Team Leader (Counselling)

Do you have the leadership skills and expertise in counselling to guide a dedicated team toward positive change?  If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you!

Domestic Violence Action Centre (Toowoomba) is seeking a dynamic and compassionate Team Leader (Counselling) to join our Leadership team.  Join us in our vision to reduce the prevalence and impact of gender based violence in our communities. It is expected the successful applicant would be available to start in the role early December 2023.

Apply Now! Email your current CV and Selection Criteria responses (located on PD below) to Liz by Monday 23rd October 2023. All enquires regarding the role can be sent to Service Manager

Team Leader (Counselling) PD


Family Counsellor

Our Ipswich office is currently recruiting for a Family Counsellor.  This role is a permanent 0.7FTE – 52.5 hours per fortnight.

The Family Counsellor:

  • Will primarily provide counselling and support to mothers and their children or young people who are experiencing or have experienced domestic and family violence
  • Will engage in short-medium term family counselling and/or group work with women, children, and young people whilst also providing limited general services to women who are the primary caregiver of the child/young person

Apply now if you are dedicated to empowering survivors of domestic violence and fostering an environment of healing, support, and growth.  To learn more about the role and key responsibilities please click on the Position Description below.  Please forward a current Resume and Cover Letter outlining your interest and qualifications for the role using the PD as a guide Applications will be shortlisted as received.

Please note: We thank you in advance for your interest and application. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. (No agencies please)


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