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Jobs at WIRE

WIRE is proudly working towards becoming an intersectional feminist organisation and values and welcomes employees from diverse backgrounds, identities and lived experience. We believe our workplace needs to reflect the community we aim to support, and value skills and knowledge gained through lived experience.

We encourage people to apply who:

  • Are women, non-binary or gender diverse people
  • Are recent migrants or refugees (including those on temporary visas), are multilingual or from culturally diverse communities
  • have a disability
  • are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people
  • are neurodivergent
  • have experienced criminalisation
  • have worked in the sex industry
  • have experienced extended financial insecurity or family violence

If you would like to speak with someone about your suitability for a particular role, or to work at WIRE in general, please contact Elena Ashley, HR Manager, at eashley@wire.org.au

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Why work with WIRE?

Employment with us offers many benefits:

  • Family friendly, flexible work practices such as part-time, remote or possibly job sharing
  • Superannuation at 10% + salary packaging,
  • Above award personal leave + family violence leave, cultural & ceremonial leave,
  • Carer’s & parenting responsibilities’ recognition,
  • Access to WIRE’s employee assistance program & external clinical supervision

How to apply:

WIRE acknowledges the significant time and effort required to apply for positions, and that the process can create barriers or challenges for applicants. WIRE aims to make our recruitment process accessible & safe for you.

Our standard application process requires applicants to submit:

  • Your current resume (CV)
  • A short response to each of the key selection criteria describing an example of your experience, knowledge or ability (approximately 300 words per criteria)
  • You can also submit a cover letter introducing yourself to WIRE.
  • We also offer these options for submitting applications:
  • You can record an audio or video response to the key selection criteria
  • phone call response to the key selection criteria can be arranged

Applications are submitted to Rosemary Landau, Office Administrator, via email at rlandau@wire.org.au.

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What to expect in a WIRE recruitment process:

  • We select who is interviewed based on sharing WIRE values, experience and knowledge. This is demonstrated by your response to the key selection criteria
  • We send out the interview questions at least an hour before the interview so you can prepare
  • We let you know who is on the interview panel & what their role is before the interview
  • Your potential manager, someone you might work with and a neutral person will be on the interview panel.

Pre-employment screening:

All employees at WIRE are required to undergo a Police Check and a Working with Children Check to confirm they are fit to work with WIRE service users and program participants. Convictions relating to assault, harassment or violence may indicate an applicant is not suitable to work at WIRE. However, we know that many people are unfairly criminalised, particularly people who have experienced family violence or who are part of marginalised communities. Contact us to have a confidential discussion about the circumstances of any conviction which might be considered a barrier to your employment at WIRE.

Good luck!