Why work at VALS?

Join the best

VALS is made up of Victoria’s most committed legal advocates, professionals and support staff who work to advance Aboriginal self-determination and the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Victoria of all ages.

We know that our people make the difference. VALS is committed to diversity, equality and inclusion. We celebrate our team of diverse Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTQIA+ and individuals from different cultures, language groups and experiences.

 

Grow, develop and be rewarded

You will have:

  • Opportunities to work on diverse matters and gain significant experience.
  • Opportunities to develop your own expertise and collaborate with colleagues and partners in projects, policy and legal reform
  • Access to generous staff benefits such as salary packaging options, flexible working arrangement, TOIL, pre-purchased leave, paid parental, carer and cultural leave and much more.
Full time and Part-time staff receive:
  • 11% Superannuation
  • 17.5% Leave Loading
  • 5 extra days leave on top of 20 days annual leave
  • Only required to work 35 hours per week, any extra hours worked will be calculated as your Time In Lieu (TOIL) – which you may use as additional leave hours
  • Access to company vehicles for any work-related trips
  • Salary packaging is available via Maxxia11

Available positions

Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander designated positions

These positions are classified under Section 12 Special Measures of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010, and only available to Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people

Salary Offering $75,566.40 – $81,317.60

This is a full time fixed term role until 30th of June 2026

OVERVIEW:

The Baggarrook Woman’s Transitional Housing Program “Program” has been established to assist eligible Aboriginal woman who have been released from prison to make a successful reintegration into the community after their release.

The Program incorporates six transitional houses and post release support to Aboriginal woman exiting prison, with VALS and Aboriginal Housing Victoria (AHV) working together to deliver the program. 

VALS Baggarrook Program Officers work 1:1 with women participants to support their goals and pursuit of suitable long-term housing and independence. This includes working in partnership with other agencies, including culturally safe health providers, housing services, family violence programs, drug and alcohol services and community groups. 

Office Locations: High Street, Preston and frequent travel to Braybrook hub.

This role is full-time fixed term until 30 AUG 2024.

This position may require regional and very occasional interstate travel.

What A Day as A Baggarrook Program Officer Looks Like:

The Baggarrook Woman’s Transitional Housing Program “Program” has been established to assist eligible Aboriginal woman who have been released from prison to make a successful reintegration into the community after their release.

The Program incorporates six transitional houses and post release support to Aboriginal woman exiting prison, with VALS and Aboriginal Housing Victoria (AHV) working together to deliver the program. 

VALS Baggarrook Program Officers work 1:1 with women participants to support their goals and pursuit of suitable long-term housing and independence. This includes working in partnership with other agencies, including culturally safe health providers, housing services, family violence programs, drug and alcohol services and community groups. .

Key Selection Criteria

  1. Excellent relationship building skills with people with complex needs and behaviours such as trauma, alcohol, drugs and disabilities. 
  2. Experience of working 1:1 with service users, ideally service users with complex needs. 
  3. A demonstrated knowledge of the Victorian legal system and an understanding of the legal issues faced by Victorian Aboriginal communities.
  4. Excellent written, verbal communication and interpersonal skills. 
  5. The ability to work in a multi-skilled environment.
  6. Good computing skills.  

Desirable

  1. Demonstrated experience and/or qualifications in case management.
  2. Experience working in the not-for-profit sector, ideally with an Aboriginal community controlled organisation.  

This is an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander designated position, classified under Section 12 Special Measures of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010.

This employment opportunity is only available to Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Salary Offering: $75,566.40 – $81,317.60 (VALS CPB 1.1 – 1.4) depending on experience, plus  Superannuation

Only applications that send a document addressing the key selection creteria will be accepted.

Additional Benefits:

  • 17.5% Leave Loading
  • 5 extra days leave on top of 20 days annual leave 
  • Only required to work 35 hours per week, any extra hours worked will be calculated as your Time In Lieu (TOIL) – which you may use as additional leave hours
  • Access to company vehicles for any work-related trips
  • Salary packaging is available via Maxxia

Office Locations: 

-West Melbourne – Werribee – Warnambool 

-Mildura – Shepparton – Bendigo – Morwell

– Head Office- 273 High Street Preston, 3072

This role is full-time fixed term until 30 June 2025.

