About the role
You will be responsible for working with the Women’s Housing Alliance to finalise and begin to embed the “Homes for 100 Women” model for implementation in Victoria. The position is auspiced by Juno and reports to the Women’s Housing Alliance.
- Preston location, Wurundjeri Country
- Part time 0.8 EFT Fixed term 3 years
- Days of work negotiable (first Friday of each month fixed for the WHA meetings)
- SCHADS Level 6 position (pay point dependent on experience and qualifications)
- Flexibility to work hybrid Working from Office and Working from home
To be successful in this role you will:
- Demonstrate a commitment to working with women and non-binary people facing homelessness
- Interpersonal skills, including negotiation and stakeholder engagement skills
- Demonstrated project management skills, including sound knowledge and experience in planning, implementing and monitoring projects
Experience working with community service organisations in advocacy focused on homelessness or gender-based poverty will ensure your success in this role.
- Feminist, intersectional, and politicised trauma-informed leadership
- Workplace committed to diversity and inclusion. We welcome the diverse perspectives of our staffing team, and how that benefits the participants we support
- Rostered work from home and flexible working arrangements available
- Optional monthly RDO for full-time workers
- Generous leave conditions including Family Violence leave, Study leave, Gender affirmation leave, Menstrual and Menopause leave, Ceremonial and cultural leave and Parental leave for eligible staff members
- 3 days additional leave between Christmas and New Year
- Staff wellbeing days
- Access to portable long-service leave
- Additional salary packaging available for meals and entertainment
- Access to the Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Work within a creative and collaborative team
- We are a small organisation but we strive to provide training and development opportunities for all our staff to continue working towards their career goals
Juno is committed to being a child safe, child friendly and child empowering organisation. Employment is subject to satisfactory referee checks, a current employment Working with Children Check and National Criminal History check (people with criminal records are not automatically excluded from this position). Due to expectations of this role, a current Australian driver’s license is also required.
Juno accepts applications from people on temporary visas with full working rights.
Juno has an Equal Opportunity Exemption (H148/2021) and requests applications from women and non-binary people only.
Please let us know if you require any adjustments throughout the recruitment process so we can make the process more equitable.
You are required to submit your resume and cover letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria. Please let us know if you require any adjustments throughout the recruitment process so we can make the process more equitable.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject line: Project Manager – Homes for 100 Women enquiry via EthicalJobs, or you can call 8692 2020 and ask to speak to recruitment lead Tanya Corrie if you have any questions.