As the Gambling Harm Minimisation Project Officer, you are directly responsible to the Program Manager. The key functions of this role are:
- to work in consultation and collaboration with the Gambling Service Team to develop & disseminate health promotion material/campaigns
- ongoing research/study with reference to the collection of data/trend aligned with gambling harms
- travel and work with and within a diverse range of community settings (urban, rural and remote) with community/workers/services to identify and respond to gambling harms
- develop and maintain key relationships with individuals, communities, regional councils, other service providers and partnering institutions and universities
- develop and facilitate information sessions
- contribute and support to the program’s data collection project
- develop and disseminate health promotion material
- Attend/participate in community event(s).
- ability to travel throughout the NT and work outside normal business hours when required.
- a degree or other appropriate qualifications and/or experience relevant to the role.
- high level of communication skills with a broad range of stakeholders.
- experience working effectively within a professional multi-disciplinary team.
- demonstrated skills in consultation, project work and health promotion.
- solid understanding of and commitment to working from a community development and a harm minimisation approach.
- commitment to undertake ongoing agency training in effective communication and multicultural interactions.
- strong commitment to workplace safety and managing risk.
- obtain/maintain a Working with Children Check – Ochre Card
- hold a current NT Driver’s License.
A demonstrated understanding of:
- knowledge in the field of gambling
What Amity Offers:
- a supportive, professional, inclusive and respectful work environment;
- a workplace that values and actively supports career development and continual learning;
- 6 weeks annual leave;
- the option of salary sacrificing;