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Since 1981 PWdWA has been the peak disability consumer organisation representing the rights, needs, and equity of all Western Australians with disabilities. We provide access to information, and independent individual and systemic advocacy with a focus on those who are most vulnerable.
PWdWA is run by and for people with disabilities and aims to empower the voices of all people with disabilities in Western Australia.
The Project Officer position helps shape the thinking of businesses about the benefits of a diverse workforce including young people with disabilities in Western Australia (WA). The role will build the capacity of the WA business community to improve employment and access opportunities for young people with disabilities and will work in collaboration with Advocacy WA and Youth Disability Advocacy Network.
Education/Training/Qualifications (or equivalent experience):
This position will be based in Perth. As support will be offered onsite to small businesses, work related travel in the WA region will be a core feature of the Project Officer position. A Driver's License is desirable.
To be able to meet the time pressures of small businesses and to support businesses to adopt flexible work practices in their own workplace, we particularly encourage applications from candidates who are interested in working flexibly between the hours of 7.00am and 7.00pm on weekdays. Attending events outside of working hours will be managed in accordance with the organisation’s time-off-in-lieu policy.
People with a disability are encouraged to apply.
For further information about this role, please contact the Chief Executive Officer Brendan Cullinan on 9420 7279 or email email@example.com using the subject line: Project Officer - Economic Participation enquiry via EthicalJobs.
A position description is attached.