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Training Coordinator, Workplace Gender Equality Programs

  • 12 months Fixed Term Contract (possibility of extension)
  • Part-time (0.7 FTE)
  • Option to schedule work around school hours
  • Melbourne based - Ability to work remotely
  • $70k per annum (FTE) based on experience + 10% Superannuation

About the Role

This exciting new position will deliver training, develop resources, and provide quality assurance and project management support to ensure the roll out of services provided by the Workplace Gender Equality team are fit for purpose and coordinated effectively. This key position will support the Manager and a team of consultant trainers working across various projects.

Key Responsibilities

Training and content development

  • Co-facilitate training sessions with EQI staff and consultants as required to entities
  • Co-facilitate training-of-trainer sessions for up-skilling of EQI consultants
  • Update tools, resources and training materials to meet clients’ needs
  • Contribute to the co-design and delivery of new training and feminist e-learning packages

Project coordination and administration

  • Manage contract administration for consultants including the drafting of work orders and terms of reference for trainers
  • Track requests through the EQI’s email inquiry address
  • Foster and maintain strong relationships with partners and clients to maximise the Equality Institute’s strategic goals
  • Contribute to the development of grants, funding submissions and tenders
  • Support the Manager, Workplace Gender Equality in responding to requests for quotes to expand EQI services

Key Selection Criteria


  • Training experience and demonstrated ability to develop and update resource materials for a diverse audience including the public sector, corporate and not-for-profit clients
  • Experience (5+ years) in gender equality and inclusion, capacity development, training and/or organisational development
  • Tertiary qualification in a relevant field such as gender studies, public policy, public health, international and/or community development
  • Understanding and experience working with stakeholders from diverse cultural backgrounds
  • Demonstrated project management
  • Experience working with/in government, international development agencies and/or higher education settings


  • Experience working in gender equality and ending violence against women in Australia or overseas
  • Tender writing

How to Apply

Please upload your most recent CV and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria, your skills and experience to by COB Monday 10 January 2022. Please refer to the Position Description for additional information.

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