Jobs with WHIN

Positions Vacant

Position: Women’s Health Promotion Officer (Gender Equity Training)

0.6 FTE, fixed term contract until 30 June 2021

WHIN is seeking to appoint a 0.6 EFT Women’s Health Promotion Gender Equity Training  Officer. The Training Officer will be a member of the Health Promotion Team. The position is responsible for the coordination, development, delivery, and evaluation of training to promote gender equity and prevent violence against women.

Closing date for applications: 27 July, 9am

For more information please see the position description

Position: Women’s Health Promotion Officer (Prevention of Violence Against Women Workforce Development)

0.6 EFT fixed term contract until 26 March 2021

WHIN is seeking to appoint a 0.6 EFT Women’s Health Promotion Officer. The Project Officer will be a member of the Health Promotion Team. The position is responsible for the development and implementation range of initiatives and strategies to support workforce development in the areas of gender equity, prevention of violence against women and intersectionality, including training, communities of practice and forums. This is parental leave role, fixed term until 26 March 2021.

Closing date for applications: 27 July, 9am

For more information please see the position description.

Student Placements

WHIN has limited student placement opportunities.  If you are interested in completing a placement at WHIN, please check with your university/college to find out if there are any available as we are unable to respond to queries directly.

WHIN believes student placements work best when they are mutually beneficial: a rewarding learning experience for the student, and the benefit of the student’s skill-set for WHIN. As such, WHIN only offers placements when there is a specific project to complete, and when staff have capacity to offer high quality supervision and support to the student.

Volunteering

WHIN occasionally has volunteering opportunities. As with student placements, WHIN believes volunteering works best when it is mutually beneficial: a rewarding workplace experience for the volunteer, and the benefit of the volunteer’s skill-set for WHIN. As such, WHIN only offers volunteering opportunities when there is a specific project to complete, and when staff have capacity to offer high quality supervision and support to the volunteer.

Inquiries about Student Placements or Volunteering

If you meet the criteria to undertake a student placement through your learning institution and feel you meet the other criteria described above to undertake a placement or volunteer work, please position description.