Men's Case Manager (Identified)

Job No: 159235
Location: Lilydale

  • Provide direct case management and reduce barriers to behavioural change for Aboriginal men and families
  • Ongoing professional development opportunities available
  • Attractive salary  ( SCHADS 5 ) + excellent benefits, including in-house training and ongoing professional development!

At Boorndawan William Aboriginal Healing Service (BWAHS), we are the leading specialist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander family violence service provider in the Eastern Metropolitan region of Melbourne.

Due to expansion in the organisation, we have an exciting opportunity for a Men's Case Manager to join our inclusive and supportive team in Lilydale. This is a full-time role. 

Note: Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander candidates need only apply - Equal Opportunity Act (H143/2018)

The successful applicant will provide case management and case coordination to male users of violence, using an outreach model of service delivery. Assisting Aboriginal men to use a range of Men’s Behaviour Change strategies that promote accountability and responsibility.

Core Duties:

  • Provide case management and effective case coordination using an outreach model of service delivery
  • Undertake Family Violence Risk Assessments
  • Provide ongoing analysis of safety, risk, and wellbeing
  • Make appropriate referrals and connections
  • Keep and maintain client records in line with quality assurance requirements including data collection.
  • Engage with partnered organisations, services, and stakeholders.
  • Abide by all privacy and confidentiality policies and legislation.

About You

You have an interest in providing me with opportunities for behaviour change and a commitment to creative healing opportunities for men and families.

Essential

  • Current Victorian Driver’s License
  • Current Working with Children’s Check & National Police Check (if not currently held, BWAHS will support you to obtain)

Desirable

  • Tertiary qualification or willingness to obtain one in a field relevant to the position
  • Case management experience
  • Experience working in the family violence sector or related areas would be beneficial but not essential
  • First Aid Qualification

Benefits of working with BWAHS

This is a highly rewarding opportunity to work with passionate and dedicated teams to make a genuine difference for our families and communities impacted by family violence and intergenerational trauma.

  • Remuneration: a highly attractive SCHADS Level 5 salary, commensurate with your skills and experience + optional salary packaging
  • Transport Assistance: access to a pool car booking system
  • Balance: excellent job security, work-life balance, and flexible work arrangements negotiable depending on your needs
  • Ongoing training and professional development opportunities such as Central Interest Point training, Family Violence Information Sharing Scheme training, and more.
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