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Job Number : 35587
Type and Location : Senior Manager / Melbourne
Listed By : Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation on 23 Nov 2021
Project Manager Service Systems Enhancement

About us

Our purpose is to prevent and reduce gambling harm for all Victorians. Our role is to fund research and other activities that add to the knowledge and understanding of gambling harm; to work in partnership with others to offer evidence-based prevention programs and support services to those affected by gambling harm; and to deliver communication campaigns that inform and influence gambling-related attitudes and behaviours.

Gambling harm affects individuals, families, communities and populations. Accordingly, we take a public health approach to harm, which comprises evidence-based awareness, prevention, early intervention, education, and treatment and support programs. Our strategic priorities are to:

  • Foster community understanding of gambling harm to lay the groundwork for the attitudinal changes required to prevent and reduce gambling harm
  • Inform and deliver prevention and intervention activities to reduce the harm in populations, communities and settings most affected by access and exposure to gambling products
  • Strengthen the funded services system to provide accessible, integrated, relevant and visible options for the delivery of effective treatment and support to those seeking help for gambling harm.

 About the role

An exciting role is available as Project Manager, Service System Enhancement in the Gamblers' Help team at the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation.

This newly revised position will assist in leading a comprehensive service review, which includes determining revised funding and delivery models for our suite of prevention and treatment services.

The Victorian Auditor General's Office recently provided recommendations to the Foundation about the need to ensure the suite of support and treatment options are integrated and enhanced - this role will focus on ensuring Victorian's who are vulnerable to or experiencing gambling related harm have access to a best practice support system.

The role will include a focus on digital treatment options and how they interact with a user's experience within the broader gambling treatment and support system.

 About you

Ideally, you have clinical experience and in health service system development with a deep understanding of community need in relation to treatment and support.

You are innovative, outcomes focused, evidence driven and are commited to continous improvement with a focus on delivering high quality client-centered care and improved client outcomes.

You are also highly analytical and have experience in comprehending and analysing data and systems to improve service delivery.

You have broad experience in managing and developing complex procurement processes.

 

How to apply

Please submit your appplication through the Project Manager, Service System Enhancement (VPSG5) | CareersVic Applications should include a resume and responses key selection criteria.

Should you have any questions about this position please refer to the position description (attached to this job advertisement) or contact Sophie Anderson on 0419552678.

Preferred applicants will be subject to pre-employment checks including a national police check and misconduct screening, as part of the Foundation's recruitment process.

Applications close:  1 December 2021

 Foundation's Commitment

Diversity and Equal Employment Opportunity

We welcome applicants from a diverse range of backgrounds and experiences, including First Nations people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds, LGBTIQ+, people with disability, as diversity and inclusion drives our success.

First Nations people

The Foundation has a commitment to provide a just and inclusive society, which respects and celebrates First Nations people's culture and communities. This vision and commitment is implemented through the Foundation's Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) which provides opportunities for a more holistic response to gambling harm, incorporating community strengths, values and priorities. To find out more about the Foundation's RAP, click here.

 People with a disability

It is important to us that candidates with disability can participate equitably in the recruitment process. If you need assistance or adjustments to fully participate in the application or interview process please contact People and Culture.

Contact Details
Sophie Anderson 0419552678



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