Jobs at Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency
We found 10 Jobs at Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency
House Manager - Residential Care
You will be responsible for engaging with the children and young people to develop a nurturing, positive relationship and to assist each child to deal with their trauma-based responses to life.
Team Leader - Family Violence
The Team Leader position will provide leadership, direction, and support to family violence therapeutic staff within VACCA's therapeutic family violence program.
Family Violence Case Worker - Morwell
Join the team at VACCA and be part of the sanctuary and healing at Orana Gunyah (meaning Welcome, Place of Shelter).
Aboriginal Ice & AOD Care Recovery Worker
A key facet of this Pilot is to work collaboratively with a mainstream AOD Clinician, with an Aboriginal Care Recovery worker, in order to get the best treatment outcomes for Aboriginal people.
Family Violence Therapeutic Counsellor
This position has been created to provide 1:1 trauma-informed assessment and counselling to Aboriginal women, children and their families who are impacted and/or have experienced family violence.
This role must demonstrate a highly developed understanding of the issues that impact on Aboriginal people and to work from a cultural perspective.
Case Worker / Senior Case Workers
The Caseworker/Senior Caseworkers will be required to provide holistic, culturally safe, trauma-informed and strengths-based casework support for Aboriginal families with complex needs.
Redress Support Service Worker - Male
Our Aboriginality is what distinguishes us from mainstream services and what enables us to deliver the positive outcomes we achieve for our people.
Program Manager - Nugel
This is a key leadership role in working with Aboriginal children and families, Government and sector partners to reduce the over-representation of Aboriginal children involved with Child Protection.
Case Managers - Nugel
You will play a key role in working with Aboriginal children & families, Government & sector partners to reduce the over representation of Aboriginal children involved with child protection services.