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Therapeutic Clinician - Bendigo / Echuca / Kyneton

Centre for Non Violence

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.

Consortium Members

  • 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

How to apply

Go to our website https://www.cnv.org.au/safe-thriving-connected-therapeutic-program to view all role, location and organisation information.

To be considered for shortlisting and an interview, applications must include the following:

  • Covering letter, to be considered for multiple roles please indicate your preferences in your cover letter;
  • Each Key Selection Criteria must be addressed, and it is essential that the information you provide is clear, concise and most importantly relevant, so that the selection panel can readily assess your application. You will need to demonstrate that you have the necessary knowledge, experience and qualifications to successfully carry out the duties of the position;
    • Current Resume; and
    • The names and contact details of three professional referees, ideally one should be from your supervisor and your most recent employer.

Applications for these vacancies will be processed as received and first round will be held late February. To be considered for first round interviews applications to be received by Friday 21st February. For more information about these roles call Karen, People and Culture Manager, CNV on 54303000

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