- Due to increased demand our training team continues to grow and there is an opportunity for a passionate FV trainer to join the team
- Do you want to play a key role in supporting DVRCV to build the skills of professionals working with victim/survivors of violence?
- Are you an experienced family violence worker who is a good communicator and passionate about ending violence against women?
- This is a great opportunity to join a growing, supportive and dynamic team dedicated to preventing family violence and promoting respectful relationships
- Full-time, 12 month contract with access to generous salary packaging and professional development opportunities
Previous Applicants need not apply.
Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria (DVRCV)’s vision is to create a world in which gender equality ensures women and their children are thriving, respected and free from violence.
We are a statewide organisation working across prevention and response providing:
- Training courses, forums, events and workshops
- Resources for professionals, victims, friends and family
- Family violence websites and online resources
- Advocacy and policy advice
- Information and referrals
DVRCV has launched its new 5 year strategy in 2019 which sets out an ambitious leadership role in building the capability of professionals, organisations and systems in the prevention of and response to violence against women.
DVRCV is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and provides training for domestic/family violence units of competency from the Community Services Training package as well as non-accredited training to meet workforce development needs from prevention to response.
DVRCV trainers have family violence practice expertise and have worked in the specialist or mainstream service system supporting women and/or children who have experienced family violence.
Family Violence Trainers are supported by DVRCV to develop accredited training skills as part of their employment with DVRCV.
Trainers are responsible for the design and development of new, innovative training as well as the high quality delivery and evaluation of all DVRCV’s training packages as part of the Workforce Development Team.
To be successful in this role you will have:
- Tertiary qualification or significant experience in social work, community development, human services or welfare
- Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (desired) or ability to undertake Certificate IV in Training and Assessment within first 6 months of employment
- Expertise in working directly with victim/survivors of family violence or sexual assault (mandatory)
- Experience in undertaking risk assessment with victim/survivors of family violence (mandatory)
- Knowledge and understanding of feminist frameworks (mandatory)
- Family violence case management expertise and/or crisis response experience (desired)
- Expertise in the development, delivery and evaluation of training for adult learners (desired)
- Knowledge of AQTF requirements through experience in or with a Registered Training Organisation (desired)
- Project management expertise
- Sound computer literacy and proficiency in use of Microsoft Office
- Effective time management and organisational skills
- High level written and verbal communication skills
A full position description is available below.