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We are currently seeking:

    Project Coordinator – Sector Reform Initiatives

    One year fixed-term
    Level 4.1 – 4.5
    $86,035 – $98,796

    The Project Coordinator will be a valued member of the Disability Advocacy Resource Unit (DARU) and work closely with colleagues in the VCOSS Policy and Advocacy team.

    A key responsibility will be coordinating DARU’s involvement in the development of an Outcomes Framework for Victorian disability advocacy services. The position will also support other DARU projects and contribute insights to VCOSS’s policy development and systemic advocacy.

    The successful candidate will have relevant professional experience and be able to demonstrate an understanding of the disability advocacy or community services sectors. The position requires project management and stakeholder engagement experience, and high-level writing and editing skills.

    To apply

    Please send a cover letter, resume and response to the key selection criteria (refer to PD) to by 9:00am on Monday, 8th November 2021.

    For enquiries
    Inquiries about the role can be directed to Melissa Hale, DARU Coordinator, at

    Position Description: Project Coordinator – Sector Reform Initiatives