About the role
Working with a team of committed professionals you will be responsible for providing family violence case management to women, non-binary people, and accompanying children, who are experiencing family violence and its related impacts, including housing instability. You will provide a weekly outpost to the local housing access point and support the initial assessment housing team to recognise and respond to family violence, as well as providing specialist FV secondary consult to the Juno housing team.
- Office is based in Preston, Wurundjeri Country
- Weekly outpost at Haven, Home Safe, Launch, VincentCare (rotating)
- SCHADS Level 5 position (pay point dependent on experience and qualifications)
- Base Rate $93,858.96 EFT + Super + NFP Salary Packaging
To be successful in this role you will have the following:
- Demonstrated commitment to working in a framework that is feminist, intersectional, and trauma informed.
- Experience working with people experiencing family violence.
- 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.
- Have assessment and case planning skills, be flexible and open to new and creative ways of achieving outcomes.
- Be able to prioritise and manage competing tasks to support clients with co-existing needs to work toward their goals.
- 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, or commitment to gaining qualification with Juno’s support. For more information, please follow this link here.
- Enjoy working with a small team, have great relationship skills and enjoy communicating with a diverse range of people.
Ideally with previous experience in a similar role, your commitment to the Juno values will ensure your success in this role.
- Feminist, intersectional, and politicised trauma informed leadership
- Workplace committed to diversity and inclusion. We welcome the diverse perspectives of our staffing team, and how that benefits the participants we support
- Rostered work from home and flexible working arrangements available
- Optional monthly RDO for full-time workers
- Generous leave conditions including Study Leave; Family Violence Leave, Ceremonial and Cultural Leave, Menstrual/Menopause Leave, Gender-affirming Leave, and Parental Leave for eligible staff members
- 3 days additional leave between Christmas and New Year
- Staff wellbeing days
- Fortnightly supervision and bimonthly Reflective Practice
- Access to portable long-service leave
- Additional salary packaging available for meals and entertainment
- Access to the Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Work within a creative and collaborative team
- We are a small organisation but we strive to provide training and development opportunities for all our staff to continue working towards their career goals
Juno is committed to ensuring that our team is reflective of the diverse community we serve and to supporting a culture of equity, inclusion, and diversity. We strongly encourage applications from all ages, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, women and gender diverse people, culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, people with disability, and LGBTIQA+ communities. Juno accepts applications from people on temporary visas with full working rights.
Juno is committed to being a child safe, child friendly and child empowering organisation. Employment is subject to satisfactory referee checks, a current employment Working with Children Check and National Criminal History check (people with criminal records are not automatically excluded from this position). Due to outreach expectations of this role, a current Australian driver’s licence is also required.
Juno has an Equal Opportunity Exemption (H148/2021) and requests applications from women (trans and cisgender) and non-binary people only.
Please let us know if you require any adjustments throughout the recruitment process so we can make the process more accessible.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org, using the subject line: Specialist Family Violence Case Manager enquiry via EthicalJobs, or you can call 8692 2020 and ask to speak to recruitment lead Shannon if you have any questions.