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Prevention of Violence Against Women (PVAW) Workforce Development Coordinator.

9 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 highly motivated, competent and dynamic woman to manage a government-funded project for prevention of violence against women (PVAW), with a particular focus on building the capability of the PVAW sector to deliver high quality primary prevention and gender equity activities.

You will have experience in project management and leading a team, high level skills in the development and delivery of training and capacity-building initiatives, and strong knowledge and experience in PVAW and gender equity.

This role is nine days per fortnight (0.9 FTE) 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 163 KB)

Applications close at 5pm on Monday 11th July 2016.

Note: Interviews are likely to be scheduled for Monday 18th July 2016.


WHV Facilitator Pool : Expressions of Interest

Part time, casual (ad-hoc) positions

Women’s Health Victoria is inviting skilled trainers in the areas of gender equality, the prevention of violence against women, and women’s health to apply to join our new Facilitator pool.

The EOI is open to anyone who may be interested in opportunities to facilitate training on a casual basis, including those from the women’s health, health promotion and international development sectors, and independent consultants.

Men are encouraged to apply.

For more information:

First round of Expressions of Interest closes : Friday 1 July 2016

Content Reviewed: 28 June 2016
Last Updated: 28 June 2016