re you interested in working with the Centre for Non Violence Inc (CNV)? Working at CNV 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 & social equality.
The CNV was established in 1990 and has worked for more than two decades in the provision of support services for women and children experiencing family violence and at risk of homelessness. Since that time, our service has grown and we deliver a range of services for women and children experiencing violence; programs for men who use violence towards women and children including men’s behaviour change programs, enhanced intake and case management; a young women’s housing program for young women aged 15 to 25 who are pregnant and/or parenting. CNV also auspices the Family Violence Regional Integration Co-ordinator and the Loddon Mallee Homelessness Network.
CNV is also active in various violence prevention and community education and engagement activities, including our award-winning program “Solving the Jigsaw”, widely known for its work with school communities to eliminate bullying, harassment and violence and to build a culture of well-being through equipping young students with positive life skills and constructive attitudes.
CNV is also the lead agency for the regional Integrated Family Violence Consortium that is funded to deliver the full suite of services for women and children experiencing family violence, and programs for men who use violence towards family members.
Since late 2007, CNV has had an Employee Collective Agreement with its staff, which allows both negotiated salary packaging and flexible working arrangements. Benefits of working with CNV;
- Attractive salary packaging, can earn up to $15,860 tax free
- Above award wages and generous ECA conditions
- Excellent work/life balance
- Supportive and friendly organisational culture
- On-going training and development opportunities
Client Services Program Worker: CSW_PD_2017
This vacancy closes at 5pm on Monday the 23rd January 2017