Statewide Coordinator – Specialist Family Violence Advisor No to Violence


Exciting opportunity to join an organisation truly making a difference in the community

  • Leading organisation in ending family violence
  • Additional leave and salary packaging
  • 2 Year Fixed term full-time with flexibility

About us

No to Violence is Australia’s largest peak body for services and individuals that work with men who use family violence. No to Violence operates the national Men’s Referral Service, the national Brief Intervention Services and the Victorian based Perpetrator Accommodation Support Service, free, confidential counselling, referral and support services.

We have strong values of Change, Leadership, Gender Equity and Accountability.

About the role

The Statewide Coordinator provides coordination for the Specialist Family Violence Advisor (SFVA) Capacity Building Program in Mental Health and Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Services. The role also supports the Specialist Family Violence Advisors (SFVAs) with advice and coaching, engaging with key stakeholders to share program learnings, including identified gaps and barriers, and collaboratively developing solutions and resources to support family violence mental health and AOD reform work.

Further responsibilities also include:

  • Facilitating a 6 weekly Community of Practice, creating opportunities for novice and SFVAs to collaborate through special interest groups and induction programs
  • Review the MARAM adult perpetrator-focused practice guides as a group in the Community of Practice (CoP)
  • Raise themes, issues and risks identified in the CoP with government and peak bodies
  • Seeking opportunities to connect and collaborate across NTV and to maintain strong relationships with government and peak bodies

To be successful in the role, you will have:

  • Qualifications in social work, psychology, or other relevant discipline
  • Strong knowledge of the AOD, mental health, and family violence sectors
  • Comprehensive understanding of the dynamics and impacts of family violence and intervention and/or prevention initiatives
  • Experience in providing clinical and peer supervision to practitioners working in the specialist family violence sector
  • Experience in providing secondary consultations in the scope of mental health, AOD and family violence

This role is fixed term until the 30th of June 2024.

Further details relating to the key requirements and responsibilities of this role can be found in the position description on our website –

What We Offer

We provide a positive work culture and a diverse and inclusive environment. Our people matter to us, and we are committed to supporting them and their wellbeing. We also play an active role in the professional development of our staff.

Some other benefits we offer include:

  • Salary Packaging – tax free salary benefits of up to $15,900 per year plus up to $2,650 per year for entertainment benefits
  • Additional leave including bonus leave, career break and paid parental leave
  • Purchased leave options available
  • Generous paid study leave
  • Portable Long Service Leave
  • EAP for employees and family

How to apply

To apply please submit an up-to-date resume and cover letter outlining your relevant experience aligned to the Key Role Responsibilities and Mandatory Requirements. Applications will be reviewed as received until the position is filled.

Shortlisted applicants will be required to respond to additional key selection criteria as outlined in the Position Description.

Any questions please contact [email protected]

NTV values diversity and encourages applications from candidates of all backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people of colour. We value people of all abilities and diversity of culture, faith, gender identity and sexual orientation. We welcome unique contributions and perspectives of all people to ensure our workforce is representative of the communities we work with and live in.



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