Rape & Domestic Violence Services Australia is a feminist organisation with its roots in the NSW feminist movement of the early 1970s. Established in 1974 as the Sydney Rape Crisis Centre the organisation evolved to become Rape & Domestic Violence Services Australia. It is now a national organisation that provides a 24/7 telephone and online crisis counselling 365 days of the year for anyone in Australia whose life has been impacted by sexual assault, family or domestic violence. We also provide behaviour change counselling for men who have used, or are at risk of using, violence in their relationships.
Rape & Domestic Violence Services has nationally recognised Training, Research and Development Units. These Units produce and disseminate the research that informs our evidence based practice, provides training and development in working with people who have experienced trauma, offers primary prevention of sexual assault programs, and works with the provide sector in the development of their domestic violence and sexual assault policies and practices.
R&DVSA holds an exemption under the NSW Anti-Discrimination Act and only employs female staff.
Rape and Domestic Violence Services Australia (R&DVSA) is pleased to receive expressions of interest from qualified and experienced trauma specialist counsellors for a Telephone and Online Counsellor position. If you are interested in a Telephone and Online Counsellor position with R&DVSA, please send your resume to email@example.com and we will be in touch with more information.
R&DVSA is seeking applications from experienced trainers to provide excellent quality professional development programs to a range of agencies that require training provided by R&DVSA. The position of Casual Trainer will be on an as-needs basis and may require work outside of normal business hours and may require interstate travel, with travel time included.
This position requires excellent presentation and facilitation skills; knowledge of feminist practice and approaches; and knowledge and experience in applying adult learning principles. The role demands the highest levels of professionalism, ethical behaviour and an awareness of multiple factors which will influence individual participants’ responses to training and professional development events. The role will suit trauma clinicians who have expertise and experience in delivering training packages to a range of agencies.
For more information and to apply, please see the below documentation (opens in separate windows), and email a copy of your resume and completed Selection Criteria Form to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12 midnight Wednesday, 14 December 2016, Australian Eastern Daylight Time.
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