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Project Coordinator

Northern Community Legal Centre


Working under the supervision of NCLC’s Partnerships & Community Development Manager, this position will be responsible for the development, delivery and evaluation of two recently funded family violence projects: NCLC’s Safe Landing Project, which responds to the migration and family violence related legal and support needs of women residing on temporary visas in Australia, and the North-West Enhanced Pathways Project, which will implement a partnership model with maternal child health services across our catchments, with a particular focus upon the Mitchell region.

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You will have a Bachelor of Arts, Social Work, Law or equivalent qualification and demonstrated experience and skills in project management including project development, implementation and evaluation.


Salary up to $89,000 per annum pro rata (depending on experience), plus employer funded superannuation. In addition, generous salary packaging is available (including access to Accommodation and Meal Entertainment packaging).


The Northern Community Legal Centre (NCLC) is a dynamic not-for-profit community legal centre operating in one of the fastest growing areas of Melbourne, with a catchment including the Moreland, Hume and Mitchell Shire Local Government Areas. The NCLC operates from a central office located in Broadmeadows with outreach clinics and programs in other service areas. NCLC’s growing, passionate and skilled team of 23 staff – including a Community Development team of seven – provides advice, casework, community legal education, community development and administrative support to priority clients, including victims of family violence.

The recent expansion of two existing integrated family violence programs has led to the opportunity to appoint this position to work with the Northwest Enhancement project and the Safe Landing Project teams.

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For further information on the role, please contact Tania McKenna, Partnerships and Community Development Manager on 03 9310 4376.

A full position description is attached.

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