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An essential and challenging opportunity has arisen to fulfil the position of Principal Strategic Advisor (PSA) for the Ovens Murray – Family Violence Partnership (OM–FVP).
As the PSA, you will have a significant leadership role across the region for the planning and integration of family violence services. You will work with the OM–FVP and other key stakeholders to promote, develop and enhance effective prevention and response to family violence across the service system.
The Ovens Murray region is perfectly placed where the undulating plains of central Victoria start to rise towards the peaks of Victoria’s alpine country, providing lakes, rivers, mountains, festivals, food and wine. The region offers lifestyle options as diverse as its topography. Residents can choose between the bustle of regional cities, the charm of historic towns, and the serenity of hills and snowfields.
You will be part of the team at Upper Hume Primary Care Partnership (UHPCP), which provides expertise and technical knowledge to our partners to deliver integrated, responsive health and social care.
The position is based on 22.8 hours per week and can accommodate flexible work hours and arrangements.
Our staff are employed by Gateway Health. The Employment Application Process and Position Description can be accessed from the websites of both UHPCP and Gateway Health.
Enquiries to Kathleen Brasher Kathleen.firstname.lastname@example.org, using the subject line: Principal Strategic Advisor - Ovens Murray Family Violence Partnership enquiry via EthicalJobs, 0439 751 591