About the Role
About the role
The foundation is in search of a Senior Prevention Partnerships Advisor to join a collaborative and positive team, focused on preventing gambling harm in the Victorian community. The key focus of this new position will be to identify and implement prevention initiatives including leading the Love the Game (local) Sporting Club program. The role will establish new partnership and grant arrangements with public health and other community and sporting organisations to prevent gambling harm, with a focus on reducing the normalisation of gambling in sport. This will be your opportunity to combine your passion and creative skills and put them into action through piloting new prevention ideas and programs that have an impact in the community.
You will be a passionate and experienced collaborator with proven experience in managing diverse health promotion initiatives and programs that engage the community. You will be have an excellent track record in sustainably partnering and collaborating with diverse stakeholders to address a social health issue.
You will have exceptional relationship building and stakeholder engagement skills. Your ability to think outside the box, strong communication skills coupled with the ability to bring people on board, will make you a strong contender for the role.
A tertiary qualification relating to health promotion, social policy and/or marketing would be highly desirable.
About the Organisation
The Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation (the foundation) is a statutory authority, established in 2011. Our mission is to improve the health and wellbeing of Victorians by working with communities and government to deliver effective, evidence-based initiatives to prevent gambling harm and provide support for those seeking help. We take a public health approach to our work, which means we focus on prevention, early intervention and support for those who are particularly vulnerable to gambling harm as well as those living in regional and rural communities. Our prevention initiatives include statewide advertising campaigns and community programs and we work with venues to help create safer gambling environments. The foundation’s research program provides a robust evidence base that underpins our work, including providing policy advice on gambling products and their promotion, development of community messages, program delivery and wide ranging support and help services.
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