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Domestic Violence Case Manager

Beaumont Consulting

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Domestic Violence Case Manager Health & Social Care Domestic Violence Case Manager Job Type: Permanent Location: Sydney - South West & M5 Corridor Classification: Health & Social Care Sub Classification: Social Work Reference #: 3330121 Contact Name: Kaitlin Allen Contact Email: [email protected] Job Description Case Manager (Womens Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Service) Beaumont People have partnered with a small NFP Legal Centre who provide innovative, therapeutic and diverse support services aimed towards helping access to justice in our communities. We are thrilled to be assisting them with the search for a passionate and experienced Case Manager to join a Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Service. * Full-time, contract position until June 30 2022, with possibility of extension. * Located across Bankstown and Smithfield * Family friendly. Flexible environment. 5 weeks leave * SCHADS Award 5, + NFP salary packaging * Join a team committed to eliminating violence against women and their children. As Case Manager you will work to provide Case Management support to women impacted by domestic and family violence to support them in achieving their goals, improving relationships and functioning whilst ensuring safety. You will share your time across the Staying Home Leaving Violence Service (SHLV) and the Bankstown Domestic Violence Service (BDVS), working as part of a highly experienced team, committed to improving the lives of women and children impacted by domestic and family violence. About yourself: * Tertiary qualifications or equivalent experience in disciplines relevant * Demonstrated understanding of domestic and family violence, its complexities and consequences, particularly as they affect people with disabilities, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from multicultural backgrounds and members of the LGBTIQ community * Demonstrated experience in case management and working from a trauma informed framework. * Be able to work as part of a strong and confident team, building networks and partnerships * Have excellent written and verbal communication * Hold a current drivers license and be open to undertaking pre employment checks including WWCC and national police check Would be very desirable if: * Fluency in a community language other than English * Have knowledge of South West Sydney area and its community services network This position is open to female applicants only. The organisation considers being a woman to be a genuine occupational qualification for this position under section 31 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW). If you are looking for a role where you can make a real difference to women and community and their children impacted by Domestic and Family Violence, then this would be a great role for you! Apply today, by submitting your resume. For more information, please get in Kaitlin at [email protected] This role is advertised without a closing date, all applications will be reviewed as they are received so please send your application through A.S.A.P.

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Date posted
25 Sep 2021
Category
Social Work & Community Services
Occupation
Child Welfare & Family Services
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Private Business

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