Closing date: 27th March 2023

Position Details

Position title: Project Officer – Our Site

Part time/Full time

Summary and broad purpose of the position

The Project Officer is responsible for working with the Our Site Project Director, Gender Based Violence Practice Manager, and the Content Development Officer to ensure the smooth running and implementation of the project.

The Project Officer will assist with working in co-design with women and girls with disability to identify gaps in Our Site and developing content to address these. The Project Officer will also undertake a number of other tasks associated with stakeholder engagement and project communications using various platforms, including social media.

Key responsibilities and duties

  1. Assist with researching, adapting, producing and sourcing excellent and accessible content for Our Site.
  2. Participate in and support project committees and advisory groups.
  3. Work alongside and provide regular updates to the Project Director.
  4. Work in co-design with women with disability to ensure Our Site is relevant and fit for purpose.
  5. Assist the Project Director with the coordination of user-testing workshops with different groups of WGwD across Australia to assess the currency and usability of Our Site and identify gaps to be addressed.
  6. Assist with meeting reporting obligations, milestones and deadlines, and provide updates to the funding body as required.
  7. Coordinate and implement project communications to stakeholders via a variety of methods, including social media.
  8. Assist with the development and implementation of a communications plan for the project, which includes a marketing plan and social media strategy.
  9. Work alongside and provide regular updates to the Project Director, Our Site.
  10. Undertake other duties as required.

Required experience and qualifications

Extensive experience and tertiary qualifications in disability studies, community services, community development, social work, project management, or related disciplines.


  • Experience and or qualifications in web design.
  • Experience working in co-design with women and girls with disability.
  • Easy English or other accessible media qualifications.
  • Lived experience of disability.
  • An understanding of intersectionality as it applies to women, girls, feminine identifying and non-binary people with disability, and an ability to communicate sensitively and effectively with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people.

Other requirements

The successful candidate will be required to attain a satisfactory Working with Vulnerable Persons/Children check.

How to apply

Please provide a written statement (no more than three A-4 pages) clearly addressing the selection criteria and your current CV/resume and send to:

Zoe Houstein
Project Director:

Please use the subject line: Our Site Project Officer Application (including your name). Only applications sent to the above email address will be accepted.

Applications provided in other formats due to access requirements will be considered. If you would like information on other formats, further information on the role, or require adjustments to the application process, please contact:

Zoe Houstein
Project Director: 0400 101 354

You can also apply through Ethical Jobs here.

Applications close 11:59pm 27th March 2023.

Position Description – Project Officer, Our Site