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VAEAI is the peak body for Koorie education and training in Victoria, providing policy advice to the State Government. VAEAI is a state-wide community-based organisation comprised of 30 Local Aboriginal Education Consultative Groups (LAECGs), across eight regions in Victoria.
VAEAI in partnership with the Koorie Outcomes Division, Department of Education and Training, is responsible for the delivery of the Wurreker Strategy (launched in 2001) to enhance education and training opportunities and create real pathways to employment for Koorie people through TAFE, Learn Local and other Registered Training Organisations (RTOs).
The Wurreker Strategy ensures that training is consistent with Koorie community identified needs, links training to employment opportunities and empowers LAECGs and Koorie people in the planning and endorsement of training available through post-compulsory education providers.
In 2016 Marrung – Aboriginal Education Plan 2016 – 2026 was launched setting out a blueprint for Koorie learners across the life course, from early childhood through to schooling, and vocational education and training (including higher education).
The Wurreker Strategy continues to be a key enabling Koorie strategy for the Government to deliver on its education and training agenda (The Education State), Marrung and Skills First, specifically the goals relating to the vocational education and training sector (VET).
The Loddon Campaspe Wurreker Broker position focuses on the ongoing functions and operations of the Wurreker Strategy in the Loddon Campaspe region of Victorian (encompassing towns such as Bendigo, Echuca, Cohuna, Kerang, Swan Hill).
Position Title: Loddon Campaspe Regional Wurreker Broker
Salary: $57,000 – Vehicle attached to position, Salary Packaging Options and 5 weeks leave
Tenure: 12 months – ongoing
Location: VAEAI Loddon Campaspe Region
It is expected that the successful applicant will have a sound knowledge of Koorie culture, have established local networks and an understanding of the issues that affect Koorie people, particularly in education and training. High levels of written and oral communication skills are also required.
Applications have been extended.
For a detailed Position Description please contact Phil Murray, Wurreker Strategy Coordinator P: 03 9481 0800. Applications can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Victorian Aboriginal Education Association Incorporated (VAEAI) is a state-wide community-based organisation representing Local Aboriginal Education Consultative Groups (LAECGs), across eight regions in Victoria. We aim to increase access, participation and positive outcomes for Koorie people in education, training and employment.
The Communications Coordinator is responsible for supporting VAEAI’s internal and external communications strategy, writing and distributing promotional material and responding to general inquiries from the public and media.
You will need to be an effective communicator, able to develop and manage communication strategies utilising a range of mediums, capable of website management, and possess exceptional writing skills. You will demonstrate a sound knowledge of Koorie culture and communities together with a good understanding of the education and training policy and strategic environment. You will be able to work confidently with a range of stakeholders including VAEAI staff, LAECGs and the wider Koorie community, key Koorie organisations and relevant government departments.
This position would ideally suit an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person who has recently graduated from a post-secondary course in journalism or communications with great networks in the Victorian Koorie community.
Position Title: Communications Coordinator
Salary: $65,000 (plus Superannuation, salary packaging available)
Tenure: Fixed term contract – 12 Months
If you are interested in this position and are passionate about making a difference in Koorie education, training and employment please call Lowana Moore on (03) 9481 0800 or email email@example.com for a position description and to submit your application.
Applications close on Tuesday 28th January 2020. Please ensure your application addresses the selection criteria and includes an up to date resume.
The Fitzroy Stars Football and Netball Club is looking to grow and diversify the Club’s revenue streams that will make the Club more agile, resilient, and sustainable into the future
The responsibilities of this role would include investigating / implementing corporate and philanthropic funding opportunities and undertaking a membership drive to increase revenue generated from membership fee and to undertaken administration duties in the club.
Position Title: Fundraiser Manager
Salary: $70,000 per annum plus superannuation
Tenure: 12 months – ongoing
Location: 2 Watt Street, Thornbury
Hours: 38 hours per week (flexible)
- develop strategies to raising money /sponsorship for the sustainability of the Club
- refine that plan to adopt strategies and campaigns that reflect the visions of the Club
- contact corporate representatives, government officials, or community leaders to increase awareness of organizational causes, activities or needs
- identify and explore Stakeholder /Sponsors
- Identify , write and submit grant applications
- Produce a marketing and communication strategy to give prospective stakeholders
- plan fundraising events such as dinners, receptions
- Assist the CEO with administration of the Club
- Regular reports to the Board
- Responsible to Board on fundraising successes and/or opportunities
- Create a database of potential stakeholders/sponsors
- Design promotional material
- Write six monthly performance reports indication the progress in meeting key milestones
- Cultural: An understanding of the Victorian Aboriginal community and a commitment to the FSFNC cultural obligations to the community.
- Drive and Commitment: Enthusiastic and committed, with a demonstrated capacity for fundraising
- Flexibility: Ability to work out of normal office hours to meet targets.
- Resilience: Ability to be proactive and flexible.
Applications are open until the 18th of January, 2020.
For a detailed Position Description or more information please contact Esme Bamblett, Fitzroy Stars President firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications should include a cover letter addressing your ability to cover the Key Responsibilities alongside a CV. Address the application to Esme Bamblett at email@example.com