This leading organisation provides support to families experiencing Domestic Family Violence through refuge and culturally appropriate support programs tailored to the needs of the individuals and families.
With a clear strategic plan, they continue to expand their services to meet the growing needs of the community including all forms of gender based violence.
The Practice Development Lead position is a critical role to the business responsible for the implementation of best practice service modelling within the organisation that integrates critical reflection with evidence-based practice.
Responsibilities will include:
- Lead the agency through the development of an integrated service model, underpinned by a philosophical approach and therapeutic framework
- Responsible for implementing the Trauma-Informed Care Practice
- Contribute to the development of fee for service models
- Deliver consultation and focus groups with internal stakeholders, including Managers, Clinical Supervisors and Practitioners regarding the proposed DFV practice framework
- Align practices, systems and processes to encourage improved performance and outcomes
- Remain abreast of contemporary best practice frameworks with regard to DFV clinical practice and clinical supervision
This is a pivotal role within the agency and to be successful in the role you must enjoy being part of a dynamic, agile and fast paced organisation and have:
- Tertiary qualifications in Psychology, Counselling, Social Work or other relevant disciplines
- Experience researching and developing practice frameworks and practice guidelines
- Understanding of Project Management principles and application of relevant tools
- Evidence based knowledge on DFV practice
- Knowledge of best practice in DFV and risk assessment and management
- Ability to build effective partnerships whilst leading and enabling change
To register your interest, please send your resume and cover letter to Heidi Gamble via the links provided or call 08 6242 0311.
All applications and inquiries are treated with the highest level of confidentiality.