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Hepatitis Victoria/LiverWELL is the peak not for profit, community organisation committed to reducing the impact of viral hepatitis and liver disease. We provide information, support, referral, education and advocacy for people living with viral hepatitis and liver disease and training for those who work with them.

With one in five Australians living with or at risk of liver disease, this is an opportunity to work with a diverse range of people to transform what is a key health issue facing our community. The creation of this new Development and Engagement team reflects the commitment of Hepatitis Victoria/LiverWELL to building a response to liver health that is community lead and that works in collaboration with others who share the same vision.

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Development and Engagement Manager (0.8 FTE)

 The Engagement and Development Manager will work closely with the Chief Executive Officer and General Manager to proactively increase organisational reach and position Hepatitis Victoria/LiverWELL to achieve its strategic vision in relation to liver health. This position is well suited for someone with a passion for not for profits and driving change. The key responsibility areas are:

  • Growth and income generation
  • Relationships and positioning of Hepatitis Victoria/LiverWELL
  • Collaborations to achieve program and service outcomes
  • Consumer participation to ensure a consumer informed response to liver disease in Australia

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Development and Engagement Officer (0.8 FTE)

The Engagement and Development Officer will report to the Engagement and Development Manager and will collaborate and engage with individuals with lived experience of hepatitis and liver disease, volunteers and the broader community. This is an opportunity to combine your confident and articulate manner with a passion for improving outcomes for individuals living with a chronic health condition. This will include the following key responsibility areas:

  • Community Participation, including public speakers, Heroes and advocates
  • Volunteer Engagement and recognition
  • Peer education and community mobilisation
  • Health coaching and disease self-management

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People living with viral hepatitis or liver disease, Aboriginal people and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

If you have experience in a fundraising and grants and/or engagement and development portfolio and enjoy the challenge of working with a diverse range of people to address a key health issue facing our community, then these roles are for you. You should have a confident and articulate manner and a passion for improving outcomes for individuals living with a chronic health condition.

Application details

Applications close: 10am on Tuesday 16 June 2020

Email your application with a covering letter that addresses the key selection criteria and your resume. 


Questions about the roles?

If you would like to discuss the position further, please email Sarah Kleinitz or call (03) 9380 4644.


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