Are you the dedicated, compassionate leader we’re looking for?
With more than 40 years helping women and children experiencing family violence, Emma House in south-west Victoria is a passionate not-for-profit organisation with a strong intersectional feminist focus. We are now looking for our next Executive Officer to lead our team of passionate, skilled staff.
The full-time role of Executive Officer is based in the seaside city of Warrnambool and reports to the Board of Management. The Executive Officer is responsible for driving Emma House’s provision of services while following the strategic plan to achieve its vision, mission and goals.
The Executive Officer will:
- Position Emma House for growth, identifying opportunities and innovative service solutions through partnerships.
- Drive a culture of encouragement, innovation and best practice while ensuring an inclusive, supportive and respectful environment.
- Work with the recently announced Warrnambool Orange Door to ensure women and children in the region are supported.
To be successful in this role you will:
- Be a compassionate and consultative leader with the energy to drive continuous improvement within a positive workplace.
- Have experience in the family violence sector, a social, welfare or health organisation, or a similar not-for-profit, client-focused organisation.
- Have a strong understanding of the nuances of family violence and the societal structures and systems that underpin gendered violence.
- Preferably have a clinical background including knowledge of trauma-informed care.
Emma House is offering its new Executive Officer a competitive salary, a total of six weeks’ annual leave, a motor vehicle, and contribution to relocation costs if required.
If you are excited by what you’ve read and would like to discuss to apply for this opportunity apply now. For further information contact us on 03 5222 6695.
Applications for this position close 15th October 2021
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