This organisation provides crisis accommodation, case management,
and support services to women and their children who have experienced and are escaping family or domestic violence. The role will use trauma-informed and client-centred principles to empower women and provide support.
This is a permanent full-time opportunity (part-time (4 days) may also be considered).
- Manage a caseload of clients with varying complex needs within the refuge and in an outreach setting
- Develop a comprehensive case management plan with the client and assist clients in transitioning to safe living arrangements.
- Develop and maintain strong collaborative relationships with a broad range of service providers, including but not limited to government agencies, private service providers, DVF-specific services, cultural and religious organisations and community groups.
- Make appropriate referrals to outsource specific care needs as required.
- Work with people from diverse cultures, religions, and community groups.
- Formal qualification in Social Work, Human Services (Welfare), Community Development or related discipline and/or equivalent professional experience
- Current NSW Drivers Licence
- Current Working With Children Check and NSW Police Check clearance
- Experience in working with families affect by DFV within a community services or residential setting
- The ability to provide a flexible, trauma-informed and client-centred approach to service delivery
- Knowledge of some of the specific issues facing migrants and people from CALD backgrounds who experience DFV.
- The ability to speak a second language (other than English), is desirable but not essential
Please send resumes to [email protected]