- Job posted on: 14th Oct 2020
- Applications close:
Our purpose is to prevent and minimise harm from alcohol and other drugs across Australia. We are a leading national evidence based organisation committed to guiding and strengthening community led action offering drug and alcohol expertise and resources as well as programs that reach millions of people in local communities through sporting clubs, community groups, health organisations and schools. We know that strong communities are the best way to prevent future harms.
The Senior Community Development Officer is responsible for the delivery of ADF programs and projects to local communities to develop and strengthen their capacity to reduce the impact of alcohol and other drug related harm.
A typical day could require you to lead and drive community stakeholders to implement local prevention initiatives, contribute to team meetings and internal working groups, navigate different scenarios with complex stakeholders to help develop valuable solutions We work in a culture and environment of teamwork, collaboration and achievement.
Visit our careers page for a copy of the Position Description and www.adf.org.au/careers
To succeed you will be:
To ensure our people feel valued, inspired and respected we provide a range of benefits and practices including:
The ADF encourages cultural diversity and our programs are reflective of our community partners, stakeholders and community at large. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.
Applications must be submitted by our careers page. Include a resume and a cover letter addressing the Capability Profile section of the position description.
Please note, applications without a cover letter addressing the above requirements may not be considered.
For enquiries, please contact People & Culture email@example.com using the subject line: Senior Community Development Officer enquiry via EthicalJobs.