Positions Vacant

Get on Board opportunities

The Victorian Government is committed to ensuring that government boards and committees reflect the rich diversity of the Victorian community.  Women, Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with a disability, young people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, gender diverse and intersex people are encouraged to apply. Current opportunities:
– Victorian Veterans Council – closes 14 November2021

Incubator Workshop for Women

Seven virtual Accelerator for Enterprising Women Incubator Workshops will be delivered by experienced Consultant Tricia Malowney throughout August and September 2021 and will include personalised mentoring to help participants on their business journeys. Expressions of Interest are currently open.  Young female-identifying persons aged 18 to 24 across Australia with a disability are welcome to apply. Interviews for the coveted 20 spots on the program will commence from early next month.

Care and Support Jobs

The campaign is part of Australia’s Care and Support Workforce Package, announced in the 2020-21 Budget to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the care and support sector, including aged care, disability and veterans’ support. It’s one of the fastest-growing sectors in Australia. Minister for the National Disability Insurance Scheme Senator the Hon Linda Reynolds CSC said the A Life Changing Life campaign shines a light on the rewarding, varied and sustainable job opportunities in the sector.

Policy and Research Officer

The Policy and Research Manager plays a critical role in advocacy, policy development and research to ensure governments, communities and families are empowering children and young people with disability to fully exercise their rights and aspirations. The successful candidate will bring a comprehensive understanding of the issues facing children and young people with disability and their families and their experience in people management to drive CYDA’s strategic goals.

Disability Consultant

Closing date: October 29, 2021

This is a wonderful opportunity for you to embark on a meaningful career, and deepen your commitment to helping people with disability have a good life. The role is extremely active, engaging and deeply satisfying, supporting individuals with a disability and their networks to flourish and grow along their journey. You will be part of a supportive and fun loving team, balanced with a role that requires self-motivation, creativity and autonomy.

Gender and Disability Training Coordinator

Closing date: October 24, 2021

The Gender and Disability Training Coordinator candidate needs to be passionate about women’s rights, inclusion and prevention of violence against women. They will have experience in primary prevention of violence, training and workforce development.  The Gender and Disability Training Coordinator is a position within the Workforce Development program team,

Experts by Experience Advocate (Casual),

Closing date: October 24, 2021

The Gender and Disability Workforce Development Program has 5 Positions available from October 2021 – 30 June 2023. The program aims to prevent violence against women with disabilities through a range of initiatives including workforce development- training, consultation, and resource provision to the social service, local government and prevention sectors as wells cross sector collaboration- communities of practice, partnerships and networking opportunities.

Co-design participants needed for self advocacy in the NDIS project

Closing date: October 22, 2021

The IMHA Self-Advocacy for the NDIS project aims to increase self-determination and confidence to advocate for people accessing, or likely to access, the NDIS under the psychosocial disability stream. This year the project will be developing a web application to support people to self-advocate at each phase of the NDIS, from application through to review. A diverse range of people is needed to contribute to a co-design process that Requires participation in a series of focus groups help via Zoom