms on Canva including social media posts, website content and website

  • Design templates and content for use across online and print mediums including posters, flyers, Office products, articles, and more

Required skills: No past experience required! Interest and skills in social media and content creation desirable but not essential.

Time Commitment: Workload is relatively consistent across semester with peak times around events and recruitment periods.