First listed on: 04 October 2018

Gambling and Harm Minimisation Project Officer 

Temporary Part Time (0.6) till November 2020
$96,576 pa plus superannuation (pro rata)

Wyndham City is a value driven organisation offering challenging and diverse career opportunities in with exciting, well rewarded job opportunities for you.  This newly created position is a diverse and rewarding role that will contribute to the implementation and evaluation of Wyndham City’s Gambling Harm Minimisation Policy and Action Plan. 

As one of the largest employers in the West, we offer real opportunity for your career and ongoing professional development with a generous study assistance policy, caring, friendly and supportive teams and leaders who want the best for you and us.

Reporting to the Community Health Wellbeing and Safety Team Leader the key responsibilities and include:

  • Implement and evaluate a range of social policies relating to health and wellbeing with a focus on gambling and harm minimisation measures
  • Work in partnership to implement the actions of the Wyndham Gambling Harm Minimisation Action Plan and to identify emerging themes and issues and develop collaborative responses
  • Liaise and consult using community development principles and practise to engage with local residents, organisations and service providers to address current and emerging issues impacting gambling and harm minimisation

The ideal candidate will have experience and knowledge of the current environment influencing gambling and harm minimisation principles and social determinants-based approaches to community wellbeing, preferably in a local government setting.  You will be experienced in community consultation and able to build and maintain strong and effective partnerships with a diverse range of community groups and stakeholders.

To be considered for this role, applicants must clearly address the Key Selection Criteria outlined in the online questionnaire

This is an opportunity to make a difference in one of the country’s fastest growing municipalities.

Previous applicants need not apply.

For further enquiries please contact: Lucy Midolo on (03) 9742 0863 or mobile 0400 185 823

Applications close:  Sunday 14 October 2018

Only people with the relevant right to work in Australia and agree to undertake necessary pre-employment checks as required may apply.


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