About the Role:
Aboriginal Community Housing Limited, a national Tier 2 Aboriginal community housing organisation that provides culturally appropriate property and tenancy management services across Australia.
We are seeking a highly skilled, motivated, and passionate leader to drive our business growth in Victoria, building and managing partnership and stakeholder relationships throughout the state.
You will have:
Experience in engaging with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, sector organisations and government agencies to support the expansion in Victoria.
- Build and manage new and existing partnerships and stakeholder relationships that support current portfolio and future growth
- Identify and secure diverse business opportunities in Victoria
- Work with colleagues to develop workplans, project plans and procedures to support the implementation of the Strategic Business Plan
- Participate in the management of state and national projects and Victoria operational functions
What will success look like?
You will represent our vision and mission throughout Victoria, and have an appreciation and knowledge of the diverse contexts and local communities. With strong ability to demonstrate experience developing and networking with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, individuals, government agencies and partner organisations.
You will have:
- Knowledge of the sector and the environment, required to identify various stakeholder perspectives when developing strategies, plans, and team goals
- Strong skills in communication, negotiation and influencing a range of stakeholders
- Experienced in fostering strong relationships with teams & communities
- A positive attitude towards achieving key deliverables
- Confidence and experience in problem-solving, with the ability to remain calm in reactive situations
- Can work independently and as part of a broader team within a fast-paced environment
- A commitment to the right of all people to affordable and sustainable housing.
This is an identified position. ACHL considers that being an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person is a genuine occupation qualification for this position under s14 of the Anti â Discrimination . Applicants for this position must be Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent, identify as being Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, and be accepted within the community as such.
In return, we offer a competitive salary, cultural and ceremonial leave, access to ongoing opportunities for professional development, and a range of other excellent benefits. For more information about working with The CHL Group please visit our website https://chl.org.au/careers/working-at-chl/benefits-of-working-at-chl/.
A satisfactory police check is required for all staff, and those with customer-related responsibilities are required to provide an NNIS, WWD Checks.
As an equal opportunity employer, ACHVL works closely with people from a diverse range of backgrounds.
ACHVL acknowledges the traditional Aboriginal custodians of country throughout Australia and pays respect to them, their culture and their Elders past, present and emerging.
CHL is committed to the health and safety of our people and our clients. All CHL employees are required to comply with applicable government health directives and CHL’s COVID-19 Vaccination Policy.