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Greater Shepparton City Council, situated in the heart of the Goulburn Valley, is the fourth largest provincial centre in Victoria and has a well-developed economy due to its strong agricultural and irrigation base, with major industries related to food processing, manufacturing and transport. The Goulburn Valley is often referred to as 'The Food Bowl of Australia' as around 25% of the total value of Victoria's agricultural production is generated in this area.

Greater Shepparton has a population of approximately 65,000, and an expenditure budget in excess of $118 million. The population is culturally diverse with 9.9% of residents being born overseas. The area has excellent education, recreation, cultural, social and health facilities and tourism is a developing focus for the region.

Free From Violence Project Coordinator

Salary: $85,650.76 per annum pro-rata
Friday 17 May 2024
Part Time
(24 hrs p/w) - Temporary (to 30 April 2027)

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Free from Violence Project Coordinator to join the Community Wellbeing Department within Greater Shepparton City Council (GSCC).

As part of the Local Government Free From Violence program, this role will lead key internal and external facing projects and initiatives aimed at embedding organisational and community change in relation to family violence and gender equity.

The successful applicant will have relevant qualifications or experience in family violence/gender studies, project management and in organisational change as well as advocating on social disadvantage.

This part-time temporary position (ending April 2027) is part of a flexible Community Wellbeing department who are passionate about seeing positive outcomes within the organisation and community. Council offers development and career opportunities, health and wellbeing initiatives and a range of benefits.

For further information about this position, please contact Daniel Dragt, Team Leader Community Strengthening on (03) 5832 9528.

Note:  This position is subject to a 6 month qualifying period in accordance with the Fair Work Australia minimum employment period.  During the qualifying period employees will be provided with appropriate on-going induction, support, assistance, resources and training to enable them to meet the required performance standards for the position.

First Nations people are encouraged to apply.

Please note that applications which do not specifically address the Key Selection Criteria detailed in the position description will not be considered.

For procedures on how to apply go to

All applications must be submitted to the Council by the closing date shown on the advertisement.