As the work of NTV/MRS continues to grow, so does our team of staff. If you have any questions about our current vacancies, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 03 9487 4500.
NSW Sector Project & Policy Assistant
This is a brand new role reporting and working closely with the NSW Sector Development Coordinator. You will be a self-starter and have vast organisational skills, you will provide excellent administrative duties, policy support and coordinate regular ongoing reports, meetings, events and communication. The role will have responsibility for a varied range of projects as well as contribute towards policy communications and advocacy. You will have the opportunity to engage in a range of policy issues and liaise with staff from our Head Office in Melbourne. For further details about the role please see the position description.
Interviews will be held in Sydney late June 2017.
You will have:
- Strong policy and advocacy skills
- Proven administration and project management skills
- Proven excellent written, verbal communication, presentation and computer skills
- Ability to plan towards and meet deadlines and performance targets
- Strong interpersonal, relationship and stakeholder management skills
- Proven track record of being able to liaise effectively with people at all levels within an organisation as well as external to the organisation
- Strong initiative and well organised with a strong attention to detail
- Ability to self-direct to achieve individual, team and organisational goals
- Integrity and confidentiality
- Ability to work under minimal supervision and as part of a small team
- Consistent work ethic in line with organisational values and practice
Qualifications or Experience:
- Tertiary training or experience working in family violence sector including men’s behaviour change work (DFV)
Ideally you will have:
- Demonstrated experience in collaborative practice across a wide range of service providers within the domestic and family violence sector including government and non-government agencies
Annual salary dependent on experience, with salary packaging options available. Appointment to this position will require a satisfactory clearance of a Police Check.
If you have any questions regarding the role please email email@example.com or call Maria Gaggiano, Human Resources Officer (03) 9487 4500.
If you would like to take on this new position, please submit a cover letter explaining how you meet the selection criteria given above, as well as an up to date CV, to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to receiving your application.
Workforce Development Officer (two roles)
Reporting to the Workplace Development Coordinator, your key objective will be to develop and deliver high quality training programs throughout Australia in response to men who perpetrate family violence. Working with practitioners and allied representatives in the family violence sector, you will collaborate with tertiary education providers to enhance the training and development of future practitioners.
- Develop content for the revised Graduate Certificate in Male Family Violence and for NTV short courses;
- Recruit and coordinate trainers and presenters;
- Coordinate the delivery of the Certificate and short courses to students across Australia, including responding to student enquiries; coordinating enrolment; coordinating marking and student assessments; and liaising with academic institution to ensure compliance and satisfactory delivery of the Certificate;
- Assist with developing and nurturing partnerships and strategic alliances with external providers;
- Contribute to continuous improvement of service in training delivery by seeking ways to enhance the model and methodology;
- Ensure legal and regulatory compliance and meet reporting requirements;
- Ensure that quality assurance systems and process are in line with best clinical practices and assist with assurance reviews and audits; and
- Remain up-to-date in your knowledge of the family violence sector, including stakeholders, services, and new policy or practice changes.
Experience and skills required
You have a track record of excellence in developing content for and delivering training in the family violence sector. Experience in working with men’s behaviour change programs will be highly regarded.
An excellent written and verbal communicator, you have strong interpersonal, relationship management and planning and organisational skills. You are experienced in adhering to and implementing systems, policies and procedures.
Other key criteria include:
- Appropriate tertiary training in Social Work, Counselling or a related field; and
- A Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or higher qualification in vocational education and training.
It’s critical that you embrace the values of NTV/MRS, which are:
- Gender equality;
- Respect; and
To make a formal application, please send your resume and a covering letter addressing the Experience and Skills Required to email@example.com using the subject line: Workforce Development Officer – No to Violence application via EthicalJobs.
For a confidential discussion, call Wendy Lown on +61 414 229 827.
We invite Expressions of Interest from trainers with appropriate professional qualifications, together with significant knowledge and experience in facilitating men’s behaviour change programs, who have the capacity to deliver NTV/MRS short courses throughout 2017-18.