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Family Violence Counsellor


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Family Violence Counsellor

Permanent Part Time - 8 hours per fortnight

Classification dependant on qualification & experience

West Gippsland Healthcare Group are seeking a Counsellor to assist in the provision of professional and evidenced based counselling and therapeutic interventions to improve the safety, emotional health, wellbeing and sense of empowerment for adults and children experiencing or recovering from family violence.

Our preferred candidate will have:

  • Degree in Social Work/Psychology
  • Further study in Family Counselling and /or Family Violence
  • Proven experience in casework, family, individual and children’s counselling
  • Understanding of the MARAM Framework.
  • A current Drivers licence is needed.

About our organisation

The West Gippsland Healthcare Group is a customer focused health organisation providing acute medical and surgical, obstetric, emergency, residential care and community health services to 45,000 people in the rural, urban residential, agricultural and industrial areas located within the Baw Baw Shire and beyond. The administrative headquarters are located at West Gippsland Hospital in Warragul, approximately 100kms east of Melbourne.

Working with us

All appointments with the West Gippsland Healthcare Group are subject to the satisfactory return of professional reference checks, a National Police Record Clearance and a current Employee Working with Children Check.
All employees must hold current entitlement to work within Australia. A six month probationary period applies to all new appointments.

Further details and how to apply

If you have any further queries, they may be directed to Meredith Davey or Kate Palmer (Community Health Managers) on 03 5624 3534.
Applications should be lodged online, including a covering letter addressing the selection criteria, resume and three current referees.

Applications close Sunday 11th April, 2021

As an inclusive employer, committed to improving diversity and equity in our workforce, we encourage applications from all parts of our community, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, LGBTI people, and people with lived experience of disability. As a Child Safe organisation, West Gippsland Healthcare Group promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children, including those with disability.