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This is an exciting opportunity for a motivated and experienced project officer, who is passionate about making a positive impact in the community and committed to influencing the wicked social problem of family violence.
We are currently seeking a Project Officer to work closely with the Respectful Man Advisory Group to lead the conversion of the Respectful Man (RM) program to be delivered safely in an online setting from a face to face setting. The position holder will take a lead role in supporting the design, testing and evaluation of new approaches to online programs that support working with men. The role will assist to build a knowledge of what works while using this to enhance the capability of staff that work with men.
We are seeking an applicant with a degree in education, gender studies, community development, public health or another relevant discipline and experience in project/stakeholder management. We are looking for a sound understanding of the evidence base around violence prevention in education settings/ respectful relationships education. Candidates with an understanding of issues around men’s health and wellbeing, masculinities, and gender equality will be highly regarded.
Interrelate is a not-for-profit provider of relationship services. Our vision is to empower people to thrive in the most vital part of their lives – their relationships.
We are committed to leading the way in providing responsive, cutting edge, transformative relationship services with and for our diverse communities, at every stage of life. We are committed to responding to the vulnerabilities of families and children in their communities and to building stronger relationships.
We deliver professional services like a big business, but with the heart of a not-for-profit. We deliver services spread across 30+ physical locations (plus online) to more than 120,000 clients and we’re backed by qualified staff and more than 90 years of trusted expertise in sensitive relationship matters. We work in a broad context, connecting people with their communities and culture.
Due to the current Covid-19 Pandemic our workforce is mostly working and providing services to our communities from the safety of their home. The health and wellbeing of our staff and clients are paramount and we are doing what we can to contribute to reducing the spread of the virus by minimizing face-to-face client delivery, except by Zoom. We are offering very limited face to face services under strict conditions following a risk assessment. Applicants should have flexibility to work from home or the nearest Interrelate office, as COVID-19 and other business needs demand.
We offer the following competitive employment conditions:
Interrelate aspires to continue to be a leader in our community, an organisation known for working respectfully with clients from all different and diverse backgrounds. We welcome applications from people regardless of their gender, race, age, disability, sexual orientation, religion, language, socio-economic circumstances, life circumstances, beliefs and any other forms of disadvantage.
All Interrelate positions require satisfactory completion of relevant Police and Working with Children Checks. Interrelate services are funded by the Australian Government.