10 August, 2022

Aboriginal Family Violence Cultural Healing Practitioner

Aboriginal Family Violence Cultural Healing Practitioner

‘This position is an Identified Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander position only in line with ‘special measures’ under the Equal Opportunity
Act 2010 Section 12 example 1.’

Full time – 38 hours per week

Role purpose
This is part of a multidisciplinary Family Violence team to support victim survivors experiencing or recovering from family violence. The role
of the AFV Cultural Healing Worker is to coordinate one on one and group-based cultural healing and strengthening activities designed to
improve the healing, social and emotional wellbeing, resilience and self-esteem, and to empower victim survivors and their children in their
healing journey.

What you need to apply?
• Aboriginal with cultural knowledge and experience in delivering culturally sensitive activities, and appropriate information and activities
• Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the Victorian Aboriginal Community, including the local Aboriginal community, both
society and culture and the issues impacting on it
• Demonstrated knowledge and awareness of the impact of family violence on Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people.
• Evidence of your Covid-19 Vaccination Status
• Current Working with Children’s Check and a satisfactory police check
• Driver’s license, without restriction

• SCHADS Award Level 4, $77,577 – $83,486 Annually (depending on qualifications and/or experience)
• 10.5% Superannuation with choice of fund
• Salary Packaging is a benefit of $15,900 available for Part or Full Time Employees
• Access to free and confidential Employee Assistance Program
• Professional development opportunities
• Potential for relocation allowance
• Christmas bonus day and NAIDOC day
• Laptop and mobile phone
• Where possible, flexible work arrangements