About the Role
- Culturally safe service provider who assist Aboriginal people in their healing journey
- Lead the organisation through their journey to becoming fully independent
- Suited to an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leader with understanding of family violence
Reporting to a supportive and engaging board, your role as Executive Manager will be to help shape the future of BWAHS through its period of transitioning from an auspice arrangement to becoming a fully Aboriginally community controlled independent organisation.
You will be integral in developing the strategic plan that will have a significant impact on the future of BWAHS and its culture. You will be the voice and nurture with and rebuild relationships with members of the community, Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal organisations, funding bodies and government.
You will also utilise your knowledge of the sector to provide leadership to ensure high quality services and programs are delivered to vulnerable Aboriginal children, young people and their families.
It is strongly preferred that the successful candidate will be and Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander with senior management experience and a proven track record in clinical governance, ideally from within an organisation that specialises in Aboriginal services, case work and family violence.
Your previous experience will have given you a good understanding of the sector’s history and challenges and the ability to connect with community.
A track record in reporting to a board, organisational development, leading an organisation through change and respectful to its stakeholders will be the key to your success in this role.
About the Organisation
Established in 2006, Boorndawan Willam Aboriginal Healing Service (BWAHS) provide culturally relevant, accessible, integrated client centred services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women, children and men in their healing journey to address the impacts of family violence.
Servicing the Eastern Metropolitan Region of Victoria, BWAHS use a holistic approach that is underpinned by the integration of Aboriginal teachings within a cultural, spiritual and safe environment.
By delivering specialised services including women’s and men’s programs, intensive case management, integrated family services and Indigenous victims of crime program, they are supporting individuals and families to become strong on their healing journey so that they may lead lives free from family violence.
Apply for this Job
If leading an organisation that helps Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders on their healing journey to lead a life free of family violence is important to you please phone Emma Naglieri or Emma Adams on 03 8319 4080 or please click apply, submitting your cover letter responding to the skills required and CV, quoting #34431.
Please quote in application: Executive Manager via Pro Bono Australia.