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Support and Safety Hub Practitioner - Bayside Peninsula Support and Safety Hub (Multiple New Positions Available)

Support and Safety Hub Practitioner
Bayside Peninsula Support and Safety Hub

Organisation: The Salvation Army
Location: Frankston
Work type: Full time position – 38 hours per week - Fixed Term to 30/6/2019
Social, Community, Home Care & Disability Industry Award 2010
Social & Community Services Stream – Level 5 pay point 3 

An exciting opportunity:

  • To be involved in the roll out of one of the first 5 Support and Safety Hub launch sites across the state
  • To be part of a multi-disciplinary team of practitioners that are working towards improving outcomes for women, children and families
  • To join an established community organisation dedicated to providing best practice services for women and children experiencing family violence.
  • To access generous salary packaging arrangements available.

About the role:

Employed by The Salvation Army Crisis Services Networks – Family Violence service within the Hub network, the Support and Safety Hub Practitioner will work as part of a multidisciplinary team of practitioners to deliver high quality, safe and effective responses to Victorian women, children and families seeking support and safety through the Hub, and keep the perpetrator in view.

The Hub practitioner will assess the risk and needs of women and children, families, and perpetrators. This will draw on the expertise of different practitioners in a multi-disciplinary team with specialists in family violence, child and family services and perpetrator/men’s services

The Support and Safety Hub Practitioner will report to the Hub Team Leader on a day-to-day basis with formal line management and supervision provided by the Salvation Army Family Violence Services. They will also receive support and guidance from the Hub Practice Leaders.

The Practitioner we require for this role will have;

·Relevant qualification(s) in social work, welfare, psychology or a related discipline

  • A knowledge and understanding of the drivers/causes of family violence and child and family vulnerability, as well as the child and family services.

Please note that undertaking a National Police Records Check and Working With Children Check are mandatory requirements for this position.

Salvation Army Crisis Services Network is committed to workplace diversity and encourages applications from people from diverse backgrounds.

Application Process:

All applicants are required to submit a Covering Letter outlining their skills and experience relevant to this role and Curriculum Vitae via email to [email protected]

Applications should be received no later than COB Monday 30th April, 2018.

Job contact

Name: Rosie Di Giovanni

Phone: 9536 7741