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The role of the Senior Practitioner Court Intake and Assessment is to have oversight of the assessment function for the CMCOP and to contribute to the broader delivery of the CMCOP, within the Magistrates’ Court of Victoria at Shepparton.
The Senior Practitioner Court Intake and Assessment will establish and maintain close working relationships with the SFVC workforce and wider MCV staff. Through these effective relationships the Senior Practice Court Intake and Assessment will and work towards ongoing risk assessment, perpetrator risk management, perpetrator accountability, behaviour change objectives and victim survivor safety.
The role will involve regular liaison with external agencies and integrated response entities to contribute towards assessing and managing risk, including but not limited to, Victoria Police, and RAMP.
Our ideal candidate will be someone with:
If this sounds like you, find out more or apply today by uploading the below as a part of your application.
Shane Maskey, Team Leader, Men's Behaviour Change Program Shepparton
03 5831 6157
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