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Homelessness NSW is the peak body for the homelessness sector in NSW.

We exist to build the capability of people and the capacity of systems to end homelessness.

We have a vision for a future where there is enough quality and safe housing and support services to ensure no one is homeless in NSW.

We work with our members and broad network of partners to understand drivers of homelessness, advocate for solutions, build skills and knowledge, and scale innovation. We are a fast-growing and successful peak organisation. Our team has clarity of purpose. Our people are provided with the right tools to achieve their goals and grow professionally.

“Providing high-quality support to build the capability of people and capacity of systems to end homelessness is at the core of everything we do. If you are looking for a rewarding experience, you’re in the right place.” – Trina Jones, Chief Executive Officer.


  • Work in a highly respected peak body organisation – find meaningful work 17.5% leave loading and access to NFP salary packaging.
  • Flexible working – work-from-home arrangements and a 35-hour work week
  • Receive support and advice with tailored training as well as a commitment to ongoing professional development.
  • Additional leave – Wellbeing week in December and January

View our current career opportunities below

Communications and Engagement Coordinator


This role will help Homelessness NSW to build a movement to make homelessness rare, brief and non-recurring by communicating effectively across a range of member and public channels



  • Plan and coordinate member events including, but not limited to, online and offline network forums, conferences, networking events and webinars.
  • Plan and coordinate high quality content production and distribution of member email alerts, presentations, and newsletters.
  • Plan and deliver social media output.
  • Manage membership marketing and engagement in partnership with the broader team.
  • Manage production and uploading of content to the website in collaboration with the broader team.
  • Manage CRM.

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Executive Assistant to the Chief Executive Officer


This role provides high level confidential administrative and operational support to the Chief Executive Officer helping her be effective, functional and responsive. Additionally, the role will liaise with senior managers, team members as well as a broad range of stakeholders including board members, government representatives and departments, other advocacy services, external businesses and relevant state and national organisations.



  • Diary management for the CEO.
  • Arrange and coordinate meetings including the distribution of agendas, attendance registers, minutes and papers for Executive, Board meetings and conferences including formatting, editing, proof reading and minute taking.
  • Produce and organise high quality documentation and correspondence including internal documents, proposals, reports, power point presentations, and reports for meetings and stakeholder presentations.
  • Organise travel bookings, accommodation and hire cars as required for CEO and other staff as directed.
  • Process membership applications and advise new members about their applications for membership.
  • Assist with events including booking of venues, confirming attendees, organising catering, general logistics and compilation of materials.
  • Coordinate the administration of governance processes including invitations to attend meetings, agendas, minutes, call for nominations and elections in conjunction with the CEO.
  • Assist in the development of systems and processes to make the office more effective.

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