Health Justice Educator - Central Australian Women’s Legal Service (CAWLS) - Alice Springs NT

Position: Health Justice Educator
Organisation: Central Australian Women’s Legal Service (CAWLS) Location: Alice Springs Closing date: There is no application close date and interviews will be held on a rolling basis. Candidates are encouraged to apply at their earliest convenience. 
How to apply: Please consider the selection criteria carefully, and demonstrate how you address all of these qualities in your cover letter. It is crucial that you have a passion for the Health Justice Partnership model. The online application link is here. Contact person: Alice de Brenni, (08) 89524055

An exciting opportunity exists at Central Australian Women’s Legal Service to join our team. An attractive remuneration package is available, salary sacrificing, relocation assistance, and 6 weeks annual leave.

This is a female-identified position. An applicant's gender is a genuine occupational requirement of this position, authorised by s35 of the NT Anti-Discrimination Act and Division 4 (s30, ss1 & ss2a,c,g,e,& h) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1984.

This role involves:

  • Planning, designing & implementation of educational training for health service providers, including through the use of eLearning tools.
  • Identifying gaps and opportunities for CAWLS to expand training delivery.
  • Delivering quality presentations to a diverse range of participants in the Northern Territory.
  • Contributing to the development and delivery of in-house training to CAWLS Board, staff & volunteers.
  • Fostering network opportunities to enhance & develop Health Justice Partnerships.
  • Designing, implementing, and reporting on evaluation processes to ensure training is regularly updated and improved.
  • Maintaining accurate records and providing reports to Management on a regular basis

An applicant's gender is a genuine occupational requirement of this position, authorised by s35 of the NT Anti-Discrimination Act and Division 4 (s30, ss1 & ss2a,c,g,e,& h) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1984.