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The Mother Safe Child Safe Program offers a range of group work activities for women and children who have experienced, or are experience family violence. As Coordinator you will develop, facilitate and evaluate therapeutic group work programs. The position is responsible for coordinating and delivering the program across the inner south and outer south regions, and will contribute to our growing Family Violence team.
To be successful in your application you will meet the person specification in the position description, including having a relevant tertiary qualification in Social Work, Psychology or a related discipline.
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Bask Cassar – Manager, Child and Family Services South
T: (03) 8792 8999
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