- Job posted on: 21st May 2021
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Nexus Primary Health supports people to fully participate within their community through the provision of appropriate wide-ranging support services throughout their life span. With a 40 year history, we are the go-to organisation for primary health information and person-centred services in the outer and rural north of Melbourne.
We are currently recruiting for multiple FV Practitioners - Perpetrator Services to work in a newly established Orange Door hub in Shepparton.
Relocation assistance negotiable for the right candidate - make the move to regional Vic now and skip the city traffic!
The Orange Door is a new way of working, providing family violence and child wellbeing support for adults, children and young people.
The Family Violence Practitioners - Perpetrator Services will provide screening, assessment, triage and short-term response to all incoming referrals for men who use violence, keeping perpetrators in view and accountable for their actions and behaviour.
Here is an opportunity to channel your positive approach and strength to members of the community who are working through some of their biggest challenges. And best of all, you'll be making a difference, every single day, to families going through some of their most difficult times.
Draw upon your tertiary qualifications and experience in Social Work, Welfare studies, Psychology, Counselling, Family Therapy or similar (essential).
Postgraduate qualifications in Social Science - Family Violence stream or similar training in working with Family Violence (preferred).
Demonstrated experience in men's family violence practice within complex service delivery contexts.
We provide a supportive, friendly workplace with staff who are committed and passionate about the Nexus Values. We offer professional development opportunities, family-friendly and flexible hours, generous salary packaging, a 19-day, 4-week work cycle, a friendly team environment, and competitive salaries.
Enquiries can be made to Kathryn or Samantha on 1300 773 352.
Successful candidates are required to have a current Police Check, a Working with Children's check and an NDIS Worker Screening clearance.
We will be progressively reviewing and shortlisting applications so don't wait to apply!
To apply for this job click Apply Now & enter ref code: 5498600.
Nexus is committed to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable people. All successful applicants will undergo rigorous compliance screening prior to their appointment.