This position will require regional and very occasional interstate travel.

 

OVERVIEW OF THE ROLE:

As CSO you will act as a liaison between VALS and Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people interacting with the justice system. 

The CSO helps address barriers Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people face in engaging with criminal, family and civil justice processes. CSOs have an educational role in crime prevention and reduction, and in conjunction with other facilities, offer alternative programs to Aboriginal communities.

 

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Respond to e-justice notifications, the on-call CSO, the Aboriginal Community Justice Panel (ACJP) or Victoria Police when advised that an Aboriginal person is being held in custody;
  • Contact the Aboriginal person in custody, provide basic information and exercise discretion as to whether the on-call solicitor should be contacted.  Reassure the client and explain legal terminology and processes used by the police and legal profession, not using legal jargon.  Where appropriate, take notes of the history of the client’s case and provide them to the solicitor;
  • Attend court to support the client and the solicitor; and as directed, lodge all necessary court documents;
  • Liaise and network with other Aboriginal organisations to promote VALS and be aware of programs that help prevent or reduce crime within Victorian Aboriginal communities;
  • Liaise with police and other persons within the justice system to ensure delivery of a culturally relevant service;
  • Represent VALS at various meetings and report back on those meetings to VALS management;
  • Perform a range of administrative tasks to ensure the effective delivery of services to VALS clients. This includes providing activity reports on a timely basis, attending staff meetings as required, and ensuring that data is entered into the VALS client management system

KEY SELECTION CRITERIA:

  • A demonstrated knowledge of the Victorian legal system;
  • An understanding of the legal issues faced by Victorian Aboriginal communities and a commitment to and understanding of Victorian Aboriginal culture and community, and the ability to communicate effectively with members of those communities;
  • Excellent written, verbal communication and interpersonal skills;
  • The ability to work in a multi-skilled environment;
  • Excellent computer skills, including experience with working with data bases 

Salary Offering $75,566.40 – $81,317.60

Location: Unit 3 / 262 Maude Street, Shepperaton, VIC 3630.

Part time (4 days a week) fixed term until 30th of June 2025

Benefits:

  • 17.5% Leave Loading
  • 5 extra days leave on top of 20 days annual leave 
  • Only required to work 28 hours per week, any extra hours worked will be 
  • Access to company vehicles for any work-related trips
  • Salary packaging of up to $15,900+ per FBT available via Maxxia

OVERVIEW OF THE ROLE

The DART Worker will assist the Children’s Court in identifying when a young Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person (client) has a disability and will enable the presiding judicial officer to be better informed about any forms of disability the client may have. Drawing upon their knowledge and skills in support coordination, the DART Worker will build rapport and will support the young Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander client in completing required screening processes and provide further referrals of allied health services where required. The DART Worker will have links with the MCM ECIS team when additional allied health supports are requested by the courts.

This role is a partnership collaboration between VALS & Melbourne City Mission.

Key Selection Criteria

Essential 

  • Tertiary qualification and/or demonstrated experience working in the Community Services sector (Disability, Mental Health, Housing, Justice).
  • Demonstrated experience working with young Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people.
  • Excellent written, verbal communication and interpersonal skills.
  • The ability to work in a multi-disciplinary environment including assertively and respectfully with partners, including ACCOs and persons working within Victorian courts, police, youth justice and child protection and residential care services. 
  • Excellent computer skills.

Desirable 

  • Knowledge of the Victorian legal system, including an understanding of the Children, Youth and Families Act 2005 and key amendments and associated policies and guidelines relevant to youth justice. This includes Children’s Court practices and procedures. 
  • Experience working within the not-for-profit sector, ideally within an ACCO. 
  • Experience of working as part of a whole-family and whole-community approach to supporting clients.
  • Experience working with people living with a disability. 
  • Knowledge of the NDIS Act 2013, Disability Act 2006 and experience working in a NDIS Environment

 

 

Salary Offering $75,566.40 – $81,317.60

Location: Unit 3 / 262 Maude Street, Shepperaton, VIC 3630.

