Manager, Community Work and Partnerships - South East Metropolitan Region
We provide professional, value for money services that are driven by our values: working together, making it happen, respecting other people, serving the community and acting with integrity.
Through our commitment to diversity and equality, we are actively engaged in promoting and maintaining a safe and inclusive work environment where all employees are respected, valued and supported.
Our employees are key to our success, and bring new and creative responses to issues and challenges we face in our work and the delivery of quality services to the Victorian community. We proactively seek to employ people of any gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, with a disability, and varied cultural backgrounds. In addition, we have a firm commitment to increase participation of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people across our workforce.
Working flexibly is considered business as usual at the Department of Justice and Regulation. All requests for flexible working arrangements will be considered in line with operational requirements.
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If a career that can give you the opportunity to contribute to a safe and just Victoria appeals to you, we look forward to receiving your application.
|Work Type:||Ongoing - full time|
|Job Function:||Prison and Corrective Services|
|Work Location:||Melbourne - Southern Metro|
|Salary Range:||$90,890 - $109,969|
|Attachments:||Position Description [CCP5] - Manager, Community Work and Partnerships.doc (Word, 870KB)|
Fact Sheet - Applying for a position at DJR.pdf (PDF, 103KB)
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- Lead a team of office and field-based staff to deliver community work placement opportunities
- Participate and contribute to state-wide forums to develop community work options and partnerships
- Ensure suitable hours and placements are available across the region for offenders
About Community Correctional Services
Community Correctional Services (CCS) plays a vital role in contributing to the safety of the community by managing offenders on court orders, complex offenders on post sentence supervision and prisoners on parole. CCS ensures that offenders are meeting their court and parole conditions, engages offenders to build responsibility and connects offenders to programs, services and community.
About the role
Reporting to the Regional Manager, you’ll be leading a team of office and field-based staff to deliver individualised community work placement opportunities for offenders and ensure that the placements allow offenders to successfully complete their court orders and gain skills to assist them in finding long term career opportunities.
Through the innovative design and implementation of place-based assignments, offenders are encouraged by CCS to build responsibility and develop new skills that will connect and assist them to integrate into society and achieve desired rehabilitative outcomes while making reparation for offenders they have committed.
- develop, deliver and drive a business plan to enhance the community work offerings
- set stretch targets to drive strengthened community work performance and outcomes
- devise placement programs to maximise successful completion of court orders and
- communicate and market the innovative and successful community work programs in the community.
Skills and experience
To be successful in this role you will:
- have a proven track record of successfully and effectively marketing and developing partnership strategies
- demonstrate experience in developing strategic and mutually beneficial business partnerships with services
- have a qualification or experience in Business, Arts, Marketing or Commerce is desirable
Please click the Apply button at the bottom of this advertisement. Applications should include a resume and covering letter. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats.
Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply