Manager, Wellbeing & Inclusion

At the Parliament, our employees are the key to our success. Together we deliver innovative, professional and apolitical services to support our elected representatives and the democratic process. Our Parliament should be reflective of the community, and that's why we seek to recruit the best, regardless of gender, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation or cultural background.
Job Details
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Department: Parliament of Victoria
Work Type: Ongoing - full time
Job Function: Human Resources (HR)
Classification: PoV5.2
Work Location: Melbourne - CBD
Reference: VG/002283
Closing Date: 04-Oct-2022
Salary Range: $114,830 - $125,735
Job Duration: N/A
Attachments: 002283C - Manager, Wellbeing & Inclusion.pdf (PDF, 124KB)

Contact: Bronwen Edwards

Position Details

Parliament of Victoria – Department of Parliamentary Services

At the Parliament, our culture is focussed on delivering innovative, professional and apolitical services to support our elected representatives and the democratic process.

This is a newly created position to deliver strategies and initiatives to enhance employee wellbeing, workplace diversity, gender equity and inclusive workplaces.

How you will make a difference

You will bring an ability to influence at all levels and have experience in delivering programs and initiatives that create sustainable change in the diversity, inclusion and wellbeing space.

Manager, Wellbeing & Inclusion

You will be a key member of our People and Capability leadership team and lead the development of key programs and initiatives such as an integrated wellbeing program, diversity and inclusion initiatives and actions arising from our Gender Equality, Disability and Inclusion and Reconciliation Action plans.

As a subject matter expert, you will provide specialist advice and consultancy throughout the organisation to drive the pursuit of best practice in response to wellbeing issues and assist in proactively responding to psychological safety in the workplace.

Your data-driven approach will be fundamental in developing and evaluating initiatives related to gender equity, inclusion and wellbeing.

Skills that set you apart

With proven leadership experience and an ability to deliver multiple concurrent initiatives across the wellbeing and inclusion fields you will bring a collaborative and relationship-driven approach to the role.

You will have demonstrated experience in leading and designing organisational development initiatives with diverse cultures and distributed workforces and you will be a proven team player to collaborate effectively with the People and Capability team and stakeholders.

You will use your high level analytical, problem solving and interpersonal skills to embed sustainable change in a complex organisation.

A relevant tertiary qualification in organisational development, HR, psychology, or a related discipline will be highly regarded.

Why join us?

We offer a hybrid work and flexible work environment in our modern offices adjacent our iconic heritage listed Parliament House building. The nature and scope of flexible options available will depend on the nature of the position. You are encouraged to discuss flexible arrangements with the hiring manager during the recruitment process.

Your professional development is important to us, that's why we have a dedicated learning and development framework, along with leadership development programs and targeted in-house training. When you excel at your work and initiate innovative solutions or go above and beyond to demonstrate our values, you will be recognised for your efforts through our reward and recognition program.

For more information about a career at Parliament visit our website.

How to apply

Using the "Apply Now" button, please include your resume and a brief cover letter outlining your experience and how it directly relates to the position.


If you require assistance or adjustments to fully participate in the application or interview process for this role, please contact Parliament's Recruitment Team via email or on (03) 8682 2675.

COVID-19 compliance

Successful candidates will be required to provide evidence of their COVID-19 vaccination status or medical exemption prior to commencing employment.

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