Contract ends on 30th June 2028.

This is an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander designated position, classified under Section 12 Special Measures of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010. This employment opportunity is only available to Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Benefits:

  • 17.5% Leave Loading
  • 5 extra days leave on top of 20 days annual leave 
  • Only required to work 35 hours per week, any extra hours worked will be calculated as your Time In Lieu (TOIL) – which you may use as additional leave hours
  • Access to company vehicles for any work-related trips
  • Salary packaging of up to $15,900+ per FBT available via Maxxia

OVERVIEW OF THE ROLE:

The Aboriginal Community Engagement Worker works as part a multidisciplinary team with Balit Ngulu youth lawyers. The ACE Worker works alongside Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander young people (clients) to:

  • Promote cultural safety. 
  • Develop and implement plans that keep the young person safe, support their diversion from the youth justice system and build their resilience. 
  • Provide transport to and from court and other appointments with the client, including attending court and appointments with them. For instance, acting as a source of support and advice for them at court, interviews, and other formal meetings. 
  • Represent and promote Balit Ngulu and participate in client case planning processes with partner agencies.
  • Maintain accurate and timely records of contacts with and for clients and undertake other administrative tasks consistent with VALS policies and procedures.  
  • As directed, undertake other duties that are incidental and peripheral to main tasks, provided such duties are reasonably within the employee’s skills and competence

KEY SELECTION – Essential

  1. Lived experience in an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community(ies) with demonstrated knowledge of issues that impact access to justice and support services for Aboriginal children and young people, ideally in Victoria. 
  2. A Certificate IV in Youth Work, Diploma in Youth Work and/or equivalent experience. If not at Diploma level, must be willing to undertake relevant professional qualification (which will be supported by VALS).
  3. Demonstrated experience working with Aboriginal young people.
  4. Excellent written, verbal communication and interpersonal skills.
  5. The ability to work in a multi-disciplinary environment including assertively and respectfully with partners, including ACCOs and persons working within Victorian courts, police, youth justice and child protection and residential care services. 
  6. Good computer skills.

KEY SELECTION – Desired

  1. Knowledge of Victorian legal system, including an understanding of the Children, Youth and Families Act 2005 and key amendments and associated policies and guidelines relevant to youth justice. This includes Children’s Court practices and procedures. 
  2. Work within the not-for-profit sector, ideally within an ACCO. 
  3.  Experience of working as part of a whole-family and whole-community approach to supporting clients. 
Positions open to all applicants

Salary Offering: $67.394.60 (VALS D 1.3) plus 11% Superannuation

Additional Benefits:

  • 17.5% Leave Loading
  • 5 extra days leave on top of 20 days annual leave 
  • Only required to work 35 hours per week, any extra hours worked will be calculated as your Time In Lieu (TOIL) – which you may use as additional leave hours
  • Access to company vehicles for any work-related trips
  • Salary packaging is available via Maxxia

 

Office Locations: 279 Hargreaves St, Bendigo, VIC 3550

This role is full-time fixed term until 30th of June 2025

This position may require regional and very occasional interstate travel.

 

OVERVIEW OF THE ROLE:

As legal secretary for VALS regional hub, you will be responsible in providing high quality secretarial / administrative support services to the Criminal and Aboriginal Families Practice Leads. 

You will undertake reception function and act as a liaison and coordination point for office management. This includes in arranging stationery and supplies, liaison with local tradespeople and the VALS office manager and ensuring the adequacy of VALS approaches to good workplace health and safety.

