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We are rapidly expanding our services and programs. We need to be able to meet the needs of culturally and linguistically diverse communities experiencing family violence.

This has created new opportunities for qualified individuals to work with us across our service including sector capacity building, community education, working with women and their children experiencing family violence, family violence recovery and perpetrator intervention programs.

Employee benefits

  • Salary packaging to reduce your tax and increase your takehome pay
  • Meals and entertainment benefit
  • Leadership development
  • Ongoing training and development through a culture of learning
  • Recognition programs
  • Staff wellness initiatives

Family Violence Case Manager

Various positions available 

Full Time – Part Time / Fixed Term till December 2021 (with a possibility of extension)

SCHADS Level 5+ 9.5% Superannuation + Salary packaging

We are seeking suitably qualified and experienced Family Violence Case Managers to join us and help make a difference in the lives of women and children experiencing family violence. Fluency in a language other than English is essential. Preferred languages include but are not limited to Hindi, Punjabi & Sinhalese.

Working in our inLanguage, inCulture model the successful applicants will undertake assessment, monitoring, planning, case management, advocacy and linking of women who are experiencing family violence with support services. The case manager will be required to work closely with staff from other agencies to ensure the clients’ needs can be addressed in an integrated manner.

For a detailed position description click here.

Application process

inTouch has an Equal Opportunity Exemption (H143/2018) and requests applications from women only.  For further information call 03 04136500 and speak to a Team Leader or email us at recruitment@intouch.org.au

To apply, send a short covering letter explaining why you are interested in this position, attach your CV and a brief document (2 pages maximum) addressing the key selection criteria. Email your application to recruitment@intouch.org.au.

There is no application close date and interviews will be held on a rolling basis, candidates are encouraged to apply at their earliest convenience.

Capacity Builder/Trainer – Sector & Community

Full Time – Part Time / Fixed Term till 30 June 2021 (with possibility of extension)

SCHADS Level 5 + 9.5% superannuation + salary packaging

We are looking for a great Family Violence all-rounder with an understanding of  the Victorian FV system, training experience and project skills. This is a great opportunity to work with FV professionals and multicultural communities in a busy and diverse team. Certificate  IV in Training and Assessment is a must, and experience in co-design a definite plus!

The incumbent will facilitate the development, delivery and evaluation of capacity building initiatives, expert advice, and advocacy. They will also contribute to a range of project work in a variety of settings.

Critical to success in the Capacity Builder/Trainer role will be delivering training predominantly focusing on culturally responsive family violence practice. Role may include some travel and weekend work.

For a detailed position description click here.

Application process

inTouch has an Equal Opportunity Exemption (H143/2018) and requests applications from women only.  For further information call 03 9413 6500 or email us at recruitment@intouch.org.au

To apply, send a short covering letter explaining why you are interested in this position, attach your CV and a brief document (2 pages maximum) addressing the key selection criteria. Email your application to recruitment@intouch.org.au.

There is no application close date and interviews will be held on a rolling basis, candidates are encouraged to apply at their earliest convenience.

Family Violence Project Worker

Part Time Р0.8 FTE until  31 March 2022 (with possibility of extension)

SCHADS Level 5 + 9.5% superannuation + salary packaging

We are seeking Family Violence Project Worker to join us and help make a difference in the lives of women and children experiencing family violence.

inTouch, in partnership with Latrobe University, is implementing a project with general practice (GP) clinics in the South East and Western suburbs of Melbourne that serve a large South Asian population. The project includes training bilingual South Asian general practitioners and their clinical colleagues to safely and confidentially identify culturally diverse, including South Asian backgrounds, women attending their practices who are experiencing family violence, and to provide them with support and confidential referral to a family violence project worker at inTouch and other appropriate services.

The role of the family violence project worker will be to assist in the training of GPs and other clinical staff in a number of practices, to support women referred from the GP practices including outreach support, to provide ad-hoc consultation with  clinicians, and to collect, record and analyse referral data. This position will work collaboratively with other programs and also provide support to other inTouch projects and initiatives as and when required.

If you have the capability to achieve success in this role, have a genuine commitment to social justice, high ethical standards and values. We would love to hear from you!

For a detailed position description click here.

Application process

inTouch has an Equal Opportunity Exemption (H143/2018) and requests applications from women only.  For further information call 03 9413 6500 or email us at recruitment@intouch.org.au

To apply, send a short covering letter explaining why you are interested in this position, attach your CV and a brief document (2 pages maximum) addressing the key selection criteria. Email your application to recruitment@intouch.org.au.

There is no application close date and interviews will be held on a rolling basis, candidates are encouraged to apply at their earliest convenience.

Student placements 

Details around the 2020 program are on hold.