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Podcast Series Launch – Equality for All Advocates

Today is the last day of 16 Days of Activism and Human Rights Day and we would like to mark this by launching our Equality for All podcast series of women’s stories of diversity in regional Victoria. Hear African Australian woman and Equality for All Advocate Joy, talk about how she ‘calls it out’ on her past experiences struggling to gain respect and to have her skills and knowledge recognised in work places because of her migrant background.

Download or listen to the podcast here.

#16DaysCampaign #RespectIs

Workforce Development Officer Position Vacant

Workforce Development Officer – CHIFVC

Central Highlands Integrated Family Violence Committee

  • Part Time 0.80 EFT (30.4 hours per week, flexible)
  • Contract 1 year (possibly ongoing)
  • Ballarat based with some travel

Women’s Health Grampians (WHG) provides women’s health and wellbeing leadership, advice and support to policy makers and service providers. Priority areas include the prevention of violence against women, gendered advocacy and sexual and reproductive health. WHG auspices the funding for the Central Highlands Integrated Family Violence Committee (CHIFVC).

The CHIFVC Workforce Development Officer will plan, deliver and evaluate a range of initiatives to support workforce development including training, forums and family violence practice groups. A background working with women who have experienced family violence and/ or perpetrators, within or outside the specialist family violence sector, is vital. Highly developed communication skills and experience in planning, delivering and evaluating projects, including professional development, is required.

Applicants will need:

  • Commitment to organisational vision, mission, and approach.
  • Tertiary qualifications in social work, community development, gender studies, and/or a social policy discipline.
  • Experience in planning, delivering and evaluating training, with a strong understanding of the complexities of online training delivery.
  • Experience in project management including planning, delivery and evaluation.
  • Sound knowledge of family violence issues including an understanding of issues relating to the gendered nature of family violence and the MARAM Framework.

Position Description and Selection Criteria are available from our website here.

For further information contact Jess Cadwallader on 0417 641 088 or email jess@whg.org.au

Completed applications addressing the selection criteria should be emailed to jess@whg.org.au

Please note: applications that do not address the Key Selection Criteria will not be considered.

WHG is committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Applications close at 5pm Wednesday 18 November 2020

 

CoRE Active Bystander Training

Tips and techniques for how to be an active bystander challenging, sexism, discrimination and harassment.
This 1.5hr session for CoRE members and will cover:

  • what is an active bystander
  • why it is important
  • tips on how to be an active bystander

This interactive session will be held online via Zoom. Places are limited.

Date: Wednesday 7 October, 2020
Time: 2PM—3.30PM
Cost: $20+GST per person

Register here 

This training is only available to CoRE member staff and volunteers.
For further information, please contact Women’s Health Grampians via email at admin@whg.org.au or on 5322 4100.

CoRE 2020 Active Bystander Training

 

Administration Support Worker Position Vacant

Administration Support Worker

CHIFVC and Collaborative Network Hub

    • Part Time 0.80 EFT (30.4 hours per week, flexible)
    • Contract 1 year (possibly ongoing)
    • Ballarat based with some travel

Women’s Health Grampians (WHG) provides women’s health and wellbeing leadership, advice and support to policy makers and service providers. Priority areas include the prevention of violence against women, gendered advocacy and sexual and reproductive health. WHG auspices the funding for the Central Highlands Integrated Family Violence Committee (CHIFVC) and provides office space for the Collaborative Network (CN) Hub.

This position will provide project support to CHIFVC and its Principal Strategic Advisor (PSA) and the three other PSA’s located at the CN Hub, develop and maintain effective communications within WHG, CHIFVC, the Collaborative Network and with wider stakeholders, support the collection and presentation of relevant data and resources, and contribute to a positive workplace culture with a focus on collaboration and teamwork

Applicants will need:

    • Commitment to organisational vision, mission, and approach
    • Solid experience in administration, particularly minute taking and record keeping
    • Excellent time management and organisational skills
    • Proven event planning and coordination skills, with the ability to set priorities, meet deadlines, initiate and follow up actions

Position Description and Selection Criteria 

For further information contact Jess Cadwallader on 0417 641 088 or email jess@whg.org.au.

Completed applications addressing the selection criteria should be emailed to marianne@whg.org.au

WHG is committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Applications close at 5pm Wednesday 5 August 2020

 

Business Administrator Position Vacant

Business Administrator

    • Part Time 0.60 EFT (19 hours per week, flexible)
    • Contract 1 year (Possibly ongoing)
    • Ballarat based with some travel

Women’s Health Grampians (WHG) is a not for profit organisation working to improve the health and wellbeing of women across the Grampians region and is currently seeking a Business Administrator to become a vital member of the small WHG Administration Team  led by the CEO.  This position will be responsible for quality and risk systems, infrastructure and human resources administration as well as supporting the delivery of training programs and to help achieve the goals in the WHG Strategic Plan. The role also liaises closely with the WHG external Accountant.

Applicants will need:

    • Commitment to organisational vision, mission, and approach
    • Qualifications and experience in business, human resources, financial management or associated discipline
    • Demonstrated experience in Risk Management systems and processes
    • Proven business and project management skills

Position Description and Selection Criteria 

For further information contact Marianne Hendron, CEO on 0429 265 724, email marianne@whg.org.au

Completed applications addressing the selection criteria should be emailed to marianne@whg.org.au

WHG is committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Applications close at 5pm Wednesday 29 July 2020

 

Upcoming Webinar | The impact of COVID-19 on female participation in sport and physical activity

WHG Conversations Webinar | The impact of COVID-19 on female participation in sport and physical activity

Shining a ‘gendered spotlight’ on COVID-19, the next WHG Conversations Webinar is on Wednesday 29 July at 4pm and covers what the impact has been for female participation in sport and physical activity during this pandemic.  Join in to hear our Regional Health Promotion Consultant Dee Micevski speaks with Rochelle Eime, Professor of Sports Participation at Federation University and Victoria University, Tony Baker, Minyip Murtoa Football Netball Club Board Director and Emily O’Brien, Project Coordinator at Sports Central.

Book your free place here.

 

Supporting Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health in the Pandemic and Beyond Webinar

WHG Conversations Webinar 

Supporting Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health in the Pandemic and Beyond

If you didn’t get to watch the Webinar live, tune in to our recording to see WHG staff Shannon Hill and Marieke Dam talk with Carolyn Mogharbel, Manager 1800 My Options and Jo Labbett, Women’s SRH Nurse Coordinator, Ballarat Community Health  and how they have been responding to women’s sexual and reproductive health needs throughout the pandemic.

Webinar recording

 

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