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Family Violence Case Manager

  • Rewarding opportunity
  • Full time fixed term (31 December 2018)


To succeed in this position, you will require tertiary qualifications in Social Work, Human Services (Welfare), Community Development or related discipline with relevant working experience.

You will be able to demonstrate understanding of the issues involved in working with women from a CALD background.

You will have a demonstrated contemporary knowledge in crisis intervention and feminist practice frameworks and how this is utilised to understand and respond to the gendered nature of violence against women.

You will be fluent in a language other than English.

Preferred languages include: Cantonese, Mandarin, Thai, Cambodian and Filipino.

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Family Violence Trainer/Capacity Building Officer

Part time(up to 0.8 FTE) fixed term (June 2018) with possibility of extension
Level 5/6 SCHADS classification dependent upon experience

inTouch is currently seeking applications from suitably qualified persons, with experience working in the Family  Violence/ CALD space.

If you are looking  for a role in an organisation that reflects its values and promotes team development and collaboration, and is working at the heart of current reform then this role will tick the boxes.

Your role will develop and provide training, and other capacity building opportunities and resources. With the view to increasing family violence specialist and the broader service sector workers to work in a culturally responsive way in a family violence context. Your success in the role  will be supported with opportunities for professional development and networking across the industry.

Applicants from CALD backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Previous applicants need not apply.

For any queries about the position please contact our Capacity Building Coordinator, Liz Alexander, on 03 9413 6528.

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Manager, Corporate Services

As part of the executive team you will support the CEO, contribute to strategy and lead a small corporate services team across HR, Finance and ITC.
As part of a collegiate executive team you will develop and implement strategies for corporate services and develop a performance and risk framework. You will work on a range of projects that improve the operations of the business and will also manage procurement, contract management and budget reporting.

Skills Required
• Corporate services experience; HR, Finance and/or ITC
• Proven ability successfully developing and implementing strategy
• Experience in the NFP sector or community organisations
• Preferably some knowledge of the family violence system
• Strong leadership and management skills
• Excellent communication and stakeholder management skills

If you want to join Australia’s Multicultural Centre against Family Violence please apply by forwarding your cover letter and resume in MS Word format to quoting reference #34090 or contact Emma Adams on 83194090 for more information.

Human Resources Manager (0.6 FTE)

As Human Resource Manager you will provide high level advice and coaching to the organisation’s executive team, managers, team leaders and employees.
You will manage the employee life cycle from induction and will build processes that monitor and review staff performance. You will support Managers to improve their people management capability and work on a range of HR projects, policy development and implementation.

Skills Required
• Experience working as a HR Manager in the NFP sector
• Knowledge of awards and enterprise agreements
• Management of the employee life cycles
• Knowledge of human resource strategies and policies
• Experience dealing with employee relations issues
• Mentoring, supervising and developing teams

If you want to join Australia’s Multicultural Centre against Family Violence please apply by forwarding your cover letter and resume in MS Word format to quoting reference #34090 or contact Emma Adams on 83194090 for more information.

Project Officer (0.8 FTE)

Contract – till June 2018.

The Project Officer will be responsible for a number of activities that support the work of the organisation, this includes establishing inTouch’s Victim-Survivors Advisory Group, establishing and launching the Suni and Marli Foundation and launching the inTouch Scholarship Grant Program. Other duties will also be included as required that match the incumbent’s skills, abilities and classification.

Skills required

  • Project management qualifications and / or demonstrated experience
  • Strong organizational skills – ability to work on multiple projects with competing demands
  • A self-starter with lots of initiative able to work independently without close supervision
  • Well established communication skills – ability to engage a wide range of audiences utilizing different medium’s including written and presentation skills
  • Experience working with refugee and migrant women
  • Experience in developing positive relationships with a wide range of key government, non-government and community stakeholders;

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