The Senior Manager, Family Violence Intervention Programs will lead a team of professionals to deliver quality family violence services to the community, in line with the Centre for Non-Violence Inc. (CNV)’s strategic plan and feminist philosophy.
This full-time role will be responsible for 
developing and implementing a range of CNV’s family violence response services and overseeing all Intervention Programs service delivery to ensure it is delivered consistent with CNV philosophies, frameworks and strategic objectives.  

Program oversight includes:

  • Family Violence Case Management.
  • Men’s Behaviour Change programs and perpetrator case management.
  • Therapeutic Services.
  • Personal Safety Initiative.
  • Family Violence Child Protection Partnership.
  • Loddon Mallee Housing Network.
  • Flexible brokerage oversight.

Responsibilities include:

  • Working with the Executive Manager, Programs and Services (P&S), and the management team, to achieve the organisational vision and strategic goals and to deliver quality services to the community. 
  • Develop, co-ordinates and implement CNV family violence response services and oversee all Intervention Programs service delivery.
  • Engage with individuals and teams ensuring organisational accountabilities, standards, systems and professional development of team members are met with a strong focus on quality and risk. 
  • Support the development and maintenance of strategic partnerships that support positive outcomes for services users and the broader community.  

To be considered for this role you will have the following:

  • Relevant tertiary qualification in social work, psychology and/or a related behavioural sciences field.
  • At least five years’ experience in the community services sector or a related area including client service delivery and groupwork.
  • Extensive experience in supervising staff in direct services and experience in leading and influencing others to achieve positive outcomes in service delivery and collaborative work environments.
  • An understanding of and support for the feminist philosophy of CNV.
  • Ability to clearly convey complex information, including concepts and ideas that influence and stimulate quality outcomes.

Application Process

For consideration, applicants must address the key selection criteria contained within the position description, and employment will be subject to a satisfactory WWC clearance and criminal record history check prior to commencement.
For consideration, applicants must follow the application process, outlined on our website https://www.cnv.org.au/job-application-process

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.

Benefits of working with CNV include:

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

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. For more information about this role please contact People and Culture on (03) 5430 3000