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Training and Project Administrator

Women's Legal Service Victoria
  • Melbourne CBD
  • Immediate start
  • Flexible work options (hybrid working model)

Gender Specific Role

Women’s Legal Service Victoria relies upon an exception under the Equal Opportunity Act to employ women only.

About Womens Legal Service Victoria

Women’s Legal Service Victoria (WLSV) is a specialised organisation providing services and support to women since 1982. WLSV exist to help build a gender equitable society, driving systemic change and advocating for solutions for equality, safety and economic security. They work alongside women experiencing disadvantage to promote their rights to live free from violence.

Our culture

We are passionate, collaborative and solution-focused. We are committed to our mission to build a gender equitable country. We work alongside women experiencing disadvantage, to promote their rights to live free from violence, and make informed choices about their relationships.

We work in a way that is woman-focused, engaging and supporting the whole person and appreciating the complexity of her situation.

It is through a feminist lens that we deliver high quality services to our clients and support each other as colleagues.

Your new role

Reporting to the Director of Education and Engagement, the Training and Project Administrator will work alongside another Training and Project Administrator in providing high level e-learning support, administration support for education and engagement projects, and in the delivery of online and face to face training. The Training and Project Administrator is responsible for targeted marketing and enrolments for education and engagement programs, and will help sustain our impact by nurturing professional relationships, enhancing participants’ experience of our training, and helping the team meet stakeholders’ learning and development needs.

The role is part time at 3 days per week (some days may be worked from home), fixed term for 12 months.

About your new team

The Education and Engagement team develops and delivers best practice training, legal education, and community and sector development programs that build capacity of professionals and communities to respond appropriately to women experiencing relationship breakdown or violence.

The Education and Engagement team approaches education through:

Primary Prevention – working with legal and justice stakeholders to undertake sector wide work on primary prevention of violence against women

Early Intervention – through peer and community education to strengthen a women’s ability to make her own informed decisions

Tertiary Response – through professional training programs, collaborating with other specialist family violence training providers

What you'll need to succeed

You will have experience working within tight deadlines, in a fast paced environment, you will be highly organised and have very strong attention to details and accuracy. You are very comfortable and confident with MSOffice suite, Zoom and e-learning suites. You love working in a team environment, and you have remarkable customer service skills.

The role requires:

  • Administration experience in supporting a training/learning and development organisation, including e-learning systems
  • High level IT skills and experience of MS Office and e-learning suites
  • Extensive experience in an office environment and strong administration skills


  • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
  • Knowledge of Evolve and Vyond (video/animation programs) or similar platforms
  • Experience in video editing
  • Experience using Canva or similar graphic design programs

What you'll get in return

We offer competitive remuneration, a strong commitment to your professional development, personal development and mental health, a genuinely flexible working environment that supports work-life balance, salary packaging (which can add up to $15,900 in tax-free pay per year) and a vibrant and collegiate work culture.

Equal opportunity and diversity

WLSV is committed to equal opportunity and diversity and promotes an organisational environment where individuals are treated with fairness, respect, equality and dignity. To deliver the best outcomes for our clients we want a staff team that reflects the diverse community that we serve, recognising the skills, knowledge and experience a diverse staff group brings to our organisation.

To Apply

Please click "Apply Now" and submit a covering letter and resume ASAP as we will begin shortlisting immediately.

A full position description is available below.

If you have any other questions, please email Lauren Wellington, People and Culture Manager at lauren@womenslegal.org.au using the subject line: Training and Project Administrator enquiry via EthicalJobs.

Click the "Apply Now" button to submit your application.

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