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People & Culture Lead
Your Community Health, Melbourne
Job descriptionBe part of a purpose-driven organisation committed to community development and a social model of healthMake a meaningful contribution to the health, wellbeing and dignity for all people in northern MelbourneAttractive not for profit salary packagingRef code: 5677625About usYour Community Health provides a comprehensive range of medical, dental and allied health services and support programs to anyone, through a combination of outreach, client-based and centre-based activities. Our purpose is to enable health, wellbeing and dignity for all people in northern Melbourne by providing responsive and accessible services. We provide priority access to those most at risk of health inequalities and those that may face barriers to accessing traditional health services.About the roleYour Community Health is seeking an enthusiastic and experienced People and Culture Lead to join the People and Culture Team, for this permanent ongoing position. The role may be filled on a full-time basis or 0.8 FTE by negotiation.The People and Culture Lead reports to the Director, Capability and Impact and is responsible for providing leadership, support, and advice to Your Community Health Programs across all aspects of People and Culture services.This includes recruitment and selection, onboarding, induction, job evaluation, learning and development, employee relations, workforce planning, performance development and management, disciplinary activities, coaching and building manager capability.Your passion and commitment will see you:Partner with the Director Capability and Impact to implement and monitor the People and Culture strategy and implement strategic workforce planning practicesOversee the People and Culture Team operations to ensure contemporary HR practices are embedded and supported by a strong customer service mindsetDevelop initiatives to strengthen employee's experience across their Your Community Health lifecycleAct as a trusted advisor providing timely support on all People and Culture related matters for Leaders, Managers and StaffDesign contemporary policies and practices and provide advice and guidance to the Your Community Health CommunityTo succeed in this role you will have:A successful and proven record as an HR leader in a not for profit, health and / or community services related environmentQualifications in Human Resources or a related fieldExceptional interpersonal skills with the ability to work with a broad range of people from a variety of backgrounds and experiencesA warm, collaborative and consultative styleStrong communications skills across diverse group settingsStrong organisational and project management skillsA continuous improvement mindsetWhat is on offerYou will join a dedicated, caring and talented team, with a positive and supportive culture. We are committed to professional and career development of all our staff and truly value work-life balance. Staff have access to generous not-for-profit salary packaging benefits, discounted gym memberships and work in a great location, with free car parking, close to shops and cafes.How to ApplyApplications must be submitted directly at our recruitment hub by clicking Apply Now.Applications must address the selection criteria contained in the position description as part of the cover letter.For more information regarding this role please refer to the position description below.For further enquiries contact: Rachael Young, People and Strategy Advisor - 0422374574Your Community Health is an Equal Opportunity and Child Safe employer who supports inclusiveness and diversity. We are dedicated to attracting and retaining people from a diverse background, including but not limited to, those identifying as LGBTIQ, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, people from cultural and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds, and people with a disability.
Policy and Project Officers - eSafety - Canberra / Sydney / Melbourne
Australian Communications Media Authority, Melbourne
Job descriptionAbout usThe eSafety Commissioner’s (eSafety) purpose is to help safeguard Australians at risk from online harms and to promote safer, more positive online experiences.eSafety leads and co-ordinates the online safety efforts across Commonwealth departments, authorities and agencies and engages with key online safety stakeholders. It has a broad remit and a powerful combination of functions: Protection - through our statutory content reporting and removal schemes,Prevention - through research, education and awareness raising, andProactive and systemic change - including working with industry on our Safety by Design initiative to embed safety protections from inception and throughout the product development lifecycle; engaging in international online safety regulatory discourse and projects; and implementing an innovative new regulatory regime that introduces Basic Online Safety Expectations for online services. This broad remit enables us to address online safety in a multifaceted, holistic and proactive way.The eSafety Commissioner is an independent statutory office holder supported by staff from the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).  