About the role
- Are you passionate about ending violence against women?
- Full -time, 2-year contract
- Generous leave entitlements and salary packaging
DVRCV is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and provides accredited and non – accredited training programs to meet workforce development needs across the state.
You will be responsible for the management of a team of trainers who develop and deliver family violence training, including contributing to quality improvement and evaluation.
You will be part of DVRCV’s Extended Leadership Team and support the strategic direction of DVRCV.
Your responsibilities will include;
- Organisational leadership in line with DVRCV values
- Workload management
- Oversight of work plans and priorities
- Performance management
- Coaching, mentoring, advice and support
Experience and skills required
- Significant experience supervising, leading and managing a diverse team of staff.
- Knowledge of training development practices including designing and delivering accredited training.
- The ability to manage a program of work, including supporting service evaluation and development, program planning, and policy and procedures.
- Well-developed skills in problem solving and the ability to reach collaborative solutions.
- High level written and verbal communication skills.
Knowledge of the family violence sector and/or family violence practice would be well regarded.
About the organisation
Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria (DVRCV)’s vision is to create a world in which gender equality ensures women and their children are thriving, respected and free from violence.
They are a state-wide organisation working to build the capability of professionals, organisations and systems to prevent and respond to violence against women.
They do this by:
- Designing and delivering high quality, practice and evidence informed education, training and development for professionals and organisations across a range of sectors
- Delivering a range of capability building activities across the state including communities of practice, networks, events and forums
- Developing information, tools, resources and guidance to support professionals in their day to day work preventing or responding to violence against women
- Informing public discussion about ending violence against women to build community awareness and change attitudes
- Setting standards to guide the design and delivery of consistent and practice informed education, training and professional development across Victoria
- Advocating to ensure that specialisation, an intersectional feminist approach and evidence is at the heart of system reform
How to apply for this role
To make a formal application, please send your resume and a covering letter addressing the Experience and Skills Required to firstname.lastname@example.org using Manager, Training as your subject line.
Please note that there is no closing date for applications as they will be assessed as they are received. We are likely to cease acceptance of applications once a short list is finalised for this position, so if you are interested in applying, please do so as soon as possible.
For a confidential discussion, call Wendy Lown on +61 414 229 827.
DVRCV actively encourages applications from people from culturally diverse backgrounds, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people with disabilities. If you are interested in the role but feel you may not meet the full range of selection criteria, we encourage you to contact us to discuss your experience and application for this position
Please quote in application: Manager – Training via Pro Bono Australia.