L2P Project Officer
- Highly regarded not-for-profit organisation
- Progressive, enthusiastic and dedicated staff
- Attractive Salary Packaging available
- Part time position
- Based in Melton
Djerriwarrh Community & Education Services (Djerriwarrh) is a highly regarded not-for-profit charitable organisation which has been delivering high quality education, training, employment and youth programs in the western suburbs of Melbourne since 1989. Djerriwarrh’s Mission Statement is ‘empowering individuals and local communities to learn, connect and grow’. Djerriwarrh has an inclusive, collaborative workplace culture.
Djerriwarrh Community & Education Services, in partnership with Melton City Council and Moorabool Shires, has received funding from VicRoads for the delivery of the L2P programs in both Melton and Moorabool Shires.
L2P program assists young people 16-21 in the Melton and Moorabool Shires who don’t have access to a suitable mentor or vehicle, achieve the required 120 hours of driving practice to obtain their probationary licence through a community mentor program (L2P).
The Project Officer is responsible for coordinating all aspects of the L2P delivery in both Melton City Council and Moorabool Shires, ensuring all contractual obligations and key performance indicators are met. The Project Officer will work closely with VicRoads, other youth specific programs, local police, relevant staff at both Melton City Council and Moorabool Shires and driving schools to source and support young people and mentors achieve the required outcomes.
A qualification in Youth Work, Social Work, Psychology, Community Work, Career Development or equivalent.
For a position description and information on how to apply please contact Stacey on (03) 8746 1000 or email [email protected]
Applications must include a cover letter, an address to the Key Selection Criteria and a current resume. Applicants who do not address the Key Selection Criteria will not be contacted.
Closing date: 5:00pm Sunday 12 February 2023
Djerriwarrh actively encourages applications from Aboriginal peoples, people from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds and people with a disability.