Community Hubs Australia working groups

CHA makes use of small working groups to assist with the implementation of ad hoc projects.

Working group members assist with: 

Being part of a working group is an opportunity for professional development. You will have the opportunity to:

Funding and requirements

Payment for working group participation

All working group members will be remunerated for their time. Your time contribution to the working group is in addition to your hub leader hours.

The hourly rate is $40 and this is in addition to your current salary.

You will be paid directly by CHA for your time. You will need to provide your bank details and submit a timesheet for your hours.

The number of participants for each working group is restricted and selection is based on the needs for each individual working group.

Opportunities will be promoted via email and the private CHA hub leader Facebook group. If you would like more information please contact the program manager.


Working groups in action!

The Quality Improvement Framework (QIF) was a major project run in 2019 as a way to improve reporting, communication and hub planning.

A working group was a key component to the success of the project and is an excellent example of why working groups are used.