About the organisation
About the Alannah & Madeline Foundation:
The Alannah & Madeline Foundation is a national not-for-profit organisation dedicated to keeping children and young people free from violence and trauma wherever they live, learn and play. Through Care, Prevention and Advocacy programs, we fight for their right to be safe, so their future is strong.
We also support Dolly’s Dream to help change the culture of bullying by addressing the impact of bullying, anxiety, depression and youth suicide, through education and direct support to young people and families.
About the role
The role is formally based in South Melbourne. We support our staff to work flexibly, both in location and hours, based on the premise that work will remain the focus of any arrangement. Regular travel (including metro and regional) is required to provide in person support to schools through training, presentations as well as ongoing guidance via phone or virtual meetings.
Reporting into eSmart Schools Team Leader, the eSmart Advisor provides tailored support to schools, working with them to set, achieve and maintain their commitment to online safety, and create a culture that promotes the positive use of digital technology. eSmart is underpinned by the eSafety Commissioner’s Best Practice Framework for Online Safety Education, an evidence-based best practice framework for a nationally consistent approach to online safety education in schools.
Our team is passionate, authentic and above all, we are motivated by the important work that we do. The Foundation fosters a culture of respect, enthusiasm and high work standards. Our values We act with courage, We are stronger together, We are curious, We believe accountability matters and We act with empathy, always, are embedded into how we operate individually and together as a Foundation.
You would be responsible for:
- Working with Victorian schools to support the introduction of the eSmart program collection, based on identified needs
- Communicating with schools to promote the programs
- Delivering virtual and face-to-face workshops and training sessions to school staff, students and families
- Developing effective stakeholder relationships through collaboration, including but not limited to stakeholders within the educational sector.
- Contributing to the implementation of, and identifying improvements for, the eSmart program.
- Experience delivering social change projects, frameworks or initiatives in the education sector.
- Exceptional presentation, communication, and training skills.
- Willingness to regularly travel intrastate and use your own vehicle.
- Knowledge of online safety and digital inclusion issues, and the impact to children & young people.
- Excellent project management and organisational skills, with the ability to analyse data and build reports.
What we offer you:
- Access to full NFP salary packaging benefits.
- Genuine flexibility and wellbeing focus
- Additional 5 days leave each year
- A purpose-led culture, with a supportive and friendly team environment.
Important – please note:
- The Alannah & Madeline Foundation has the highest commitment to child safety. A police check and current Working with Children Check (or equivalent) are required for the successful applicant.
- The Foundation takes all reasonable steps to prevent any risk to the health and safety of staff. In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Foundation requires all staff who perform ‘in-person’ work or who are required to attend the office to be fully vaccinated and to provide evidence of their vaccination, or medical exemption, prior to commencement.
How to apply
Applications not allowed for this job listing.
Please quote in application: eSmart Advisor via Pro Bono Australia.