The Adolescent & Family Sexual Assault Counsellor provides counselling for adolescents aged 12 to 18 years and their family members either individually or together. The role also involves co-facilitating groups with parents of adolescents and young people. We operate from a client-centred, strengths-based, trauma-informed model with a focus on supporting families to remain connected, increase safety and developing strategies which promote resilience.
The Microfinance Learning & Development Coordinator will actively engage with providers to build provider capacity and will focus on developing and delivering training programs primarily across SA/NT. In addition, this role will support the national training program, to upskill both the community sector workers and the clients in terms of financial literacy, resilience and capability.
The RISE Adolescent & Family Support Practitioner facilitates strengths-based, trauma-informed interventions to build capacity, develop connection and increase resilience for the young person and their family. The RISE Adolescent & Family Support Practitioner works closely with education, other support services, NSW Police and DCJ to achieve holistic support for the family.
The Client Experience (CX) Designer will support the design function to ensure client voice and experience informs program and services using human-centred design and participatory co-design methodologies. The CX Designer will also support the organisation to deliver client engagement activities.
The Strength-to-Strength Program is a client-centred trauma informed therapeutic response for children and their mothers who are victim survivors of family violence, which includes therapeutic services delivered via outreach and through centre-based sessions.
The interventions target children and their mothers from diverse populations, with the aim of strengthening therapeutic responses and Improving outcomes while building evidence about effective practice approaches for responding to victim survivors.
The Wellbeing Coordinator combines coordination components with hands on support (health, social, emotional and transport support), to guarantee a streamlined, cohesive approach to healthy ageing and wellbeing for the Sisters of Good Shepherd in Western Australia.
The Personal Safety Initiative (PSI) aims to assist victim survivors leaving family violence to remain in their homes with additional safety measures. This is a statewide initiative that enables consistent access to safety and security responses for victim survivors across Victoria. PSI forms a key part of the Victorian Government’s response to and focus on family violence. The PSI coordinator will provide high-quality consultation to case managers considering a PSI response for their clients. This role will review safety audits and provide recommendations for safety measures based on the risk assessment and risk management plan in place for the victim survivor.
The Specialist Family Violence Case Manager supports women and young people who have experienced family violence and entered refuge, crisis accommodation, Transitional Housing Models (THM's) and Good Shepherd properties.The Case manager delivers high quality client-centered short term intensive case management, as part of an integrated team response, working closely with the therapeutic practitioners and support workers to address identified goals.
The Family Violence After Hour Crisis Response Worker supports the Family Violence Program by delivering material aid support to women and children who are experiencing family violence across the Bayside Peninsula Region. The responses will be to locations within the region and may include motels, police stations, hospitals or other locations.
Be part of an integrated team within the Support and Safety hub, providing women, families and young people with coordinated access to the information and support they require to be safe, strong and connected.
The Family Services Case Manager will work within the Brimbank Melton based Integrated Family Services (IFS) team. The IFS team promotes the healthy functioning of children, young people and families through a range of educational, developmental, social and support services. The team assists and supports parents to develop, maintain and strengthen the safety, stability, development and wellbeing of their children and family.