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FARE’s team is made up of skilled, passionate, and fun people who are striving for a healthier Australia.

We have established a work culture where people are valued and supported, where wellbeing is prioritised and where we are empowered to collectively contribute to meaningful change. 

Working at FARE you will be part of an organisation developing and delivering innovative health programs and policy solutions to reduce alcohol harm in Australia.

You will work within an organisation that believes change can only happen through partnership and collaboration. We actively work alongside affected communities and people with lived experience of alcohol harm to elevate their voices in public policy advocacy.

We were recently acknowledged for our work culture and awarded as one of the winners of Xref Engage’s Best Workplace Awards for 2024. 

Benefits of working with FARE

Our work is important, but we also understand the value of personal time. We offer additional leave and flexible work arrangements to help support a healthy work-life balance, and we are incredibly proud to be a family-friendly employer.

As an organisation that aims to work toward to a healthier Australia, we are committed to fostering a culture that values the emotional, mental, and physical wellbeing of its staff. We also provide our staff members with access to an Employee Assistance Program.

We want to ensure that our people have the skills and knowledge they need in their roles, while also identifying future opportunities to support development, training and learning.

We value our team members, who bring so much passion to their roles. This is why we offer generous, above-award salaries to attract the best candidates.

We offer not-for-profit salary sacrificing arrangements. This means team members can package up to $15,600 to cover general living expenses and up to $2,560 for meals and entertainment expenses from their gross salary. Depending on individual circumstances, this can reduce taxable income and potentially increase take-home pay.

Our award-winning work culture is one where people are valued and recognised for their unique strengths, where they are supported to thrive and be well, and where they gain a sense of meaning from working together to create change.

Current vacancies

Senior Health Promotion Advisor

The Senior Health Promotion Advisor is responsible for working across teams to develop and implement health promotion and behavior change strategies, content and activities to support the objectives of FARE’s Health Promotion programs and projects.

This is a two-year, full time contracted role. To apply, please provide an up-to-date resume, with two references, and a cover letter of no more than 500 words addressing the key responsibilities and eligibility criteria and send to hr@fare.org.au by 11pm AEST Sunday 28 July 2024.

Policy and Research Team

We are recruiting to three positions within the Policy and Research Team. The team is responsible for researching and developing effective policies and strategies to support FARE to advocate for change to laws, policies, and programs to prioritise the health and wellbeing of families and communities in Australia.

To apply, please provide an up-to-date resume with two references and a cover letter of no more than 500 words addressing the key responsibilities and eligibility criteria for the role and email to hr@fare.org.au by 11pm AEST, Sunday 7 July 2024. The key responsibilities and eligibility criteria are identified in the position descriptions which are linked below.

FARE offers a supportive and welcoming environment where everyone feels empowered to bring their authentic selves to work — and we are committed to continuous improvement on this front.

Because of these values, we champion equity and diversity in the workplace.  

We believe our work can have the greatest impact when we embrace all voices. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people, people of colour, people with disabilities, LGBTIQ+ communities, migrants and women.

We also encourage applications from people with lived experience of alcohol harm.

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