- Melbourne > Carlton
- Job posted on: 11th Feb 2022
- Applications close:
The Victorian Trades Hall Council (VTHC) is looking for people who want to make a difference.
We are seeking to employ a Project Organiser - Project and Participant Support in the Women Onsite project on a short-term contract (until 30 June 2022) to work as part of our Jobs team.
The Project Organiser - Project and Participant Support will be working on the Women Onsite project to support more women take up and complete apprenticeships and traineeships in historically male-dominated industries such as manufacturing and construction.
This role will focus on participant support pre-employment, including job readiness, and provide back up support to events.
The Victorian Trades Hall Council (VTHC) is the peak body for unions in Victoria. It provides industrial support for affiliated unions and runs campaigns and delivers projects to promote the interests of Victorian workers.
Our mission at Women Onsite is to support committed women of all ages and from all walks of life into apprenticeships or traineeships in historically male-dominated trades. As the central contact point between unions, employers, policy and industry, we are uniquely positioned to drive positive change for Victorian Tradeswomen. We are committed to supporting women and employers to create real, measurable progress.
This position requires some experience relating to each focus i.e., event management, understanding of the VET system and any relevant education achievements.
A willingness to hit the ground running is important and our ideal candidate will have:
Trades Hall has an attractive collective agreement including a monthly RDO (in recognition of occasional additional hours) and 12% superannuation. The position will be at level 4 ($73,613) in our classification structure, depending on experience.
The position will be based out of Trades Hall in Carlton unless government health directions require working from home.
We are union. We stand united as part of a great movement of workers. Our diversity is our strength. Our solidarity is our power. We respect and take care of each other.
Prejudice and discrimination - including misogyny, racism, homophobia and all other hatreds - have no place in our movement. We rise together.
Today and every day we commit ourselves to achieving justice, fairness, equality and dignity for all workers.
We strongly encourage women, people from CALD backgrounds, First Nations People, people with disability, and LGBTIQA+ people to apply.
Statement of reasonable adjustments is available on request for people with a disability.
The position reports to the Secretary and Assistant Secretary through the Jobs Team Lead Organiser.
If you have any queries about this position, please contact Kris at firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject line: Project Organiser - Project & Participant Support - Women Onsite enquiry via EthicalJobs.