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Respect Victoria works to prevent all forms of family violence and violence against women, working across the whole community and with new strategic partners, in a range of settings in which Victorians live, work, learn, play and engage.

To do this we need the very best people. People who share our belief in community and who want to apply their capabilities and experience to make a difference.

Diversity and inclusion

Respect Victoria recognises strength in diversity and values an inclusive workplace and are committed to providing flexible and accessible working arrangements for all.

We actively encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with a disability, culturally, religiously and linguistically diverse people, young people, older people, women, and gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and gender diverse, intersex or queer people.

If you are interested in one of our roles, but unsure how your experiences might fit, please contact us for a discussion.

Current vacancies

Senior Advisor, Prevention Policy

An exciting opportunity for an experienced senior policy advisor with expertise in the prevention of violence against women or family violence and an interest in supporting systemic policy reform to join the Respect Victoria team. 

Reporting to the Prevention Policy and Influence Manager, this role provides authoritative policy advice to drive evidence-informed public policy, and is responsible for developing and delivering evidence-based policy positions and projects to drive thought leadership in prevention and engagement with government and sector. 

Applications must be submitted through the Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). This fixed term role is exclusive to applicants eligible to use the JSE. Applications close 29 May. Apply online

Coordinator, Social Media

Are you:

  • Passionate about all things social media, and enjoy tapping into current trends?
  • Knowledgeable about delivering social change communications in a government context? 
  • A creative keen to explore new ways to communicate with diverse audiences to prevent gender-based violence? 

Come join our team! Reporting to the Communications and Community Change Manager, the Coordinator, Social Media will be responsible for leading innovative and comprehensive social media engagement to address the drivers of violence against women. 

Applications must be submitted through the Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). This fixed term role is exclusive to applicants eligible to use the JSE. Applications close 4 June. Apply online

Executive Assistant

Are you:

  • Highly organised with great time management skills and attention to detail?
  • An excellent communicator with exceptional interpersonal skills and a collaborative approach to
    work?
  • Able to work with minimal supervision, be flexible and take initiative?

Reporting to the CEO, the Executive Assistant is responsible for providing confidential executive administration support to the CEO and Senior Leadership Team, including managing complex correspondence and calendar requirements, along with secretariat functions to support Respect Victoria's Board and Committees. 

Applications must be submitted through the Jobs and Skills Exchange (JSE). This fixed term role is exclusive to applicants eligible to use the JSE. Applications close 30 May. Apply online.