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Ensure quality housing outcomes for all Aboriginal Victorians Lead agency for Victoria’s Aboriginal housing and homelessness policy Suits candidates with housing or client support services management experience
Aboriginal Housing Victoria (AHV) is an Aboriginal community organisation that owns and manages in excess of 1,500 rental properties for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people living in Victoria. AHV is the largest Aboriginal Registered Housing Agency in Australia and the lead agency for Victoria’s Aboriginal housing and homelessness policy, Mana-na worn-tyeen maar-takoort. The Aboriginal Housing Services Division delivers services targeted to those most in need of support, and programs that contribute to all Aboriginal Victorians achieving quality housing outcomes in a generation. Reporting to the CEO, you will be part of a dynamic executive leadership team. You will Contribute to key strategic projects during a time of exciting reform and unprecedented levels of government investment. Build and nurture collaborative relationships with Aboriginal Community, government, and housing and homelessness services industry stakeholders. Innovate and lead the growth and development of Aboriginal Housing Victoria’s housing programs and services. Lead teams who manage a large tenancy portfolio and deliver quality housing programs and client services. Ensure culturally appropriate, consistently managed and sustained tenancies and targeted client services including access to complex services and support. Ensure systems of best practice risk management, quality assurance and compliance are maintained and improved. Manage change and drive continuous improvement.
You are a dynamic leader, identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander and have operational and strategic management experience working as a key member of an executive team. Your previous experience includes overseeing the delivery of high quality services or programs within the housing sector, Aboriginal community organisations or government. Additionally you demonstrate: • Ability to lead, manage and develop staff • Capacity to be a change manager driving continuous improvement • Ability to build relationships and collaborate with internal and external stakeholders • Risk management and quality focus • Understanding of the diversity of circumstances and the issues affecting Aboriginal people
Competitive salary with generous salary packaging Additional paid leave over Christmas, New Year and NAIDOC Week Genuine support and commitment to staff professional development Respectful, values driven, culturally sensitive work environment
Aboriginal Housing Victoria Narrandjeri House 125-127 Scotchmer street, North Fitzroy VIC 3068