We’re looking for our next Director, Service Development and Partnerships.
Our Service Development and Partnerships team engages with communities to promote our work and to ensure that our services are widely known and accessible, especially to community workers and organisations who support our potential clients. We are passionate about measuring our impact and using data to make a real difference and to demonstrate what works.
- This is a permanent part-time position (0.8 FTE, negotiable) based at our offices in Melbourne CBD
- You’re a true leader with demonstrable skills in community engagement, development and partnerships.
- You have experience working with Aboriginal employees and/or communities and you have a strong understanding of the community service sector in Victoria.
- You are a qualified legal practitioner, eligible for admission to practice in the State of Victoria, with knowledge of social justice/poverty law.
- You have significant experience of team leadership in a complex, multi-service organisation and are committed to learning and driving continuous improvement.
A full position description can be found at this link
How to apply for this job
Please submit your application before 5pm Wednesday 7 August to:
Human Resources Manager, Consumer Action Law Centre at firstname.lastname@example.org,
Your application must include your CV together with a cover letter addressing the following selection screening questions.
- How have you shown a commitment to advancing the public interest and social justice in your work and/or outside work activities?
- Describe your greatest ever community engagement achievement.
- What do you think is the key to successful stakeholder relationships ?
- Describe your experience working with Aboriginal employees and/or communities and the principles that inform your work.
Applications that do not address the selection screening questions will not be considered.
Consumer Action Law Centre is committed to building a diverse workforce. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal people, people with disability, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds, people of all ages, and LGBTIQ people.