Our employees are engaged under the Australian Public Service Act 1999 and are subject to the terms and conditions of employment in the ACMA's Enterprise Agreement 2017-2020. View the ‘Working at the ACMA’ document or visit our website for further details. Role responsibilities and dutiesThe ISF branch is seeking several talented and enthusiastic public policy and project professionals to contribute to its strategic objectives across three of its teams. As a policy and project officer, you will be responsible for supporting these teams in: Strategy and Policycoordinating and drafting policy submissions, speeches and briefingstech future-casting through horizon scanning and managing eSafety’s tech trends public statements supporting the development and implementation of the new Basic Online Safety Expectations and transparency reporting regime for online servicesleading eSafety’s strategic approach to addressing online harms.International Engagement and Capacity Buildingraising international awareness and understanding of eSafety’s role, remit, functions and strategic direction, and advancing eSafety’s international strategic prioritiescultivating relationships with regulatory counterparts in other countries, and with relevant international bodies and stakeholdersworking with and assisting other nations to develop online safety capabilitiesproviding strategic policy advice and recommendations on international online safety policies, initiatives, guidelines and frameworkscoordinating eSafety’s international engagements and responses to international discussions, inquiries and initiatives.Industry Affairs and Engagementmanaging and coordinating eSafety’s engagements with industryproviding support across teams on their industry information-gathering needsproviding subject matter expertise across the structures, systems, standards and processes employed by sectors across the digital ecosystem to address and mitigate against online risks and harmsundertaking advocacy work to improve stakeholder compliance with regulatory obligationsincreasing eSafety’s reach into new sectors and industry alliances and bodiesmanaging and delivering the Safety by Design initiative by working across sectors and the entire digital ecosystem to embed user safety and rights as core business objectives.Our ideal candidateWe are seeking a number of talented and enthusiastic public policy and project professionals to contribute to eSafety’s strategic priorities, nationally and internationally. Our ideal candidates will have an interest in online safety policy matters, industry and stakeholder engagement and strategic projects. You will need to enjoy a challenge, be passionate about making a difference and willing to work collaboratively and flexibly in an evolving and fast-paced environment.You should be interested in shaping complex policies and keeping abreast of initiatives and research relating to online harms and the governance and regulation of digital environments. You will have excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the confidence to explain complex matters in a clear, concise and persuasive way to a range of stakeholders, and an ability to cultivate strong relationships with them.The digital industry regulatory environment can be volatile and unpredictable. You will have experience in responding positively in uncertain, fast-paced and high-pressure environments and a demonstrated ability to be flexible with change and uncertainty. Our ideal candidates will show resilience in solving problems and achieving objectives even when confronted with competing demands, and will balance priorities and deliver projects within tight timeframes. They will be self-driven, supportive team-players capable of working independently and with others and passionate about making a difference.EligibilityTo be eligible for employment with eSafety, applicants must be an Australian citizen.Successful candidates must be able to obtain and maintain a Baseline level security clearance or hold a current security clearance of an appropriate level. More information on the security clearance vetting process is available on the Australian Government Security Vetting Agency (AGSVA) website. Applicants must also agree to undergo a valid police check prior to commencement.How to applyIf you consider your skills and abilities match the requirements of the job and this sounds like the opportunity you are looking for, we want to hear from you. Click the "Apply Now" button. Our online careers portal will guide you through the application and submission process. Your application will need to include:your resumethe contact details of two current/recent refereesa ‘statement and response’ telling us how your skills, knowledge, experience, and qualifications make you the best person for the job, and an indication of your preferred team in the ISF Branch.A position description is attached.
Senior Project Officer - Justice Services Directorate (VPSG5)
Department of Justice and Community Safety, Melbourne, CBD
Location: Melbourne | CBD Job type: Full time / 12 months Organisation: Department of Justice and Community Safety Salary: $102,637 - $124,183 Occupation: Projects Reference: VG/D00496_D00497 Job posted: 07/10/2021 Closes: 24/10/2021 Occupation: Projects Classification: VPSG5 Job duration: 12 months Contact: Joe Youssef on 0429 147 300 | Joe.Youssef@justice.vic.gov.au Reference: VG/D00496_D00497 Occupation: Projects Salary Range: $102,637 - $124,183 Work location: Melbourne | CBD At the Department of Justice and Community Safety, we’re looking for people who want to make a difference. People who take pride in their work. People who get things done. People who are committed to making Victoria a safer place.We embrace diversity and strive to have a workforce that reflects the community we serve. We’re all about recruiting the best people, regardless of gender, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation or cultural background. If you think you can do the job and would be a good fit for our department, we’d love to hear from you.The department is committed to the safety and wellbeing of young people and recognises that young peoples’ rights need to be respected, their views welcomed and valued, and their concerns taken seriously and acted upon.If you require adjustments to the recruitment and selection process, or require an alternative format to any of the application material, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with the contact person listed on this ad.For more information on working with us and our recruitment process, please visit justice.vic.gov.au/careersWe’re proud of the important work we do across Victoria. Want to be part of it?2x fixed term full time opportunities to join Corrections and Justice ServicesMake a positive difference in keeping our community safeAttractive salary between $102,637 - $124,183 + superannuationAn exciting opportunity for 2 Senior Project Officers to join the Justice Services Directorate within Corrections and Justice Services on a fixed term basis for 12 months.What does the Justice Services division do?Justice Services is a Division within the Corrections and Justice Services Group of the Department of Justice and Community Safety (DJCS). It is responsible for the direction, management and operation of Victoria's Community Correctional Services (CCS) in more than 35 locations across Victoria. Justice Services ensures that offenders are safely managed on court orders and parole orders, and aims to rehabilitate offenders by addressing the underlying causes of offending behaviour.In addition to CCS related functions, Justice Services provides oversight of regional departmental operations and works collaboratively with communities and program areas, such as Youth Justice, to deliver critical justice services at the local level.What does a Senior Project Officer – Justice Services Directorate do?In the role of Senior Project Officer, you will work in collaboration with central program areas and regional teams, as well as external experts to provide strategic advice on COVID-19 related challenges across the Division, including the on-site vaccination clinics for Justice Services staff and COVID safe practices and guidelines for Justice Service Centre workplaces (including Personal Protective Equipment [PPE]), and associated work settings. While initially supporting the COVID-19 response, the role will be expanded to support broader priority projects and reforms.Your accountabilities will include:Lead and support operational responses to COVID-19 across Justice Services, including the on-site vaccination clinics and COVID 19 safe practices and guidelines, including PPE frameworks and risk settings.Support broader priority projects across Justice Services through the Justice Services Directorate.Prepare high-quality briefings, presentations, reports and project documentation to support project delivery and associated governance and reporting processes.Work collaboratively as part of a team and build and maintain positive relationships with key internal and external stakeholders.What skills should a Senior Project Officer – Justice Services Directorate have?As our ideal candidate, you will have experience in project management and reporting as well as strong conceptual, analytical and communication skills. You will be able to undertake strategic planning, consider the broader system and provide accurate and timely advice and reporting. You will also be motivated, focused on continual improvement and able to work effectively in a supportive environment with a range of internal and external stakeholders.A tertiary qualification in a suitably related discipline would also be desirable.To learn more about the type of skills you will need to thrive in this role, please read the position description.What's in it for you?You will be working for the Department of Justice and Community Safety, which is one arm of the Victorian State Government, a recognised top employer of choice nationally. All our staff work to the vision of a safe, just, innovative and thriving Victoria.There are many advantages in working for the department, including:✔ A fair salary – enjoy great work conditions and salary sacrificing options.✔ Transparent performance framework – approach your work with confidence in how you're tracking, working to professional development plans agreed on by you and your manager.✔ Generous leave entitlements – provisions for many forms of leave; including personal, parental, carers, study, cultural, compassionate and sick leave.✔ Employee Assistance Program support – you are encouraged to use this short-term, confidential counselling service if you're experiencing emotional stress, relationship problems, conflict with others or personal issues. It is also available for financial counselling and retirement planning.If you have any queries, please contact Joe Youssef - General Manager, Justice Services Directorate on 0429 147 300 or Sarah Barron on 0429 875 808.We want to make sure all Victorians feel represented by the department's work. One of the ways we do this is by recruiting a diverse workforce – we welcome people of any gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, disability and cultural background. We are also committed to the Victorian Government's promise to increase the number of veterans working in the public sector.We're proud of our individual differences. We're proud of the many languages we speak and the stories we can share with each other. We hope you will share your story too.Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.The Department of Justice and Community Safety is continually working towards increasing our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (Aboriginal) workforce. The Aboriginal Employment Team aims to attract, recruit and retain Aboriginal staff across all our roles. This support includes a culturally appropriate attraction and recruitment process. To learn more, email aboriginal.employment@justice.vic.gov.auIf this sounds like a compelling job that you believe your skills would be a great match for, please APPLY NOW. Applications close 11.59pm Sunday 24 October 2021.How to applyPlease click the Apply button on this advertisement. Applications should include a resume and covering letter. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats.The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include national police checks and misconduct screening.
Senior Policy Advisor (VPSG5)
Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, Melbourne, CBD
Location: Melbourne | CBD Job type: Full time / 9 Months Organisation: Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning Salary: $102,637 - $124,183 Occupation: Policy Reference: VG/50921921A Job posted: 07/10/2021 Closes: 21/10/2021 Occupation: Policy Classification: VPSG5 Job duration: 9 Months Contact: Kara O'Dwyer | 0436 916 609 Reference: VG/50921921A Occupation: Policy Salary Range: $102,637 - $124,183 Work location: Melbourne | CBD An exciting opportunity exists to join a dynamic team leading whole of government policy to maximise public value from the government's vast landholdings across Victoria. This is a chance to play a key role in leading policy reform and cross government projects, to shape the land response to core policy areas such as social and affordable housing, and to develop your collaboration and relationship management skills.The Senior Policy Advisor will play a key role in the Government Land Advice and Coordination branch of the Strategic Land Assessment and Information Division – Land Use Victoria. This branch provides trusted, impartial, expert advice to government and landholding agencies. The position will contribute to key policy, strategy, analytic and reform projects and priorities to improve the delivery of public value from the State Government's $300 billion land portfolio. This role within the Strategic Policy and Insights team will lead strategic investigations and projects focused on government land's contribution towards core policy areas, such as social and affordable housing. Specialist/Technical Expertise/QualificationsDemonstrated experience in contributing to the development and delivery of strategic policy, projects or initiatives and in relationship and stakeholder management.The ability to apply specialist knowledge (in an area such as public policy, planning, economics, land management or commercial development) to projects, policy and delivery challenges will be highly regarded. An appropriate tertiary qualification in a related field or relevant experience is required. This is a fixed term position available for a period of 9 monthsTo be considered for this position, your application should include a supporting statement demonstrating that you meet the Key Selection Criteria detailed in the position description, including the Specialist/Technical Expertise/Qualifications and capabilities sections. For further information please refer to the attached position description.Applications close at midnight on Thursday, 21 October 2021.Other relevant information:Preferred candidates will be required to undertake pre-employment screening, including a Declaration and Consent form and a National Police Check.Applicants must possess corresponding work rights to be eligible for appointment for the advertised employment period. To be appointed to an ongoing position you must be an Australian Permanent Resident or an Australian/New Zealand citizen.We are building an inclusive workplace to help realise the potential of our employees, embrace our differences, and apply our diverse thinking to innovation and delivering services to Victorian communities. All jobs can be worked flexibly and we encourage job applications from Aboriginal people, people with disabilities, young people and people from culturally diverse backgrounds.
Project Officer - Strategic Fuel Breaks (VPSG4)
Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, South West Region, Colac-Otway
Location: South West Region | Colac-Otway Job type: Full time / Until 30 June 2022 Organisation: Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning Salary: $88,955 - $100,930 Occupation: Land Management Reference: VG/50939758 Job posted: 05/10/2021 Closes: 19/10/2021 Occupation: Land Management Classification: VPSG4 Job duration: Until 30 June 2022 Contact: Jenny Howell | 0436 601 850 Reference: VG/50939758 Occupation: Land Management Salary Range: $88,955 - $100,930 Work location: South West Region | Colac-Otway An opportunity to work across the Barwon South West public land estate to plan and implement critical fuel management outcomes to protect high fire risk communities, critical infrastructure or important environmental and cultural assets.Contribute to a State-wide priority project that will provide a long-lasting legacy for community safety around Fire and Land Management.Contribute to a tangible project that will make a difference.This role is flexible, dynamic and collaborates with highly skilled and capable teams.The Project Officer - Strategic Fuel Breaks (SFB) provides support to plan and deliver priority SFB construction (or upgrade) and associated mechanical works across the region. Reporting to the Senior Project Lead within the Forest and Fire Operations branch, the position builds on current fire prevention works across the municipalities including mulching, slashing, community education programs and planned burning.The Project Officer supports the Lead to implement comprehensive monitoring and evaluation and values assessment processes, and works closely with regional communications, Risk and Evaluation and Values and Assets teams to inform proactive stakeholder and community engagement.Forest, Fire and Regions Group (FFRG) is committed to developing and promoting an organisation that is flexible, agile, and innovative. The group gives staff tools, development opportunities and the responsibility to deliver to high standards and continually improve. The department cares for the safety and wellbeing of its employees, supports work-life balance and champions diversity.Specialist/Technical Expertise/QualificationsAn appropriate qualification in environmental science, natural resource management, or approved equivalent is desirable.Knowledge of the capabilities of plant and equipment utilised in bushfire mitigation works.Demonstrated project management experience, including exceptional communication skills, previous experience managing multiple contractors and meeting community expectations.This is a fixed-term position available until 30 June 2022. This position is located at Colac - Barwon area.To be considered for this position, your application should include a supporting statement demonstrating that you meet the Key Selection Criteria detailed in the position description, including the Specialist/Technical Expertise/Qualifications and capabilities sections. For further information please refer to the attached position description.Applications close at midnight on Tuesday, 19 October 2021.Other relevant information:Preferred candidates will be required to undertake pre-employment screening, including a Declaration and Consent form and a National Police Check.Applicants must possess corresponding work rights to be eligible for appointment for the advertised employment period. To be appointed to an ongoing position you must be an Australian Permanent Resident or an Australian/New Zealand citizen.We are building an inclusive workplace to help realise the potential of our employees, embrace our differences, and apply our diverse thinking to innovation and delivering services to Victorian communities. All jobs can be worked flexibly and we encourage job applications from Aboriginal people, people with disabilities, young people and people from culturally diverse backgrounds. For further information including the position description, key selection criteria and to apply visit www.careers.vic.gov.au
Global Health Grants, Partnerships and Engagement Manager
Michael Page, Melbourne
Reporting to the Head of Global Health, this role will lead the strategy across partnerships, grants management, finance and effective communications to support successful fundraising. This includes leading a growing team of 3 advisors/coordinators.The incumbent will be expected to effectively manage successful partnerships with internal and external stakeholders, including leading public engagement functions/representation and driving improvement, quality and risk management.Demonstrated grants management and/or major donor experience within a not for profit. A proven track record managing complex, donor-funded programs. Advantageous to have knowledge of DFAT and ACFID accreditation standards with experience of managing a major Grant(s) and/or ANCP projects and budgets. Demonstrated experience of high-level relationship building and successful partnerships with a variety of stakeholders i.e. government, NFP and corporate sector and understanding of key global and regional development actors across Indo-Pacific Region with a view to generate funds. Significant experience in reviewing and managing tenders, grants, bids, proposals or similar documents. Representational skills in developing and effectively managing strategic relationships and Committees/Working Groups with a variety of internal and external donors, institutions and international forums, including leading public affairs/engagement functions and driving improvement and communications. Significant staff management experience, including mentoring, training and performance development of staff with an ability to work within a team in a flexible and co-operative manner.
Senior Equity and Inclusion Advisor - Australia Wide
The Fred Hollows Foundation, Melbourne
Job descriptionDo you want to do work that really matters? Help us end avoidable blindness Full time, Permanent (Part Time and/ or Job Share available)Flexible work arrangements available, Australia wide opportunity ABOUT THE FRED HOLLOWS FOUNDATIONCome and join our international development organisation, working to eliminate avoidable blindness. Currently operating in over 25 countries throughout Australia, Africa, South Asia, South East Asia, the Middle East and the Pacific, The Foundation has restored sight to over two million people worldwide. We have an ambitious five year strategic plan that aims to take The Foundation even closer to realising our vision of a world in which no person is needlessly blind and Indigenous Australians exercise their right to good health.ABOUT YOUYou will be an energetic self-starter used to working in a fast paced environment. You will be approachable and collaborative with an eye for detail. Working with multiple stakeholders and across competing priorities will be your bread and butter.THE OPPORTUNITYProviding technical support to country teams, the Senior Equity and Inclusion Advisor supports the development and implementation of projects and ensure equity and inclusion is embedded within these. At the organisational level the role champions gender equity and inclusion through the Gender Equity and Inclusion Leadership Group.KEY RESPONSIBILITIESTechnical Advice and Support Provide technical support and input into the development and implementation of key strategic equity and inclusion programmatic initiativesBuild the capacity of programs staff through the documentation and communication of preferred practice and one-on-one mentoring. Capacity development of country staff to ensure the use of equity analysis with a focus on gender and disability, to inform project design, implementation, monitoring and evaluationIdentify innovative initiatives to assess and address inequities in eye health in the countries where we work, and oversee the assessment of the effectiveness of these approaches aligned to country strategiesSupport the Strategic Initiatives and country teams by providing input for the development of new donor proposals to ensure equity is being addressed and provide technical review support for donor reporting.Develop relevant technical position papers and translate global practices/research findings to inform The Foundation’s program development.Communication and LearningMaintain knowledge of all equity programs and activities across The Foundation’s portfolio to support information sharing, collaboration and learning.Provide leadership, where appropriate, to ensure that working groups established for specific equity and inclusion improvement projects (which may include representatives from multiple teams, divisions, and locations) work collaboratively and effectively.Represent The Foundation at the global level, where appropriate, raising The Foundations profile with donors and organisations through engagement in external coordination mechanisms, reference groups, conferences and global meetingsLead Initiatives Gender Equity and Inclusion Champions:The GEICs are a dedicated team of skilled and capable people across FHF that promote, inform and help drive work to strengthen gender equity and inclusion both in the work-place, with their teams and managers, and within the programs we support.Gender Equity Learning Network:The GELN aims to create a space that allows The Foundation's staff to share programming practice, learn from each other's successes and challenges, and generate creative and innovative solutions to address gender equity within programming.WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO SUCCEEDMinimum 5 years’ experience in gender equity and inclusion project design and implementationProfessional experience in public health or international development.Experience in project coordination, including planning, data management, budget management and monitoring and evaluation.Experience in resource mobilisation, including supporting the delivery of donor funded projects in the international development sector.How we recognise your contributionThrough our internal programs and employee benefits we aim to create an environment where you will feel supported and empowered. Whether your focus is on continuous learning, professional development or simply finding an environment which enables you to thrive while balancing family or personal commitments, then we have a number of programs in place to support you.These include:Doing meaningful work that will help shape the lives of those living in communitiesFlexible work environment – we focus on output not hoursGenerous Leave allowances, including time of for cultural significant/ceremonial leaveOngoing commitment to your continuous learning and career developmentTo find out more about our benefits click hereAPPLICATIONSIf this opportunity appeals to you and suits your skills, we would love to have a confidential conversation with you. Please reach out to our Talent Acquisition Specialist, on employment@hollows.org using the subject line: Senior Equity and Inclusion Advisor - Australia Wide enquiry via EthicalJobs. Kind note that CV’s will not be considered through this email address.Please click Apply Now to submit your application.Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply for this position.The Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to protecting the rights of children and community partners in all areas where we work. Applicants are advised that The Foundation reserves the right to conduct police checks and other screening procedures to ensure we maintain and promote a child safe environment.A position description is attached.
Collaborative Project Manager - Community-led Resilience
Lord Mayor's Charitable Foundation, Melbourne
Job descriptionAs the Collaborative Project Manager, you will have responsibility to activate and accelerate the Collaborative’s development, to grow the network of connected communities and supporting partner organisations, and to establish a sustainable model for the Collaborative.Working closely with the Collaborative partners, your role will include the development and implementation of a strategic framework, and governance arrangements. You will achieve this through strong stakeholder relationships, providing advice on governance and approaches, and working closely with the co-design coordinator (whose role is to work with communities via our partners in co-designing the Collaborative).As the successful candidate you will have a passion for centring community voices in resilience building and demonstrated experience in:Organisational governanceComplex, partnership-based organisationsInterpersonal skills to successfully engage a broad range of cross-sector stakeholders in achieving purpose-driven outcomesSupporting community-led initiatives, particularly at the strategic levelThis is a 0.6 FTE contract position with flexible working hours. Occasional travel to and from regional sites (or Melbourne) will likely be required.For additional information, please contact Dr Karyn Bosomworth, Healthy & Resilient Communities Program Manager, at karyn.bosomworth@lmcf.org.au using the subject line: Collaborative Project Manager - Community-led Resilience enquiry via EthicalJobs.A position description is attached.
Divisional Business and People Manager, Divisional Services, Grants and Policy (VPSG5)
Department of Families, Fairness and Housing, Melbourne, CBD
Location: Melbourne | CBD Job type: Full time / Until 30 October 2023 Organisation: Department of Families, Fairness and Housing Salary: $102,637 - $124,183 Occupation: Human Resources Reference: VG/DFFH/FV/635202A Job posted: 08/10/2021 Closes: 24/10/2021 Occupation: Human Resources Classification: VPSG5 Job duration: Until 30 October 2023 Contact: David Kensit | david.kensit@dffh.vic.gov.au Reference: VG/DFFH/FV/635202A Occupation: Human Resources Salary Range: $102,637 - $124,183 Work location: Melbourne | CBD The Department of Families, Fairness and Housing (DFFH) works hard to create equal opportunities for all Victorians to live a safe, respected and valued life. Our areas of focus are child protection, housing, disability, the prevention of family violence, multicultural affairs, LGBTQI+ equality, veterans, women and youth. The work we do benefits thousands of Victorians, particularly those who are disadvantaged and vulnerable. We work in a variety of community-based settings, including people's homes, residential facilities and secure settings across metropolitan, rural and regional Victoria. We are committed to developing and supporting a workforce that is well equipped and highly motivated. All jobs can be worked flexibly and we encourage applications from Aboriginal people and people from diverse backgrounds and abilities.POSITION SUMMARY:We are looking for an experienced and passionate Divisional Business and People Manager to join the Divisional Services, Grants and Policy branch (DSGP) in Fairer Victoria, within the Department of Families, Fairness and Housing. The role sits within the Office of the Director and advises on best human resources and business practice as well as acting as an advisor to the Director DSGP. The Divisional Business and People Manager will oversee the human resources functions of DSGP, the office of the Deputy Secretary and Fairer Victoria portfolios more broadly. The role will also process high-level administrative requests as well as providing the director DSGP with high-level strategic advice and support.You will be an experienced people manager with a track record of delivering human resources and administrative support in complex and changing environments. You will have superior interpersonal communication, project and stakeholder management skills, a passion for supporting people through change processes, have integrity and resilience and build trust through consistent actions, values and communication.Department of Families, Fairness and HousingThe creation of the Department of Families, Fairness and Housing in early 2021 has allowed for a dedicated focus on community wellbeing and the social recovery of Victoria. The department is delivering on important work started before the pandemic and will continue to lead bold and innovative reform amongst Victoria's diverse communities.The department includes the Child Protection, Prevention of Family Violence, Housing and Disability and Ageing and Carers teams. The department is also responsible for the key portfolios of Multicultural Affairs, LGBTQI+ Equality, Veterans and the offices for Women and Youth, as well as delivering the department's response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The department also supports Family Safety Victoria, Homes Victoria and Respect Victoria.Divisional Services, Grants and PolicyDivisional Services, Grants and Policy works across the Fairer Victoria division to lead and coordinate cross-portfolio activities and provide advice and guidance on best practice to Fairer Victoria portfolios. The unit delivers strategic policy initiatives and projects, supports administration of Fairer Victoria's community grants programs, and coordinates and provides advice on corporate, budget, governance and financial matters.The Director of Divisional Services, Grants and Policy reports directly to the Deputy Secretary, Fairer Victoria.HOW TO APPLY:Applicants are encouraged to apply online, submitting a cover letter and a current resume.Please note: For this position, you are not required to address each of the key selection criteria in a separate written document.Preferred candidates will be required to complete pre-employment screening, including a national police check and misconduct screening.Applicants must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or hold a valid work permit or visa. Work eligibility will be checked as part of the recruitment process. For further information please visit the Department of Families, Fairness and Housing Click 'Apply Now' to submit your interest in this position.
