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For over 140 years, Berry Street has adapted to a changing world, and we will continue to adapt to achieve our purpose. We believe children, young people and families should be safe, thriving and hopeful. Our Vision for 2022: Together we will courageously change lives and reimagine service systems. We look forward to working with children, young people, families, carers, staff and partners to achieve this vision. Together.
Berry Street's Northern Specialist Family Violence Service provides a Specialist Family Violence team within The Orange Door (North East Region) as an initiative resulting per Recommendations 37 and 38 of the Royal Commission into Family Violence.
The fundamental function of The Orange Door (also known as the Support and Safety Hub) is to:
We have several opportunities for Specialist Family Violence Hub Practitioners either in a permanent, full time or part time (minimum 4 days per week) capacity. Currently this position is a mix of in the office and working from home due to the COVID-19 situation while we slowly reintegrate back into the office and perform face to face work as Victorian restrictions are lifted.
The Specialist Family Violence Hub Practitioner plays a critical role in family violence risk assessment, safety planning and engagement of victim survivors and their children into any supports they need. The referrals are a combination of police referred, victim survivors calling our service directly, or referrals from other services. The service can be provided by contacting victim survivors by phone, face to face at the Hub, or conducting outreach appointments.
You will hold a Bachelor's qualification in Social Work, Psychology, Welfare or related discipline and have an understanding of the gendered nature of family violence and its impact on victim survivors and their children. You will have experience in working with victim survivors and their children from diverse backgrounds who have experienced family violence and the ability and experience to undertake comprehensive risk assessments (TRAM).
Applications including resume and cover letter addressing the key selection criteria for the position to be submitted as soon as possible as applications will be assessed as they are received.
Queries to Michael Gliddon, Lead Talent Acquisition Partner on (03) 9421 7540.
Please Note; the successful applicant will be subject to comprehensive reference and background checking prior to employment, including a Working with Children Check and National Police Check.
Berry Street is committed to being a child safe, child friendly and child empowering organisation. In everything we do we seek to protect children. We are committed to the cultural safety of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children; children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds; children with a disability; children who identify with a sexual and or gender minority identity. We aim to ensure every individual is treated with dignity and respect regardless of their cultural background, ability, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, spirituality or religion.
Aboriginal people; people from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds and people with a disability are encouraged to apply.