- Job posted on: 17th Feb 2021
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Domestic Violence Crisis Service (DVCS) is a non-government, not-for-profit specialist domestic and family violence service that seeks to reduce violence and abuse in relationships. DVCS provides crisis and long-term support services to help break the domestic and family violence cycle. DVCS is here to support people, both during and after crisis situations as well as support programs for those who use violence, with aim of bringing about change.
You’ll enjoy a high level of visibility as the leader and spokesperson for this leading domestic violence organisation and be rewarded with a competitive salary package.
Reporting to the board, you will join at a pivotal time of consolidation and growth. Your visionary and inspiring leadership will cement DVCS’s reputation as the leading domestic violence non-profit in the ACT.
Your responsibilities will include:
To excel in this role you will be a strong and decisive executive leader, from a domestic violence background, or similar sector organisation. You will have highly developed strategic planning skills and a proven track record developing high-performing teams.
Additionally you will offer:
If you believe in a world free of violence and abuse, please apply by submitting your resume and covering letter addressing the above skills and experience required quoting ref #688051, or contact Lois Freeke in confidence on +61 (0) 2 8243 0570.