- Job posted on: 16th Apr 2021
- Applications close:
CatholicCare Tasmania has a long term commitment to respond to Family Violence in Tasmania and we are looking for an equally committed person to join our Safe Choices Team in Tasmania in the position of Program Manager.
The Safe Choices service provides practical support, advice and referral services to people who are in violent relationships, including those who wish to leave their relationships. It forms part of the continuum of support services available to the Tasmanian community through Tasmania’s Family Violence Action Plan: Safe Homes, Safe Families initiatives.
The Safe Choices Program Manager will support and enable a passionate and highly dedicated state-wide team in the delivery of Safe Choices services across Tasmania. The role will work with Government and the Non-Government Sector as part of the continuum responding to Tasmanians affected by Family Violence.
With guidance from the Position Description and Selection Criteria, please let us know why you are the right person to fill this role (maximum two pages + optional cover letter). Please refer to https://catholiccaretas.org.au/get-involved for application details.
For a confidential discussion about the position please contact Andrea on (03) 6278 1660.
The Archdiocese of Hobart and CatholicCare Tasmania is committed to safeguarding the interests of children and young persons. We are committed to protecting children and young people from harm and require all applicants to undergo an extensive screening process prior to appointment.
The Archdiocese of Hobart is an equal employment opportunity employer, and promotes and supports a family friendly workplace. The successful applicant must be eligible to work in Australia and will need to evidence their registration to Work with Vulnerable People and Police Check as part of the recruitment process.
The Archdiocese of Hobart respects your privacy. Please access our privacy collection notice from CatholicCare Tasmania’s website (https://tinyurl.com/y4dl9khh).
This advertisement is in accordance with Order 19/05/077 granted by the Anti-Discrimination Commissioner, Tasmania.