Domestic & Family Violence Specialist

We currently have a permanent full-time vacancy for a Domestic & Family Violence Specialist at our Ipswich, Women and Children’s Centre.  The DFV Specialist is required to provide holistic domestic violence response to clients who have experienced or are experiencing gender-based violence using a trauma informed, case management approach. You will work collaboratively with clients to identify current needs and develop a plan for ongoing support and referral as needed.

To learn more and review all role responsibilities, please review the Position Description on the below link.  Please email and attach a current resume and a no longer than 1-2 page EOI document expressing your interest and suitability (using PD as a guide) for the role to Liz by 9am Monday 12th December 2022.

DFV Specialist Position Description

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