MEN‘S FAMILY VIOLENCE PRACTITIONER – MEN’S BEHAVIOUR CHANGE PROGRAM (MBCP)
- Full-time, ongoing
- Culture that supports work-life balance
- Attractive salary packaging
Sunraysia Community Health Service (SCHS) is a dynamic organisation promoting health, wellbeing and independence in a social model of health. The organisation is a source of primary and preventive care for our community members who are at risk of poor health outcomes, and experience acute health disparities. SCHS understands the influence of the Social Determinants of Health upon health inequities experienced by community members and work with consumers and community members, to structure their care around the context in which they live and work.
ABOUT THE ROLE
The Men’s Behaviour Change Program (MBCP) aims to advocate and promote the safety of woman and children, whilst holding men accountable for their choice to use violence against their family in accordance to the No to Violence minimum standards.
The successful applicant will meet the key selection criteria identified in the position description, and will have specific accountabilities which include (but are not limited to):
- Degree or equivalent tertiary qualification in Social Work, welfare or other related qualification with relevant industry experience
- Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with a range of internal and external stakeholders.
- Ability to engage with mandated clients.
For a confidential discussion, please contact Madi Jones, Acting Family Violence Services Program Coodinator on 0428 931 690 or email@example.com
To apply, please forward your covering letter including the reference number, CV, responses to Key Selection Criteria and contact details of three professional referees addressed to Manager Human Resources, firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications will remain open until the vacancy is filled.
PLEASE NOTE: SCHS is committed to the application of the Child Safe Standards. All positions are subject to thorough credentialing and safety screening prior to commencing employment. This includes reference checks and National Police Check for all SCHS employees. Any prospective employee who has resided and worked overseas in the past 10 years for a continuous period of 12 months or more will be required to undergo an International Criminal History Check. Where applicable, employees may also be required to hold a current Working With Children check issued in the state of Victoria and have a current NDIS Clearance (NDIS Worker Screening Check).
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Department of Health Guidelines for Immunisation of Health Care Workers require all staff to demonstrate immunity to specific preventable diseases. As part of the recruitment process, the preferred applicant is required to provide evidence of immunisation (and/or serology) to confirm they are protected from risk.