Employment Opportunities

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

Gender and Disability Coordinator (0.8 FTE)

The Gender and Disability Coordinator is a position within the Gender and Disability Workforce Development Program.

This position is responsible for:

  • Implementing the Gender and Disability Workforce Development Program training and workforce deliverables over the next phase of funding.
  • Building and maintaining effective relationships with key stakeholders, to support Program delivery.
  • Contributing knowledge and expertise in prevention of violence against women with disabilities (PVAWD), gender and disability equity for the broader strategic positioning of women with disabilities in primary prevention.
  • Contributing to a strong and respectful team culture grounded in feminist and co-design principles

Position Description PDF version

Position Description Microsoft Word version

Applications close 5pm Monday September 20, 2021.

 

How to submit your completed applications:

Applications marked confidential are to be emailed to [email protected] The subject line must include the title of the job you are applying for and your full name.

or posted to:

Vikki Cummings at Women with Disabilities Victoria
GPO Box 1160, Melbourne VIC 3001.

To apply for a position at WDV, you may like to submit all, or some files via the cloud, particularly if they are a video or voice recording. This includes:

To apply for a position at WDV, you may like to submit all, or some files via the cloud, particularly if they are a video or voice recording. This includes:
– Cover letter
– Resume / CV
– Response to the Key selection criteria

The below instructions show how to share files via WeTransfer and Dropbox.

Sharing information via WeTransfer or DropBox

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