- Job posted on: 17th Feb 2020
- Applications close:
Cairns Regional Domestic Violence Service Inc. (CRDVS) is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to using its specialist knowledge and skills to prevent domestic and family violence in the community and to empower those affected by it.
Cairns Regional Domestic Violence Service (CRDVS) now has a rewarding opportunity for an experienced Community Education/Intake Worker to join their team in Cairns. This is a part-time role, working approximately 30 hours per week as part of a 12 month maternity leave contract.
You will be delivering quality education and training services to the community including schools, businesses, or professionals working with individuals who have experienced or witnessed domestic violence.
A key element of this role will be providing confidential and appropriate telephone and front counter information, intake and risk assessment, referrals and crisis counselling for clients as required ensuring victims in crisis receive a timely service.
For more information and the selection criteria please click 'Apply Now'.
In return for your hard work and dedication, you will be rewarded with an attractive remuneration circa $81,910 - $86,096 (pro rata), commensurate with skills and qualifications. plus super and the opportunity to increase the value of your take-home pay with salary sacrifice options. You will also receive access to a pool vehicle for all work-related travel.
If you are looking for a challenging yet meaningful and personally satisfying role, this is it. CRDVS is proud of its close-knit team culture and low staff turnover, indicative of not just how personally rewarding their work is, but also the high level of support that staff enjoy.
Staff and management are open to new ideas, so this is a perfect role for someone who enjoys the freedom to improve systems and processes to work more effectively. On top of a comprehensive induction to the organisation's services and management, you will also be supported to continue your professional development, with regular in-house and external professional supervision, study leave, training, and conferences.
This is a highly rewarding opportunity to help end domestic and family violence, prioritising the safety of women and children. Make a genuine difference - Apply Now.