- Job posted on: 19th Feb 2020
- Applications close:
Do you have a passion for working with an organisation that wants to make a difference in reducing the impact of family and domestic violence and that will support and encourage you?
Are you looking for a role where you can apply your expertise to a cause you are passionate about and where you can make a real and lasting difference?
The Patricia Giles Centre (PGC) operates in Perth, Western Australia and offers safe crisis accommodation and counselling services for women and children affected by family and domestic violence (FDV).
We are committed to working in a culturally sensitive and non-discriminatory way, respecting all differences and diversity.
Our reputation is driven by our ability to provide high quality, sustainable services to clients accessing our programs and services. In addition to the provision of accommodation, the agency ensures timely and effective provision of advocacy, referral information, and support to women and their children seeking relief from the impact of FDV.
Our Vision – Safe Lives. Safe Futures
Our Mission – Building a strong community, free from FDV
Our Values – We are client focussed, innovative and courageous in our approach.
This means we:
As a member of the Counselling team, this position is be responsible for the provision of effective, high quality, culturally sensitive, individual counselling and group programs for children who have experienced trauma through FDV.
To be considered for this exciting position you will need:
We are seeking people who are passionate about making a difference; who see opportunities where others see barriers; who are open to new ways of thinking; who value genuine long-lasting relationships; and who are agile, courageous and believe in opportunity for all.
In return, we'll give you opportunities to learn and evolve as part of a growing and vital organisation. We'll give you the chance to make a genuine difference in your community.
People from CALD, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds are encouraged to apply.