The Centre for Non-Violence (CNV) is a leading and innovative specialist Family Violence organisation based in the Loddon area, with a vision of gender and social equality for all. 

About the role:
Reporting to the Senior Manager of System Integration, the Loddon Campaspe Principal Strategic Advisor (PSA) provides regional leadership and support to the Loddon Family Violence Systems Leadership Group, in the implementation of family violence reforms and delivery of coordinated community responses. The PSA contributes strategic leadership to improve integrated and coordinated service and system responses in family violence. This role works with specialist family violence and sector expertise, to inform improved practice and contribute to addressing key drivers of family violence across the continuum of primary prevention, early intervention, response and recovery. 

Who are we looking for?
The successful applicant will have a relevant tertiary qualification at degree level with significant experience in the community services field.
You will also bring:

  • Specialised experience in providing strategic leadership including the ability to identify local and regional issues.
  • Well-developed understanding of the current political context and service systems relating to family violence and ability to translate this knowledge to a broad audience.
  • High level communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to influence appropriate outcomes in complex work situations. 

What’s on offer?
An ongoing role, with the opportunity to work collaboratively across the region and support family violence reform.
As a CNV employee you will:

  • Experience a collaborative, friendly environment with various flexible work arrangement options available.
  • Benefit from enhanced terms and conditions of employment including 5 weeks annual leave each year and salary packaging.
  • Be supported by active wellbeing initiatives and professional development opportunities.  

Application Process
For consideration, applicants must address the key selection criteria contained within the position description. CNV is an inclusive child safe organisation, committed to achieving diversity in our service response and workforce.

Employment will be subject to a satisfactory WWC clearance and satisfactory criminal record history check prior to commencement.

For more information about this role please feel free to contact People and Culture on 03 5430 3000.

Applications for this position will be assessed as received. If we identify a suitable applicant prior to the posted closing date for this role we may close this position sooner, so we encourage you to apply as soon as possible.

CNV is an equal opportunity employer.