- Melbourne > Ringwood
- Job posted on: 4th Jan 2022
- Applications close:
Eastern Domestic Violence Service (EDVOS) is a leading specialist family violence service in Victoria. Our work is focused across seven Local Government Areas including Boroondara, Manningham, Whitehorse, Monash, Knox, Maroondah and Yarra Ranges. Some of our training, education and primary prevention programs are national.
EDVOS predominantly works with women and children as it is recognised that being female is the biggest risk factor for experiencing family violence. EDVOS acknowledges that family violence can take many forms such as intimate partner violence, child abuse, elder abuse, carer abuse, parental abuse and sibling abuse. Our specialist family violence response services are largely directed towards women, including women from the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex (LGBTI) communities, children, pets and other animals, who are responding to any form of family violence.
EDVOS is committed to assisting all people, regardless of ethnicity, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, age and ability within our community and can also provide access to other family violence services that are most suitable to the individual’s unique needs and goals.
The Project Lead is responsible for managing the delivery of the Targeted Case Management Vaccination Program.
The role will be required to work closely with the Services Leadership Team and case management team to equip Special Family Violence Advocates to be able to support clients and achieve the program objectives to:
Please review the Position Description for a full list of position accountabilities and key selection criteria which can be accessed below or at our website at www.edvos.org.au/get-involved.
Salary for this position will be aligned with SCHADS Level 6 + legislated super.
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For further information regarding this position, please contact Janene Evans, General Manager Services and Impact on (03) 9259 4200.
Applications should include a cover letter, CV and a separate document addressing the key selection criteria (as outlined in the PD).
EDVOS predominantly employs women, including women from the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex (LGBTI) communities, as per the findings of Equal Opportunity exemption H327/2017 and by special measure. This is due to the specialist nature of the work and the services that EDVOS provides to women and children who are responding to family violence in the community.
EDVOS actively promotes a safe and inclusive workplace where workers are free from discrimination and are afforded dignity and respect. We encourage applications from women of all abilities, as well as from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, women from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and those who identify as LGBTI.
EDVOS is a child-focused and child safe organisation and is committed to promoting and protecting the safety and interests of children (including the cultural safety of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children; children with a disability and children who identify as LGBTI)
All appointments with EDVOS are subject to a police records check, working with children check and reference checks.