Prevention Adviser – Projects
The Primary Prevention team’s focus over the next 12 months is developing, implementing and consolidating a suite of programs and projects that will continue to build capability, connectedness and expertise in the primary prevention sector. The team will focus on increasing the reach, impact and sustainability of current activities, including strengthening evaluation and monitoring practices. The team will focus on developing and strengthening critical partnerships with diverse communities and sector stakeholders, as well as scoping new activities to respond to the emerging needs of the workforce, particularly in a post-pandemic recovery period.
The Prevention Adviser – Projects will support all aspects of project management, documentation, reporting, evaluation and monitoring. This role will also be responsible for managing project management and project administration of existing projects as well as supporting the development and implementation of new partnership projects as they develop.
Applications close on Monday 10 May and interviews are likely to take place on Friday 14 May in the morning.
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