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The Executive Director devises strategies and developmental plans for the welfare of the organisation and coordinates with the Court Network Board in the development and implementation of such programs. The Executive Director provides leadership of the organisation, performance of all the management functions at the organisational level as well as ensuring that the developmental programs are designed in a way to meet Court Network’s goals and objectives. The Executive Director is responsible for the overall management of human resources and quality and operations within the organisation.
Victorian State Manager
The role of the State Manager is to oversee operations and to supervise and support Victorian Program Managers.
Queensland State Manager
The Queensland State Manager manages and oversees the operations of Court Network programs in Queensland. This is achieved through planning, management, court reform initiatives, organisational development, public policy and collaborative partnerships.
The Finance Manager is required to manage the organisation’s annual budgeting process, day to day finance and payroll function and compliance reporting requirements by ATO. The Finance Manager is also required to provide financial reports to the Executive Director, the Board and the funding bodies.
The role of the Program Manager is to facilitate, supervise and support Networkers while developing and maintaining professional relationships within the judiciary system. Program Managers also work closely with complementary services. Program Managers coordinate the Court Network program in the following locations across Victoria and Queensland:
Bendigo, Echuca and Castlemaine
Geelong, Colac and Warrnambool
Metropolitan and suburban Melbourne
Shepparton, Wangaratta and Wodonga
Victim Support Unit Program Manager - Brisbane
The Program Manager is responsible for the management of the Victim Support Unit. The service is available in Brisbane and Ipswich courts. The VSU is specialise support service for victims of crime, a witness to a crime or someone supporting a victim. The service is provided by a dedicated group of professionally support volunteers called Victim Support Unit Networkers who are trained to assist before, during and after court proceedings. Visit www.victimsupportunit.org for more infomation.
Victim Support Unit Coordinator - Ipswich
Victorian Training Manager
The Training Manager is responsible for planning and coordinating the training program for new volunteers. The training is carried out by the Training Manager with the assistance of the team of Program Managers.