About the role
If you are passionate about creating opportunities for young people to thrive in education, work and life, a great relationship builder, and a leader when it comes to teamwork and partnerships, this may be the position you are seeking.
Working across the Loddon Campaspe region, this newly funded position will bring together services, employers and resources in communities to create pathways to employment for young people in their first year out of school.
A relevant tertiary degree (or equivalent) in project management, community development,
management or a related discipline would be viewed favourably, together with great communication skills, time management, strategic thinking and creativity.
This is a full time fixed term contract until December 2023. The North Central LLEN is an equal opportunity employer and provides flexible working arrangements. Salary packaging and a work-related vehicle are available to the successful applicant.
For more information about this role, and a position description, visit http://www.ncllen.org.au/youth-take-over.html
About the organisation
The project is governed and led by a partnership of four regional Local Learning and Employment Networks (LLENs) across the Loddon Campaspe region – Central Ranges LLEN, Goldfields LLEN, Cohuna Campaspe LLEN and the North Central LLEN (project lead).
For 20 years, LLENs have created ‘place based’ responses, convening stakeholders (from government, businesses, community organisations and philanthropy), to identify local needs, and combine resources to develop local solutions. The project is sponsored by the Kirkland Lake Gold Community Partnership Program.
The North Central LLEN’s vision is for all children and young people to be confident, resilient, and to thrive in education, work and life.
Our priority is to support children and young people and their families, particularly those experiencing rural, social or economic disadvantage through programs and initiatives that build:
Our staff contribute to an organisation that prides itself on:
- Working with and for children and young people to enhance education, wellbeing and employment opportunities in ways that matter to them,
- Linking stakeholders and driving agendas through strong and sustained partnerships,
- Sharing knowledge and promoting innovation, and
- Being a great place to work.
Our work is guided by a commitment to involving young people and utilising their strengths, particularly those who face the most barriers.
How to apply
Applications not allowed for this job listing.
Please quote in application: Director, Youth Take Over Loddon Campaspe via Pro Bono Australia.