Hours: Full time, 12 Months Contract
Employing 600 staff and an enjoying the support of in excess of 1200 volunteers, the Brotherhood of St Laurence delivers a cross section of services to the most disadvantaged in the community. In addition, we are committed to researching the causes and effects of poverty and advocating at national and local level for policy solutions.
Following on from the Brotherhood’s involvement in, and as a response to, the Recommendations from the Royal Commission into Family Violence, the organisation is focusing on an enhanced intentional and systematic approach to issues related to family violence.
Working closely with a cross section of both internal and external stakeholders, the successful candidate will be responsible for leading and implementing organisation wide outcomes in the areas of family violence practice, awareness, training and data collection.
Tertiary qualifications in Public Health, Community, Project Management or related disciplines are essential for this role as is a sound understanding of family violence issues, priorities and policies and demonstrated project management and change management experience. In addition, the successful candidate will have outstanding interpersonal and time management skills and the capacity to work collaboratively with a diverse range of stakeholders. A valid driver's license is also essential for this role.
If you are looking for a Project Lead opportunity with an organisation at the forefront of the sector and you are passionate about advocating for change and Best Practice, this could be the opportunity you are looking for.
Apply for this position via http://www.ardent.com.au/seekjobs.php For further information about the role or a confidential discussion call Paul Hoffman on 1300 762 899 or email paul(at)ardent.com.au
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Acknowledgement of country
The Brotherhood of St Laurence acknowledges and recognises the Traditional Owners of the land upon which we live and work, and we pay our respects to their Elders both past and present.