- Job posted on: 14th Apr 2021
- Applications close:
Morwell, part time, fixed term
At Latrobe Community Health Service you’ll be part of a positive and passionate workplace. We’re dedicated to providing you with career opportunities through work that is rewarding and meaningful within the community.
We are looking for a passionate communications professional who is looking to grow and further develop their career with an organisation dedicated to giving back to the community.
The Specialist Family Violence Access, Intake & Assessment Worker role is based within the support and safety hubs known as The Orange Door and helps women, children and young people experiencing family violence, and families who need support with the wellbeing and development of their children. This position helps connect people directly to services and provides a coordinated response to a range of different needs, and where required a whole-of –family violence response including holding perpetrators to account.
Reporting to the Manager Behavioural Health Programs, this role undertakes client screening, assessment, crisis responses, service planning, targeted interventions, allocation and referrals. The position is based at The Orange Door, Inner Gippsland Support and Safety Hub (Morwell), however may require outreach to other sub regional locations.
For more information please contact Paula Gibb, Manager Behavioural Health Programs on1800 242 696.
For more information about the recruitment process, please contact Lachlan Crampton via email@example.com, using the subject line: Specialist Family Violence Access, Intake & Assessment Worker - Morwell enquiry via EthicalJobs, or 5136 5309
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We are an equal opportunity employer and therefore, we will consider all qualified applicants for employment. We are partnered with Job Access and pledged to Soldier On. We are a diverse and inclusive workplace. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and identities, LGBTIQ+ people, people with a lived experience of disability and service personnel and their families to name a few. We will make reasonable adjustments when required. We are a child safe organisation. Successful applicants will be required to obtain a satisfactory security clearance and an Employee Working with Children Check before we can make any offer of employment.