- Job posted on: 27th Nov 2019
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The Homelessness and Justice and Family Services Division (HJ&FS) division supports young people, adults and families to achieve stable, secure and appropriate housing arrangements and delivers and supports innovative justice solutions promoting opportunities for rehabilitation which contribute to reducing in the community.
Specifically, the division comprises of three conceptual domains:
The Out of the Dark Family Violence program is one of the Justice programs that supports women in prison. The Out of the Dark program is a psycho-educational group program developed to address family violence issues for women in custody.
The Out of the Dark program has been delivered by MCM since 2009 at the Dame Phyllis Frost Centre and Tarrengower women’s prison. Corrections Victoria have recently approved a ministerial grant for the program to be run until June 2020.
The Facilitator of the Out of the Dark Family Violence Group will assist in the delivery of the program to groups of women either on remand or sentenced at the Dame Phyllis Frost Centre and at Tarrengower Prison.
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We offer a competitive remuneration package including an attractive salary, access to tax-effective salary packaging arrangements and supportive work/life balance provisions. MCM recognises the importance of investing in the training, learning and development of our employees.