The Centre for Non-Violence (CNV) is a leading and innovative specialist Family Violence organisation based in the Loddon area, with a vision of gender and social equality for all. CNV is an inclusive child safe organisation, committed to achieving diversity in our service response and workforce. 

Our Programs and Services Division delivers a range of programs to the community including domestic violence outreach services for women and children experiencing family violence and/or homelessness; counselling for women and children experiencing family violence; young women’s housing programs; programs for men who use violence towards family members including men’s behaviour change group programs and case management. 

The Men’s Behaviour Change Program Worker is a full-time ongoing position within the Intervention Programs team, providing individual treatment sessions, case management and programs for men who would like to change their behaviour, with the purpose of increasing the safety of family members. 

Based at our Bendigo office, with other work across the region as required, the hours of this role will be flexible to accommodate after-hours group facilitation.  

To be considered for these positions you will have:  

  • A relevant tertiary qualification in social work, psychology, counselling /or a related field.  

  • A graduate diploma or graduate certificate qualification in men’s family violence. 

  • Completed Victorian Risk Assessment and Risk Management Framework Training (Multiagency Risk Assessment and Management – MARAM).  

  • 100 hours of experience facilitating men’s behaviour change groups. 

  • Experience conducting intake and assessment interviews with men. 

  • Experience facilitating group programs. 

  • Experience providing case management and counselling services. 

  • Sound understanding of issues underpinning family violence and its effects on women and children’s lives. 

Application Process 
For consideration, applicants will need to address the key selection criteria contained within the position description, available on our website at www.cnv.org.au.  

For more information visit our website or phone People and Culture on (03) 5430 3000. 

Employment with CNV is subject to a satisfactory WWC clearance and criminal record history check prior to commencement of employment. 

Applications for this position will be assessed as received. If we identify a suitable applicant prior to the posted closing date for this role we may close this position sooner, so we encourage to you apply as soon as possible. 

CNV Benefits 

  • An inclusive child safe organisation, committed to achieving diversity in our services and workforce.  

  • An equal opportunity employer. 

  • Attractive salary packaging, can earn up to $15,860 tax free. 

  • Above award wages and generous EBA conditions. 

  • Excellent work/life balance, with a commitment to providing a flexible, supportive and diverse working environment.  

  • Supportive and friendly organisational culture. 

  • On-going training and development opportunities. 

CNV is an equal opportunity employer.