National Justice Reinvestment Coordinator

National Justice Reinvestment Coordinator

COVID-19 (double) vaccination is a condition of employment at the ALS.

About the ALS

The Aboriginal Legal Service (NSW/ACT) Limited (ALS) is a proud Aboriginal community-controlled organisation. As Australia’s first community legal service provider, we’ve been fighting for justice and equity for over 50 years. 

About Justice Reinvestment Network Australia

Justice Reinvestment Network Australia (JRNA) is a group of research and policy colleagues and community leaders from around Australia working with and advocating for justice reinvestment (or ‘JR’), particularly for its implementation in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. JRNA was established in 2015 to share knowledge and create a community of practice around JR to strengthen the JR evidence base, support communities working with JR and promote JR nationally.

Benefits of working with us

We offer a diverse, inclusive and supportive work environment, where you can develop and grow. We’re passionate about what we do and we work hard.

The ALS values the health and wellbeing of our employees and we are proud to offer flexible work practices and additional leave entitlements. 

Staff can choose to take advantage of benefits including salary packaging to maximise take-home pay.

About the role

The primary responsibility of the Justice Reinvestment National Network Coordinator is to support national activity focused on justice reinvestment implementation, primarily in First Nations communities, and advocacy around Australia through the creation of a justice reinvestment community of practice and the coordination of the national network.

MAJOR ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Building community of practice for Justice Reinvestment Network Australia members
  • Coordinate the national network
  • Support communities to implement and advocate for JR
  • Research, policy and advocacy             

What you’ll bring to the role

To be successful in this position you will need to demonstrate:

  • Strong interpersonal skills relevant to working with and strengthening a network of peoples and organisations
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including ability to communicate to a wide range of audiences, demonstrated in policy, advocacy and other contexts
  • Strong organisational, time management and planning skills; with an ability to work autonomously and within a network
  • Skills and knowledge related to and prior experience working with statistical data, particularly in ways that enable those without these skills, knowledge and experience to understand and use data.
  • Effective project management skills with well-developed time management skills to plan workload, prioritise and meet deadlines
  • Demonstrated commitment to the effective implementation of Workplace Health and Safety and Ethical and Diversity practices in the workplace
  • Covid-19 double vaccinated

How to apply

To download the application package for this position, please click here

Applications for this position close at midnight, Wednesday 16 February 2022.

 

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