The Health Promotion Officer – Multicultural Women supports the delivery of tailored programs and initiatives that work towards applying an intersectional approach to health promotion efforts, with a particular focus on migrant and refugee women. This position forms part of the Health Promotion team working across our priority areas: Mental Health and Wellbeing, Sexual and Reproductive Health, Gender Equality and the Prevention of Violence Against Women.
This role will focus on building the capacity of local partners to meet the needs of migrant and refugee women in the area, across all WHLM’s priority areas. This will include contributing to the development, delivery and evaluation of health promotion activities in the context of WHLM’s vision and strategic plan.
Please contact Belinda Buck (Strategy, Programs & Partnerships Manager) via email@example.com using the subject line: Health Promotion Officer – Multicultural Women – Bendigo enquiry via EthicalJobs.
All applications must address the Key Selection Criteria to be considered for the position. Please attach a document to your application addressing the Key Selection Criteria.
Interviews for this role will be offered upon receipt of application.
All offers of employment will be made subject to satisfactory completion of employment checks, Working with Children Check, and a National Police Check.
Exemption EO H455/2019 – this position is open only to women and people whose gender identity is female. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women, migrant and refugee women, LGBTIQA+ women and women with disabilities.
How to apply
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