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A 12-month contract vacancy exists at our Southern Domestic Violence Service for an experienced Case Manager to start as soon as possible. Working within a small and dedicated team, the key outcomes of this position is to:

  • Assist with alleviating the effects of domestic and family violence experienced by women and children through the provision of both crisis intervention and case management services and
  • The provision of case management and coordination of support services to at risk families.

The Domestic Violence Case Manager will contribute to the development of coordinated approaches to service delivery across key stakeholders groups and work well within the small and effective team.

Successful applicants will hold a Degree or Diploma in Social Work, Social Sciences, Community Services, Human Services, Health Sciences and /or experience commensurate with the position. You will also have:

  • Significant knowledge and experience in the provision of case management responses and casework interventions.
  • Sound knowledge and experience in crisis intervention.
  • Knowledge of the particular needs of women and children affected by domestic and/or family violence.
  • Demonstrated empathy and the ability to build relationships with a diverse range of marginalised and highly vulnerable people including ATSI and CALD.
  • Promote and implement quality service responses which are underpinned and informed by Women’s Safety Service SA values and delivery model

This position comes with an attractive package with the ability to salary sacrifice. Will also need to be available for rostered out of hours on call duties.

Interested applicants, please fully address the job and person specification, which is available in the position description provided in the link below and complete an employee declaration.  Applicants will be expected to supply a DHS child related employment screening check and a SAPOL national clearance with a minimum of 7 months before expiry.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE 9.00 AM Tuesday the 29th January 2019.

 

Domestic_Violence_Case_Manager_Jan_2019.pdf

Job Application Form

Declaration

Women’s Safety Services SA requires that all applicants complete a declaration before their application can be further processed. Failure to complete the whole document or failure to fully disclose all requested information may result in your application being rejected. If information disclosed by you in this form is found to be inaccurate, then your application may be rejected. If you obtain a position with WSSSA in part on the strength of this application and information is found to be inaccurate, then you may face disciplinary action up to and including termination of your position. This declaration will need to be sworn or affirmed before a Justice of the Peace, a Commissioner for taking Affidavits (a legal practitioner) or a Proclaimed Police Officer before being submitted as part of your application.

 

Download Statutory Declaration Form

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

Application Files and Additional Information

Please attach your cover letter, resume, your completed declaration and a document addressing the selection criteria. All declarations must be sworn or affirmed before a Justice of the Peace, a Commissioner for taking Affidavits (a legal practitioner) or a Proclaimed Police Officer before submitting. Maximum file size 2MB. Allowed formats DOC, DOCX, PDF, JPG, PNG.

You cannot complete your application if any of these documents are missing.

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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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