A little bit fancy

With the 2019 Leadership Intensives off to a flying start this week, our delivery of fancy new Future Social Service Institute banners arrived in the nick of time. Staff were well pleased with the banners, which highlight FSSI’s innovative work in the disability and aged care sectors.

Excitement builds for tomorrow’s forum

Only one more sleep until the Building from Strength:transforming systems and improving outcomes together! Our keynote speaker for the Family Safety Victoria event, is Barbara MacQuarrie (right), a Canadian expert on gendered violence. Barbara popped in this morning for a cuppa with our acting Director Paul Ramcharan and Deputy...

Evaluators needed

FSSI is receiving an increasing number of requests for evaluation work from community sector organisations. As a result, we are looking for people with evaluation experience to join our team, initially on a casual basis, as we continue to build our capacity in this area. For details, or to...

Seeking comms superstar for FSSI

Communications Officer The Victorian Council of Social Service is seeking a qualified person to provide communications and marketing support to the Future Social Service Institute, and general support to the VCOSS communications team. Classification             Level 4 (1 to 3) Salary                         $83, 733 to $89,769 plus superannuation. Status                         Full Time Reports...

Prisons 21st Century asylums

Forum participants: Justen Thomas, Paul Ramcharan, Deborah Glass, Colleen Pearce and Rob Hulls. Victorian prisons have become 21st Century asylums, according to the Director of the Centre for Innovative Justice, and former Attorney-General, Rob Hulls. Mr Hulls was speaking at a forum on disability and justice hosted by the Office...