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Partnerships and Community Development Manager

Organisation : Northern Community Legal Centre

Location : Melbourne (Broadmeadows)

Work Type : Full-time

Profession : Management

Sector : Law, Justice & Human Rights

Salary Type : Annual Package

Salary : $87,200 - $90,836, plus attractive Salary Packaging available

Application Closing Date : 8 Jul, 2019

About the Role

This role oversees the development and facilitation of community legal education services to residents in the City of Hume, City of Moreland, and Shire of Mitchell. This position supports the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) in the work of community liaison and contributes to the work of the legal staff in providing effective community legal education.

This key leadership role reports to the service’s Chief Executive Officer and is a member of its Executive team, contributing to governance, risk management and strategic and operational planning and prioritisation. Staff reporting to the Community Development Manager include Community Engagement staff, Project Officers, Community Facilitators, and the Family Violence Community Coordinator.


About the Organisation

Organisation Name : Northern Community Legal Centre

The Northern Community Legal Centre (NCLC) formed in early 2016 following an amalgamation of the former Broadmeadows Community Legal Service and Moreland Community Legal Centre. The NCLC operates in one of the fastest growing and disadvantaged areas of Melbourne, and has a significant catchment including the Hume City Council, Moreland City Council and Mitchell Shire Council. The NCLC operates from a central office located in Broadmeadows, with outreach services to other service areas, including Wallan, Sunbury, Coburg, Glenroy, Fawkner and Craigieburn.

Our purpose is to ensure equal access to justice for all in Melbourne’s North West and we do this by the provision legal services, community legal education and law reform aimed at the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people in Melbourne’s North West. NCLC gives priority to victims/survivors of Family Violence, Refugees and newly arrived communities, people who have a diagnosed mental illness, young people and older people who are suffering abuse.

Apply for this Job

For details concerning this role, please contact

Jenni Smith

Phone : 03 9310 4376

Email :

Applicants are required to submit a resume and covering letter addressing the key selection criteria to, using the subject line: Partnerships & Community Development Manager. Applications that do not address the key selection criteria will not be considered.

For more information call Jenni Smith, CEO on 03 9310 4376.

Please quote in application: Partnerships and Community Development Manager via Pro Bono Australia.


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