10 August, 2022

Aboriginal Family Violence Practitioner (Those who choose violence)

Aboriginal Family Violence Practitioner (Those who choose violence)

‘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
As part of a multi-disciplinary team the Aboriginal Family Violence Practitioner will primarily be responsible for short term case management
support for those who choose to use violence and will work closely with the Family Violence Team to deliver culturally safe, timely, and
flexible responses using an Aboriginal Family Violence Integrated response. Where appropriate provide secondary consultations to internal
and external stakeholders to proactively build cultural safety and competence.
The purpose of this role is to reduce violence and enhance safety through supporting those who choose to use violence to be responsible
and accountable for their violent behaviours, contribute to a “safe at home approach” (where appropriate) and to assist in engagement with
programs aimed to stop family violence and address the complex effects of violence and abuse (including Behaviour Change). Rumbalara is
funded to provide these services and funding is subject to the delivery of specified targets in performance measures.

What you need to apply?
• Tertiary qualification in social work, welfare, community development or related field, is preferred. However, applicants with significant
experience in a similar role, currently studying and/or are willing to further study for a Tertiary Degree are strongly encouraged to apply.
• Have Strong knowledge of Aboriginal culture, and self-determination
• Work collaboratively to drive cultural change
• 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

The successful applicant will be subject to reference and background checks including National Police Check.

For further information or to apply, please email: mary.dean@raclimited.com.au or visit https://rumbalara.org.au/careers/

Your application must include:

Your current resume, and a cover letter outlining the key selection criteria