About the role
Child Wellbeing Team Leader (Bacchus Marsh)
Men’s Family Violence Team Leader
The Team Leader roles will provide day to day coordination, supervision, practice oversight and support to a team of skilled staff within the Central Highlands Orange Door. They will provide oversight of the screening, assessment, triage and response to referrals. The role will require active and continued participation in collaborative practice activities between the cohort of specialist Team Leaders within the Orange Door in order 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.
About the organisation
About The Orange Door
The Victorian Government has committed to implementing all 227 recommendations of the Royal Commission into Family Violence and to delivering on the vision described in Roadmap for Reform: Strong families, Safe children. A key recommendation of the Royal Commission and the Roadmap for Reform was to establish a network of Support and Safety Hubs (The Orange Door). The Orange Door will deliver a fundamental change to the way we work with women, children and families, and men. The Orange Door will bring together different workforces and practices to create an integrated Orange Door team and a consolidated intake point in each of The Orange Door areas to create a new way of support.
The Orange Door Team will include a mix of staff employed by local private Community Service Organisations (CSO’s) for the Central Highlands region together with Family Safety Victoria and DHHS. These organisations include Cafs, Berry Street and Ballarat & District Aboriginal Cooperative (BADAC) working collaboratively to provide and deliver services for The Orange Door across the breadth of the Central Highlands region.
Cafs is proud to be an inclusive and equal opportunity organisation. We embrace it, value it, celebrate it and support it for the benefit of our employees, our volunteers, our service users and our community. We welcome applications from a range of people including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, People with disabilities, LGBTIQ+ people and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
How to apply for this role
A full position description and how to submit your application through the Cafs online portal is on our Careers webpage https://www.cafs.org.au/current-positions-available You will need to prepare a current resume and a cover letter to upload. The cover letter should specify which position you are applying for and a response to each of the following questions:
- How do your values align to Cafs Values?
- How would you work collaboratively with other partner agencies in this new setting?
- What will you bring to this role?
Please note applicants are not required to address the Key Selection Criteria in their application. Applications for this position close midnight Sunday 3 November 2019.
Please note all applicants must be eligible to work in Australia and will be subject to a satisfactory Police Check outcome and an employment Working with Children Check.
Please quote in application: Child Wellbeing Team Leader (Bacchus Marsh) via Pro Bono Australia.