- Job posted on: 9th Apr 2021
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Currently a Case Manager or Senior Case Manager in the community services/ family violence sector looking for a larger role?
Do you want to be part of the leadership team with the largest provider of family violence refuge/crisis accommodation in Victoria?
Come and work for a growing, dynamic and progressive organization seeking to enhance safety, support and pathways to safety for those escaping family violence.
Safe Futures Foundation is a not-for-profit Specialist Family Violence Organisation that provides refuge/crisis accommodation to women and children escaping family violence. We have been responding to family violence and changing people’s stories for over 40 years. Safe Futures is the largest provider of refuge/crisis accommodation in Victoria with three core and cluster refuges, 15 crisis properties and nomination rights to 35 Transitional Houses.
Safe Futures Foundation is committed to the principles of cultural safety and inclusion of all individuals from diverse backgrounds and to the safety and inclusion of individuals with a disability
The Foundation supports women and children experiencing homelessness from family violence, providing refuge and crisis accommodation, risk assessment and case management support and outreach case management support to clients in transitional properties and/or private rental.
The Senior Case Manager has responsibility for leading the day-to-day operations of the Maroondah Refuge and case management and outreach programs as well as being involved in and establishing operational procedures. This includes the design and implementation of the service within a feminist framework and ensuring compliance with MARAM and family violence frameworks. The role is expected to meet a range of outcomes and deliverables which align with the Safe Futures Strategic Plan and assist the organisation to achieve its business goals and build a strong and sustainable organisation.
The Senior Case Manager is responsible for the delivery of case management support to women and their children in crisis and transitional accommodation experiencing family and domestic violence, including management of referrals, risk assessment, safety plans, comprehensive needs assessments, case plans, exit plans, advocacy and referral to other relevant services. Further, the Senior Case Manager will oversee the response to intake and referral service and provision of emergency accommodation services and after-hours support.
The successful candidate will need to have the following:
These roles are full-time ongoing, and will be rostered on an extended hours roster between 9am - 8pm Monday to Friday, with the expectation of on-call rostering.
The salary is Level 6 of the SCHADS award and the role commences ASAP. Benefits include RDO and salary packaging.
For further information, please see the position description attached.