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Family Violence and General Case Worker

Applications Close 19th July 2024

Family Violence and General Case Worker

Part Time

64 hours / 0.8 EFT per fortnight

Orbost Regional Health is seeking applications from individuals to join the team at ORH. This position provides family violence and general counselling services as part of the Orbost Regional Health Community Services team. This position supports the Welfare team to deliver family violence and general case management services across hospital and community settings.

Successful applicants must possess:

  • The minimum qualifications for specialist family violence practitioners
  • Capacity to deal with complex stressful and violent situations where trauma may be present.
  • Willingness to undertake further learning as required.
  • Strong awareness of personal, team and client safety and confidentiality.
  • Experience recording concise and accurate documentation in electronic record management systems.
  • Understanding of the Family Violence Multi-Agency Risk Assessment and Management (MARAM) framework.
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills to collaborate effectively within an interdisciplinary team.
  • Experience leading community awareness activities and maintaining professional linkages with external stakeholders.

Closing date for expressions of interest is: 19th July 2024

For further information, contact Nikki Brown, Director Community Health on (03) 51546635 or email:

Applications should be forwarded to:

 Human Resources Department

Orbost Regional Health

PO Box 238

Orbost 3888

Orbost Regional Health’s Organisational Values: Respect, Integrity, Compassion, Excellence, Community

ORH is an equal employment opportunity employer. We strive for an inclusive working environment for employees from a variety of backgrounds. We welcome applications from Aboriginal people, workers of all ages, people with disability, people who identify as LGBTQIA+ and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.