Careers at the Centre for Non-Violence

Our vision at the Centre for Non-Violence is for gender and social equality in a violence-free world.

Behind that vision is our dedicated, motivated, and passionate team which provides specialist family violence programs and services to women and children experiencing family violence and men who use violence in the family. CNV is guided by a feminist philosophy and follows the principles of respect, cooperation, social justice, empowerment, and transparent and inclusive practices.

If you are seeking a meaningful career and would like to join our values-driven team, view the Career Opportunities.

Career Opportunities

Staff  Benefits

  • Above award wages
  • EAP for staff and families
  • Flexible work arrangements
  • Weekly fruit deliveries
 
 

Staff  Benefits Include

Salary packaging up to $15,860 and above award wages and conditions

Generous leave entitlements including cultural, pandemic, and above award sick leave

12 weeks paid parental lave after one year of service

Additional one week bonus leave annually

Full ergonomic WFH work station provided

Ongoing learning and development opportunities

Flexible work arrangements

Weekly fruit deliveries

Purchase leave available

Active wellbeing program led by staff for staff

Access to an Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Culture of inclusiveness, support and respect

Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

CNV strives to be an inclusive, safe, and responsive organisation that promotes diversity and actively supports inclusion for people and communities identifying as, but not limited to:

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

  • LGBTQI+

  • People with disabilities

  • People from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds

  • People of all ages

  • People with caring responsibilities

  • People with diverse religious beliefs or affiliations.

All CNV employees, contractors and volunteers:

  • Take reasonable care to respect differences, to foster a workplace that is safe, healthy, positive, supportive, and free from all forms of harassment, bullying and discrimination

  • Undertake all interactions with clients, families and co-workers in a culturally sensitive manner and take appropriate account of cultural and linguistic diversity

  • Address any unacceptable behaviour witnessed or experienced within the workplace directly with the individual/s responsible, if safe to do so or report to a relevant Supervisor or Manager

  • Participate and contribute in training, events and learning opportunities to celebrate differences, increase awareness and understanding of diversity and inclusion

  • Raise concerns and/or complaints in a constructive manner, including identifying possible solutions.

Reconciliation Action Plan & Cultural Safety Plan

CNV recognises the important and unique contribution Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees make by bringing their unique skills, knowledge, and experience to the workplace. They also contribute important insight into how CNV can provide for and engage with Indigenous clients and communities more effectively.

Our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) and Cultural Safety Plan outlines CNV’s commitment to leading and facilitating sustainable employment, training, retention, and career development opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders people.