 

KEY SELECTION CRITERIA:

  • Secretarial or similar experience preferred but not essential. 
  • Advanced skills in the use of MS Office Software (particularly MS Word, Excel, E-mail – word proficient to 80 words per minute) to a legal practice, or similar, and the capacity to quickly acquire competency in the use of VALS’ client data base.
  • Professional and courteous phone manner and interpersonal skills and the capacity to communicate effectively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members, who may be experiencing stress and anxiety due to their legal needs, and other team members and partners
  • Knowledge or a willingness to learn about the legal issues faced by members of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Victoria, with a commitment to the principles and values of the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service

Salary Offering: $100k – 115k depending on experience plus 11% Superannuation  

Located at West Melbourne -Werribee 

This role is full time until 30 June 2025    

This position may require regional and very occasional interstate travel  

Additional Benefits:

  • 17.5% Leave Loading
  • 5 extra days leave on top of 20 days annual leave 
  • Only required to work 35 hours per week, any extra hours worked will be calculated as your Time In Lieu (TOIL) – which you may use as additional leave hours
  • Access to company vehicles for any work-related trips
  • Salary packaging of up to $15,900+ per FBT available via Maxxia

Overview

As Regional Practice Lead , you will have 4+ years of practical experience in criminal law and act as lead advocate for aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people interacting with the criminal justice system. 

Key Selection Criteria 

  1. Admitted or eligible for admission as a legal practitioner in Victoria and in the High Court of Australia (With an unrestricted practising certificate )
  2. Capability to work as an advocate and caseworker in complex criminal law matters, with knowledge of, and practical experience in the law and court procedures within the criminal law jurisdiction . 
  3. Ability to supervise, mentor and train staff and volunteers and contribute to the development of individuals and their knowledge and skills in criminal law 
  4. Sound interpersonal skills and the capacity to communicate effectively with members of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community and more broadly with multidisciplinary colleagues and VALS partners 
  5. A commitment to and understanding of VALS and legal issues faced by members of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Victoria 
  6. Basic Competency in the use of MS Office Software (particularly MS Word,Excel,E-mail) and the capacity to quickly acquire competency in the use of VALS client management system.
Desirable

  1. Member or eligible to be a Victoria Legal Aid Panel member for summary, indictable and youth matters
  2. Accredited Criminal Law Specialist
  3. Experience Working in the non-profit sector.
MANDATORY REGUIREMENTS:
On offer of this position, you must provide :

  1. Copy of your current Employee Working with Children Card
  2. You will be required to complete a current Criminal History Police Check  .
  3. Up to date vaccination certificate or valid medical exemption 
  4. Proof of rights to work in Australia, i.e ., a copy of an Australian Passport , Birth Certificate , or Immigration VISA documentation
  5. Current valid Australian Driver’s Licence

Salary Offering $94,458 – $98,625.80 (depending on experience)

Plus superannuation (currently 11%)

Located 150 Commercial Road, Morwell, Vic 3840

Full Time Fixed Term until 30th of June 2025

Additional Benefits:

  • 17.5% Leave Loading
  • 5 extra days leave on top of 20 days annual leave 
  • Only required to work 35 hours per week, any extra hours worked will be calculated as your Time In Lieu (TOIL) – which you may use as additional leave hours
  • Access to company vehicles for any work-related trips
  • Salary packaging of up to $15,900+ per FBT available via Maxxia

Overview

The Senior Youth Outreach Lawyer will work closely with the VALS Community Justice Program in order to provide high quality legal assistance and deliver community legal education for Aboriginal children and young people. 

 Key Performance Indicators, Duties & Responsibility

  • Plan and deliver a quality legal service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth including appearing as a senior advocate on behalf of clients in various courts including the Children’s Court Criminal Division, Magistrates’ Court and Koori Courts. 
  • Supervise and mentor junior lawyers and contribute to the organisation through the delivery of professional legal education and training.
  • Ability to act in the Principal Managing Lawyer (PML) position in a higher duties capacity when required.
  • Participate in, and as required plan and deliver community legal education (CLE) projects, law reform and other VALS projects. 
  • Participate in weekly case-planning meetings.
  • Maintain positive and collaborative relationships with key stakeholders, including Victorian Legal Aid, pro bono law firms, the Victorian Bar, Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations (ACCOs) and other agencies in the legal and non-legal sectors. 
  • Keep up to date with relevant legal developments and procedures by engaging in continuous professional development relevant to the justice system.
  • Maintain an understanding of issues impacting the justice system and members of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, particularly young people. 
  • Be prepared to travel across Victoria to provide legal assistance to Balit Ngulu clients and deliver community legal education. Sometimes this travel will occur outside of usual business hours.
  • Engage positively with VALS colleagues and always remain professional. This includes upholding VALS values, operating consistent with VALS policies and procedures and participating in all staff training. 
  • Undertake other duties as directed which are incidental and peripheral to the main tasks, provided that such duties are reasonably within the employee’s skills, competence and training. 

