About the role
We are seeking a family violence specialist to provide specialist family violence case management, activities, and secondary consultation advice to homelessness services in Melbourne’s North.
This practice role is an ongoing 0.9-1.0 EFT SCHADS Level 5 position (pay point dependent on experience and qualifications). In this role, you will:
- Partner with women and gender diverse people, and their children, to support their safety, increase their independence and enable them to thrive
- Provide a range of person-centred brief intervention and longer-term case management activities
- Collaborate and provide specialist family violence secondary consultation and co-case management
- Deliver training and capacity building to Homelessness services
- Support the rollout of new Family Violence Case Management guidelines
**Juno now provides our case management team the option of flexible work from home one day per week**
To be successful in this role you will have the following:
- Commitment to working in a framework that is feminist, intersectional, and trauma informed
- Experience with the family violence service system
- Understanding of the impact of trauma and recovery orientated approaches to support and intervention
- Well-developed communication and advocacy skills, including the capacity to advise and consult effectively with victim-survivors, service providers and other professionals
- Demonstrated practice in working collaboratively
- A minimum Bachelor level qualification in Social Work, recent employment in the family violence sector or equivalency met through the 7 Equivalency Principles in line with Recommendation 209’s minimum mandatory qualification requirements. For more information, please follow this link here.
Benefits of working at Juno
- Feminist, intersectional, and politicised trauma informed leadership
- Work from home one day per week
- Workplace committed to diversity and inclusion
- Work within a creative and collaborative team
- Fortnightly supervision and bimonthly Reflective Practice
- Generous leave conditions including Study Leave; Family Violence Leave, Grace in favour days between Christmas and New Year, Ceremonial and cultural Leave and Parental Leave for eligible staff members
- Great opportunities for workforce development and training
- Staff wellbeing days
- Additional salary packaging available for meals and entertainment
- Access to the Employee Assistance Program (EAP).
Juno strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, women and gender diverse people of all abilities, from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and LGBTIQA+ communities.
Employment is subject to satisfactory referee checks, current employment working with Children Check and National Criminal History check.