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NTV is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. We embrace a culture of diversity that celebrates differences in staff, clients, members and the broader community. We recognise the gendered nature of family violence and support people of all genders to carry out this vital work. We are committed to providing a safe, confidential and welcoming workplace and service for everyone, including people with a disability, people from the LGBTI+ community, people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, and those from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities.
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NSW Sector Development Manager
- Full-Time, Fixed-Term to 31 December 2020 (part time may be considered)
- Lead the reform agenda into ending men’s use of family violence in NSW
- Redfern location
No to Violence (NTV) works to bring about the changes our community needs to eliminate men’s use of family violence. For 25 years, we have been working directly with men who use family violence to support them to change. Our expertise in their behaviour, attitudes and choices has enabled us to develop standards, programs and training, and lead policy development. At the centre of our work is the safety of women, children and families, as by ending men’s violence people can have happier, safer and more fulfilled lives.
About the role
The NSW Sector Development Manager is responsible for leading sector development, policy development and advocacy activities in NSW to advance NTV’s strategic objectives, policies and service deliverables across all areas of influence. This role also operates in a principal practice advisory and development capacity for NSW practice standards for addressing men’s family violence.
- Commission, co-ordinate and/or undertake (as appropriate) research and policy development activities
- Convene and facilitate expert panels to enable sector development activities and the NSW Men’s Behaviour Change Network.
- Lead NTV’s stakeholder engagement and consultation activities with NSW government departments/agencies and other key stakeholders to support the implementation of the reform agenda, Minimum Standards and sector-wide compliance with recognised practice standards.
- Tertiary qualification in Social Work, Psychology, Social, Public or Health policy, or other relevant discipline and a working knowledge of the NSW family violence sector and related reform agenda.
- Relevant professional experience of working with NSW Government and NGOs and the legal and policy context in which they operate
- Proven networking, stakeholder engagement and consultation skills with the ability to translate complex information into clear and considered policy positions and advocacy strategies.
- Proven abilities in writing high quality reports/other documents on family violence, practice guidance or policy matters.
To apply for this role
To be considered for this role, please ensure you read and address the selection criteria set out in the Position Description.
Your application should comprise a succinct cover letter which addresses the key selection criteria, together with an up-to-date résumé to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight 14 February 2020.
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