About the role
- Provide direct case management and reduce barriers to behavioural change for Aboriginal men and families
- Promote family safety and help strengthen individuals’ and communities’ capacity and resilience
- Enjoy a competitive salary circa $75,000 – $80,000 plus super and salary packaging!
About the Opportunity
Boorndawan Willam Aboriginal Healing Service (BWAHS) has multiple opportunities for Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander Identified Men’s Case Managers to join their team on a full-time basis.
Located in Lilydale, Melbourne, you will have the opportunity to promote family strengthening, safety, and healing with a culturally safe and holistic approach.
Note: Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander candidates need only apply – Equal Opportunity Act (H143/2018)
The successful applicant will provide case management and case coordination to male users of violence that promotes accountability and responsibility, implementing collaborative and creative strategies towards behavioural change whilst keeping the Safety of Victim survivors including Children and the centre of the work.
- Provide case management and effective case coordination
- Undertake Family Violence Risk Assessments’
- Provide ongoing analysis of safety, risk, and wellbeing
- Make appropriate referrals and connections
- Keep and maintain client records in line with quality assurance requirements
- Engage with partnered organisations, services, and stakeholders to ensure multi-disciplinary interventions are available
- Abide by all privacy and confidentiality policies and laws as described by BWAHS
To be considered for this role, you will have strong knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families, communities, and culture. You will also have a developed understanding of the issues underpinning the impacts of intergenerational trauma and family violence.
- Current Victorian Driver’s License
- Current Working with Children’s Check
- National Police Check
- Tertiary qualification or willingness to obtain one in a field relevant to the position
- Experience working in the family violence sector or related areas would be beneficial but not essential
- First Aid Qualification
This is a critical community service and requires understanding, passionate and dedicated individuals to lead the change and promote the Healing journey to Aboriginal and Torres Strait islanders impacted by Family violence and intergenerational trauma.
Benefits of working with BWAHS
This is a highly rewarding opportunity to work with passionate and dedicated teams to make a genuine difference for our families and communities impacted by family violence and intergenerational trauma.
Enjoy a competitive salary of $75k+ with super and salary packaging, and a range of additional benefits, including:
- fantastic Job security and ongoing capacity and professional development opportunities
- Flexible working arrangements
- A supportive and inclusive environment
- Regular internal and external supervision offered to staff
This is a rare opportunity to work with individuals and families to help reduce family violence in the community – Apply Now!
About the organisation
Boorndawan Willam Aboriginal Healing Service (BWAHS) is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation leading the development and delivery of specialised family violence and healing services in the Eastern Metropolitan Area of Melbourne. Our Services Include:
- Men’s Case Management (Family Violence)
- Women & Children’s Intensive Case Management (Family Violence)
- Individual Child & Family Services
- AOD Services
- Family Violence Counselling
- Children & Youth Therapeutic Counselling
- Wholistic and individualised culturally-based healing programs
Our Services encompasses men, women, children, families, and extended families. BWAHS recognises family violence as defined by The Victorian Indigenous Family Violence Task Force (2003).
How to apply
To view more details and to apply:
Please quote in application: Men's Case Manager (Identified) via Pro Bono Australia.