Wonderful Job Opportunity!

Saturday, 08 January 2011 22:13 Cassandra
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In the New Year, many people dream of finding a new job with a fantastic salary.

Well, dream no more: how does $72,135 for doing very little sound to you?

So what’s the job? It’s for a Northern Interfaith Respectful Relationships Project Worker.

The PositionDescription states:

An opportunity exists for a project worker to support faith leaders build their individual and community’s capacity to promote respectful relationships and prevent violence against women across the northern region of Melbourne. The project worker in conjunction with faith leaders, their communities and neighbouring Councils will undertake a range of primary prevention activities, with particular focus on implementing a peer mentoring program for faith leaders, and development of a range of resources to support the primary prevention of violence against women.

The successful applicant will possess:
• Tertiary qualifications such as Social Work, Community Development, Health Promotion or related discipline or equivalent work experience
• Demonstrated knowledge of, and experience working with diverse communities
• Sound knowledge of the political and policy context for the primary prevention of violence against women and family violence reforms
• Demonstrated project management skills
• Highly developed written and oral communication skills
• Proven facilitation and leadership skills in partnership development and management
• Ability to analyse and problem solve diverse and complex issues

Enquiries should be directed to Kellie Nagle on 8470 8923 or 9481 9520. A position description may be obtained by contacting 9481 9520 or by visiting www.darebin.vic.gov.au. Applications close on Friday 14 January 2011 at 4.00pm and should be addressed to:

A/Manager Organisational Support and Development
Darebin City Council
PO Box 91
PRESTON VIC 3072
Or e-mail to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it   (source)

Hey, I’m all that they want and more.
I have:
• Demonstrated knowledge of, and experience working with diverse communities.

At AIM we have people from all faiths or belief systems and ethnicities, many of whom have become my dear friends. We are totally diverse.

• Sound knowledge of the political and policy context for the primary prevention of violence against women and family violence reforms.

Yep, that’s me as well. I know how to go a long way to prevent violence against women and children: BAN ISLAM!

• Ability to analyse and problem solve diverse and complex issues.

Me again! I can make diverse and complex issues quite simple: BAN ISLAM!

So when do I start?