About the role
EOE H191-2017 – this position is only open to females and people whose gender identity is female (referred to as ‘women’).
The Manager, Health Promotion leads Women’s Health In the North (WHIN)’s Health Promotion team and plays a strategic role in the organisation. Health Promotion priorities include:
- Gender equity
- Health and wellbeing
- Preventing violence against women, and
- Sexual and reproductive health
Key Selection Criteria
- Commitment to WHIN’s vision, mission and values, including an understanding of, and commitment to, intersectional feminism, gender equity and women’s health, safety and wellbeing.
- Relevant tertiary qualifications.
- At least three years’ experience in relevant health promotion or health and community services at a senior management level.
- Up to date knowledge and understanding of WHIN’s key priorities, including communications.
- Demonstrated experience in staff management and the development and support of high functioning, collaborative teams.
- Experience and competence in health promotion planning, implementation and evaluation, as well as project management.
- Highly developed skills and experience in building and maintaining effective relationships and partnerships with a broad range of stakeholders, including government.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Excellent time management and organisational skills.
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If you have specific queries about this position, please contact our CEO, Helen Riseborough – firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications is Wednesday 12 May, 2021
About the organisation
Women's Health In the North WHIN) is the regional women’s health service which operates in Melbourne’s northern suburbs.
Our vision is that all women in the northern region have voice, choice and power in all aspects of their health and wellbeing.
We address gender inequities and the determinants of women’s health, safety and wellbeing through leadership, advocacy, research, knowledge translation and strategic partnerships.
WHIN’s health promotion priorities are advancing gender equality, prevention of violence against women, improving women’s sexual and reproductive health, women’s economic capability, supporting a gender equality recovery from COVID and applying an intersectional gender lens to health and wellbeing.
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