- Job posted on: 24th Feb 2021
- Applications close:
Mens Outreach Service Aboriginal Corporation (MOSAC) was established in 2001 and provides social and community support programs to men, their families and communities in the Kimberley.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced manager to lead the development of a team, including community-based positions, for the new "Change Em Ways" (CEW) Community program, an extension of the existing CEW program.
The role is key to the organisation and is part of the MOSAC Leadership Team. In this role you will oversee the delivery of the CEW men's behavioural change domestic violence program to selected remote communities and towns across the Kimberley, while providing management support to a diverse team.
Are you an experienced manager with qualifications and extensive experience in family domestic violence programs, and experience in delivering Aboriginal community-based programs with an ability to travel across the Kimberley region regularly?
If you have the above experience and are interested in working for a grassroots, community focused and valued organisation, please contact us.
Aboriginal people are strongly encouraged to apply.
A salary package up to $110,000 p/a pro rata is offered depending on your skills, qualifications and experience. The package comprises a base hourly rate plus a District Allowance. In addition, other benefits include 5 weeks Annual Leave with loading, Superannuation and a pro rata Airfare Allowance of $800 per annum with generous Salary Packaging benefits. All benefits are paid on a pro rata basis.
Please email Sarah Macnee, Chief Operating Officer, on firstname.lastname@example.org, using the subject line: Team Leader - Change Em Ways Program enquiry via EthicalJobs or 0437 840 128 for further information.