- Melbourne > CBD & Inner Suburbs Melbourne
- $85,000 - $92,000 pro rata + salary packaging
- Job posted on: 6th May 2022
- Applications close:
The Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare (the Centre) is a not-for-profit peak body for child and family service organisations in Victoria. We represent more than 150 community service organisations, students and individuals working across the continuum of services from early years through to the child protection and youth justice systems. We advocate strongly for the rights of children and young people to be heard, to be safe, to access education and to remain connected to family, community and culture. We work closely with community service organisations, government, other peaks, philanthropy and business to make sure vulnerable children, young people and families are seen and heard and supported to thrive.
The Centre is committed to being a diverse and inclusive workplace, and to the health, wellbeing and cultural safety of our staff. We encourage applicants of any background, culture, gender, and experience to apply.
The Centre is committed to the health, safety, and wellbeing of its staff. The Centre and its staff must comply with a range of statutory requirements including equal opportunity, occupational health and safety and privacy. The Centre requires staff to comply with its policies and procedures and related statutory requirements.
The Out-of-Home Care Philanthropic Funders Network (the OoHC Network) is a collaborative group of philanthropic organisations with a shared interest in improving the outcomes of children and young people at risk of entering, or with an experience of, out-of-home care (OoHC).
The OoHC Network is a successful example of collaborative philanthropy that has made a strong impact in the OoHC sector in Victoria through the contributions of a diverse range of philanthropic organisations in partnership with the OoHC sector.
Since its inception in 2017, the OoHC Network Project has provided a unique forum for its members to learn about the child and family services sector including trends, evidence and innovation in OoHC in Victoria and other jurisdictions. The OoHC Network also facilitates collaborative grant rounds.
The Centres advocacy for the rights of children and young people, in particular for those with an experience of OoHC brings a whole of system perspective of both the challenges and innovations and highlights the systemic change opportunity for philanthropy.
The OoHC Network project is funded by and works closely with Equity Trustees.
Reports to: Director, Strategic Innovation
Reporting to this role: There are no positions reporting to this role
The successful applicant will have:
Knowledge and Understanding
Please submit your CV, a covering letter and a response to the key selection criteria.
A position description is attached.