The Central Coast Community Women’s Health Centre is ‘A feminist health centre of excellence enabling Central Coast women to access to holistic health care.
We are advertising for an experienced, caring domestic and family violence case manager to join our our team to increase women’s access to case management in the Wyong area.
This is a Contracted Part-Time position 13 hours per week (days negotiable), funded to June 2026. The role is remunerated under the Social, Community Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award (SCHADS) Level 5. Salary packaging is available to eligible successful applicants.
The purpose of this position is to provide best practice case management support for women who have children aged 0 – 12 who live in the Wyong area and are experiencing domestic and family violence. This position is funded through a partnership with The Benevolent Society under the Department of Social Services Communities for Children program (CfC).
The role of the Case Manager is to undertake assessment, safety monitoring, planning, advocacy and linking woman with other appropriate support services. The Case Manager is a member of our friendly and professional CfC team and includes two counsellors, Early Childhood Educators and the Centre Coordinator.
Essential criteria for this role requires you to have a University qualification in Social Work, Psychology, Welfare/Community Services or related degree with at least 2 years of work experience.
The position reports to the Centre Coordinator at the Northern Women’s Health Centre, Wyong. The role is based at the Wyong Centre however, to support service accessibility, can also work at suitable safe locations in the Wyong Shire and when appropriate, working from home. This position is case management only and does not require any counselling or group work. No home visits.
Aboriginal women, women who have a disability, women of culturally & linguistically diverse backgrounds and women who identify as LGBTIQ are strongly encouraged to apply.
Relevant criminal record and working with children checks will be conducted on the recommended applicants.
Applicants will identify as a woman. To be female is a genuine requirement for this position under Section 31 of the Anti Discrimination Act 1977.
HOW TO APPLY
How to apply: All interested applicants must review the job description and submit a cover letter and your CV. Email nwhc at cccwhc.com.au to receive the full Job Description.
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