About the Role
Level 4.1 – 4.5 – $79,118 – $90,853
The Victorian Council of Social Service (VCOSS) is seeking a Regional Engagement
Coordinator to lead the development and implementation of strategies to engage
current and future VCOSS members in metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria
in VCOSS policy and campaigning efforts.
The Regional Engagement Coordinator will join the VCOSS team, reporting to the
Deputy CEO. This position will work throughout Victoria to support a strong and
engaged VCOSS membership and develop strong and lasting relationships with
VCOSS members and stakeholders.
The successful candidate will hold a current Driver Licence and have experience
building strong relationships in a member-based organisation, excellent
communication skills and a proven ability to develop and maintain effective
partnerships with a diverse range of stakeholders. The position requires relevant
tertiary qualifications or equivalent.
This position is full time. Salary and conditions of employment are governed by the
Victorian Council of Social Service Enterprise Agreement 2014 and VCOSS policies
About the Organisation
VCOSS is the peak body of the community sector in Victoria. It raises awareness of
the existence, causes and effects of poverty and disadvantage. VCOSS is a unique
membership based organisation with a rich history in social justice advocacy in
Apply for this Job
Applications must address the selection criteria and include a resume. Please
forward to firstname.lastname@example.org by midday Wednesday 27 September 2017.
Contact person: Mary Sayers
(03) 9235 1000
VCOSS values and embraces differences in gender, age, ethnicity, race, cultural
background, disability, religion and sexual orientation. People from unique or diverse
backgrounds—including people with lived experience of disability—are encouraged
to apply for this position. Please advise if you require specific support to apply and
we will work with you to identify the best way forward.
Please quote in application: Regional Engagement Coordinator via Pro Bono Australia.