- Job posted on: 30th Jul 2020
- Applications close:
Quantum Support Services strives to positively improve lives within the Gippsand Community. At Quantum you will be joining a team of dedicated, likeminded people who want to prevent homelessness, ensure women and children are safe from violence and youth have security and place to call home.
Quantum Support Services has a strong values based culture and offers its employees many benefits including salary packaging, annual salary indexation, employee assistance program and training and development opportunities.
The purpose of the ABC program is to provide the skills, tools and strategies in a group environment, encouraging young people to build positive connections with their families and the broader community.
The delivery of the program includes a case support/management component to adolescents who use violence in the home or are at risk of using violence in the home. Operating under a trauma informed framework, you will provide information and resources to educate and promote understanding of the impacts and effects of family violence.
Are you experienced in the delivery of group work in the youth or community sector? Do you have a passion for and comprehensive understanding of the impacts of family violence and developmental trauma on adolescents? Do you have the skills to work with high risk and difficult behaviours? Are you an excellent communicator with great interpersonal skills that can be used to work effectively with adolescents and their families?
For further information in relation to this position, Mitchell Burney on 5120 2000.
Quantum believes the celebration of diversity makes us and the community stronger. We are committed to embracing everyone’s individual differences so that we can help create a strong workplace and community that is empowered to reach its potential. We celebrate diversity of gender, sexuality and spiritual or religious belief along with all cultural backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Quantum recognises that we all have diverse life experiences that may be influenced by age, ability, social and financial status. Quantum support everyone’s right to feel respected, safe, welcome and valued.
To be eligible for appointment to this position you must undergo a satisfactory National Police Records Check and an international criminal history check if you have resided continuously in an overseas country for 12 months or more in the last 10 years; and hold a valid Working with Children Check and hold a current Victorian drivers licence.
A position description is attached.