Sexual Violence Prevention Program Lead - Flexible location - part time, contract - LGBTIQ+ Health Australia

Sexual Violence Prevention Program Lead - Flexible location - part time, contract

This role is part time and based remotely anywhere in Australia or a hybrid based in Sydney. The Sexual Violence Prevention (SVP) Program Lead is responsible for the successful and professional management of LHA’s SVP program. The core focus of this role is to ensure that LHA’s SVP program is delivered to the highest standard and is guided by current research and models of best practice. As a peak body, LHA is not a direct service or program provider, LHA works with partners across Australia to deliver programs and initiatives with LHA providing high level national coordination. This role requires demonstrated high level project and partnership management experience.

  • Convenient Sydney Location
  • Flexible Working Options
  • Role is available part-time 0.8 FTE, fixed term contract until 30/06/24
  • Work to improve the health and wellbeing of LGBTIQ+ communities at a national level
  • Salary – SCHADS Level 6 pro rata plus superannuation plus salary packaging

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