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The NSW Government has announced a historic investment of $484.3 million, for housing and specialist supports for women and children experiencing domestic and family violence (DFV). This is the single biggest investment in addressing DFV in the State’s history and will provide $426.6 million over four years to expand the delivery and operation of new women’s refuges through an innovative Core and Cluster model.
Homelessness NSW, working in partnership with Domestic Violence NSW and Aboriginal Community Housing Association are working together to support organisations to participate in the Core and Cluster program. This will include accelerating effective partnerships, engagement, and resources to facilitate robust participation.
A range of roles are currently available, involving project management, grants coordination, stakeholder engagement, and project support. Please apply directly to the advertisement with a cover letter addressing the selection criteria (max 2 pages) and a full resume. Interviews will be held between 3 August and 29 August 2022. For a confidential discussion about any of the roles available, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
May 4, 2022
Homelessness NSW, the peak body representing the homelessness sector of New South Wales is delighted to announce the appointment of Trina Jones as its new Chief Executive Officer.