Hauraki Family Violence Intervention Network (HFVIN) Co-ordinator
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- Job Listing Date
- 3 Dec 2019
- Waikato, Thames & Coromandel
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Community Services & Development, Community Development
30 hours per week
HFVIN is growing and expanding and we are now looking for someone with good knowledge of family violence intervention and prevention to coordinate the Hauraki Family Violence Intervention Network.
This position is focused on strengthening responses to family violence by improving networking, collaboration, public awareness and service provision at a local level. The role involves facilitation, coordination and networking to support local services/groups to build capacity to better respond to and prevent family violence.
The key skills required for this role are:
- A relevant tertiary qualification and/or extensive job related experience
- Advanced understanding around the dynamics, impact and prevention of family violence
- The ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with key stakeholders
- Excellent coordination and collaborative skills
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to work autonomously
- Excellent time management and organisational skills
- Ability to facilitate collaborative projects
- A working knowledge of relevant legislation
- Creativity, initiative, good judgement and flexibility
- Experience designing and delivering primary prevention campaigns
- A good sense of humour and commitment to safe, respectful and peaceful relationships in Hauraki/ Coromandel.
If this sounds like you, please contact us to register your interest by sending in your covering letter and C.V. to the address below.
HFVIN is hosted by CAPS Hauraki who offer a competitive salary package and a supportive team environment.
Applications close midday on Monday 6th January 2020 and interviews will be held on the afternoon of Tuesday 14th January.
Please forward applications and queries to:
PO Box 552 or 732B Queen Street, Thames
Phone: 07 868-8644 Fax: 07 868-8685