Key section Criteria

Essential

  1. A commitment to and understanding of the youth legal issues faced by members of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Youth Communities in Victoria. 
  2. Capacity to work as an advocate and caseworker in complex matters and deliver Community Legal Education. 
  3. The ability to work collaboratively with others and to foster a co-operative and supportive team environment.
  4. Sound interpersonal skills and the capacity to communicate effectively with members of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community. 
  5. A knowledge of the principles and values of the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service. 
  6. Ability to work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and acknowledge their diverse backgrounds, personalities and varying needs and the unique cultural ways in which they may be expressed.
  7. Demonstrated computer literacy skills and proficiency using the Microsoft Office and other relevant software. The capacity to quickly acquire competency in the of VALS’s client data base (ActionStep). 
  8. Experience working in the non-profit sector. 
  9. At least 3+ years experience as a legal practitioner, with demonstrated capability to work as an advocate and caseworker in complex matters involving children and young people.
  10. Applicants with less than 3 years are encouraged to apply and title application as ‘Youth Outreach Lawyer – Balit Ngulu’

Salary Offering $94,458 – $98,625.80 (depending on experience)

Plus superannuation (currently 11%)

Located 150 Commercial Road, Morwell, Vic 3840

Full Time Fixed Term until 30th of June 2025

Additional Benefits:

  • 17.5% Leave Loading
  • 5 extra days leave on top of 20 days annual leave 
  • Only required to work 35 hours per week, any extra hours worked will be calculated as your Time In Lieu (TOIL) – which you may use as additional leave hours
  • Access to company vehicles for any work-related trips
  • Salary packaging of up to $15,900+ per FBT available via Maxxia

Overview

The Senior Youth Outreach Lawyer will work closely with the VALS Community Justice Program in order to provide high quality legal assistance and deliver community legal education for Aboriginal children and young people. 

 Key Performance Indicators, Duties & Responsibility

  • Plan and deliver a quality legal service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth including appearing as a senior advocate on behalf of clients in various courts including the Children’s Court Criminal Division, Magistrates’ Court and Koori Courts. 
  • Supervise and mentor junior lawyers and contribute to the organisation through the delivery of professional legal education and training.
  • Ability to act in the Principal Managing Lawyer (PML) position in a higher duties capacity when required.
  • Participate in, and as required plan and deliver community legal education (CLE) projects, law reform and other VALS projects. 
  • Participate in weekly case-planning meetings.
  • Maintain positive and collaborative relationships with key stakeholders, including Victorian Legal Aid, pro bono law firms, the Victorian Bar, Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations (ACCOs) and other agencies in the legal and non-legal sectors. 
  • Keep up to date with relevant legal developments and procedures by engaging in continuous professional development relevant to the justice system.
  • Maintain an understanding of issues impacting the justice system and members of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, particularly young people. 
  • Be prepared to travel across Victoria to provide legal assistance to Balit Ngulu clients and deliver community legal education. Sometimes this travel will occur outside of usual business hours.
  • Engage positively with VALS colleagues and always remain professional. This includes upholding VALS values, operating consistent with VALS policies and procedures and participating in all staff training. 
  • Undertake other duties as directed which are incidental and peripheral to the main tasks, provided that such duties are reasonably within the employee’s skills, competence and training. 

