Nhvic Agreement

All neighbourhood houses that have been circumvented by a neighbourhood collective agreement must meet the terms of this agreement. The 2007 and 2008 Neighbourhood and Learning Centre Agreements continue to apply to any organization that has been signed with them until the organization signs a new agreement. This means that participants in 2007 or 2008 who did not sign the NHACE collective agreement in 2010 or 2016 remain bound by the previous agreement. You can download the agreements and the payment table by following the links below: the current membership reflects more than 90% of all Victorian neighborhood houses. Our members are known by different names, but the fundamental principle for all is a commitment to the practice and values of community development. For more information about the organization and our membership, please visit the website: www.nhvic.org.au neighbourhood homes that are not covered by a collective agreement branch of the neighborhood house or that are possibly covered by the contract of their organization are subject to the allocation system. More information about the LSL Act 2018 can be found on Business Victoria`s website, including an online long-term service holiday calculator and a clear LSL guide. Most Victorian workers, including full-time, part-time, casual, seasonal and fixed-term workers, are entitled to Long Service Leave (LSL). The LSL Act 2018 sets out the minimum standards. . We are looking for a general manager to lead this organization through a significant period of change. The role is responsible for the ongoing strategic vision of the sector and will defend it on its behalf.

The successful candidate will lead the small dedicated staff team in docklands. Read our fact sheet – July 2019 (pdf, 79KB) and visit the portable Long Service Leave Scheme for more information. The collective agreement of neighbourhood houses and popular universities for Community 2010 continues to apply to signatories who have not signed the 2016 or 2018 agreements.