- Job posted on: 16th May 2021
- Applications close:
The Orange Door works to keep perpetrators accountable by supporting them to take personal responsibility and to choose to end their violent behaviours and attitudes. It also has an important role in understanding and monitoring perpetrator risk to inform safety planning for victims and families. The core components of The Orange Door service model are: screening, intake, triage, assessment, and planning. The Orange Door recognises that while not all perpetrators of family violence are men, the majority of family violence is gendered and perpetrated by men against women.
With the aim of ensuring the safety of victim survivors and accountability of perpetrators or men who use violence, a Perpetrator Services Practitioner is responsible for undertaking screening, intake, triage, assessment, and planning as part of The Orange Door team. The position requires active and continued participation in collaborative professional practice at the Orange Door and other partner agencies. This is intended to ensure effective and meaningful development of a seamless service system that meets the needs of the families and individuals supported by the Orange Door in the Ovens Murray region. Whilst this new position will be based at The Orange Door, it will remain connected and integrated with Gateway Health in general, and specifically the Counselling and Support program.
The Orange Door Network in Ovens Murray is now recruiting. At this online Employment Forum you will hear from The Orange Door network (Centre Against Violence, Gateway Health, Mungabareena Aboriginal Corporation, Upper Murray Family Care and VACCA) about the range of roles for people who want to make a difference in a career that's meaningful, challenging and rewarding.
To book your tickets to the Employment Forum, please click here.
For the full details of the position and a copy of the job description, click Apply Now.
Contact person for enquiries is Joseph Lumanog on 0418 821 850.
APPLICATIONS MUST INCLUDE: