- Melbourne > Collingwood
- $85,000 - $97,000 per annum
- Job posted on: 5th May 2022
- Applications close:
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply for this role.
This role is responsible for contributing to developing actions and processes (policy) that supports the Assembly to build the Treaty process in Victoria. The role will involve working on projects, providing administrative support to committees and working group meetings, and communicating with Aboriginal organisations and communities in Victoria.
Demonstrated capacity to work effectively and with integrity in the context of a Victorian Traditional Owner representative body
Willing and able to support the leadership of an organisation that is Aboriginal controlled and representative of Aboriginal communities in Victoria. Demonstrated understanding of the Aboriginal community in Victoria. Able to navigate complex relationships and act in accordance with the Assembly values. Willing and able to behave in a way that supports the achievement of the Assembly values and builds the reputation of the Assembly.
Demonstrated experience in problem solving, analysis, seeing an issue from different viewpoints and thinking creatively about an issue
Experience in problem solving, analysis, thinking creatively about an issue, including the ability to understand an issue from different viewpoints. May involve research and developing actions, processes and information. Willing and able to support Policy Managers and Head of Policy and Negotiations to deliver complex policy projects, briefings and other materials within timeframes, and in a dynamic and fast-paced environment.
Strong Written and Verbal Skills
Strong written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to write and speak clearly and plainly to different audiences. Experience writing documents to a good standard, including briefings, engagement materials, guidance documents, submissions or reports. Able to think and write at a high level while also having attention to detail.
Demonstrated capacity for engagement and collaboration
Engages stakeholders and the community, establishes and builds relationships within and outside the Assembly including board, members, staff and other leaders in Victoria who play a critical role in achieving Treaties. Able to understand and manage a range of expectations, and develop and implement solutions in a collaborative manner.
Great organisational skills to plan and manage work
Able to manage competing and changing priorities and timeframes to deliver advice and projects to a high standard and on time. Has experience working on projects and knowledge of different methodologies and approaches.
Technical Skills: MS Office proficiency
Reports To: Policy Manager
A position description is attached.