At Challenge DV, our vision is to create a world without domestic and family violence.
We have been partnering with Australian businesses since 2001 to educate, advocate and empower people to end domestic and family violence. We do this through market-leading workplace programs, impactful strategic partnerships and powerful events and advocacy that unite a community no longer able to accept abuse or violence of any form.
Our workplace programs empower businesses to be part of the solution by educating managers and staff to recognise the signs of domestic and family violence and respond appropriately. Our programs are tailored to meet our customers’ unique needs and are offered flexibly, with face-to-face, virtual or eLearning training solutions as required.
Through our strategic partnerships, we connect people and workplaces across government, businesses, charities, frontline services and the community to create change and raise awareness for domestic and family violence prevention. We raise funds through events, such as the Darkness to Daylight challenge, and activities that we reinvest into research and prevention programs that make an impact to workplaces and communities across Australia.
We are growing rapidly and looking to continue building a dynamic and diverse team of smart and passionate people driven by our purpose: to end domestic and family violence. If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you.
Brief overview of the role
Challenge DV has an increasing number of new training opportunities that require us to increase in our capacity across Australia.
The role is primarily an external contract facilitator. Successful applicants will be delivering an already designed set of face-to-face and virtual training programs. Facilitators will be expected to deliver training to workplaces across government, communities, and businesses in Sydney or Brisbane (dependent upon where the facilitator is based) and in regional locations.
Any travel outside of the Sydney or Brisbane region will be renumerated. More detailed information will be provided to successful applicants.
Key selection criteria
- Facilitators must have a Bachelor-level degree in Social Work, Counselling, Education, or Psychology, and / or equivalent expertise in the field.
- Applicants must be able to demonstrate credibility and experience in the field of domestic and family violence or a related field.
- Have highly developed training and facilitation skills and experience, including an understanding of adult learning principles and facilitation styles/strategies to achieve desired outcomes.
- Passion for creating change in workplaces.
- The ability to work autonomously and as part of a team.
- Highly developed communication skills and ability to facilitate using a trauma-informed approach.
- Ability to hold an agenda lightly and willingness to work respectfully with government and businesses who are starting out on their domestic and family violence training journey.
- Cert IV in Training and Assessment or demonstrated equivalent training and facilitation experience.
Note: Part of the recruitment process will include a Criminal History check.
How to apply
Provide the following to Keith Tracey-Patte, Chief Operating Officer, [email protected]:
- Cover letter in which your response addresses the key selection criteria (max 3 pages)
- Resume detailing experience and qualifications (max 5 pages)
- Two or more referees
Challenge DV is committed to nurturing a diverse and inclusive culture of opportunity. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, workers for all ages, people with disabilities and individuals who identify as LGBTIQA.