Join a Team committed to Supporting and Protecting the Rights of Women and Children to Live a Life Free from Violence
Women’s Safety Services SA is a not for profit organisation that supports women and children who are experiencing or escaping from domestic and family violence. Our programs include 1800 Respect, Domestic Violence Crisis Line, and Regional Domestic Violence Services. We believe domestic violence is everybody’s business and that all layers of society should continue to strive for its elimination. We promote and share feminist understandings of domestic and family violence, and are committed to assisting women to feel safe and supported, and to achieve their goals.
Everything we do is aimed to protect the safety of women and children in our community.
Women’s Safety Services SA provides many South Australians with a rewarding career, and a chance to do meaningful work in a community based organisation. We seek staff who are experienced and qualified in women’s services, particularly candidates with experience in the domestic violence sector to fill a variety of roles including:
- Accomodation Services Domestic Violence Case Managers
- Specialist Trauma Counsellors
- Domestic & Family Violence Counsellors
- Service Delivery Leads & Program Managers
- Human Resources, WHS & Administration
WSSSA offers ongoing professional development of its staff, flexible work arrangements, and opportunities for career progression.
Our recruitment and selection strategies are underpinned by flexible work practices, and a commitment to diversity and inclusion.
The staff of Women’s Safety Services not only achieve a strong sense of purpose through their work, but also enjoy a range of benefits including:
- Salary Packaging Options - salary sacrifice up to $15,900 per year
- Flexible Working Practices – to help you achieve work life balance
- Wellness – Bring your pet to work, on site massages, wellness days
- Ongoing Professional Development & study leave
- Onsite parking
- Southern Suburbs
- Part time, 0.8FTE (30 hours week)
- Supportive Team Environment
Aboriginal Family Violence Case Manager will contribute to alleviating the effects of domestic and family violence through the provision of specialised case management and crisis support to First Nation’s women and children affected by domestic violence, and the development of service responses that build family and community resilience specific to domestic and family violence within the First Nations context.
Application Closing Date: 5 February 2021
- Western Suburbs
- Permanent Full time
- Essential Service
The Children & Youth Domestic Violence Case Manager will contribute to alleviating the effects of domestic and family violence, through the delivery of crisis intervention, case management and group work programs and activities to children and young people, and their mothers and carers experiencing domestic and family violence.
Application Closing Date: 29 January 2021
Please provide current and accurate contact details. This information will not be shared with anyone and will only be available to the organisation members who are involved in the recruitment process.
Criminal History Declaration
Please provide accurate and truthful information about previous criminal offences or records.
Please attach your Resume and Cover letter, which should briefly address the selection criteria within the Position Description.