About the role
WIRE has received funding to develop a family violence, primary prevention toolkit (Respectful Financial Relationships Conversations) designed to attack the drivers of financial abuse and promote positive respectful relationship behavior. The Respectful Financial Relationships Conversation toolkit publication will be available both online and in hard copy, and will address:
- Why are discussions around financial decision making important?
- What is a respectful financial relationship (inclusive of cultural diversity, family unit diversity).
- Why do so many people feel so awkward when talking about money with a family member.
- Benefits of having conversations about money.
- How to create a structure and environment to enable respectful financial conversations.
- Step by step conversation model from preparation to following up on agreed action.
Project scoping and design is planned to start in July 2020 and implementation including collation and development of materials will continue until February 2021, with a formal launch in March 2021. The Project Lead will be responsible for scoping and designing, and undertaking end-of-program evaluation period. Consultation with people with lived experience such as culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) groups, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders (ATSI), and members of LGBTIQA+ communities will help inform the project deliverables. Key deliverables of the project will include:
- A video containing tips on having respectful financial relationships
- Hard copy of Respectful Financial Relationships Conversations Kit
- Soft copy of Respectful Financial Relationships Conversations Kit to be available on WIRE Website
- Post project evaluation report.
For detailed information regarding Roles and Responsibilities, please refer to the attached position description (PD).
About the organisation
WIRE is a leading service delivery organisation with more than 30 years’ experience supporting countless women, non binary and gender-diverse people across Victoria. It is the only Victorian state-wide free service that provides information, support and referrals to any Victorian women, non binary and gender-diverse person on any issue.
WIRE has a strong track-record of innovation in research, training and service delivery and addressing the multiple barriers women, non-binary and gender-diverse people experience that contribute to their marginalisation.
WIRE supports all women, including non binary and gender non-conforming people. We are a committed feminist organisation that provides best-practice gender-informed service delivery, research and training and a non-stigmatising service delivery entry point for thousands of people every year.
Please refer to the attached position description for more information about WIRE. Refer to our website for more information about WIRE including our values, strategic plan and principles of practice.
How to apply
WIRE currently has vacancies for two fixed term project lead positions, refer to our ad for a Project Lead - Intersectional COVID19 Financial Capability. For suitably qualified and experienced candidates there may be flexibility to increase hours by combining roles.
To apply please send your updated resume and response to the selection criteria to Rosemary Landau. Refer to the attached position description for details of the Key Selection Criteria for this position.
Please quote in application: Project Lead - Respectful Financial Relationships Conversations via Pro Bono Australia.