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Women’s Health Grampians (WHG) has a proud history of collaboration and achievement, driven by a passionate and committed team.

WHG is a feminist organisation underpinned by strong values of:

  • Empowerment
  • Diversity
  • Partnership and Collaboration
  • Respect

In joining our team you will help us work towards a safer and fairer future for women and their families and communities in the Grampians region.

Women’s Health Grampians is committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women, migrant and refugee women, LGBTIQA+ women and women with disabilities.

Our workplace policies allow for flexible work, encourage work-life balance and centre staff wellbeing to support a diverse workforce. Reasonable work adjustments will be considered with successful applicants.

Gender and Disability Advisor

Fixed term, 0.7EFT until 31 January 2024.

Do you have a passion for addressing the gendered and ableist drivers of violence against women with disabilities? You may be just who we’re looking for.
This new position will apply an intersectional approach to health promotion efforts, particularly in relation to community safety for women with disabilities in the City of Ballarat.
If you have a good understanding of health promotion and the social determinants of health as they relate to women with disabilities, great communication skills, and a commitment to gender equity, we want to hear from you. You will be joining a like minded team of experienced, enthusiastic women who share a commitment to our feminist and intersectional ethos.

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For further information contact Kate Diamond-Keith, Senior Regional Consultant/Diversity Lead on 5322 4100 or email: kate@whg.org.au.  Applications must address the selection criteria to be considered. Selection criteria can be submitted in a written, video or voice recording form. If you have any questions about the process, please contact Kate to discuss.

Applications close 5pm 12th February 2023
Women’s Health Grampians is committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourages applications from women with disabilities. Our workplace policies allow for flexible work, encourage work-life balance and centre staff wellbeing to support a diverse workforce. Reasonable work adjustments will be considered with successful applicants.

See What You Can Be Equality Advocate

Casual (estimated approximately 40-60 hours per year until June 2024)

See What You Can Be Equality Advocates are women from a range of backgrounds and experiences, who work in traditionally male-dominated industries, particularly construction and manufacturing. They have an interest in supporting and advocating for the needs of women in male-dominated workplaces.

Training will be provided across five sessions to support See What You Can Be Equality Advocates to become confident public speakers and effective supporters for change. Advocates will speak about barriers and enablers for women in male-dominated industries, and will encourage greater access for women to employment opportunities in construction and manufacturing.

Following training, Advocates will work with Women’s Health Grampians to advocate for the needs of women in non-traditional workforces with members of the CoRE Alliance. Tasks may include: speaking at events and training; consulting with organisations about gender equality; assisting with development of resources to strengthen pathways into trade careers for girls; developing a network of women in trades for the Grampians region.

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To have a chat about this role, please contact Ange van den Berg at angela@whg.org.au or on 0457 039 833.

We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women, migrant and refugee women, LGBTIQA+ women and women with disabilities.

APPLICATION PROCESS
We are looking for applicants to develop a video or written submission using whatever platform you choose and include the following:
– Tell us a little bit about yourself
– What does equality mean to you?
– What is your experience in working in a male-dominated industry?
– What key message would you like to send out to other women working in, or considering working in, a male-dominated industry?

Send application file or link to:
Ange van den Berg
angela@whg.org.au

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