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Administration Officer

6 days per fortnight, fixed-term (12 month) position

Women’s Health Victoria (WHV) is an independent Victorian state-wide women’s health promotion organisation. We work collaboratively with health professionals, policy makers and community organisations to influence and inform health policy and service delivery for women. By incorporating a gendered approach to health promotion, we aim to reduce inequality and improve health outcomes for women.

WHV is seeking a committed, competent and dynamic Administration Officer. The Administration Officer will primarily provide administrative support to the Policy and Health Promotion Team, including in relation to event management, training support, website updates, communications and reporting. The position will also provide support to the Business Services Team with business processes and governance systems.

You will be an experienced administrator, with excellent organisational skills and ability to manage competing priorities and timelines, competency in Microsoft Office software and demonstrated skills in coordination of events. Experience in health promotion or public health will be an advantage.

This role is three days a week (0.6 EFT) for a period of 12 months to end June 2017.

WHV offers excellent salary packaging benefits and the opportunity to be involved in making a difference in the lives of Victorian women.

WHV Equal Opportunity Exemption No. H102/2014

For further information and details of how to apply, download the
Position Description (PDF 180 KB)

Applications close at midnight on 7 August 2016.


WHV Facilitator Pool.

The EOI submission period has ended.

For information on the Facilitator Pool, please refer to the updated Frequently Asked Questions document or contact our training coordinator at training@whv.org.au FAQs_Facilitator_Pool_EOI_updated

Content Reviewed: 18 July 2016
Last Updated: 18 July 2016