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by Stefanie Kitsoukilias

2016 marks an extraordinary milestone for MND Victoria. In October the association will be turning 35 and to celebrate this, we are launching a special project celebrating our Social History.

Read more: Our History

Careers at MND Victoria

Information and Resourcing Officer (Part time)

•    Keen to provide the best possible support for people living with Motor Neurone Disease (MND)?
•    Experienced communicator with people in challenging circumstances?
•    Committed to contributing to an effective and timely information service for internal and external stakeholders?
•    Skilled group facilitator?
•    Eager to work in a culture of care?

MND Victoria is dedicated to providing high quality services and support to people living with Motor Neurone Disease. We are seeking an Information and Resourcing Officer who will, under the guidance of the Coordinator Information Resourcing assist with the research, collection and dissemination of information about motor neurone disease and the care and support of those who have motor neurone disease. This position will also assist with the provision of a range of group programmes, information sessions and special events.

This is a part time (24 hours per week) position, based at Canterbury. Salary packaging available. Current Victorian Drivers Licence essential.

For position statement email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone 9830 2122

Applications must address the key selection criteria as outlined in the position description and be submitted to J. McConnell, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 9:00am, 5 June 2017. Previous applicants need not apply.

If you are interested in volunteering with us, please view our Current volunteer opportunities page.


The Association is predominantly supported by its own fundraising activities, and in part by grants from the State Government through the Department of Human Services.

Read more: Funding