Emma House

Careers at Emma House Domestic Violence Services

Emma House Domestic Violence Services is a feminist organisation, which culturally aligns to feminist values and practices and prides itself on being an employer committed to equal opportunity, diversity and social inclusion. Emma House strives to create a workplace environment that focuses on flexibility and building the skills, capacity and opportunity for our employees.

Emma House actively values and promotes diversity, and is committed to being inclusive and respectful to all. We welcome applications from women who are Aboriginal, members of the LGBTIQ+ community, from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and women of all abilities.

Working at Emma House can be very rewarding and you will work with great people who all have the same goal – to change the culture of violence in our community and achieve gender and social equality. We offer ongoing training and development opportunities, generous salary packaging benefits and flexible working arrangements.

 

Emma House is currently seeking a Team Leader Case Management – 1.0 eft 

An exciting opportunity has arisen through a newly created position within our Case Management Team.

The Case Management Team Leader is responsible for providing practice leadership on risk assessment, risk management and planning for family violence, and providing expert advice to staff in relation to complex family violence cases and perpetrator interventions. The Case Management Team Leader will proactively build specialist evidence-based family violence knowledge and capability across the workforce and provide supervision and support to staff in the Case Management Team.

Please click on the position description link below for more information on this position.

Case Management Team Leader

For more information on this role contact Cristie Brian on cristie@emmahouse.org.au or 5561 1934.

Applications should be emailed to hr@emmahouse.org.au by the 31st of October.

 

Emma House is currently seeking a Hub Practitioner at The Orange Door Heywood- 1.0 eft 

The Hub Practitioner is the first point of contact for victim/survivors at The Orange Door. The role conducts risk and needs assessments, utilising established frameworks, and requires a high level of professional judgement.

A solid understanding is required of the principles and practices relevant to the Family Violence sector, including the underpinning societal structures that perpetuate gender inequity and contributors to the ongoing disempowerment of women and children.

Please click on the position description link below for more information on this position.

TOD Hub Practitioner – Heywood

For more information on this role contact Cristie Brian on cristie@emmahouse.org.au or 5561 1934.

Applications should be emailed to hr@emmahouse.org.au.

 

Emma House is currently seeking a Team Leader at The Orange Door – 1.0 eft 

The Orange Door is the first point of contact for victim/survivors of family Violence.

The Team Leader – Orange Door will provide day to day coordination, supervision, practice oversight and support to a team of skilled Family Violence, Child Wellbeing and Men’s Family Violence staff within the South West Orange Door. They will provide oversight of the screening, triage, assessment and response to referrals in relation to the risk and safety to victim survivors, concerns for a child’s wellbeing and development, and keeping perpetrators accountable and in view.

The role requires having knowledge and experience leading teams in a clinical setting, as well as the capability to embed integrated practice and quality clinical practice.

Please click on the position description link below for more information on this position.

 Team Leader – The Orange Door 

For more information on this role contact Cristie Brian on cristie@emmahouse.org.au or 5561 1934.

Applications should be emailed to hr@emmahouse.org.au.

 

Emma House is currently seeking board members

Emma House is looking people with governance and/or clinical experience to join our board of management, with applications for three roles now open. Emma House actively values and promotes diversity, and is committed to being inclusive and respectful to all.

We welcome applications from people who identify as Aboriginal, members of the LGBTIQ+ community, from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and people of all abilities.
As a board member, you’ll be joining a group of passionate people who are dedicated to ensuring Emma House continues its essential work helping women and children experiencing family violence.

We are particularly seeking people who have experience in governance in a Community Service Organisation or in the health and human services sector, but would encourage anyone who shares our passion for an equitable and safe society for woman and their children to contact us.

For more information please contact our Board Chair Gabrielle Toscan on council@emmahouse.org.au or 0409 159 428

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