Community engagement is about relationships between and among communities, researchers, and research institutions.
Overall Primary Ethics has a low presence in public primary schools in the region when compared to other areas of Greater Sydney.
We seek a contract community development program manager to lead the project. This project will identify potential factors underlying low program adoption and develop plans to improve choice for parents in the area.
We seek to identify new approaches to local marketing, to develop better engagement with school principals, and discover local identities and partner organisations who can help us improve recognition of Primary Ethics in the region. We will then identify, recruit, train and support local community volunteers as ethics teachers.
The development manager will direct and supervise a short-term 1 month desktop research project to collate and compare data on: Public primary schools in the region School enrolment data Cultural communities Any factors that may contribute to a low program uptake.
The research findings will inform key aspects of this work. The role is part-time 4 days per week. While a presence in our office is essential, the role will require frequent external meetings with stakeholders and community members. The ability to work some hours from home may be negotiated.
We encourage applicants currently living in south-west Sydney to apply for the role. Essential experience You will be able to demonstrate: A minimum of five years experience managing community-based programs.
Deep experience working in or with non-profit organisations at a grassroots level, ideally in a capacity building or community engagement role. A track record in developing collaborative relationships with community leaders, schools and organisations. Self-motivated with a high level of efficiency, accuracy and attention to detail, prioritising work and multi-tasking, as well as sound time-management.
The ability to work both collaboratively and independently whilst remaining flexible. Computer literacy in relevant areas such as MS Office or equivalent.
Excellent research and data mining skills.
An ethical approach to work and a clear understanding of issues related to privacy and confidentiality. Competence using of MS Office or its equivalentsuse of email and databases. Excellent time and project management skills. Capacity to articulate and embody the mission and goals of the organisation.
Demonstrated stakeholder management capabilities. Applications close at 5:A community-based approach 1) begins with the idea that schools are both communities in themselves and partners in the wider community and 2) focuses on building relationships and a common sense of moral purpose where daily living provides opportunities for moral engagement.
Module 10 The Role of Ethics in Community Development Resources available This module will look at the role ethics play in community development projects. You will look at what is meant by the word 'ethics' and why ethical behwaviour is important.
This way of approaching ethics education offers the potential for a richness, vibrancy and relevance to our ethics programs. Viewing our ethics from a developmental perspective is intended to complement rather than replace the broad range of substantive issues that ethics education addresses.
The role of ethics. This is in keeping with sustainable development, the dominant concept of environmental ethics, the protection of the personal domain of each individual.
It may require, however, the establishment of individual or community rights, the exact nature of . Introduction Ethics is known as a field of philosophy that defines whether the behavior of the individuals shall be considered as right or wrong.
Namely, this science elaborates the criterion which is applied to distinguish the types of socially acceptable and, therefore, “normal” demeanor. To be truly comprehensive, advisor development programs must address ethics and the role culture and values play in ethical decision-making.
Our institutions have become more diverse. This is true in regard to easily recognizable differences, such as race and age, but also in terms of hidden differences, such as culture and disability.