Aboriginal Health Project Lead
Monash Health, Melbourne, Eastern Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Job type: Not provided Organisation: Monash Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Health and Allied Health Reference: 49949 Job posted: 08/10/2021 Closes: 05/11/2021 Occupation: Health and Allied Health Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Kenton Winsley - 0497751765Kenton.Winsley@monashhealth.org Reference: 49949 Occupation: Health and Allied Health Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan We offer:Cultural, emotional and spiritual support to patients and families Participation in family meetings, goals of care and care planning Patient advocacy and referrals to other services Support in relation to discharge planning and linking to community servicesAcknowledging the vital role they play in providing healthcare to our community, Monash Health proudly supports the WHO 2021 International Year of Health and Care Workers. About Monash HealthMonash Health is Victoria’s largest public health service. We are proud to provide healthcare to one quarter of Melbourne’s population, across the entire life-span from newborn and children, to adults, the elderly, their families and carers. More than 18,000 employees work at over 40 care locations across south eastern Melbourne, including Monash Medical Centre, Monash Children’s Hospital, Moorabbin Hospital, Dandenong Hospital, Casey Hospital, Kingston Centre, Cranbourne Centre, and an extensive network of rehabilitation, aged care, community health and mental health facilities. For more information please visit www.monashhealth.org.About The RoleIn consultation with the Senior Project Lead: this position is required to plan, coordinate, monitor and report on the deliverables of Monash Health’s Reconciliation Action Plan, Cultural Safety Plan and Identification Plan. The position actively participates in the engagement and consultation required to achieve the deliverables identified within the plan by collaborating with all levels of Monash Health.About YouYou must be an Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander person to be eligible for the role and potential candidates must identity as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person and demonstrate acceptance by their Aboriginal community and actively participate in Aboriginal cultural activities.  You must be passionate about supporting and advocating for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and dedicated to improving health outcomes for this priority population group. You lead by example, thrive working in a dynamic, fast paced environment and are truly passionate about delivering a high standard of evidence based care to Aboriginal people.You Are Also:committed to a cultural mentoringdedicated to cultural safe healthcarecommitted to delivering patient centred care & a patient advocacyenthusiastic, compassionate & able to work collaboratively What You Need:Community ConnectionsIdentity as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person and you’re accepted by the community and participate in cultural activities.  Demonstrated experience working in health and in particular Aboriginal HealthAustralian working rightsWhat We Offer:access to Monash Health in-house learning portals to further expand your knowledge baseavenues to further develop your advocacy skillsmentorship & career guidancesupport to attend relevant forums & conferencesa supportive learning environment, should you wish to undertake further studiesIn addition, you will have access to benefits including salary packaging to increase your take-home pay, access to onsite subsidised staff car parking and gym, uniform and the Employee Assistance Program (EAP).Monash Health recognises the value of equal employment opportunity and is committed to patient safety and promoting fairness, equity and diversity in the workplace. At Monash Health we are relentless in our pursuit of excellence and work to our six guiding principles.How to ApplyApplications will only be accepted via the Monash Health online Mercury System only. Email applications will not be considered.Existing Monash Health Employees should apply using your Monash Health employee account. For any queries regarding employee accounts contact Recruitment Services by email – recruitment@monashhealth.org.Offers of employment can only be made once all required probity checks have been completed.  These include:reference checksa clear Police Check conducted within the last three monthsa current Victorian Employee Working with Children’s Check (or proof of payment for same)proof of immunisationIn accordance with recent Victorian Public Health directions all employees working in the Public Health system need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and be required to provide evidence of their vaccination status.   All candidates that are recommended for appointment will be required to provide evidence they meet the vaccination criteria.This will be by providing a copy of your immunisation history statement, which can be accessed via My Gov, or evidence that you have a vaccination appointment before 1 November 2021.  This evidence will need to be uploaded to the E Recruit system.Offers of employment will only be made to candidates that can provide evidence that they meet the above requirements.  If you are unsure of these requirements please contact the Recruitment Manager for this vacancy.As part of our selection process, you may be invited by email to participate in an on-camera video interview.Apply NOW to join our Aboriginal Health Team at Monash Health!