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Sessional Trainers - Community Housing

Community Housing Industry Association Victoria


  • Experienced working in social housing and wanting to improve the lives of renters?
  • Understand the challenges faced by the community housing workforce in delivering services?
  • Have a strong commitment to developing the capability of the community housing workforce?
  • Have great communication, presentation and group facilitation skills and experience?


  • Exciting opportunity to deliver high quality training to support the provision of quality community housing services
  • Flexible sessional training work with Victoria’s peak community housing organisation
  • Remote training delivery means you can work from anywhere
  • Casual/contract role
  • Great supportive team
  • Resources and materials provided


The Community Housing Industry Association Victoria (CHIA Vic) is the peak body representing not-for-profit community housing organisations in this state.  

CHIA Vic’s role is to advocate on behalf of members to government and other relevant bodies and provide advice, resources, and training to the community housing sector. Community housing in Victoria is provided by a large and diverse range of not-for-profit organisations. These organisations own and manage over 20,000 tenancies in Victoria across the regulated and independent sectors.


CHIA Vic has a long history in delivering specialist training to the community housing industry, building the knowledge and skills of the workforce.

CHIA Vic invites applications from people with great social/community housing sector expertise and presentation skills to become sessional trainers to help us deliver our exciting training program in 2024.

CHIA Vic will match you to one of our specialist community housing courses and provide you with support and course materials to deliver CHIA Vic training.

Most training events are delivered remotely over Zoom in a workshop style.

Candidates must have the right to work in Australia and be willing to undertake a police check.


  • Well established practice experience in provision of housing services in the social/community sector
  • An understanding of the challenges faced by the social/community housing workforce in delivering services
  • A strong commitment to development of the community housing workforce
  • Strong presentation and group facilitation skills and experience
  • Ability to teach and motivate others and encourage engagement in learning

Experience as a trainer and/or relevant training qualifications are highly valued, but not a mandatory requirement.


To submit your interest, please click 'Apply Now' and send a cover letter addressing the above criteria along with your resume.

Enquiries about the role can be sent to [email protected] using the subject line: Sessional Trainers - Community Housing enquiry via EthicalJobs.

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