Key section Criteria

Essential

  1. A commitment to and understanding of the youth legal issues faced by members of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Youth Communities in Victoria. 
  2. Capacity to work as an advocate and caseworker in complex matters and deliver Community Legal Education. 
  3. The ability to work collaboratively with others and to foster a co-operative and supportive team environment.
  4. Sound interpersonal skills and the capacity to communicate effectively with members of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community. 
  5. A knowledge of the principles and values of the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service. 
  6. Ability to work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and acknowledge their diverse backgrounds, personalities and varying needs and the unique cultural ways in which they may be expressed.
  7. Demonstrated computer literacy skills and proficiency using the Microsoft Office and other relevant software. The capacity to quickly acquire competency in the of VALS’s client data base (ActionStep). 
  8. Experience working in the non-profit sector. 
  9. At least 3+ years experience as a legal practitioner, with demonstrated capability to work as an advocate and caseworker in complex matters involving children and young people.
  10. Applicants with less than 3 years are encouraged to apply and title application as ‘Youth Outreach Lawyer – Balit Ngulu’. 

Desired

  • A member, or eligible to be a member, of Victoria Legal Aid’s Youth Crime practitioner panel. 
  • An LIV Accredited Specialist (Children’s Law, Criminal Law or Family Law)
  • Experience working in the not-for-profit sector

Applications close 15th of March 2024

Salary Offering $94,458 – $98,625.80

Additional Benefits:

  • 17.5% Leave Loading
  • 5 extra days leave on top of 20 days annual leave
  • Only required to work 35 hours per week, any extra hours worked will be calculated as your Time In Lieu (TOIL) – which you may use as additional leave hours
  • Access to company vehicles for any work-related trips
  • Salary packaging is available via Maxxia

Office Locations: 273 High Street, Preston, 3072

This role is full-time fixed term for 4 years

OVERVIEW OF THE ROLE

This position is tied to an integrated Practice Project which VALS is undertaking in partnership with Consumer Action Law Action (Consumer Action). The project is funded through the Federation of Community Legal Centres integrated Services Fund. 

The successful candidate may also be required to provide casework, advice, referrals, and representation across the other VALS Civil and Human Rights practice areas from time to time as their capacity allows. These practice areas include tenancy, infringements, Working With Children Check suspension and cancellation, employment, discrimination, Personal Safety Intervention Orders and coronial matters.

Key Section Criteria

  •  Strong negotiation skills & professional approach to dispute resolution 
  • Previous experience knowledge/experience in Consumer Lawyer would be desirable 
  • Experience in providing legal advice, representation and conducting litigation in various jurisdictions including tribunals & courts
  • Experience working with with Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander clients in  a similar role
  • Strong interpersonal & communication skills
  • Respect for others feelings, ideas & abilities to work effectively & professionally 

The Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service frequently offers a number of employment opportunities within our Legal, Community Justice and Executive and Corporate Services.

If you are an Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person who is seeking to work with our organisation please send your current resume along with your preferred area/role and region (metro, Loddon, Barwon etc.) 

To join our talent pool, please email jobs@vals.org.auWe will contact you as new opportunities arise.

How to apply

To apply for one of the above opportunities please provide:

  • covering letter outlining who you are and why you are suited to this position.
  • statement addressing each of the key selection criteria – applications submitted without a statement addressing the key selection criteria will not be accepted. Please note the key selection criteria is found within the position description.
  • Your resume detailing your education and professional experience and two referees.

Please submit your application to jobs@vals.org.au using the subject line: POSITION TITLE

*Only successful applications will be contacted*

We do not accept unsolicited resumes from employment agencies. No (search) fee will be paid in the event we hire a candidate whose resume is submitted by an employment agency to any of our employees without a valid written recruitment agreement. Such resumes shall be deemed the sole property of VALS.

When offered a role at VALS

On offer of a position, it is mandatory for you to provide:

  • Copy of your current Employee Working with Children Card.
  • You will be required to complete a current Criminal History Police Check.
  • Up to date vaccination certificate or valid medical exemption
  • Proof of rights to work in Australia, i.e., a copy of an Australian Passport, Birth Certificate, or Immigration VISA documentation
  • Current valid Victorian Driver’s Licence
  • Copies of any certificates or degrees relevant to this role

WE ACKNOWLEDGE AND PAY OUR RESPECTS TO THE CUSTODIANS OF THE LANDS ON WHICH WE WORK, COLLECTIVELY THE ABORIGINAL COMMUNITIES OF SOUTH-EAST AUSTRALIA.

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