Senior Family Violence Practitioner, Wayss
Aboriginal Practice Lead, VACCA
Family Violence Specialist - Perpetrator services The Salvation Army
Counsellor Advocate, CASA House
The Gippsland Family Violence and Child Wellbeing Sectors offers a range of different employment opportunities. Our agencies have roles which include:
- Supporting those who are experiencing family violence, including women and children
- Supporting those who are using violence to be accountable for their behaviour and to make changes in their lives
- Therapeutic and counselling programs
- Sexual Assault counselling programs
- Legal and legal support roles
- Supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Families
- Management, Strategic and Leadership positions
- Administration and communication roles
We encourage people from different backgrounds, particularly those with lived expertise of family violence or cultural knowledge to apply.
What qualifications do I need?
Qualifications do vary, depending on the role you’re interested in.
However, as a result of the Royal Commission into Family Violence, recommendation 209 was that all Specialist Family Violence practitioners should hold a Bachelor or equivalent degree. Safe and Equal has created a tool to assist you to map your existing qualifications:Click Here
I am interested in becoming qualified to work in the sector
Gippsland offers several pathways to become qualified to work in the sector. It will depend on your previous education and qualifications as to which pathways is right for you.
We recommend you make an appointment to discuss your options at: