The Darwin Aboriginal and Islander Women’s Shelter (DAIWS) is a NGO dedicated to the support of Aboriginal women and their children at risk of homelessness as a result of domestic, family and sexual violence. DAIWS operates a women’s shelter for crisis accommodation, transitional units for longer term accommodation and support, and outreach and counselling services for current and former clients.
DAIWS operates from an evidence-base using traditional Aboriginal healing and Western cognitive behavioural therapy approaches.
The Remote Support Worker position provides case management support to the Social Worker/Counsellor to assist women and children at risk or experiencing domestic, family and sexual violence. This role travels to identified remote NT communities providing in-community support and case management, as well as supporting remote safe house staff and following up with previous clients to assist their transition back to community.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women are highly encouraged to apply for this roles and others like it.
How do I apply?
To be shortlisted for this position, you must address the selection criteria listed in the position description for this role, as well as provide an up to date resume with the names and details of 3 referees, with one being a recent manager. To obtain the position description please email the Outreach Team Leader at [email protected] any time. We would welcome your application.
When do applications close?
Applications close Monday 23rd September 2023