Senior Project Officer, Mental Wellbeing
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- Work with the world’s first Health Promotion Foundation
- Dynamic team environment within an inclusive workplace
- Close proximity to Carlton Gardens.
If you’re excited by the chance to work with the world’s first health promotion foundation, within the area of mental wellbeing, young people, workplaces and education, this could be the role for you.
VicHealth works to build the right foundations for mental wellbeing – long before illness – in our homes, communities and workplaces.
Reporting to the Manager, Mental Wellbeing, the Senior Project Officer, Mental Wellbeing will contribute to coordinating the delivery and implementation of specific programs of work relating to improving Mental Wellbeing in the Victorian community.
Where a normal working day can include stakeholder management, policy analysis, development of specific projects, grant-making and contract management activities, you will be kept busy making a real difference to the health of all Victorians.
Read about our current areas of work within mental wellbeing.
Closing Date: Monday 7 May 2018
Unit: Programs Group
Tenure: Fixed Term (12 Months) Full Time
Classification: VicHealth Grade D
Remuneration: $79,769 (plus superannuation and other benefits)
Qualifications and experience required:
- Relevant tertiary qualification in Health Promotion, Project Management or related field
- Demonstrable experience working in fields related to health promotion policy and practice
- Impressive experience developing relationships both internally and externally
- Demonstrable experience in developing and managing projects
- Well-developed attention to detail
- Well established written and verbal communication skills.
How to Apply
Applications must include a cover letter and a current resume.
The cover letter must include why the applicant feels they are suitable for the position, and also address the Key Selection Criteria from the Position Description.
Please refer to the position description to view the associated qualifications and experience associated with the position.
Applications can be submitted here: https://jobs.careers.vic.gov.au/jobs/VG-VHMENWELLBEING
The successful applicant may be required to undertake a Police Check.
For further information about the role, please contact Marcus Flood, People & Culture on (03) 9667 1386.
VicHealth is committed to ensuring appointments represent the diversity of our community. Women, Indigenous people, people with disability, young people and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.