This role is an exciting opportunity to participate in a genuinely peer-centred project, working closely with women who have been criminalised and incarcerated to achieve the project’s objectives. The role involves working directly with criminalised women and other peer-led organisations to drive systemic change across some of Victoria’s most pressing social justice issues, including women’s over-incarceration, Victoria’s housing crisis, family violence and significant failures in the mental health system. With input from women with lived experience, the coordinator will also develop and document best-practice for working with peers and provide guidance and advice to other organisations doing peer-led work.
The position is available for an immediate start. The full position description can be downloaded here.
Candidates are requested to email the following as one PDF document:
- A covering letter, no longer than one page;
- A resume which includes your contact details, education, previous work and volunteer experience.
Applications should be addressed to Claudia Fatone, Chief Executive Officer, and emailed as soon as possible but no later than 5pm Friday 22 March 2019 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions about the position, please contact the project manager, Megan Pearce on 0478 562 778.
Women, Aboriginal people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities, people from recently arrived communities, people with lived experience of criminalisation and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
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