Positions Vacant


Are you highly organised and a good communicator?

Be part of a growing, committed team working to end violence against women and young people

A varied role that will see you providing a range of services and work directly with clients

Generous entitlements and salary packaging available

 

HRT DOMESTIC & FAMILY VIOLENCE SPECIALIST

The Domestic Violence Action Centre has an exciting opportunity to work for a leader in prevention of domestic & family violence and sexual violence.  We offer a varied role within a multidisciplinary, High Risk Team, to provide specialist response to violence and abuse through education, advocacy and trauma informed care.  We offer training and support as well as a competitive salary.

To learn more and review all role responsibilities, please review the Position Description.  Please note, your application must include a current Resume and address all selection criteria.  Applications to be received by emailing Liz at liza@dvac.org.au by Midday on Friday 11th December 2020.

Shortlisting will commence immediately upon closing of the advertising period with interviews to be held on Monday 21st December and/or Tuesday 22nd December 2020.  Late applications will not be able to be considered.

 

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Are you recently graduated from your studies?

Would you like an opportunity to be part of a growing, committed team working to end violence against women and young people?

A varied role that will see you providing a range of services and work directly with clients

Generous entitlements and salary packaging available

 

DOMESTIC & FAMILY VIOLENCE SPECIALIST SUPPORT (GRADUATE POSITION)

The Domestic Violence Action Centre has an exciting opportunity for a recent Graduate to work for a leader in prevention of domestic & family violence and sexual violence.  We offer a varied role working in our Intake and Assessment Team supporting our specialist response to violence and abuse through crisis support, advocacy and trauma informed care.  We offer comprehensive training and support for this role as well as a competitive salary.

To learn more and review all role responsibilities, please review the Position Description.  Please note, your application must include a current Resume and address all selection criteria.  Applications to be received by emailing Liz at liza@dvac.org.au by Midday on Friday 11th December 2020.

 

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Are you passionate about working with children and young people and have experience working in the domestic and family violence sector?

Do you have a degree in Social Work/Psychology/Counselling?

We are seeking a new member for our growing and committed team who are working to end violence against women, children and young people.

 

CHILD AND YOUTH COUNSELLOR (Ipswich)

The Domestic Violence Action Centre has an exciting opportunity in our Counselling Team. The new contract position will suit someone who can work independently as part of our outreach program, who enjoys partnering with local community services and is competent in delivering individual counselling and group work to children and young people. Generous entitlements and salary packaging available

To learn more and review all role responsibilities, please review the Position Description.  Please note, your application must include a current Resume and address all selection criteria.  Applications to be received by emailing Liz at liza@dvac.org.au by midday on Friday 11th December 2020.

 

 

Volunteer Vacancies

If you are interested in talking to us about Volunteer work in either our Ipswich or Toowoomba sites please refer to the  flyer for further info:

Volunteer Court Worker (Ipswich)

Volunteer Court Worker (Toowoomba)


Expression of Interest

Should you be interested to obtain some information about becoming a member of the DVAC Board please click here to email.