About The Organisation:
The Centre for Non-Violence (CNV) is a leading and
innovative specialist Family Violence organisation with a vision of gender and
social equality for all.
Benefits of working at CNV:
- Above award wages on offer with the ability to salary
package (you can earn up to $15,900 tax free).
- Generous employee benefits including 5 weeks leave, cultural
leave and above award personal leave entitlements.
- Ongoing professional development and training opportunities.
- Excellent work/life balance, with a commitment to providing
a flexible, supportive, and diverse working environment.
- Strong commitment to health and wellbeing.
About the role:
A number of vacancies are available within our Program and
Services team in our Bendigo office, these opportunities are offered with
various contract lengths, on either a part-time or full-time basis, with 0.8 –
1.0 FTE (30.4 – 38 hours) negotiable for the right person.
Integrated Practice Workers work within multi-disciplinary
teams of practitioners at our CNV home office and the Orange Door.
The duties of role can include:
- Providing high quality, safe and effective responses to
women and children seeking support and safety, whilst keeping the perpetrator
- Engaging with perpetrators who have been referred to or who
contact the service due to concerns they have about the impact of their
behaviour, developing and planning interventions and working towards increasing
the safety for the family members.
- Conducting risk assessments, developing safety plans, and
coordinating with other services within the integrated family violence system.
- A minimum of Diploma level qualification in social work,
psychology, community services and/or a related human services field (for
further information regarding Victorian Government mandatory minimum
qualification requirements visit our website –
- At least two years’ experience in a family violence or
related role is desirable.
- Broad knowledge and understanding of family violence
including impacts on children and young people and young homeless women’s
issues in accordance with service philosophies.
- Experience in providing case work to individuals and/or
families experiencing complex needs and risk issues including a sound knowledge
of referral pathways.
- The ability to work with limited supervision and exercise
judgement and initiative in a fast paced and changing environment where
practices and processes may not be clearly defined.
To be considered for this role, applicants must address the
key selection criteria contained within the position description and follow the
application process, outlined on our website
Employment will be subject to a satisfactory WWC clearance
and satisfactory criminal record history check prior to commencement.
For more information about this role, please contact People
and Culture on 03 5430 3000.
Applications for this position will be assessed as received.
If we identify a suitable applicant prior to the posted closing date for this
role we may close this position sooner, so we encourage you to apply as soon as