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The Aboriginal Family Violence Case Manager will contribute to alleviating the effects of domestic and family violence experienced by Aboriginal and Torrens Strait Islander (ATSI) women and their children through the provision of both crisis intervention and case management support services. This position is full-time for 3 months with the possibility of extension.

Key Functions of the Position include:

  • Provision of crisis intervention to ATSI women and children
  • Case Management
  • Advocacy
  • Domestic Violence Counselling
  • Safety Planning
  • Develop and maintain partnerships that promote and enhance quality outcomes for ATSI women and children.

Desired/Essential Qualifications:

A Degree or Diploma in Social Work, Social Sciences, Community Services, Human Services, Health Sciences and/or experience commensurate with the position.

Applicants must have a current DCSI Child-Related screening to commence employment, with an issue date of no earlier than July 2015.

A current drivers licence 

Applicant Must:

  • Address the Job and Person Specification
  • Provide a current CV with two current referees
  • Complete the Application Declaration Form via this website.

Applicants who do not provide the above information will not be considered for an interview. 

Applications must be received by 9 am Monday 22 January 2018.

For further information, contact Rachel Abdulla: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or 08 8297 9644. 

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants encouraged to apply. 

This program is funded under the National Affordable Housing Agreement.


Download Job and Person Specification Below:

Aboriginal Family Violence Case Manager

 

Application Form

Personal Details

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Declaration

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This means a conviction, finding of guilt, on-the-spot fine for, or court order relating to:

  • an apprehended violence or protection order
  • one or more traffic offences involving speeding more than 30 kilometres over the speed limit, injury to a person or damage to property;
  • a crime or offence involving the consumption, dealing in, possession or handling of alcohol, a prohibited drug, narcotic or other prohibited substance;
  • a crime or offence involving violence against or the injury, but excluding the death of, a person; or
  • a minor crime or offence involving dishonesty,

This means a sex-related offence or a crime, including sexual assault, Child pornography or an indecent act involving a child

Application Files & Additional Information

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Important Note

Please note that the Women’s Safety Services SA contact email is only supervised between 9AM-5PM, Monday to Friday, and you will not receive a response outside these times.

If you are in urgent need of assistance or are concerned for your safety, please call 000 or call our Domestic Violence Crisis Line on 1800 800 098 or 1800 RESPECT (1800 737 732)

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