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Women with Disabilities Victoria is a vibrant organisation of women with disabilities working for women with disabilities in Victoria. We have a disability friendly work environment and encourage women with disabilities to apply for positions advertised.


Current Vacancies

 

General Manager Role (New Position)

An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced woman to take on this new role of General Manager of Women with Disabilities Victoria. This role will support an incoming Chief Executive Officer to ensure Women with Disabilities Victoria (WDV) has the systems and processes to effectively carry out its mission.

WDV is a vibrant and fast growing organization. It is unique in its role to represent women with disabilities across Victoria. Our mission is to advance real social and economic inclusion for women with disabilities by being a voice, creating opportunities to be visible and heard, building partnerships to deliver the best results, and engaging the community to challenge attitudes and myths about women with disabilities.

Women with Disabilities Victoria has a healthy workplace culture with disability and family-friendly conditions. It has strong track record in delivering programs that address the compounding disadvantage of gender and disability.

EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS

Salary and benefits: To be negotiated

Conditions: WHV Enterprise Agreement 2007

Hours of Work: 68.4 hours per fortnight

Tenure: This position is for 12 months and may be extended.

Position Location: Level 9, 255 Bourke St, Melbourne

To view or download the Position Description, please see the links below:

General Manager Position Description 2018 – PDF Version 

General Manager Position Description 2018 – Word Version

Applications close 9:00AM Monday 23 July 2018.

Chief Executive Officer

An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced woman with a disability to take on the role of CEO of Women with Disabilities Victoria.

Women with Disabilities Victoria (WDV) is a vibrant and fast growing organization. It is unique in its role to represent women with disabilities across Victoria. In this time of family violence reform and disability service reform in Victoria the CEO’s role provides a great opportunity to provide strong leadership to achieve continued growth and sustainability.

Our mission is to advance real social and economic inclusion for women with disabilities by being a voice, creating opportunities to be visible and heard, building partnerships to deliver the best results, and engaging the community to challenge attitudes and myths about women with disabilities.

Working closely with the Board and the General Manager, the CEO will drive the achievement of the strategic plan and collaborate with all stakeholders in order to facilitate the organisation’s goals.

EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS

Hours of Work: Full time with flexible work options available
Position Location:
Level 9, 255 Bourke St, Melbourne.
Probity & Compliance Requirements:
Current consent to check and release National Police Record with a satisfactory outcome
Possess Australian Citizenship or permanent resident status with applicable work visa
WDV is a smoke free workplace
WDV meets the special measures requirements of the Equal Opportunity Act (2010) for the purpose of promoting or realizing substantive equality for women and women with disabilities.
The position is subject to a probationary period.

To view or download the Position Description, please see the links below:

Chief Executive Officer Position Description – PDF Version

Chief Executive Officer Position Description – Word Version

Applications close at 9:00AM Monday 23 July 2018.

Gender and Disability Workforce Capacity Building Officer

Are you passionate about advancing the rights of women with disabilities?

Women with Disabilities Victoria is a vibrant organisation of women with disabilities working for women with disabilities in Victoria.

We have a disability friendly work environment.

We are seeking an enthusiastic Gender and Disability Workforce Capacity Building Officer to join our friendly Workforce Development Program team.

EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS

Classification: Women’s Health Victoria Enterprise Agreement 2007 Level 4

Salary Range: $70,386 -$78,092 pro-rata

Hours Of Work: 0.8 FTE (60.8 hours per fortnight)

Tenure: This position is for 12 months and may be extended

Position Location: WDV, Level 9, 255 Bourke Street, Melbourne.

To view or download the Position Description, please see the links below:

Gender & Disability Workforce Capacity Building Officer Position Description – PDF Version

Gender & Disability Workforce Capacity Building Officer Position Description – Word Version

Applications close COB Thursday 19 July 2018.

Youth Facilitator for the Enabling Young Women Program (Melbourne Outer East Region)

Women with Disabilities Victoria is a small and vibrant organisation of women with disabilities, working with and for women with disabilities in Victoria.

We are looking for a young person (aged 18-25years) who identifies as a woman having a disability to assist in delivering the Enabling Young Women Program working one day a week for 6 weeks.

This is a fixed-term contract. Contract period commences in August and ends at the completion of the Enabling Young Women program in December 2018 and transport can be arranged for the role if needed.

To view or download the Position Description, please see the links below:

Enabling Young Women Co Facilitator Position Description – PDF Version

Enabling Young Women Co Facilitator Position Description – Word Version

Enabling Young Women Co-Facilitator Advert Flyer – PDF Version

Enabling Young Women Co-Facilitator Advert Flyer – Word Version

Applications close 9:00AM Monday 30th July 2018.


How to submit your completed applications:

Applications marked confidential are to be email to recruitment@wdv.org.au, the subject line must include the title of the job you are applying for and your full name.

or posted to:

Recruitment Officer at Women with Disabilities Victoria
GPO Box 1160, Melbourne VIC 3001.

IMPORTANT: only applications which directly address the key selection criteria will be considered.