The Centre for Non-Violence (CNV) is a leading and innovative specialist Family Violence organisation based in the Loddon area, with a vision of gender and social equality for all. CNV is an inclusive child safe organisation, committed to achieving diversity in our service response and workforce.
Working with CNV you will have access to a range of great benefits, including:
- Attractive salary packaging, can earn up to $15,860 tax free
- Above award wages and generous EBA conditions
- Excellent work/life balance, with a commitment to providing a flexible, supportive and diverse work environment
- Supportive and friendly organisational culture
- On-going training and development opportunities
A 12 month fixed term Intake Worker opportunity has arisen with the Centre for Non-Violence within our Therapeutic Services team.
As an Intake Worker you would be responsible for completing intake functions for people referred to the Safe Thriving and Connected, and Making It Right programs via the e-Referral system.
Working 26.6 hours per week, this Bendigo based role will hold responsibility for:
- Screening new referrals to assess eligibility, therapeutic readiness, risk and priority
- Completing and/or reviewing MARAM family violence risk assessments
- Data collection and collation, record keeping and adherence to agreed practice standards and requirements.
To be considered for this roles you will have:
- Minimum of Diploma level qualification in social work, community services, or a Health or Social Sciences related field such as Psychology, Family Therapy, Counselling or related discipline. Completion of, or working towards a degree level qualification or higher is desirable.
- Knowledge and understanding of family violence within a gendered, feminist structure and men’s use of violence against women and its impact on children and adolescents and a demonstrated commitment to the rights and safety and empowerment of victims of family violence.
- Demonstrated ability to complete intake functions and assess therapeutic readiness and suitability of referrals for children, young people and families referred for therapeutic support.
- An understanding of the complexity of the service system and the issues involved in providing services to statutory and non-statutory clients.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
For more information visit our website or phone People and Culture on (03) 5430 3000.
Employment with CNV is subject to a satisfactory WWC clearance and criminal record history check prior to commencement of employment.
CNV is an equal opportunity employer.