Case Worker, Staying Home Leaving Violence The Benevolent Society


  • Full-time, 6-Month contract position based in Campbelltown 
  • $93k – $100k inclusive of Super + Salary Packaging + Meal & Entertainment Card
  • Flexible, friendly organisation, Hybrid work options available!

Our Organisation 

The Benevolent Society’s vision is to build a just society where all Australians can live their best life. For more than 200 years we have supported people at the margins of society: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians; children, young people, and their families; older people; carers and people with disability. We are an independent, non-religious service provider which supports people to live life their way.  

As part of The Benevolent Society vision, we are strongly committed to reconciliation with our First Nations people of Australia. We remain steadfast in our commitment to promoting the economic, political, and social inclusion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. 

About the role 

The Benevolent Society considers being a woman is a genuine occupational qualification for this position under s. 31 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW) 

Our Centre for Women’s, Children’s and Family Health in Campbelltown supports women and families particularly those affected by domestic violence, to make positive, safe, and informed choices. We use a trauma informed, strengths-based approach and integrated, wrap around service model. 

As our Case Worker, you will join our Staying Home Leaving Violence Team where you will provide effective, flexible, and holistic case management support.  We use a trauma informed, person-centred approach to support women to heal from domestic violence, sexual assault, grief, loss and other women’s health issues.  


  • Work with clients to undertake comprehensive assessments to develop, implement, monitor and review their client plan and outcomes that identify strengths as well as areas of risk, ensuring clients are actively engaged in the process 
  • Engage clients using appropriate assessment and risk minimisation processes. 
  • Ensure client plans are shared openly with clients, and where applicable, other agencies 
  • Coordinate with other service providers including government departments and agencies, notably women’s domestic violence court advocacy services, police, Centrelink and housing services 

Our Benefits   

We support people to live their best life. That includes you, our employee. A ‘best life’ is unique to everyone and can change as life changes. Here are a few things you might be interested in:   

  • Salary Benefits – You can package up to $15,900 pa of you pre-tax salary to pay for everyday expenses before income tax is calculated, meaning you take home even more pay
  • Motor Vehicle Packaging Options – to suit your lifestyle.   
  • Work/Life Balance – Flexible work arrangements including part time hours, hybrid home/office work arrangements, 1 accrued day off a month for full time employees.   
  • Recognition and Reward – Sector competitive remuneration, various recognition programs and access to long service leave after 5 years    
  • Wellness – Fitness passport + Employee Assistance Program + opportunity to purchase additional leave.    
  • Professional development – We tailor career development opportunities to all employees and volunteers for career enrichment, fulfilment, and growth 
  • Our Reconciliation Commitment – a First Nations employees are entitled up to 10 days of unpaid leave for ceremonial purposes, as well as the option to be a voice on our RAP working group, and have the opportunity for cultural and professional development that supports career pathways.  

Skills and Experience 

We want you to be successful in your new role! This means you’ll have a relevant tertiary (degree) qualification in social work, community services or similar: 

  • At least 3-4 years Case Management experience 
  • Experience working with women affected by trauma, domestic violence, mental health, or other forms of adversity (By phone and /or face to face) 
  • Ability to quickly and effectively evaluate the needs of a client who may be in crisis and identify potential referrals that may meet their needs 
  • A clear understanding of Domestic and Family Violence and relevant legislation, along with a good understanding of the court process, effective advocacy skills and networking abilities with relevant services in the area.
  • Excellent time management and organising skills
  • Current Drivers Licence 

If you identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples, then we want to hear from you. The Benevolent Society recognises and values cultural knowledge and wisdom of the First Nations people, we therefore strongly encourage you to apply. We are strongly committed to being an Employer of Choice, one who offers, provides, and practices cultural safety in our workplace. 

Apply today! 

To apply please follow the link and submit your current CV along with a 1 page cover letter discussing your reasons for applying and suitability for the role

Call Kristy on 0420 959 675 for a friendly, confidential discussion! 

*Internally this position is called a Child and Family Practitioner 

The Benevolent Society respects and promotes human rights and diversity and is committed to building an inclusive culture. We welcome diversity in all its forms; applications from underrepresented communities are strongly encouraged. We value relationships with our local Aboriginal community and welcome applications from its members. We see ability not disability, if you identify as a person with a different ability, please get in contact to let us know how we can accommodate your needs. We pride ourselves on being a client and child safe organisation and as such all our staff and volunteers go through security screening relevant to the role.



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