- Job posted on: 2nd Mar 2021
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Domestic Violence NSW Service Management (DVSM) is a registered charity which aims to prevent and to provide support for people escaping/experiencing Domestic and Family Violence and homelessness.
DVSM provides support services in an urban context (Inner Sydney), in a suburban context (Western Sydney) and in remote rural NSW (Wilcannia).
Our vision is a world where women, families and communities live free from violence, have equal rights, opportunities, and the freedom to reach their potential. Our purpose: Building individual and community safety and wellbeing.
Our Values: A key part of working in this role is to demonstrate our values in day-to-day work. These values are: Person Centred - We listen and embrace diversity to support our clients to achieve their self-defined goals. Excellence - We exceed expectations with our professionalism and evidence-based products, programs and services. Respect - We remain open minded and nonjudgmental. Integrity - We are ethical, transparent and accountable.
As part of the Domestic Violence Service Management (DVSM) Team, you will be responsible for delivering person centred, strengths-based case management services within a Human Rights Framework.
This includes working face to face and providing Domestic and Family Violence support and information to women, support to access housing and referrals to Specialist Homelessness Services for ongoing support as needed.
The Domestic Violence After Hours (DVAHS) services operate after hours and the case management team works across a rotating roster with on call over the weekends and after hours. Other services work a standard Monday to Friday. The Case Manager works collaboratively within a team environment.
To be female is a genuine requirement for the position under Section 31 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977.
Current Driver’s Licence is a requirement.
A successful Working with Children Check (WWCC) and Federal Police check is required to be employed with DVSM.
Proven ability to work without direct supervision in outreach services.
Demonstrated understanding of the impacts of domestic and family violence.
People who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander are strongly encouraged to apply.