West Connect Domestic Violence Services provides refuge (including crisis and transitional accommodation and support) for ALL women and children - single, older, Aboriginal, lesbian or transgender - who are suffering domestic violence or relationship abuse in the Rooty Hill area. Call (02) 4732 2318 for assistance.
Help stop violence against women - your donation to West Connect Domestic Violence Services will enable us to continue our support of emotionally, physically and verbally abused women and children in the Penrith, Blue Mountains/Katoomba, Blacktown/Rooty Hill and Hawkesbury areas.

Thank you for your interest in a career with West Connect Domestic Violence Services. Positions for which we are currently recruiting are advertised below.

(For Volunteer interest, please see the Programs & Events page.)

Please note, if you are interested in other roles, you may wish to submit your resume for future reference. In that case, please forward it along with your current contact details, to: info@wcdvs.org.au

You will be contacted if a position for which you may be eligible to apply becomes available.

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Practice Manager

Part Time (28 Hours Per Week), 12 Month Contract

The Practice Manager is responsible for promoting quality practice across West Connect Domestic Violence services to improve the outcomes of the women and children we support in our crisis accommodation, transitional housing and outreach services.

The position will be responsible for the maintenance and development of policies and practices within the organisation, to support the organisation’s values and industry standards. The Practice Manager will also provide support to the CEO and the wider organisation in HR activities.

The position is for 28 hours a week with a 12-month contract with the possibility for extension and includes generous salary packaging

For full position description, please click: 2019.Practice Manager Job Description

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Residential & Community Support Worker

2 Positions available

35 Hours Full Time

To be female is a genuine requirement for these positions under (Section 31 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977)

ABOUT THE POSITION:

We are seeking an enthusiastic woman to join our dynamic team.  The position requires a worker with previous casework experience and skills to assess and prioritise the safety and well-being of women and children through all stages and elements of case planning.  The successful applicant will be required to work from a feminist strength based framework with an ability to provide a trauma informed approach to case management.

For full position description, please click: 2019 WCDVS R&CS Worker x 2

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