Independent Mental Health Advocacy is a service delivered by Victoria Legal Aid. We offer a range of benefits to ensure that our employees’ contributions are recognised and their careers are as rewarding as possible.
The opportunities for professional development at Victoria Legal Aid are many and varied. They include:
- formal learning and development programs
- financial support for further education and study
- on-the-job development opportunities.
Salary packaging allows you to reduce the amount of tax you pay, thereby increasing your net salary. This helps our staff make the most of their income.
You can nominate to package up to $15,899 per year for general expenses such as your mortgage, rent, credit card, or even phone and electricity bill. A further amount can be salary packaged for meals.
Your own circumstances will determine whether salary packaging will be a benefit to you. For more information visit the website of our provider .
Flexible work arrangements and family-friendly policies
We recognise the need to balance your work and personal life and our policies reflect this. We offer attractive employment conditions including flexible working arrangements with a range of family-friendly policies.
You may be eligible to purchase additional annual leave, work flexible hours, job share and do some work from home. We also offer paid parental leave.
Employee Assistance Program
We offer an external Employee Assistance Program providing short-term counselling and support for you and your immediate family members. This service is easily accessible, voluntary and can provide support on a number of personal and work related issues.
The Commuter Club is an opportunity for you to purchase a yearly public transport card (myki) saving 10 per cent off the cost of a normal yearly ticket.
Some of our other employee benefits include:
- paid study leave and fee reimbursement if your course meets certain requirements
- discounted health insurance
- subsidised eyewear
- free flu vaccination
- recognition of prior service that meets specific criteria.
Reviewed 17 March 2022