Join Our Team

Join a passionate team of dedicated professionals with a common purpose of preventing and addressing family violence within Aboriginal communities across Victoria. At Djirra, we stand firm against family violence, supporting Aboriginal women’s journey to safety and wellbeing.

As an Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation, Djirra was initiated by Aboriginal people, and is operated and governed by Aboriginal people for Aboriginal people. Aboriginal values are at the core of everything we do, ensuring that we provide culturally safe services.

Some of the benefits to working with us include:

  • Supportive and inclusive work environment
  • Flexible work-life balance, including access to a monthly RDO (Rostered Day Off)
  • Salary packaging options
  • Access to a range of wellness and wellbeing activities throughout the year run by our Wellbeing Committee
  • Employee Assistance Program with supportive, confidential counselling for personal and work concerns.

Job opportunities

Corporate Services Manager

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join Djirra’s management team at a time of significant change as we expand our network of regional teams and offices, and grow our front-line legal and non-legal services, our early intervention and prevention programs, and our policy and advocacy work.

If you have strong project-based experience and have implemented policies, procedures and processes across a complex organisation then we’re keen to hear from you.

For a confidential discussion, please contact Jason Hunwick at HORNER on 03 9604 2888. You can download the postion description here.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.


For genreral enquiries about job opportunities and Djirra’s work, contact us.


SUPPORT USVolunteer opportunities

Djirra’s volunteer program is for people who have experience in, or who are studying: law, community development, policy, Aboriginal studies or other relevant disciplines.

Djirra seeks volunteers with strong analytical and conceptual ability, and excellent research and communication skills. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.

We usually offer two rounds per year for expressions of interest in volunteering. To find our more information or express interest, please send your CV with a covering letter to