Whether we're helping people engage with the law, undertaking research to support planning and reform, or funding community organisations -- everything we do strengthens the relationship between Victorians and their justice system. Our small team is made up of lawyers, educators, researchers, communications specialists and volunteers -- we are a small organisation that makes a big impact.
Victoria Law Foundation is currently seeking to recruit for the following position:
Education and Events Director
- Part-time (0.6)
- Immediate start
- CBD location
- Great working environment
Do you have an exceptional eye for detail when it comes to organising events? Do you have an interest in educating Victorians about our legal system?
As the Education and Events Director, your main responsibility will be the successful delivery of the Foundation’s events program, particularly the Law Week festival in May. In addition, you will oversee and provide strategic support for the school’s program, in collaboration with the Education Manager.
This role is highly diverse, which means no day will be the same.
If you are looking for a part-time position with an organisation that makes a difference, this could be the role for you!
Applications close at midnight, Sunday 20 October 2019
For a full position description and information on the recruitment process, download the recruitment pack.
How to apply
You must apply for the position online through the Victorian Government careers website.
The job reference for this role is: VG/VLF91.
Please note that in order to apply through the Careers website you will need to be registered for this service. When completing your registration we only require you to complete the compulsory fields.
In order to be considered for the role you MUST include with your application:
- a current CV;
- covering letter; and
- response to the Selection Criteria.
Our internship program
Get experience working for a not-for-profit legal organisation, grow your networks and get behind-the-scenes exposure to a range of alternative legal careers with our internship program.
Our interns get exposure to all areas of the Foundation's work -- research, education, grants and communications -- and have the opportunity to visit some of Victoria's most prestigious legal institutions and meet the people who work in them.