Having been founded in 1959 as originally the Navy Co-Op Ltd at Garden Island Sydney, Australian Military Bank has for over 60 years been proudly assisting members of the ADF, their families and friends in a wide range of financial services. Being a member based organisation, with nearly 60,000 members, and with many of them … Continue reading Australian Military Bank – an ADF Partner Friendly Employer
We spoke recently to Claire, an ADF partner who volunteers with the Defence Special Needs Support Group Inc. Tell us about the group you volunteer for and your role Claire is the National Coordinator and Canberra Coordinator for the Defence Special Needs Support Group Inc (DSNSG). The DSNSG is a non-profit benevolent volunteer organisation established … Continue reading Volunteering for the Defence Special Needs Support Group
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In a matter of months working from home has gone from being perceived as a benefit, something offered by progressive or creative organisations to a necessity for many, even the most traditional and conservative of organisations. As businesses try to figure out what the new normal looks like and the practicalities of returning to centralised … Continue reading Want to continue working from home?
We chatted to Vonnie (Siobhan) who has been the Coordinator at the Gallipoli Barracks Community Centre in Brisbane for the past four years. How did you start here? I had posted to Brisbane after being involved on various levels in my previous posting with the community and its activities. The job was advertised in the … Continue reading Gallipoli Barracks Community Centre Coordinator
My husband was recently crash posted into a job where he can’t talk about what he’s doing. So with deployments still happening we thought here at DFA that we would share our tips for what to talk about when there is much you and/or the ADF member can’t say. Why is this important? Because talking … Continue reading What to talk about when there is much you can’t say