- Job posted on: 25th Jun 2020
- Applications close:
Are you an advocate for gender equality and preventing violence against women? Are you looking to make an impact and drive positive cultural and behavioral change through building healthy and sustainable networks and communities?
If you’ve answered ‘’Yes’’ to the above questions, you could be managing the specific portfolio of “Preventing Violence Against Women- (PVAW)” at DPV Health.
DPV Health is a leading healthcare services provider operating out of Melbourne’s Northern growth corridor. Our professional staff deliver a wide variety of clinical, community health and wellbeing services.
At DPV Health we pride ourselves on being inclusive and celebrating the diversity of all people within our communities. We are passionate about supporting people to lead safe and healthy lives. We are dedicated to working with women, culturally diverse communities, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, disabled, LGBTIQ and youth.
The Health Promotion Coordinator focuses on the PVAW priority of the Integrated Health Promotion Program and reports to the Team Leader, Population Health. The position is a fixed contract until 30 June 2021.
A key focus of the position will be to:
In this position you will be responsible for the design, implementation and delivery of community projects and campaigns in the PVAW sector. You will be required to use a place based approach and efficient resource management skills to build, evaluate and manage these programs. You will be provided with guidance, resources, flexibility and support to explore new methodologies to deliver innovative and impactful projects in addressing family violence and the promotion of gender equality.
You will also have:
DPV Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to ensuring we have an inclusive, diverse and safe workplace for our staff and clients. To us diversity means people of any age, family situation, cultural and linguistic background, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical sex characteristics, ability or disability, health, life experience, socio-economic situation, faith, spirituality and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background. We encourage all individuals to apply.
For further enquires contact: Neela Konara, Team Leader Population Health, Neela.email@example.com, using the subject line: Health Promotion Coordinator - Preventing Violence Against Women enquiry via EthicalJobs or Phone: 03 8401 2751.
A position description is attached.