About the Orange Door
The Orange Door in Geelong provides a new way of supporting women, children and young people experiencing or at risk of family violence and has changed the way services work with women, children, young people, families and perpetrators of violence. The Orange Door team members are an integrated, collaborative team from The Sexual Assault & Family Violence Centre, Bethany Community Support, Colac Area Health and Wathaurong Aboriginal Cooperative.
About The Sexual Assault & Family Violence Centre
As an employee of The Sexual Assault & Family Violence Centre, you will join a leading organisation offering a comprehensive suite of services to clients and the community across the Geelong, West Melbourne and Wimmera Regions. Providing specialist sexual assault and family violence programs and services, including case management, therapeutic counselling, early intervention and professional education and training, we continue to grow and develop our offerings.
We pride ourselves on being a great place to work. You care for our clients and we care for you, including by investing in your development and wellbeing. You will have access to leading specialists and training and development that supports you in your role and in your longer term career journey. We offer a variety of career pathway options, leading salary packaging benefits and flexible working arrangements that help you manage your work and your life.
About the Role
The Family Violence Enhanced Response – Support Liaison will be responsible for driving enhanced practice responses across the Hub and providing practice leadership and expert advice to the Hub workforce on complex cases. The role will build the capability of the Hub workforce to deliver contemporary practice and services responding to family violence, child and family vulnerability and functioning, and perpetrator interventions, in line with the Hubs Service Model. They will also provide direct client support as appropriate. This position is part time (0.9 FTE) fixed term for 12 months.
You will be a values driven person, motivated to make a difference and you hold the client at the centre of everything you do. You thrive working both autonomously and collaboratively within a dynamic, team environment. A highly qualified and experienced family violence specialist, you will have qualifications in psychology, social work or a related field and have proven experience in practice leadership and building capability.
Why work for The Sexual Assault & Family Violence Centre?
The Sexual Assault & Family Violence Centre takes pride in being an employer of choice; we are passionate about the wellbeing of our team members and we celebrate diversity and inclusion in all we do. We have a high level of employee engagement and satisfaction and provide a number of complementary benefits to our staff, some of our benefits include:
- Generous above award Enterprise Agreement entitlements
- Flexible and part time working arrangements
- Professional development opportunities
- 10 weeks Paid parental leave
- Salary packaging
- Health and Wellbeing initiatives
- Flu vaccinations
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Social initiatives
- Positive workplace culture
The SAFV Centre acknowledges and respects the traditional Aboriginal custodians of the land.
How To Apply
Applications close 5:00pm Sunday 7 August 2022
To apply, please send your resume and response to the key selection criteria to sent to [email protected]. All applications must address the key selection criteria outlined in the PD.
For a confidential discussion, please contact Chantale White on 0487 546 939.
The successful candidate will be required to maintain a current Working With Children’s check and National Police Check.
The SAFV Centre is a registered Child Safe Organisation; committed to safeguarding children and young people.
The SAFV Centre complies with the Chief Health Officer directions that employees and students to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, unless they are an Excepted Person as defined by the COVID-19 Mandatory Vaccination (Workers) Directions. All applicants and students must therefore be able to comply with this requirement.