- Full-time Ongoing
- Queensland – Hybrid model of WFH & in colocation sites & at GS offices In Southport and Cairns.
- Intra and interstate travel will be required
- SCHADS level 6, $ 97,026.97 + super & salary packaging benefits available
The Financial Independence Hub (FIH) is co-designed by people with lived experience of domestic and family violence (DFV). It is a national, innovative program developed by Good Shepherd in collaboration with The Commonwealth Bank of Australia. The FIH is a recovery program designed to support individuals who have experienced financial abuse as part of domestic and family violence (DFV).
The role requires experience in all aspects of stakeholder engagement, network and referral pathway development. This role reports to the Team Leader, Financial Independence Hub QLD and will work collaboratively with the Stakeholder Engagement Manager in the Stakeholder Engagement and Partnerships team.
Please apply as soon as possible, applications will be considered as they are received. Submit a short covering letter outlining your relevant skills and experience along with your CV through the Seek
•Building collaborative internal and external relationships to deliver the Financial Independence Hub Stakeholder Engagement and National Referrals Pathway plans
• Contributing to ongoing review and iteration of the Financial Independence Hub Stakeholder Engagement and National Referrals Pathway plans
• Working collaboratively with the Stakeholder Engagement Manager in the Stakeholder Engagement and Partnerships team
• Conducting sector analyses of the family and domestic violence, First Nations, CALD, disability, LGBTIQA+ and newly arrived people and other sectors.
• Collaborating with partners to deliver presentations and train cofacilitators within communities to codelivery.
• Coordinating and managing a calendar of presentations, workshops, events and conferences that align with the identified priority groups and services for yourself and for the FIH frontline team.
• Working collaboratively to design and implement an ongoing engagement strategy, and feedback and continuous improvement process with referral partners
• Developing and negotiating MOUs with strategic partners to support formal referral pathways including leading partner reviews
• Designing and distributing newsletters, periodic reports, and communications to stakeholder groups
• Gather, collate and synthesise information for the development of reporting for FIH operations, GS management to the quarterly report to funders
Qualifications and Experience
- Formal qualifications in Community/Business/Stakeholder Development, Social Science or equivalent is required. Consideration will be given for equivalent demonstrated experience.
- Experience and understanding of domestic and family violence including financial abuse – people with a personal or professional understanding of the experience of financial abuse, domestic and family violence are strongly encouraged to apply
- Experience in engaging diverse services including First Nations, CALD, newly arrived, LGBTIQA+ and people living with a disability.
- Demonstrated capacity and communication skills to build relationships with people from diverse cultural, gender, social and economic backgrounds.
- High degree of professionalism and judgement
- Demonstrated high degree of organizational skills, with an ability to multi-task and prioritise
- High-level written and oral communication skills and the ability to communicate and liaise effectively and sensitively with all internal and external stakeholders
- An ability to balance conflicting priorities and to work to deadlines
- Ability to develop and maintain spreadsheets and data bases accurately; and experience using web-based software to manage information
- An ability to support productive relationships with a demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and independently and with people at all levels.
- Ability to travel intra and interstate. Access to own vehicle
First Nations people are strongly encouraged to apply, all First Nations employees of FIH are offered 12 weeks of mentoring by an external First Nations consultant.
People with a personal or professional understanding of the experience of financial abuse, domestic and family violence are strongly encouraged to apply
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