Coordinator FDV Coordinated Response Service Anglicare WA


In this rewarding role, you will provide a comprehensive and coordinated response to individuals and families impacted by family and domestic violence.

  • Join a values driven, family friendly organisation
  • Receive generous tax-free salary packaging benefits
  • Part time (30 hours per week) opportunity based in Kalgoorlie

About us

Anglicare WA is a highly regarded not for profit organisation, delivering a diverse range of community services throughout Western Australia.  With over 630 staff and 220 volunteers, we are passionate about having a real and sustainable impact in the Western Australian community.

About the role

This is a great opportunity to join our high performing FDV service in the Goldfields region. 

As the Coordinator FDV Coordinated Response Service you will join a passionate, multidisciplinary team of like-minded professionals that provide support to the family and domestic violence Regional Coordination Response multi-agency case management groups and Regional Managers group in the Goldfields.  You will ensure a quality service delivery and outcomes for families and individuals impacted by family and domestic violence, by achieving improved victim safety and perpetrator accountability. 

Some of the duties will include: developing relationships with regional service providers and departments who have a role to play in addressing family and domestic violence, organize interagency joint triage meetings, ensure appropriate tools and forms are available to support referral, risk assessment and case planning, facilitate multi-agency case management and provide training for service providers about the regional coordination response model.

This is a part time (0.8 FTE) position until 30 June 2024, with possibility of extension.

About You

You are passionate about your professional practice and specifically about providing person-centred, trauma informed and culturally appropriate services.

To be successful you will have the following skills and experience:

  • Tertiary Degree in Social Work, Psychology, or related discipline, with specialist knowledge and experience relevant to the position (an exemption to this may apply to applicants who have demonstrated equivalent knowledge of and experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people or who are Aboriginal)
  • Experience in assessing and managing risk and supporting clients affected by FDV, ideally including with individuals and families in Indigenous communities
  • Experience in working in a team, including case management and group facilitation
  • Skills to build effective relationships with a range of stakeholders, especially Aboriginal people, including ability to communicate sensitively and effectively
  • Knowledge of current theories, practice and literature in the area of FDV, including an understanding of the impact of inter-generational trauma and ‘Best Practice’ models of intervention for FDV
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in culturally diverse environments and form positive working relationships with individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds

You must possess a current National Police Clearance valid within one year, ability to obtain a WA Working with Children Check, and a WA Drivers Licence.

Impact and benefits

Sharing your knowledge, skills and experience, you will make an impact to the lives of children, families and communities across the state. 

In return for your drive and commitment, we provide the support of an inclusive and welcoming community which places people at the heart of all the work we do and encourages broad thinking, curiosity, creativity and best practice.


  • Starting salary is $101,877 p/a (pro rata) including remote localities allowance, plus 11% super
  • In addition, enjoy generous tax-free salary packaging benefits where you can package up to $15,900 per annum and not pay tax on that amount
  • Additional 3 days (pro-rata) leave per year
  • Flexible, family friendly working conditions

Why join us?

At Anglicare WA we are all about people, placing people at the heart of our work.  We are focused on strengths, believing in and amplifying the strength of people and communities.  We are fiercely inclusive, making sure everyone can belong. As trusted partners we are curious and creative, always looking for new ways to do better.  We are courageous and gutsy, tackling difficult issues, even when it’s hard.  

But don’t take our word for it!  Here is what our people think:

  • “Anglicare WA has a culture which celebrates people, the communities we work for and works in innovative ways with leadership who are connected with the work, everyone feels comfortable to be their unique selves here.”
  • “Anglicare WA is really great at living and breathing our values everyday across the organisation, celebrating the diversity within our workforce, doing things differently, constantly trying to break down barriers for clients and families, making new employees feel welcome, great communication!”
  • “Anglicare WA supports flexible working (incl WFH).   As a single parent my leaders have always been approachable and understanding. I really appreciate being part of an organisation that respects my responsibilities as a parent.”

Apply Now!

If the opportunity excites you to develop your career in an organisation whose values align with yours then we want to hear from you.

To apply, please click on the apply button and follow the prompts attaching a current detailed resume and covering letter. 

For further information please contact Joshua Simpaya, Service Manager Goldfields on 0429 589 952 or email: joshua,[email protected].

Applications close on Wednesday 30 August 2023 at 9am, however suitable candidates may be contacted sooner.  Anglicare WA reserves the right to close or extend advertising.

Child Safe: Anglicare WA is committed to providing safe environments where children and young people feel valued, respected and are protected from abuse and harm.

Inclusive: We actively promote a working environment that values diversity and inclusion. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, people who identify as LGBTQ+ and people with a disability. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at time of application.

Voice to Parliament: Anglicare WA is committed to walking alongside First Nations people and support the establishment of a Voice to Parliament, enshrined in the Constitution.

Unsolicited applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted.