Vacancies

DVAC values diversity and is committed to creating a workplace where all employees can be their true self every day. We are a child safe and an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourage candidates from wide-ranging backgrounds, identities and experiences to apply.

 

Male Men’s Behaviour Intervention Co-Facilitator

At DVAC, our mission is clear: to reduce the prevalence and impact of gender-based violence in our communities. We are committed to working collaboratively with individuals and communities to eliminate, prevent, and respond to domestic and family violence, and sexual violence. Our approach is holistic, focusing not only on providing support services but also on challenging the social norms and structures that perpetuate violence.

WHY JOIN DVAC?

  • Meaningful Work: As a Male Men’s Behaviour Intervention Co-Facilitator, you will play a crucial role in guiding men to critically reflect on their behavior in intimate partner relationships. By prioritizing women and children’s safety, you will contribute directly to creating safer families and communities.
  • Diverse and Inclusive Culture: DVAC embraces diversity and encourages individuals from all backgrounds, including Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, those with disabilities, people from different cultural backgrounds, and members of the LGBTQ+ community, to join our team.
  • Professional Growth: You will have the opportunity to enhance your skills and knowledge in gender-based violence risk assessment, trauma-informed practice, safety planning, crisis support, advocacy, and case management.
  • Fulfilling Collaboration: You will work alongside a dedicated team of professionals who share your passion for ending gender-based violence. Together, we will make a real difference in the lives of survivors and their families.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Service Delivery:

  • Guide men to critically reflect on their behavior, attitudes, and beliefs in intimate partner relationships.
  • Work collaboratively with the Female Behaviour Intervention Facilitator to deliver the Positive Choices, Safer Families Intervention program.
  • Identify and communicate risks during group sessions, ensuring the safety of all participants.

Organizational Responsibilities:

  • Meet reporting obligations of Men’s Behaviour Intervention Program promptly.
  • Deliver inclusive and culturally sensitive services to clients.
  • Represent organization at community events, enhancing program visibility.
  • Adhere to established accountability systems and professional standards.
  • Work within Domestic and Family Violence Services Practice Principles.
  • Comply with Perpetrator Intervention Services Requirements for effective intervention and rehabilitation.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications in the human services field.
  • Intermediate Facilitator experience and qualifications as outlined in Perpetrator Intervention Services Requirements.
  • Strong experience and skills in gender-based violence risk assessment, trauma-informed practice, crisis support, advocacy, and case management.
  • Current driver’s licence, Blue Card and National Police Check upon successful offer.

BENEFITS & PERKS

  • Competitive remuneration package reflecting dedication and expertise.
  • Access to professional development opportunities and supervision.
  • Comprehensive employee assistance program for personal and professional support.
  • Salary sacrifice packaging options available.
  • Opportunity to join a cohesive team dedicated to championing feminist principles.

JOIN OUR TEAM

If you are passionate about creating positive change and believe in the ability of perpetrators to change their behavior, we want to hear from you! Apply now to be part of a dynamic team dedicated to ending gender-based violence and creating safer communities.

HOW TO APPLY

Please submit your Resume and Cover letter to hr@dvac.org.au

Applications will be assessed with interviews being conducted as they are received so do not delay in applying!

PLEASE NO AGENCY ENQUIRIES 

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Domestic & Family Violence Specialist (Toowoomba) & (Ipswich)

ABOUT THE ROLE

As a DFV Specialist, you will have the chance to apply your extensive knowledge of domestic, family, or sexual violence issues. This includes conducting thorough risk assessments, creating safety plans, offering crisis support, advocating for clients, and providing information and referrals to other services. You will also provide trauma-informed support tailored to each client’s specific needs.

In addition, this role requires you to participate in case coordination and management, utilizing excellent communication skills for negotiation, advocacy, and conflict resolution. You will provide a flexible service, including off-site visits for clients in regional areas, is crucial. This role requires working independently, ethically, and with minimal guidance when necessary. You will also assess women’s eligibility for Safety Upgrades brokerage, conduct home safety audits, and collaborate with various departments and community services.

QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS & REQUIREMENTS

  • Possession of relevant tertiary qualifications in the human services field
  • Experience and skills in gender-based violence risk assessment, safety planning, crisis support, domestic and family violence and sexual violence counselling, system advocacy and case management is preferred
  • Working knowledge of or the ability to acquire understanding of the Domestic & Family Violence Protection Act 2012 and knowledge of court and legislative proceedings as they relate to the Act
  • Working knowledge of or the ability to acquire understanding of the Child Protection Act 1999 Qld
  • All DVAC staff are required to complete a National Police Check upon successful offer of position
  • Current driver’s license
  • Current Blue Card (working with children check)
  • All DVAC staff are required to complete a National Police Check upon successful offer of position.
  • Ability to work within the philosophy, objectives and policies of the organisation including Working within a feminist framework, Working as a member of the staff team & Utilising consultative and collaborative processes

BENEFITS & PERKS  

  • Competitive remuneration package reflecting dedication and expertise.
  • Access to professional development opportunities and supervision.
  • Comprehensive employee assistance program for personal and professional support.
  • Salary sacrifice packaging options available.
  • Opportunity to join a cohesive team dedicated to championing feminist principles.

SELECTION CRITERIA 

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Demonstrated experience working with individuals and families affected by domestic and family violence.

Knowledge of Domestic and Family Violence:

  • In-depth understanding of domestic and family violence dynamics, including power and control dynamics, trauma-informed care, and intersectionality.
  • Familiarity with relevant legislation, policies, and services related to domestic and family violence.

Case Management Skills:

  • Proven ability to conduct comprehensive risk assessments and safety planning.
  • Experience in developing and implementing client-cantered case plans in collaboration with clients and relevant stakeholders.

Crisis Intervention and Support:

  • Strong crisis intervention skills, including de-escalation techniques and providing immediate support to clients in crisis.
  • Ability to provide trauma-informed counselling and emotional support to clients experiencing domestic and family violence.

Advocacy and Collaboration:

  • Demonstrated ability to advocate for clients’ rights and access to services within the legal, health, and social service systems.

Cultural Competence:

  • Sensitivity to and understanding of cultural diversity, including the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, culturally and linguistically diverse communities, and other marginalized groups.

Communication and Documentation:

  • Strong documentation skills, with the ability to maintain accurate and confidential client records in accordance with organisational policies and legal requirements.

Applicants are encouraged to address each selection criterion individually and provide specific examples from their professional experience to demonstrate their suitability for the role of Domestic & Family Violence Specialist (Toowoomba) with the Domestic Violence Action Centre

HOW TO APPLY

Please submit your Resume and Selection criteria to hr@dvac.org.au

Applications will be assessed with interviews being conducted as they are received so do not delay in applying!

PLEASE NO AGENCY ENQUIRIES 

D&FV Specialist – Position Description

Sexual Violence Counsellor (Toowoomba)

The Domestic Violence Actions Centre (DVAC) is currently hiring 2 passionate Sexual Violence Counsellor’s to join the Toowoomba team.

ABOUT THE ROLE

In this position, your main responsibilities will include providing specialized counselling to individuals and families who have been affected by domestic and/or sexual violence. This will involve offering trauma-informed support and guidance to both adults and children who have experienced or are currently experiencing these types of abuse. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to facilitate group therapy sessions for those who have been impacted by domestic violence and sexual violence.

Another important aspect of this role is case coordination and management, where you will be involved in ensuring that clients receive the necessary support and resources. You will also be responsible for reporting any risk management issues that may arise, prioritizing the safety and well-being of the clients. Furthermore, you may be required to provide services in schools, specifically focusing on assisting women, children, and young people who have experienced domestic and sexual violence. Collaboration with other service providers and maintaining effective communication with colleagues within the organisation will also be essential. Finally, you will be responsible for minor financial tasks and administrative duties related to the program, ensuring that all activities are carried out within the allocated budget.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications in psychology, social work, or counselling.
  • Extensive experience and proficiency in providing counselling and therapeutic support to survivors of sexual violence.
  • Skills and knowledge to deliver trauma-informed services effectively.
  • Ability to provide culturally sensitive, gender-responsive, and age-appropriate support.
  • Familiarity with feminist practice and its practical application in addressing domestic and sexual violence.
  • Expertise in gender-based violence risk assessment, trauma-informed practice, safety planning, crisis support, and system advocacy.
  • Possession of a current driver’s license and Blue Card.
  • Completion of a National Police Check upon receiving a job offer.
  • Working understanding of the Domestic & Family Violence Protection Act 2012 and relevant court proceedings.

BENEFITS & PERKS  

  • Competitive remuneration package reflecting dedication and expertise.
  • Access to professional development opportunities and supervision.
  • Comprehensive employee assistance program for personal and professional support.
  • Salary sacrifice packaging options available.
  • Opportunity to join a cohesive team dedicated to championing feminist principles.

SELECTION CRITERIA

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Extensive experience working in a counselling capacity, preferably with survivors of sexual violence or trauma.

Specialist Knowledge:

  • Comprehensive understanding of sexual violence dynamics, including the psychological, emotional, and social impacts on survivors.
  • Familiarity with trauma-informed care principles and evidence-based therapeutic interventions for survivors of sexual violence.

Crisis Intervention and Support:

  • Proven ability to provide immediate crisis intervention and emotional support to survivors of sexual violence.
  • Experience in conducting comprehensive risk assessments and safety planning to ensure the well-being and safety of survivors.

Trauma-Informed Counselling:

  • Demonstrated expertise in providing trauma-informed counselling to survivors of sexual violence, including individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Ability to create a safe and supportive therapeutic environment conducive to healing and empowerment.

Advocacy and Collaboration:

  • Strong advocacy skills to support survivors in navigating legal, medical, and social service systems.

Cultural Competence:

  • Sensitivity to and understanding of cultural diversity, including the needs of diverse communities, LGBTQIA+ individuals, and other marginalized groups.
  • Ability to provide culturally responsive counselling services that respect the unique experiences and identities of survivors.

Communication and Documentation:

  • Proficient in maintaining accurate and confidential client records in accordance with organisational policies and legal requirements.

Applicants are encouraged to address each selection criterion individually and provide specific examples from their professional experience to demonstrate their suitability for the role of Sexual Violence Counsellor (Toowoomba) with the Domestic Violence Action Centre

HOW TO APPLY

Please submit your Resume and Selection criteria to hr@dvac.org.au

Applications will be assessed with interviews being conducted as they are received so do not delay in applying!

PLEASE NO AGENCY ENQUIRIES 

Sexual Violence Counsellor PD

Sexual Violence Counsellor (Ipswich)

ABOUT THE ROLE

In this position, your main responsibilities will include providing specialized counselling to individuals and families who have been affected by domestic and/or sexual violence. This will involve offering trauma-informed support and guidance to both adults and children who have experienced or are currently experiencing these types of abuse. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to facilitate group therapy sessions for those who have been impacted by domestic violence and sexual violence.

Another important aspect of this role is case coordination and management, where you will be involved in ensuring that clients receive the necessary support and resources. You will also be responsible for reporting any risk management issues that may arise, prioritizing the safety and well-being of the clients. Furthermore, you may be required to provide services in schools, specifically focusing on assisting women, children, and young people who have experienced domestic and sexual violence. Collaboration with other service providers and maintaining effective communication with colleagues within the organisation will also be essential. Finally, you will be responsible for minor financial tasks and administrative duties related to the program, ensuring that all activities are carried out within the allocated budget.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE 

  • Possession of relevant tertiary qualifications in the psychology, social work, or counselling field
  • Well-developed experience and skills in counselling and therapeutic support for individuals who have experience sexual violence
  • Knowledge and skills to ensure the provision of trauma informed services to clients
  • Knowledge and skills to ensure the provision of culturally, gender and age-appropriate services to clients
  • Knowledge regarding feminist practice and its application in working against both domestic & family violence, and sexual violence
  • Experience and skills in gender-based violence risk assessment, trauma informed practice, safety planning, crisis support and system advocacy
  • Current driver’s licence and Blue Card
  • All DVAC staff are required to complete a National Police Check upon successful offer of position.
  • Working knowledge of the Domestic & Family Violence Protection Act 2012 and knowledge of court and legislative proceedings as they relate to the Act
  • If you are the right fit for this role, please submit your application and cover letter via Seek – applications will be assessed as received.

BENEFITS & PERKS  

  • Competitive remuneration package reflecting dedication and expertise.
  • Access to professional development opportunities and supervision.
  • Comprehensive employee assistance program for personal and professional support.
  • Salary sacrifice packaging options available.
  • Opportunity to join a cohesive team dedicated to championing feminist principles.

SELECTION CRITERIA

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Extensive experience working in a counselling capacity, preferably with survivors of sexual violence or trauma.

Specialist Knowledge:

  • Comprehensive understanding of sexual violence dynamics, including the psychological, emotional, and social impacts on survivors.
  • Familiarity with trauma-informed care principles and evidence-based therapeutic interventions for survivors of sexual violence.

Crisis Intervention and Support:

  • Proven ability to provide immediate crisis intervention and emotional support to survivors of sexual violence.
  • Experience in conducting comprehensive risk assessments and safety planning to ensure the well-being and safety of survivors.

Trauma-Informed Counselling:

  • Demonstrated expertise in providing trauma-informed counselling to survivors of sexual violence, including individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Ability to create a safe and supportive therapeutic environment conducive to healing and empowerment.

Advocacy and Collaboration:

  • Strong advocacy skills to support survivors in navigating legal, medical, and social service systems.

Cultural Competence:

  • Sensitivity to and understanding of cultural diversity, including the needs of diverse communities, LGBTQIA+ individuals, and other marginalized groups.
  • Ability to provide culturally responsive counselling services that respect the unique experiences and identities of survivors.

Communication and Documentation:

  • Proficient in maintaining accurate and confidential client records in accordance with organisational policies and legal requirements.

Applicants are encouraged to address each selection criterion individually and provide specific examples from their professional experience to demonstrate their suitability for the role of Sexual Violence Counsellor (Ipswich) with the Domestic Violence Action Centre

HOW TO APPLY

Please submit your Resume and Selection criteria to hr@dvac.org.au

Applications will be assessed with interviews being conducted as they are received so do not delay in applying!

PLEASE NO AGENCY ENQUIRIES 

PD Sexual Violence Counsellor

Family Counsellor (Toowoomba)

ABOUT THE ROLE

In this position, you will provide expert counselling services to women and their children who have been affected by domestic and family violence. Your responsibilities will include case coordination and management, assessing risk factors, delivering services in schools, collaborating with other service providers, conducting risk assessments and safety planning, and providing crisis support and advocacy.

Additionally, you will work closely with other team members to ensure the appropriate support and access for clients. You will also be responsible for managing minor financial delegations and undertaking administrative duties related to service delivery and data collection.

QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS & REQUIREMENTS

  • Possession of relevant tertiary qualifications in the psychology, social work, or counselling field
  • Current driver’s licence, Blue Card
  • National Police Check upon successful offer of position.
  • Working knowledge of or the ability to acquire understanding of the Domestic & Family Violence Protection Act 2012 and knowledge of court and legislative proceedings as they relate to the Act (Desirable)
  • Well-developed experience and skills in counselling and therapeutic support
  • Knowledge and skills to ensure the provision of trauma informed services to clients.
  • Knowledge and skills to ensure the provision of culturally, gender and age-appropriate services to clients.
  • Ability to work within the philosophy, objectives and policies of the organisation including Working within a feminist framework, Working as a member of the staff team & Utilising consultative and collaborative processes

BENEFITS & PERKS  

  • Competitive remuneration package reflecting dedication and expertise.
  • Access to professional development opportunities and supervision.
  • Comprehensive employee assistance program for personal and professional support.
  • Salary sacrifice packaging options available.
  • Opportunity to join a cohesive team dedicated to championing feminist principles.

SELECTION CRITERIA

Counselling Expertise:

  • Demonstrated experience in providing counselling and support services to individuals, couples, and families impacted by domestic and family violence.
  • Knowledge of trauma-informed counselling principles and evidence-based therapeutic techniques for addressing the complex needs of families experiencing violence.

Family-Cantered Approach:

  • Ability to engage with families in a respectful, non-judgmental, and empowering manner, recognizing the diverse dynamics and cultural backgrounds of clients.
  • Experience in facilitating family therapy sessions, promoting communication, conflict resolution, and safety planning within family units.

Crisis Intervention and Risk Management:

  • Proficiency in conducting risk assessments and safety planning with families experiencing domestic violence, including assessing the safety of children and vulnerable family members.
  • Demonstrated ability to respond effectively to crisis situations, providing immediate support and connecting families with appropriate resources and services.

Collaborative Practice:

  • Strong teamwork and collaboration skills, with the ability to work closely with multidisciplinary teams, including counsellors, case managers, legal advocates, and community support workers.
  • Experience in liaising with external agencies and stakeholders, such as child protection services, police, schools, and healthcare providers, to coordinate holistic support for families.

Psychoeducation and Skill-Building:

  • Experience in delivering psychoeducation sessions and skill-building workshops to families on topics such as healthy relationships, conflict resolution, parenting strategies, and coping mechanisms.
  • Ability to empower families with knowledge and tools to navigate the impacts of domestic violence, strengthen protective factors, and foster resilience.

Cultural Competence and Diversity:

  • Commitment to cultural competence and diversity in counselling practice, including awareness of intersectional issues related to gender, ethnicity, age, sexuality, disability, and socio-economic status.
  • Capacity to adapt counselling approaches to meet the unique needs and preferences of diverse families, respecting their cultural beliefs, values, and traditions.

Documentation and Record-Keeping:

  • Strong organizational skills, with the ability to maintain accurate and confidential client records, progress notes, and case documentation in compliance with professional standards and privacy regulations.
  • Proficiency in utilizing case management systems and electronic databases to record client information and monitor service delivery outcomes.

Applicants should provide examples from their professional experience that demonstrate their proficiency in each criterion, particularly in the context of providing family counselling within a domestic violence support setting.

HOW TO APPLY

Please submit your Resume and Selection criteria to hr@dvac.org.au

Applications will be assessed with interviews being conducted as they are received so do not delay in applying!

PLEASE NO AGENCY ENQUIRIES 

PD Family Counsellor

Senior Sexual Violence Specialist (Ipswich)

ABOUT THE ROLE

The Senior SASV Specialist is ultimately accountable to the Team Leaders, though will also report to the Manager, CEO and the Board as the employing body. The Senior SASV Specialist will comply with the established processes for ensuring the transparency of all decisions and actions taken in the course of the work. The Senior SASV Specialist will also be accountable to the staff team and the clients of the service, and lead practice excellence to make meaningful changes in the lives of people we support. The Senior SASV Specialist will also demonstrate an open and willing approach to the resolution of work-related matters.

QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS & REQUIREMENTS 

  • Possession of relevant tertiary qualifications in the human services field
  • Experience and skills in mentorship & leadership
  • Experience and skills in gender-based violence risk assessment, safety planning, crisis support, domestic and family violence and sexual violence counselling, system advocacy and case management is preferred
  • Working knowledge of or the ability to acquire understanding of the Domestic & Family Violence Protection Act 2012 and knowledge of court and legislative proceedings as they relate to the Act
  • Working knowledge of or the ability to acquire understanding of the Child Protection Act 1999 QLD
  • Current Queensland driver’s license
  • Current Blue Card  (QLD working with children check)
  • All DVAC staff are required to complete a National Police Check upon successful offer of position.
  • Ability to work within the philosophy, objectives and policies of the organisation including: Working within a feminist framework, Working as a member of the staff team & utilizing consultative and collaborative processes

SELECTION CRITERIA

Expertise in Sexual Violence Support:

  • Extensive experience in providing trauma-informed counselling and advocacy services to individuals impacted by sexual violence, including survivors of sexual assault, abuse, and harassment.
  • Advanced knowledge of the dynamics and impacts of sexual violence, as well as best practices for supporting survivors through crisis intervention, trauma recovery, and empowerment-based approaches.

Leadership and Supervision:

  • Demonstrated leadership skills, including experience in supervising, and mentoring junior staff, volunteers, or peer support workers within a sexual violence support service.
  • Ability to provide clinical supervision, case consultation, and peer debriefing to enhance the professional development and well-being of team members working with survivors of sexual violence.

Program Development and Management:

  • Proven ability to develop, implement, and evaluate programs and initiatives aimed at preventing sexual violence, promoting survivor-cantered services, and enhancing community awareness and education.
  • Experience in project management, including planning, budgeting, reporting, and stakeholder engagement for sexual violence prevention and response initiatives.

Collaborative Partnerships:

  • Strong networking and partnership-building skills, with the ability to engage effectively with multidisciplinary teams, community organizations, government agencies, and stakeholders involved in sexual violence prevention and response efforts.
  • Experience in facilitating cross-sectoral collaborations, advocating for policy changes, and representing the organization in relevant forums and working groups.

Advocacy and Systemic Change:

  • Commitment to advocating for the rights and needs of survivors of sexual violence at individual, community, and systemic levels, including addressing barriers to accessing support services, legal protections, and societal attitudes.
  • Ability to contribute to policy development, law reform, and social justice initiatives aimed at preventing sexual violence, promoting survivor rights, and holding perpetrators accountable.

Cultural Competence and Inclusivity:

  • Cultural competence and sensitivity in working with diverse populations, including Indigenous communities, LGBTQIA+ individuals, people with disabilities, and culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) groups affected by sexual violence.
  • Capacity to integrate intersectional perspectives and anti-oppressive principles into service delivery, ensuring that support services are accessible, inclusive, and responsive to the diverse needs of survivors.

Professional Development and Ethics:

  • Commitment to ongoing professional development, continuous learning, and adherence to ethical standards and codes of conduct relevant to sexual violence support work, including confidentiality, informed consent, and boundaries.
  • Willingness to engage in reflective practice, supervision, and self-care strategies to maintain resilience and well-being while working with survivors of sexual violence.

Applicants should provide detailed examples from their professional experience that demonstrate their proficiency in each criterion, particularly in the context of providing senior leadership within a sexual violence support service.

BENEFITS & PERKS  

  • Competitive remuneration package reflecting dedication and expertise.
  • Access to professional development opportunities and supervision.
  • Comprehensive employee assistance program for personal and professional support.
  • Salary sacrifice packaging options available.
  • Opportunity to join a cohesive team dedicated to championing feminist principles.

HOW TO APPLY

Please submit your Resume and Selection criteria to hr@dvac.org.au

Applications will be assessed with interviews being conducted as they are received so do not delay in applying!

PLEASE NO AGENCY ENQUIRIES 

PD Senior SASV Specialist

 

Youth Sexual Violence & Family Counsellor (Toowoomba)

The Domestic Violence Action Centre (DVAC) is currently in search of a dedicated Youth Sexual Violence & Family counsellor to join our Toowoomba team. This full-time position offers a fixed term of 6 months, providing a unique opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children and young individuals affected by domestic and sexual violence in Toowoomba and the surrounding areas.

ABOUT THE ROLE

Join us as a dedicated Youth Sexual Violence & Family Counsellor, where you will provide specialised counselling services to individuals and families affected by domestic and sexual violence. Your responsibilities will include offering trauma-informed therapy to adults and children over 12 years old who have experienced or are currently experiencing such violence.

You will also lead group therapy sessions for adults, children, and young people impacted by domestic and sexual violence, creating a supportive and healing environment for all. Our flexible service includes off-site visits to homes and schools in regional areas, ensuring that everyone in need can access the support they require. This role requires independent, ethical, and guided work, allowing you to make a meaningful impact on those who need it most.

QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS & REQUIREMENTS

  • Possession of relevant tertiary qualifications in the human services field
  • Experience and skills in gender-based violence risk assessment, safety planning, crisis support, domestic and family violence and sexual violence counselling, system advocacy and case management is preferred.
  • Working knowledge of or the ability to acquire understanding of the Domestic & Family Violence Protection Act 2012 and knowledge of court and legislative proceedings as they relate to the Act
  • Working knowledge of or the ability to acquire understanding of the Child Protection Act 1999 QLD
  • Current Queensland driver’s license (Learners license not permitted)
  • Current Blue Card (Queensland issued working with children check)
  • All DVAC staff are required to complete a National Police Check upon successful offer of position.
  • Ability to work within the philosophy, objectives and policies of the organisation including. Working within a feminist framework, Working as a member of the staff team & Utilizing consultative and collaborative processes

BENEFITS & PERKS  

  • Get rewarded for your hard work and dedication with a competitive remuneration package and a generous EBA.
  • Achieve a better work-life balance with additional board leave.
  • Enhance your skills and well-being with access to a professional development budget, supervision, and a comprehensive employee assistance program available 24/7.
  • Take advantage of salary sacrifice packaging options.
  • Join a tight-knit team that embraces and champions feminist principles, fostering a supportive and inclusive work environment.

HOW TO APPLY 

Please submit your Resume and Selection criteria to hr@dvac.org.au

Applications will be assessed with interviews being conducted as they are received so do not delay in applying!

PLEASE NO AGENCY ENQUIRIES 

Equal Employment Opportunities: DVAC is committed to diversity in our workplaces. We encourage people who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, have a disability, come from different cultural backgrounds and the LGBTQ+ community to work in our organisation.

 

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