About the role
The Aboriginal Family Violence Case Manger will work closely with the Senior Case Manager to address the health, wellbeing and safety needs of residents staying in the centre. The Case Manager will support the team to deliver high quality, culturally safe and effective responses using an Aboriginal Family Violence Integrated response. The Case Manager will assist with screening, assessment, triage and short-term support to residents and ensure the delivery of wrap around services.
A tertiary qualification in social work, welfare, youth, community development or related field, a degree qualification is preferred. However, applicants with significant experience in a similar role and/or studying are strongly encouraged to apply. The role is full-time ongoing, and there will be a rotational roster including overnights and weekends.
This is a designated female (gender specific) role and has been assessed as satisfying a special measure as per the Equal Opportunity Act 2010 (Vic).
About the organisation
Rumbalara Aboriginal Co-operative (RAC) is a community-controlled organisation that offers a range of health and community services to the Greater Shepparton community. The organisation employs approximately 200 people and has a budget of nearly $20 million. Rumbalara Aboriginal Cooperative’s Women & Children’s Crisis Accommodation Centre is based on a core and cluster model which is a set of individual residential units together with an office space and communal activities area. The Centre works within a strength-based person-centred practice that supports women and children escaping domestic and family violence to achieve their own goals.
How to apply
Applications not allowed for this job listing.
Please quote in application: Aboriginal Family Violence Case Manager via Pro Bono Australia.