The ECCV offers a dynamic, varied and interesting work environment for staff. We are fortunate to work on issues that make a positive difference to people's lives. We work with a wide range of talented, knowledgeable people across the public, private and community sectors.

Current Vacancies 

NDIS Community Engagement Officer: click here for position description. Applications close 5pm, 5th February 2018.



We regularly offer places for student placements, typically to undertake internships based on policy development and the production of a research report. In recent years we've hosted international students too.

If you are interested in a student
 placement or wish to talk about placement opportunities, please contact the office.


ECCV Board members are all volunteers and like most community based organizations we would not be able to function without the great work that volunteers do and the time they devote to the organisation’s governance.

Members of the Board are elected but there are still areas of involvement where general volunteers can make their mark such as being part of one of our policy sub-committees. At the moment these sub-committees include our Women’s, Youth, New & Emerging communities, Health and Aged Care committees. There may also be opportunities for more general volunteer assistance on projects or in the office particularly from those with a particular skill. Those skills in short supply include accounting, media, events management, communications, IT and graphic design.

We also take on board office based volunteers from time to time to help with administration, communications, organising events or project work so if you have some skills in these areas and at least adequate written English language skills give us a call, we'd love to talk to you.


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