We have a number of vacancies for passionate Therapeutic Clinicians to join the Safe, Thriving & Connected Program across our Consortium. As a Therapeutic Clinican you will deliver a range of trauma informed, evidence based flexible individual and group interventions for children, young people and adults who have experienced family violence.
Safe, Thriving & Connected has been developed and will be delivered by the Loddon Gender Equality and Violence Prevention Consortium (the Consortium), who have a long history in working in partnership and are experienced service providers in the delivery of integrated and coordinated specialist family violence services and system responses across the Loddon area.
- Centre for Non Violence (lead agency);
- Annie North Women’s Refuge and Domestic Violence Service;
- Women’s Health Loddon Mallee;
- Centre Against Sexual Assault Central Victoria; and
- Cobaw Community Health.
To be considered for these roles you will have a Bachelor degree level or higher qualification in a Health or Social Sciences related field such as Psychology, Social Work, Family Therapy, Counselling or related discipline, along with;
- A demonstrated understanding of feminist practice and its application in responding to the gendered nature of violence against women and its impact on children and young people
- Demonstrated ability to provide direct service in the clinical assessment of and therapeutic service response to infants, children, young people and families, and to comply with service delivery requirements
- An understanding of the complexity of the service system and the issues involved in providing services to statutory and non-statutory clients, with the ability to work in a complicated environment
- Ability to provide secondary consultation and advice to non-clinical staff, including parents, health, education and statutory services
- Demonstrated ability to collect and collate data and provide written reports and complete administration tasks related to the delivery of the program
- Demonstrated understanding of and respect for the needs of people with a disability, those from a culturally and linguistically diverse background and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, particularly in relation to cultural safety and awareness
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
For more information on these roles and to view the full Position Description go to our website: https://www.cnv.org.au/safe-thriving-connected-therapeutic-program