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Senior Learning Designer

  • Are you highly organised and a good communicator?
  • Be part of a growing, committed team working to end family violence and violence against women
  • Full time (negotiable), 12 month fixed term contract
  • Generous entitlements and salary packaging available

About the role

This role will be responsible for adapting DVRCV’s face to face training packages into an online environment, ensuring the relationship between learning outcomes, tasks and activities is aligned and using design thinking principles to problem solve the required adaptations to online learning. A key aspect will be maintaining, enhancing and/or developing rich and engaging learning materials and designing interactive, social and collaborative online activities.

The Senior Learning Designer will be situated in the Workforce Strategy and Capability team at DVRCV however will be required to work in close collaboration with the Prevention of Violence Against Women team.

For more information about the key responsibilities of the role, download the position description.

DVRCV and Domestic Violence Victoria (DV Vic) have agreed to merge under the umbrella of DV Vic. DV Vic is the peak body for specialist family violence response services for victim survivors in Victoria.

This role will be employed by DV Vic and initially based at DVRCV during the merge transition period.

To be successful you will have:

  • Qualification in, and/or equivalent demonstrable experience (at least 3 years) in:
    • Instructional Design and/or Interactive Digital Media Development, or related field, or
    • Educational Design and/or Education, with an Instructional Design focus
  • Experience in designing successful training programs with a strong understanding of contemporary training methods and tools, adult learning principles, and the application of these to maximise learning outcomes
  • Sound understanding of learning design principles, practices, curriculum development, resource development and production
  • Ability to effectively translate practice knowledge into engaging training materials
  • Experience in continuous improvement of training products that are targeted to meet specified outcomes, for specific audiences
  • Well-developed problem solving, conflict resolution and decision-making abilities
  • Excellent time management and organisational skills
  • Knowledge of key primary prevention and response frameworks and standards and/or the specialist family violence and prevention sectors (desirable)

How to apply

DVRCV actively encourages applications from people from culturally diverse backgrounds, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people with disabilities. If you are interested in the role but feel you may not meet the full range of selection criteria, please contact us to discuss your experience and application for this position.

If you have any enquiries or for a confidential discussion please contact Director, Workforce Strategy and Capability Jelena Djurdjevic on (03) 8346 5200 or

To apply, email a cover letter and your resume to

Applications close at midnight Sunday 7 February 2021.

Previous applicants need not apply.

This role is partially funded by the Working for Victoria initiative. To participate in Working for Victoria, you need to be:

  • Legally able to work in Victoria; and
  • Unemployed or have recently experienced a significant reduction in income; this includes international students and those on student visas.

To register for Working for Victoria or find out more, visit the Victorian Government Coronavirus website