The role will involve facilitating and participating in gardening activity, as well as extensive engagement and skill development with residents.
If you have exceptional skills to:
- Work within a community development model
- Effectively engage with individuals from marginalized and diverse backgrounds, including those with intellectual disability and mental illness
- Work in partnership with a range of community and agency stakeholders and target groups
- Effectively manage projects and adapt to circumstances as they arise
- Develop and implement a sustainable edible garden
- Deliver a training program in permaculture or horticulture appropriate to the skill level of the participants,
we invite you to apply for this position.
Project support will be provided by a member of the Health Promotion Team at Merri Community Health Services.
We are currently seeking expressions of interest in this position. Please note that the position is part time (0.2eft), for a fixed term of 9 months. Further information is available here.
To register your interest or for more information, please contact:
Health Promotion Team Leader – Merri Community Health Services
Ph: 9389 2270