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Overview

  • Full time or Part time 0.8 FE, Permanent Ongoing
  • SCHADS Level 7, $104,926.44 (pro rata for part time) + Super +Salary packaging (up to $17,000 tax free) & gifted leave
  • Based in Bayside Peninsula, VIC

 

A Risk Assessment and Management Panel (RAMP) is a formally convened meeting of several key agencies and organisations at a local level.

RAMPs are regularly convened to comprehensively and collaboratively assess the risk and safety of highest risk victims of family violence, and to develop coordinated action plans for participating agencies to keep women and children safe, and to increase perpetrator accountability.  The RAMP Coordinator will facilitate, coordinate and manage referrals to the program, in addition to negotiating, developing and maintaining all aspects of the panel and reviewing its outcomes.

Please apply as soon as possible, applications will be considered as they are received. Submit a short covering letter outlining your relevant skills and experience along with your CV through SEEK

Responsibilities

  • Work within the statewide RAMP guidelines and processes set out by DFFH, Family Safety Victoria and Safe and Equal
  • Facilitate, Monitor, review and respond to all referrals to the Bayside Peninsula RAMP • Foster and maintain collaborative and professional working relationships with all RAMP stakeholders
  • Work collaboratively and cohesively with RAMP co-chairs to ensure the effective management and running of the Bayside Peninsula RAMP.
  • Support RAMP Core members to be prepared for RAMP meetings, review actions, access RISS and complete training, where necessary.
  • Ensure that up to date and accurate RAMP records are kept at all times and recorded in RISS
  • Provide secondary consults on high risk cases to specialist practitioners/agencies

Qualifications and Experience

  • Expert knowledge and experience working in specialist family violence services and understanding the key drivers of violence against women
  • Sound knowledge of the MARAM Framework and Information sharing (FVISS/CISS) schemes and experience in embedding these as practice across a diverse workforce
  • High level verbal and written communication skills that enables effectives and appropriate communication with a range of stakeholders
  • Knowledge of cultural safety requirements and ability to develop cultural safety action plans with clients when required
  • Ability to positively contribute to consultation processes, communities of practice, reflective practice and continuous improvement processes
  • Bachelor’s Degree in social work, Psychology, welfare or another related field
  • Minimum two years’ experience in the family violence field
  • Experience in working within the MARAM and Information Sharing frameworks
  • Demonstrated experience in fostering and managing multiagency relationships

Position Description

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Salary Packaging

Development & Learning Opportunities

Paid Parental Leave

Paid Study Leave

Long Service Leave

Flexible Working Arrangements

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Please apply as soon as possible, applications are considered as they are received.