Employment and Volunteer opportunities
Deaf Victoria, established in 1982 is a small but dynamic organisation led by passionate people- both volunteer board members and paid staff. We strive to meet the needs of deaf and hard of hearing Victorians through our work with proactive programs together with responsive action to meet current demands.
Flexible and multiple positions available
As a not for profit organisation since 1982, Deaf Victoria is made up of a volunteer board and a small team of paid staff. We welcome those keen to volunteer with us who may be able to contribute to our work and the broader Victorian Deaf Community.
Depending on your skills and our current areas of need, we can offer short or long term positions for volunteers, those seeking placements to compliment study, work experience or as members of our board. Preference for these positions are given to deaf and hard of hearing people, Auslan users or those looking for a long term career in the Deaf sector. If you are interested please download and fill in the form and email to our team.
Past employment opportunities
Information and Communications Officer
Full time, six month contract (with an option for part time/job share for right candidate/s and possible opportunity to extend).
We are now looking for a savvy and dynamic communication professional with experience in creating content across a range of online platforms to join our small but passionate organisation. This role will suit a team player with excellent Auslan and English skills who can produce content in various outputs- text, video and visuals. The successful candidate will be able to adapt quickly to ensure information is current to keep our Deaf Community and sector partners well informed.
The Information and Communications Officer will report to the General Manager, Maxine Buxton.
To express interest in the position, please send your CV/resume along with a brief cover letter in English or Auslan video to email@example.com
Applications close 5pm Friday August 28 with interviews conducted in Auslan the following week.