- Full-time, Ongoing
- Attractive salary packaging
- Culture that supports work-life balance
- Working from home options may be available
SCHS is a dynamic organisation promoting health, well-being and independence in a social model of health; preventing illness, disease and injury; influencing the agenda for health policy, providing access and equity to health services for our community and encouraging innovation and flexibility to ensure services match community need.
The position is responsible to engage effectively, assess risk and safety plan with people accessing services at The Orange Door and SCHS Family Violence services. It also includes responding to referrals to the service including L17 family violence reports from Victoria Police.
This includes victims/survivors, children and perpetrators of family violence (FV) in conjunction with other Hub practitioners and may include referral to specialist services.
The Orange Door will bring together different workforces and practices to create an integrated team and a consolidated intake point in each Orange Door area to create a new way of support for:
- Women, children, young people and families experiencing family violence
- Men choosing to use family violence
- Families in need of support with the care, development and well-being of children.
- Degree or equivalent tertiary qualification in Social Work or Social Science with three years experience working in Family Violence.
- Willingness to complete the Graduate Certificate in Client Assessment and Case Management (Family Violence).
- Being prepared to take an innovative approach to engaging with men and the community, to increase the safety of women and children.
For a confidential discussion, please contact Lisa O’Neill, via email@example.com or (03) 5022 5444.
To apply, please forward your covering letter, CV, responses to Key Selection Criteria and contact details of three professional referees addressed to Manager Human Resources, firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications must be received by 8am Monday 17 May 2021.
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